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Women's golf team places 7th of 16 teams

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The women's golf team faced a busy three days of golf and a full plate of familiar foes this past weekend at the Northern Invitational in Minneapolis. Going into the tournament, the invitational appeared to be a good early season indication of where the Hoosiers stand in the Big Ten, since every conference squad was present.



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Pat Knight takes new job

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Pat Knight, former assistant men's basketball coach and son of former coach Bob Knight, accepted an assistant coaching position with the University of Akron's men's basketball team. Knight will replace Saint Crawford, who is looking at another position elsewhere. Knight's official start date is Oct. 16.


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IU quarterbacks coach succumbs to lymphoma at 52

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Assistant football head coach and quarterbacks coach Pete Schmidt passed away Friday in Bloomington after battling lymphoma for almost a year. Coach Cam Cameron hired Schmidt, 52, in 1996 after serving as head coach at Albion College from 1983-1996. Schmidt was the first assistant hired by Cameron. Throughout Schmidt's illness, Cameron said he managed to visit him once a day.

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Backup goalie starts first collegiate game

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- IU fans leaned from the stands to pat Colin Rogers on his head to congratulate the junior goalkeeper for his performance in the Hoosiers' 3-2 win against Penn State.


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IU 3, Penn State 2: Men's soccer upsets No. 2 Penn State

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- On paper, the IU men's soccer team wasn't supposed to defeat the No. 2 team in the country Friday night. But in a time of seemingly bad luck, IU halted its season-long offensive woes, defensive inconsistency and received solid play from junior goalkeeper Colin Rogers in a 3-2 upset against Penn State.


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IU 45, Iowa 33: Hoosiers beat up on Iowa

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In many ways, Saturday night at Memorial Stadium unfolded like the first two games the Hoosiers lost to open the 2000 season. In the end, junior quarterback Antwaan Randle El did something he wasn\'t able to do in those first two losses.





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Volleyball team falls to Iowa, No. 6 Minnesota

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The volleyball team dropped two Big Ten games this weekend in its conference home openers. The Hoosiers are 10-4 overall and 1-3 in the Big Ten. IU fell to Iowa (7-5, 3-1) in five games Friday (5-15, 15-12, 15-9, 7-15, 6-15) and then dropped three consecutive games to No. 6 Minnesota Saturday (15-9,15-12, 15-8).


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Pat Knight accepts position at University of Akron

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Pat Knight, former assistant men's basketball coach and son of former coach Bob Knight, has accepted an assistant coaching position with the University of Akron's men's basketball team. Knight will replace Saint Crawford, who is looking at another position elsewhere. Knight's official start date is Oct. 16.


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Nittany Lions look for first win in four games against IU

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In dorm rooms, apartments and offices throughout "Happy Valley," Pa., Sept. 29 is marked on calendars as the year's biggest soccer game. The defending national champion IU men's soccer team faces No. 2 Penn State 7 p.m. today in State College, Pa.


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Hoosiers face 0-4 Hawkeyes

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There have been classic battles between the two teams in the past and there will be some in the future. But Indiana and Iowa's football programs are only focused on this weekend.



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Wide receiver leads offensive attack

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Hopkinsville High School football head coach Craig Clayton gently nudged, then slightly tugged and then finally, like a loose tooth, was able to jiggle Jerry Dorsey into playing football his senior year of high school.


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Safety making most of opportunity with IU

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The cleats aren't new. The wide receivers and defensive backs aren't given gloves to ease the pain of catching a hard-thrown football. And the meals, well, sometimes there just aren't any. Welcome to the world of junior college football.


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Hoosiers ready to stomp Spartans

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The women's soccer team gets back to Big Ten action against Michigan State (7-1-1, 2-1-0) Sunday after a non-conference match-up with in-state rivals Butler Thursday.


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Tennis player returns home

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It might have taken a year, but sophomore Zach Held said he finally feels he belongs. After spending his freshman year at the University of Michigan, the Indianapolis native transferred to IU, and is now a key member of the men's tennis team.


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Hoosiers win physical game

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The women's soccer team toyed around with Butler for most of the first half Thursday night in Bill Armstrong Stadium. With one minute left in the first half, they got down to business.