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Monette named to Second Team All-Big Ten

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First and Second All-Big Ten teams were announced Thursday at the Big Ten Tournament banquet. IU sophomore Samuel Monette was IU’s only player on either team, making Second Team All-Big Ten.


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Men's tennis to face No. 9 Kentucky, Wright State

The No. 22 Hoosiers will have their first home tennis match at 1 p.m. today in the Indoor Tennis Center against No. 9 Kentucky, and will follow it up against Wright State at 6 p.m. 


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IU dominates at tournament

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The No. 49 Hoosiers hosted No. 52 Missouri, Marquette and Bowling Green over the weekend in a tournament that was organized into seven singles flights and one doubles flight.


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Clash of ranked opponents pits Hoosiers against Irish

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The Hoosiers will seek to peg back a University of Notre Dame team rolling into Bloomington on a wave of momentum today as the two squads reprise their intrastate rivalry. The teams are scheduled to face each other at 2 p.m. at the IU Tennis Center.



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IU looks for first road win against Oklahoma

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Despite being competitive in its first two road matches, IU returned home empty-handed in both cases, failing to register a single point at Kentucky or Ohio State. This weekend, the team will travel to the Sooner State in search of its first away victory in a Sunday showdown with No. 19 Oklahoma.


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Hoosiers pile up wins in Orlando matches

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The Hoosiers, who debuted at No. 29 — one spot above last year’s final standing — in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association national team rankings released Tuesday, have gone 21-8 thus far at the event, with wins against opponents representing Louisville, Radford and Alabama. 


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Men’s tennis follows mantra: ‘This is our year’

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Forty-eight long years have elapsed since the team won a Big Ten Championship, but players and coaches are brimming with confidence and optimism ahead of the upcoming season, fully convinced they are capable of bringing the conference title to Bloomington.