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Sporadically grouped fans stand for the national anthem at Assembly Hall during the women's basketball game against Illinois on Thursday.

Attendance at women’s basketball games continues to lag

At IU and across the nation, the difference between men’s and women’s basketball is clear. The women’s brand of basketball lags behind in the ticket office and television ratings. Last season, IU ranked ninth in the Big Ten for average attendance at home women’s basketball games.

Senior guard Whitney Lindsay runs with the ball during Sunday's win against Nebraska at Assembly Hall.

IU seeks 4-game winning streak

The IU women’s basketball team (5-3) will try to extend a three-game winning streak at home against a 4-3  Miami (OH) squad, before leaving Bloomington for a three-game road trip.

Senior guard Jori Davis runs with the ball during IU's 67-61 win over No. 24 Nebraska on Sunday in Assembly Hall.

Women's basketball upsets No. 24 Nebraska

Sunday afternoon in Assembly Hall, the IU women’s basketball team ended No. 24/19 Nebraska's 37-game winning streak in the regular season with a 67-61 win.

Women's basketball upsets No. 24 Nebraska

The Hoosiers (5-3) rode a 40-32 rebounding advantage, including a 17-10 edge in offensive boards, and senior guard Jori Davis' 21 points to hand the Cornhuskers (6-1) their first loss of the 2010-11 campaign.

Women’s basketball defeats Clemson, 65-51

Senior guard Jori Davis and sophomore forward Aulani Sinclair scored 17 and 15 points, respectively, to lead the IU women’s basketball team to a 65-51 win against Clemson on Thursday in Clemson, S.C.

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