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Thursday, April 18
The Indiana Daily Student

Women's basketball


Hoosier Hysteria

Miller makes IU debut

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Though he was not the main attraction at Saturday night’s Hoosier Hysteria at Assembly Hall, IU women’s Coach Curt Miller had the opportunity to talk to more than 17,000 IU basketball fans.


Hoosier Hysteria

Sinclair displays leadership for young team

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For IU women’s basketball senior forward Aulani Sinclair, the free-throw mechanics have long been locked in. But as a junior last season, Sinclair shot 90.7 percent from the line, a nearly 20 percent increase from the year before.



Women's Basketball vs. Nebraska

Women's basketball Big Ten preview: part one

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This is the first of a three-part series to preview Indiana’s conference schedule, starting with its first four opponents. Part two will analyze the next four opponents, and part three the final three as well as a prediction of how IU will fare in the conference this season.





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Women's basketball coach announces staff

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The new women’s basketball leader announced the remainder of his coaching staff Friday, which includes Chris day, Brandi Poole, and Kevin Eckert. Day will serve as Miller’s associate head coach, while Poole and Eckert have been selected to be assistant coaches.



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Kaila Hulls to join women's basketball team

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IU Coach Curt Miller announced Monday that Kaila Hulls, the younger sister of men’s basketball guard Jordan, is transferring to IU and will begin taking classes this summer.







Women's Basketball vs. Illinois

Felisha Legette-Jack fired

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IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced Monday he has fired the team’s head coach, Felisha Legette-Jack.



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A history lesson for Hoosiers in Big Ten Tournament

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The IU women’s basketball team enters the Big Ten Tournament, which will take place at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, with a chance for its second conference win in three games after losing 14 straight to start the conference schedule. The No. 12 Hoosiers will face off against the No. 5 Michigan State Spartans tonight 25 minutes after the end of the 6 p.m. Minnesota vs. Wisconsin game.  Here’s a look at the Hoosiers and their history in the Big Ten Tournament.