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The Indiana Daily Student

Women's basketball loses 2nd straight game

The Hoosiers held the lead against Toledo for 37 minutes Sunday, but it was not enough to hold off Toledo in a 56-52 loss in Toledo, Ohio.



Women's Basketball Preview

IU seeks 4-game winning streak

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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.



The Indiana Daily Student

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.



The Indiana Daily Student

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.



The Indiana Daily Student

Women's basketball dominates boards in 66-56 win

Fueled by senior guard Jori Davis’ 18 second-half points, the Hoosiers gained their largest lead of the game with 5:46 remaining and were able to hold on to record their third victory of the season.


The Indiana Daily Student

Women's basketball falls to Georgia

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The Bulldogs (3-0) defeated the Hoosiers (2-2) in Athens, Ga. by a score of 84-51. IU was down early and could not seem to stop the Bulldogs’ runs throughout the rest of the game.




Women's Basketball v. St. Bonaventure

Hoosiers bounce Bonnies in home opener

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The IU women’s basketball team was able to slip past a scrappy St. Bonaventure team Monday. The Hoosiers claimed a 50-44 victory at Assembly Hall against the Bonnies.




Latvian

Freshman adapts to life, game in US

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Pack up your things. Travel across the globe to a different continent. Adapt to a different culture, language and people. Oh, and also take four years of college courses. Sound difficult? Not to freshman center Kristiana Stauere.


Womens Basketball v. Alaska

Legette-Jack coaches by example

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It’s not abnormal to see IU women’s basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack anywhere and everywhere around IU’s campus. She’s not hard to miss, decked out in red or white and giving as many high-fives as possible.