The Hoosiers hope to finish the school’s involvement with the Big Ten/Atlantic Coast Conference challenge with a win when they take on ranked Florida State at 6:30 p.m. today.
Jori Davis and Jamie Braun led IU to a 72-61 win against Charlotte on Friday. The two combined to score 45 points and lifted IU to the third-place slot of the Junkanoo Jam in Freeport, Bahamas.
For the third time in four years, IU is off to a perfect 3-0 record. Now comes Game 4, and the Hoosiers will put their unblemished record on the line against the Missouri Tigers at 2 p.m. Sunday in Assembly Hall.
IU shot lights-out during the first half of their 64-57 win against the Cincinnati Bearcats, hitting more than 50 percent of their shots from the floor. However, the second half displayed a much different and lackluster IU team. Until the last two minutes, that is.
Click here for a recap of the Live Chat with women's basketball beat reporters Ari Shifron and Candice Rohrman from IU's matchup against a tough Bearcat squad.
A team with three new starters was down by five points with two minutes left in their season opener on the road. Rather than panicking or folding the Hoosiers finished the game on a 10-1 run and pulled out a 78-74 win against Memphis at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn.
The IU women’s basketball team will travel to Memphis on Friday before returning to the friendly confines of Assembly Hall two days later for a matchup against IU-Purdue University Indianapolis – a 900-mile round-trip.
After losing a large portion of last year’s starters, the Hoosiers faced many questions at the end of the season. Who would replace the scoring and experience of players such as Amber Jackson, Kim Roberson and Whitney Thomas? Four fresh faces hope to provide that answer for the Hoosiers.
The IU women’s basketball team spent the past few weeks scrimmaging itself before its 108-54 win against Lambuth. Now, the Hoosiers get another opportunity to face themselves in today’s exhibition game against Grand Valley State.
The Lambuth University Eagles were the 2006-07 NAIA National Champions and made it to the Sweet Sixteen in the following season, but that didn’t stop the Hoosiers from dominating them in their first exhibition match Sunday.