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Women's basketball

Buckeyes best Hoosiers by 12

Indiana lost 79-67 to No. 20 Ohio State this afternoon in Bloomington. For more information about the game, visit Above the Rim

Freshman guard Ashlee Mells charges into the lane during the Hoosiers 71-65 loss to Michigan State Thursday evening at Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers face Wisconsin on the road today in Madison, Wisc..

IU can't find reasons for drop in standings


After a day off, the Hoosiers (15-8, 8-6) returned to practice Saturday in preparation for tonight’s trip to Madison to face Wisconsin (15-10, 5-9). But the Hoosiers’ four-game losing streak still weighed on their minds.

Hoosiers’ losing streak runs to 4 with OT defeat


Coming into Thursday night’s game against Michigan State, the Hoosiers were riding a season-high three-game losing streak. Unfortunately for IU, the streak was extended to four with an overtime loss.

Sophomore guard Whitney Lindsey glides toward the basket during the first half of the Hoosiers game against Michigan State Thursday night at Assembly Hall.

IU falls 71-65 in overtime to Spartans

The Hoosiers were dominated after coming from behind to send their match against Michigan State into overtime. For more coverage online, check out Above the Rim or see tomorrow's print version of the IDS.

Freshman guard Ashlee Mells splits the Illinois defense on her way to the hoop during the Hoosiers 66-59 loss to Illinois Sunday afternoon at Assembly Hall.

Hoosiers hope to break streak


Any losing streak is tough. The women’s basketball team is on a three-game one, having lost four of its last five games. IU hopes to break its longest losing streak tonight against Michigan State (17-7, 10-3) at Assembly Hall.

The IU women's basketball team huddle up to sing the IU fight song before taking the court against Wisconsin on Jan. 15 at Assembly Hall.

Hoosiers hope to best Penn State


After Sunday’s loss to Illinois, 61-52, the IU women’s basketball team will look to get back on track today. The Hoosiers (14-4, 7-2), tied for second place in the Big Ten, welcome Penn State (8-10, 3-5) 7 p.m. Thursday at Assembly Hall.

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Reshaping women’s basketball


Most coaches hate road games. However, IU women’s basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack said she doesn’t mind them.

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Big 1st half pushes IU past Wolverines


After an emotional win against your bitter in-state rival, you can go one of two ways: You can either use the victory as momentum for the next game, or you can have a letdown. Well, at least for Thursday night, the Hoosiers chose the former.

Senior Forward Whitney Thomas and Senior Guard/Forward Kim Roberson successfully prevent a Purdue offensive player from making a basket. After a very close first half, the Hoosiers won 71-57 against the Boilermakers Monday evening at Assembly Hall.

Hoosiers’ goal: Stay present


The IU women’s basketball team captured its first victory against Purdue in Assembly Hall in nearly a decade on Monday. With the win, the Hoosiers are now atop the Big Ten and off to their best start in 25 years, but they have much more they want to accomplish this season. The next step comes Thursday when IU (13-3, 6-1) travels to Ann Arbor, Mich., to take on the Wolverines (9-9, 2-5).  

IU forward Amber Jackson posts up during IU’s 64-61 win against Wisconsin on Thursday evening at Assembly Hall. Jackson had six points in the game.

Battling through change


After four years playing college basketball, senior forward Amber Jackson got to do one thing for the first time in November. She played in front of her mother.