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mamasa

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  1. mamasa

    College Bball Thread

    Down goes UK! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  2. mamasa

    College Bball Thread

    UK down 3 to Evansville w 6 minutes left Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  3. Per ESPN, 94.3% chance of winning this one, IU -22.5
  4. NOTES: Indiana Faces North Alabama on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Story Links INDIANA GAME NOTES (PDF) WATCH ONLINE LIVE STATS LISTEN LISTEN VIA TUNEIN OPENING TIP Indiana University is in its 120th season of competition in men's basketball and will host North Alabama on Tuesday. The Hoosiers are coming off an 85-74 over Portland State, while UNA beat Carver Bible College, 95-64 on Sunday. UNA also lost in their season opener at South Carolina, 77-55. A victory on Tuesday would give IU a 3-0 start for the second straight season under Coach Archie Miller. UNA is in its second year as an NCAA Division I member and plays in the Atlantic Sun Conference. GAME INFORMATION Tuesday, Nov. 12 • 7:00 p.m. Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall (17,222) Watch: BTN (Brandon Gaudin and Brian Butch) | Watch Online Radio: IU Radio Network (Don Fischer, Errek Suhr, Joe Smith | TuneIn Series History: First Regular-Season Meeting THE COACHES Indiana Coach Archie Miller begins his third season of guiding the Cream and Crimson. Last year, the Hoosiers finished 19-16 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT. He is 176-94 in eight-plus years as a head coach, which includes six years at the University of Dayton. His Flyer teams made NCAA Tournament appearances in each of his last four seasons, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 2014. He is 37-31 at IU. Tony Pujol enters his second season as men's basketball head coach at North Alabama. The former assistant coach at the University of Wyoming was hired at UNA on April 2, 2018, and has 15 years of collegiate coaching experience. As a Division II program the Lions boasted the richest collegiate men's basketball tradition in the state of Alabama with 14 NCAA Tournament appearances, 8 regional championships, five Final Fours and two national championships. NEWS & NOTES The two teams actually met in an exhibition game in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on November 4, 2007. IU won the game 121-76. The Hoosiers are shooting 54.4% from the floor and have committed just 10.5 turnovers per game. Junior Justin Smith leads the team averaging 20.0 points and is contributing 7.5 rebounds per game. He leads the team with 4 steals and 8 offensive rebounds. Junior Al Durham is not far behind averaging 19.5 points and is shooting 77.8% from the floor. He has made all seven of his free throw attempts. When IU had the ball, the Hoosiers garnered 16 offense boards to PSU's 17 defensive caroms. ODDS AND TRENDS Freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis had his first career double-double. He posted 13 points and 10 rebounds against Portland State. He is averaging 10.5 points and a team-high 8.0 rebounds. He also leads the team with 6 blocked shots. Redshirt sophomore Race Thompson had 10 points and 9 boards off the bench against PSU, both career-high's. He is second on the team averaging 7.5 boards per game. Redshirt freshman Jerome Hunter had 9 points off the bench against PSU, including 2 3FG. Redshirt junior Joey Brunk is averaging 9.5 points and 6.0 rebounds and sophomore guard Rob Phinisee is averaging 10.5 points per game and is leading the team with 10 assists.
  5. mamasa

    IU Volleyball

    Volleyball swept Rutgers on Saturday- congrats!
  6. mamasa

    IUWBB vs Nicholls St noon

    Appreciate the kind words! It got to the point of being a “Planes Trains and Automobiles” kind of day. But, we were safe, people were fantastic, I had money to cover expenses, and I got to have a Big Boy at Frisch’s!! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  7. mamasa

    IU Wrestling

    The entire Midwest has taken note of Angel and this program! Young squad and a great pipeline coming in Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  8. mamasa

    IU Wrestling

    Really kind of a shock to see CCG's post above this :( Hoosiers Continue Momentum at Journeyman, Ohio Open Story Links BLOOMINGTON, Ind.– The Indiana wrestling team had 11 athletes finish in the top three in their divisions, including four first-place finishes at the Journeyman Classic and the Ohio Intercollegiate Open on Sunday. At the Journeyman Classic Kyle Luigs, Joey Sanchez, Dillon Hoey and Greg Hagan all captured first-place finishes. Luigs pinned Zach Firestone of Rutgers in his first-place match in 1:46 to earn the top spot at 133. Joey Sanchez picked up a 21-6 technical fall and outscored his three opponents 43-13 at 157. Hoey, at 165, won by decision, 4-0 against Larry Brown of Lock Haven in his final match and Greg Hagan at 285, earned two falls and a 6-0 decision in his final match. Of the eight placers at the Journeyman Classic, each placed in the top-three and combined for an overall record of 20-4. In Cleveland, at the Ohio Open, three Indiana freshmen made the final at their respective weight classes. Cayden Rooks at 133, Nick South at 165 and Donnell Washington at 174 all finished in second-place. Journeyman Classic 125 Hudkins (3rd) 133 Luigs (1st) 157 Sanchez (1st) 165 Hoey (1st) 165 Tunon (2nd) 184 Hinz (2nd) 197 Kleimola (2nd) 285 Hagan (1st) Ohio Intercollegiate Open 133 Cayden Rooks (2nd) 165 Nick South (2nd) 174 DJ Washington (2nd) 149 Luke Baughman (5th) 197 Nick Willham (5th) Up next the Hoosiers will travel back to New York for the Black Night Invite Nov. 17 at West Point.
  9. mamasa

    IUWBB vs Nicholls St noon

    Appreciate it! Car broke down outside of Cincinnati (clutch pack, could be entire transmission, and it's a hybrid). Had to get a tow truck to get car to only mechanic open, then had to get an Uber to Cincinnati airport to get rental car, then have to get it towed back to dealer (70 miles away) to see if they'll honor a bulletin (one step short of a recall). But, if you're ever around Cleves Ohio, I absolutely cannot recommened NK&L Auto enough! They were legit the nicest people ever (bonus point, they have a Great Dane!)
  10. mamasa

    IUWBB vs Nicholls St noon

    Patberg really close to triple-double, would be first woman in IU history Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners mobile app
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    IUWBB vs Nicholls St noon

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  12. mamasa

    IUWBB vs Nicholls St noon

    Sorry for the delay, really rough weekend Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  13. mamasa

    IUWBB vs Nicholls St noon

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  14. No. 24 IU Hosts Nicholls State On Sunday Story Links GAME NOTES WATCH LIVE ($) LISTEN LIVE LIVE STATS IU Women's Basketball Tickets Quick Buy BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The opening weekend homestand continues on Sunday when Indiana hosts Nicholls State at Noon ET in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. #24/RV INDIANA (1-0) VS. NICHOLLS STATE (0-1) Sunday, November 10, 2019 • 12 p.m. ET Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall • Bloomington, Ind. Broadcast: BTN+ Radio: WHCC 105.1 FM (Greg Murray) Live Stats: Statbroadcast Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Promotion: 2019-20 Team Photo giveaway (south lobby only) ABOUT THE COACHES Indiana Nicholls State Teri Moren DoBee Plaisance Career Record: 303-196(16th Season) Career Record: 299-412 (26th Season) Indiana Record: 104-66 (6th Season) Nicholls State Record: 141-190 (11th Season) ABOUT THE COLONELS Nicholls started off their season on Tuesday night in a 71-47 loss at Rice. They were picked to finish seventh in the Southland Conference this season and return from a 2018-19 season where they finished 20-12 and played in the Women's Basketball Invitational (WBI) for their second-straight postseason berth. A trio of seniors highlight the program's returners in guards Tykeria Williams and Airi Hamilton along with forward Chrystal Ezechukwu. SERIES HISTORY First meeting NOTES Indiana opened up the season on Thursday night with a 75-52 win over Mount St. Mary's at home. Sophomore guard Grace Berger led the way with a new career-high 24 points, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals. Her 24 points were the third most in a season opener since 2003-04. Freshman forward Mackenzie Holmes also ended up in double figures in her collegiate debut with 15 points and seven rebounds while shooting 6-for-9 from the floor. They were also picked to finish third (media)/fourth (coaches) in the Big Ten preseason polls. In addition to All-Big Ten honors, redshirt junior guard Ali Patberg has pulled in a variety of nominations to national awards watch lists. The Columbus, Ind. native is one of 20 point guards on the Nancy Lieberman Award preseason watch list, a Wooden Award Preseason Top 30 candidate and is on the Women's Citizen Naismith Trophy Watch List Top 50. The Hoosiers went 21-13 overall in 2018-19 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round. They defeated five teams with Top 50 RPIs and took down two Top 15 teams for the first time since 2002- Patberg leads a group of four starters that return for the 2019-20 season. She led the way with 15.8 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game as an All-Big Ten second team selection in 2018-19. All-Big Ten picks Jaelynn Penn (13.9 ppg.) and Brenna Wise (12.0 ppg, 6.8 rpg.) are also back while junior guard Bendu Yeaney continues to rehab a torn Achilles suffered in the NCAA Tournament last season. From last season, Indiana returns 91 percent of its scoring and 72 percent of its rebounding from last season. Seven new faces were added to the roster in the offseason, including six freshmen. It's the largest class of freshmen in six years led by 2019 Indiana Miss Basketball Jorie Allen and Maine Gatorade Player of the Year Mackenzie Holmes. UP NEXT The Hoosiers wrap up the homestand on Sunday, November 17 against Jackson State. Game time is set for 2 p.m. ET. Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners mobile app
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