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mamasa

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mamasa last won the day on November 30 2019

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  1. mamasa

    IUWBB vs Ohio State - 2/16/20 @ 2:00

    1 point game Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IUWBB vs Ohio State - 2/16/20 @ 2:00

    Holmes is hurt, no bueno Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Wrestling

    24-11 final! Congrats!! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Water Polo

    IU over Villanova today 16-3! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Wrestling

    18-8 Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Wrestling

    IU up 11-8 Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Men's Tennis

    IU hopes to make a racquet (hahahahahahahahaha) tomorrow against UCSB @ 11:30 and Xavier @ 5 pm, in Bloomington. Good luck!
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    IU Women's Tennis

    Hoosiers On The Road to Match Up Against Cornell, Yale Story Links BLOOMINGTON, Ind.– The Indiana women's tennis team is on the road this week as they travel to the east coast for matches against Cornell and Yale. The Schedule Saturday February 15 Indiana at Cornell 11:00 a.m. | West Point, N.Y. Sunday February 16 Indiana at Yale 11:00 a.m. | New Haven, Conn. Last Time Out for the Hoosiers Last time out the Hoosiers split matches against No. 20 Tennessee and Eastern Michigan. After coming up short in the match against Tennessee, the Hoosiers rebounded in a big way for a 7-0 sweep of Eastern Michigan. Back at Home The Hoosiers will be back at home next when they host Cincinnati and Ball State on February 23 at the IU Tennis Center. A Look at the Stats The Hoosiers have seven different seven with five or more singles wins on the season, led by Michelle McKamey with 10 wins. In doubles Michelle McKamey and Lexi Kubas have combined for an 8-1 record and Annabelle Andrinopoulos and Jelly Bozovic are a combined 10-4 on the season.
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    IU Wrestling

    Senior Day Sunday for Indiana Wrestling Story Links BLOOMINGTON, Ind.– The Indiana wrestling team will honor their senior class and wrestle for the final time in Wilkinson Hall this season on Sunday when they take on SIU-Edwardsville at 1:00 p.m. Sunday February 16 Indiana vs. SIUE 1:00 PM ET | Bloomington, Ind. Wilkinson Hall (1151 E 17th Street) Free admission Senior Day Ceremony Be sure to get to Wilkinson Hall early as the senior day ceremony will take place prior to the start of the dual. The Series The Hoosiers are 29-7 all-time against SIUE and have won the last 26 matches in the series. Rooks + Cronin Liam Cronin and Graham Rooks have been racking up the wins for the Hoosiers lately. The duo has combined to win 12 of their last 14 matches overall. Over that stretch they have outscored their opponents by a combined 71-36. Rooks Earns Big Ten Wrestler of the Week Again On January 21, redshirt freshman Graham Rooks was named the Big Ten Wrestler of the Week. Rooks had taken down ranked opponents in his last two Big Ten matches and is currently ranked No. 14 by InterMat and No. 15 by FloWrestling. This was the second Big Ten weekly honor for Rooks this season. Cronin Comes up Big Redshirt junior Liam Cronin has won his last six matches, including two against ranked opponents. In the Hoosiers dual against Purdue, Cronin took down No. 5 ranked Devin Schroder. Cronin has since jumped into the top-25 ranking and is ranked as high as 20 in some polls. The Lineups Indiana 125: #23 Liam Cronin (12-11) 133: Cayden Rooks (19-11) or Jonathan Moran (5-13) 141: Eddie Bolivar (6-11) 149: #15 Graham Rooks (12-6) 157: Fernando Silva (8-17) or Joey Sanchez (14-10) 165: Davey Tunon (6-14) or Dillon Hoey (4-10) 174: Jacob Covaciu (14-9) or Diego Lemley (0-4) 184: Jacob Hinz (6-18) 197: Nick WIllham (15-17) or Spencer Irick (3-7) 285: Rudy Streck (3-15) or Jake Kleimola (10-13) SIUE 125: Matt Malavsky (1-9) 133: Jacob Blaha (0-11) 141: Saul Ervin (10-14) 149: Tyshawn Williams (10-6) 157: Justin Ruffin (21-6) 165: Chase Diehl (6-16) 174: Kevin Gschwendtner (8-16) 184: Austin Andres (2-11) 197: Aric Bohn (5-12) 285: Colton McKiernan (12-8)
  10. mamasa

    IU @ Michigan 2/16 1 pm CBS

    IU + 7.5, O/U 137.5
  11. NOTES: #iubb Visits Michigan on Sunday Afternoon Story Links INDIANA GAME NOTES (PDF) WATCH ONLINE LIVE STATS LISTEN VIA TUNEIN OPENING TIP Indiana University is in its 120th season of competition in men's basketball and begins a stretch of 4 of 5 on the road when it goes to Michigan on Sunday. The Hoosiers earned their 4th win against a ranked opponent (t-4th in the nation) when it beat #21/17 Iowa, 89-77, on Thursday night. According to ESPN's BPI, the Hoosiers are projected to have the 4th toughest strength of schedule in the country for the remainder of the season. GAME INFORMATION Sunday, Feb. 16 • 1 p.m. ET Crisler Center (12,707) • Ann Arbor, Mich. TV: CBS (Tom McCarthy and Dan Bonner) | Watch Online Radio: IU Radio Network (Don Fischer, Errek Suhr, Joe Smith) | TuneIn Series History: Indiana leads, 107-62 Last Meeting: UM 69, at IU 46 - 1/25/19 THE COACHES Indiana Coach Archie Miller is in his third season of guiding the Cream and Crimson. He is 190-102 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 51-39 at IU. Juwan Howard is in his first year with the Wolverines and is 15-9. NEWS & NOTES Freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week for the 4th time this season after he had 16 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocked shots against Purdue. He followed that up with his 7th double-double of the season with 17 points and 10 boards against Iowa. He is averaging a team-best 14.0- points and 8.0 rebounds. He is just one of four freshman nationally (Vernon Carey, Jr. - Duke, Zeke Nnaji - Arizona and Isiah Stewart - Washington) to lead his team in scoring, rebounds, field goal percentage, free throws made and free throws attempted and blocked shots. In the Big Ten, Jackson-Davis is the top freshman scorer overall and in conference games (13.0). He also leads in overall and conference play in field goal percentage (59.0 and 53.2), blocked shots (1.9 and 1.8), free throws made (99 and 51) and attempts (138 and 69). He is second overall and in league games in rebounding (8.0 and 7.3). He is 7th in the Big Ten in rebounding, 2nd in field goal percentage and 7th in blocked shots. Among players in the B1G who have come off the bench 10 or more times this season, senior Devonte Green leads the conference averaging 11.7 points in those games. He exploded against Iowa with 27 points and hit 7 of 11 3FG.Sophomore Rob Phinisee is the team's top 3-point shooter making 39.6% of his attempts. He is second on the team with 61 assists and had 12 points, 5 assists and 3 steals against Iowa. Redshirt sophomore Race Thompson played a career-high 25 minutes against Iowa and set career-bests for points (10) and steals (4). Junior Justin Smith is averaging 11.0 points and leads the Hoosiers with 26 steals. Redshirt junior forward Joey Brunk is 2nd in the conference in field goal percentage in B1G games only at 55.7%. Junior Aljami Durham leads the team in assists with 61. ODDS AND TRENDS The Hoosiers 45 bench points vs. Iowa were the second-most they have had this season (46, N. Ala.) In its last 5 games, IU is shooting 42.9% from 3-point range and made a season-best 11 against Iowa. IU also matched its best defense of the season with 11 steals. The 22 assists against Maryland were a season-high and the 6 turnovers in that game were a season low. The Hoosiers have shot a B1G high 573 free throws, including 32 against Iowa.
  12. mamasa

    IU Softball

    T3, IU down 3-0
  13. mamasa

    IU Baseball

    IU knocks of #11 LSU 7-2!! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Water Polo

    We moved up a level last year to an elite level-May take a little a adjustment. Very fun to watch! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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    IU Water Polo

    IU 2-0 today, 15-7 over CBU Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
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