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mamasa

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mamasa last won the day on October 19 2018

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  1. Now I feel bad- IU has a badminton team and I haven't been updating their schedules on here, lol!
  2. mamasa

    IU Rowing

    #20 ranked IU keeps the Cup for the third straight year- congrats!
  3. mamasa

    IU Water Polo

    IU wins vs McKendree 14-4, closing out a disappointing regular season (6-15)
  4. mamasa

    IU Softball

    Lol, I actually thought about the fact that I was the reliever! I got home right about the time you headed out, so it worked well (except for the final result!)
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    IU Softball

    4-3 Wisconsin, blah
  6. mamasa

    IU Softball

    Wisconsin up, no outs, bases loaded. No bueno
  7. mamasa

    IU Softball

    Top of 12th we go!
  8. mamasa

    IU Softball

    Left the stranded Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  9. mamasa

    IU Softball

    Runners on 1st and 2nd, 1 out Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  10. mamasa

    IU Softball

    Top 11th- IU at bat Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  11. mamasa

    IU Softball

    3-3 bottom of 10th! Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  12. mamasa

    IU Rowing

    Hope they can get these in! No. 20 Hoosiers To Host Dale England Cup On Saturday Story Links Indiana Rowing Home Page | Dale England Rowing Center BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana Rowing team will host the 11th annual Dale England Cup on Saturday at Lake Lemon. NOTES Indiana hosts its only regatta of the season as it welcomes RV Michigan State and Notre Dame in action on Lake Lemon on Saturday The Hoosiers will look to take home their third Dale England Cup, earning both titles in 2017 and 2018. It will be the final home race for IU's seniors: Connie Brahm, Melanie Hampton, Madelyn Hassinger, Emma Lawrie, Morgan McKay, Ellie Meinzer, Maddie Pierce, Kendall Sharpe, Sydney Shuert, Allison Spencer, MC Webb and Sophia Wickersha Time Race Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 9:00 A.M. 4V8/2N8 Michigan St. Notre Dame 9:15 A.M. 3V8/N8 Notre Dame Michigan St. Indiana 9:30 A.M. 3V4 Indiana Notre Dame 9:45 A.M. 2V4 Indiana Notre Dame Michigan St. 10:00 A.M. V4 Notre Dame Michigan St. Indiana 10:15 A.M. 2V8 Michigan St. Indiana Notre Dame 10:30 A.M. V8 Indiana Notre Dame Michigan St. **Awards Ceremony to take place at 11:30 a.m.** Scoring System POINT SCORING Crew 1st 2nd 3rd 1V8 36 27 18 2V8 24 18 12 1V4 12 9 6 **Only the 1V8, 2V8 and 1V4 races will have points awarded ** The fastest combined times from morning and afternoon sessions in the 1V8 event shall serve as the tiebreaker between two teams if the team totals are equal The team that earns the most overall total points for the day wins the Dale England Cup Trophy Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  13. mamasa

    IU Wrestling

    Really excited for the future of this program! http://www.therepublic.com/2019/04/20/rookie_rewards__east_graduate_named_iu_wrestling_freshman_of_the_year/ While redshirting at Indiana University this season, Graham Rooks couldn’t travel with the team, had to pay his own way into tournaments and couldn’t be coached at meets by the school’s coaching staff, per NCAA rules. So Rooks’ parents Ben and Michelle paid $50 to $100 for Graham to enter six tournaments, drove him to events — some as far as nine hours away — and Ben sat in his corner on the mat to coach him while Graham put together an impressive freshman year. "I’m really thankful for that," Graham said. Despite being a redshirt, the Columbus East graduate was recognized last week as the Hoosiers Freshman of the Year at the team’s postseason banquet. Story continues below gallery 1 of 5 Columbus East graduate and Indiana University freshman Graham Rooks, top, competes in the Michigan State Open. Columbus East graduate and Indiana University freshman Graham Rooks, right, competes in the Michigan State Open. Columbus East graduate and Indiana University freshman Graham Rooks, right, competes in the Michigan State Open. Columbus East graduate Graham Rooks is Indiana University wrestling's Freshman of the Year. Columbus East graduate Graham Rooks, left, is pictured with Indiana University assistant wrestling coach Mike Dixon after winning the team's Freshman of the Year honors. Click here to purchase photos from this gallery "I was happy," Graham said. "I didn’t even know it was an award. It felt like some of the work had paid off. I just wanted to prove myself as the hardest working guy on the team, so everyone else would want to work as hard and we would improve as a team. It felt like the coaches saw my hard work, and they recognized it." In the tournaments in which he competed as an individual, Graham placed in five and won one. He won the 149-pound division at the Cleveland State Open and finished third at 149 in the Edinboro Open. "I thought I did well," Graham said. "It was definitely a lot of learning, just trying new things, because as a redshirt, it’s not really about your wins and losses, it’s about what you learn because college wrestling is a lot different than high school wrestling or middle school or anything else." Graham finished with a 15-7 record this winter. "I think he did a great job," IU coach Angel Escobedo said. "He brings intensity every day. I think just with his work ethic and the way he has passion for his sport, before we knew it, he was going to win a tournament. I was not really surprised, but happy about the levels he was able to jump. I can see him progressing even more in the future. He’s on the right path to making the national tournament. That’s what he’s driven toward, and that’s where I see him." Because the Big Ten Conference does not have an Open division, Graham could not compete in that. However, he did make the trip to Minnesota to watch the Hoosiers compete. Escobedo is counting on Graham being the starter at 149 next year. "He’s the front-runner for that right now," Escobedo said. "Nobody is going to be giving him that spot, but if he gets in the lineup, his expectations will be shooting for nationals." Graham will have a couple of his former high school teammates, including his brother Cayden, in Bloomington next year. Cayden and fellow East senior Nick South won state titles this season and will join Graham, who won a state title as a senior last year. Escobedo plans to redshirt Cayden Rooks and South next season, like he did with Graham this year. "They’re bringing in a level of intensity and dedication and passion for the sport that you’re looking for," Escobedo said. "It’s going to be refreshing to have those three guys from Columbus East in the room every day." Cayden has been driving to Bloomington four times a week to work out with Graham. When Cayden saw Graham’s Freshman of the year plaque, he had a message for Escobedo. "After our banquet, Cade came up to me and said, ‘You might as well keep the Rooks name on there because I’m going to win it next year,’" Escobedo said. Sent from my iPhone using BtownBanners
  14. mamasa

    2019 Off-Season IU Roster News and Moves

    Ease up there- just another poster expressing their opinion.
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