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  1. mamasa

    IU Women's Soccer

    Heck of a season!
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    IU Field Hockey

    Jesus dude, can you ever just be positive or complimentary without having a backhanded insult? It's really depressing.
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    (2023) - C Xavier Booker

    So it's confirmed that Chris007 is not one of the Hoosier Hysterics guys....
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    IU Field Hockey

    IU up 6-1 over St. Louis in the 3rd!
  5. My dad is the bass player from Justin Case lol. Love them all, my dad and Jerry Minger went to school together :)
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    Music Thread

    If anyone likes stoner rock, King Weed is really good
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    High School Football

    Columbus East faces Whiteland in sectionals. It’ll be a quick out for East. We saw our 96 conference game winning streak snapped as well as 17 year conference championship streak.
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    IU Field Hockey

    Indiana Dominates Michigan State 5-0 in Record-Setting Fashion Story Links BOX SCORE (PDF) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana Field Hockey team obliterated Michigan State 5-0 on Friday afternoon, setting a number of program records along the way. This win sets IU one step closer to securing a bid to next month's Big Ten Tournament in Piscataway. With the victory, IU moves to 8-7 (2-4) while the Spartans fall to 7-4 (0-4) on the season. KEY MOMENTS • Indiana came out on the front foot, earning two penalty corners within the first minute. • On the seventh shot of the afternoon, IU finally found the back of the net. Sophomore forward Anna Gwiazdzinski tapped a deflected ball out of midair into the goal to give the Hoosiers a 1-0 lead. • In the second period, freshman midfielder Kira Curland put three-straight shots on frame before finally scoring on the third to give IU a 2-0 lead at the break. • Just one minute into the second half, IU's intensity gave Michigan State struggles once again. Senior forward Hailey Couch tapped in a cross from freshman forward Kayla Kiwak to take a commanding 3-0 lead. • Freshman goalie Arabella Loveridge made a crucial save with her right pad to preserve the clean sheet. • Senior midfielder Peyton Becker and sophomore forward Meghan Dillon scored just moments apart in the fourth period to deal the final blow to Sparty on the afternoon. NOTABLES • IU pounded 30 shots on the afternoon including 18 on frame. • Curland scored her sixth goal of the season, tying her for the most goals by a freshman in the Big Ten with six. Curland also recorded eight shots on the afternoon. • Becker's goal was the first of her season and second of her career. She marks the 12th IU player to grab a goal this year. • Couch scored her 13th-career goal, bringing her into 21st on the all-time goals list in Hoosier-program history. • Loveridge's shutout was the fifth of the season for her. • Today's clean sheet was the sixth of the season for IU, setting a new-program record for the Hoosiers. • IU's 5-0 victory over Michigan State was the biggest-conference win in program history. It also tied the record for most goals scored against a Big Ten opponent. UP NEXT • IU continues the homestand Sunday afternoon for a matchup with the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines.
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    IU Field Hockey

    Indiana Welcomes Michigan State, Michigan on Homecoming Weekend Story Links INDIANA GAME NOTES (PDF) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana Field Hockey split a competitive weekend in Ohio with a win over No. 16 Ohio State and a close-overtime loss against No. 24 Kent State. The Hoosiers return home for the first time in three weeks for crucial matchups against Michigan State and No. 2 Michigan. ALL-TIME SERIES Friday afternoon's matchup between IU and Michigan State will be the 28th-ever meeting between the two teams. MSU holds a 22-5 advantage, but the series is 3-3 over the past three seasons. Michigan holds a 20-4 lead in the all-time series against IU heading into the teams' 25th-ever matchup. IU's last win in the series came in a 2016 contest in Ann Arbor. SCOUTING THE OPPONENTS After a 5-0 loss to No. 1 Iowa last Friday, Michigan State bounced back to take down Miami (OH) 4-3 on Sunday afternoon. The Spartans are 7-3 on the season with wins over Kent State and Ohio. Merel Hanssen leads the way for Michigan State with six goals on the season. Michigan is off to one of the best starts by any team in the nation this season. Last weekend, the No. 2 Wolverines bested No. 6 Northwestern and No. 3 Louisville at home to continue an undefeated start. Michigan will face No. 1 Iowa Friday before heading to Bloomington on Sunday. Sofia Southam has 15 goals to lead Michigan's attack.
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    IU Cross Country

    IUXC Takes On The Nation’s Best At The Nuttycombe Invitational Story Links WATCH ($) LIVE RESULTS MEET INFORMATION BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Cross Country travels to Madison, Wisc. this weekend for the Nuttycombe Invitational hosted by Big Ten foe Wisconsin. The meet is scheduled for Friday, October 15 beginning with the men's "B" race at 12 p.m. ET followed by the women's "B" race at 12:40 p.m. ET. The Men's Championship 8k is slated to start at 1:20 p.m. ET with the Women's Championships 6k immediately following at 2 p.m. ET. The highly touted meet makes its return with 20 ranked women's teams and 16 men's teams that are among the best in the country. Meet Information Nuttycombe Invitational | Thomas Zimmer Championship course Men's "B" Race 8k – 12 p.m. ET Women's "B" Race 6k – 12:40 p.m. ET Men's Championship 8k – 1:20 p.m. ET Women's Championship 6k – 2 p.m. ET Live Results Meet Information Last time the Hoosiers were on the course was for the Joe Piane Invitational at Notre Dame. Sarah Schmitt and Arjun Jha led the Hoosiers as Jha crossed 14th with a time of 23:57.6 and Schmitt clocked a time of 17:10.7 to place 62nd.