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IUWBB vs Jackson St. - 11/17/19

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Last home game for nearly 3 weeks.

The No. 21 Indiana Hoosiers wrap up a three-game season-opening homestand when it hosts Jackson State on Sunday afternoon. Game time is set for 2 p.m. ET inside Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
#21 INDIANA (2-0) VS. JACKSON STATE (1-2) 
Sunday, November 17, 2019 • 2 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
Tickets: IUHoosiers.com/Tickets
Promotions: Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day – Teachers are eligible for #4 tickets at the ticket window with a school ID | Knothole Kids Club Day – members get in free admission with their credential


Indiana Jackson State
Teri Moren Tomekia Reed
Career Record: 304-196 (16th Season) Career Record: 19-16 (2nd Season)
Indiana Record: 105-66 (5th Season) Jackson State Record: Same

Jackson State picked up its first win of the season, a 66-49 victory at Northwestern State. Early losses were at Tulane and at No. 18 Miami as they begin the 2019-20 season on a four-game road swing that ends in Bloomington on Sunday. The Tigers are led by Marneisha Hamer (15.0 ppg., 4.3 rpg.) and Ameshya Williams (11.0 ppg., 11.0 rpg.).
Indiana leads series, 1-0
12/30/84 – W, 62-61 (Miami, Fla.)

  • Indiana rose three spots in this week's Associated Press Top 25, up to a program record coming in at No. 21. The Hoosiers were ranked as high as No. 22 in 2014.
  • Freshman forward Mackenzie Holmes was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week and to the Big Ten Player of the Week honor roll. It came after a pair of performances on opening weekend where she combined to average 18.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and went 83.3 percent from the field. She debuted against Mount St. Mary's with 15 points and
  • Redshirt junior guard Ali Patberg just missed a triple double in Sunday's win over Nicholls State as she finished with 17 points, nine assist and eight rebounds. She's now one of four players averaging double figures through two games.
  • Sophomore guard Grace Berger (16.5 ppg.) and sophomore forward Aleksa Gulbe (10.0 ppg.) are the others averaging double figures for Indiana.
  • Through the first two games of the season, Indiana is leading the Big Ten and sixth in the nation in scoring offense. The Hoosiers are averaging 93.0 points per game
  • Sunday's game ends a three-game season-opening homestand for the Hoosiers who will spend the next 19 days on the road. It starts with a game at Florida on Nov. 22 and runs through the Paradise Jam over Thanksgiving and the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Miami on Dec. 4.

The Hoosiers begin their road schedule at Florida on Friday, November 22. Tipoff in Gainesville is set for 6 p.m. ET on SEC Network +.


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8 minutes ago, Uspshoosier said:

USPS family will be in attendance for this one today

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Should be a fun one...but I am really itching to see these gals play a good team just to see what kind of potential we have this year

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Not exactly a riveting game with the Hoosiers leading 77-35 at the end of 3.  Gulbe, Penn, Patberg, Berger, Holmes all in double figures.  Berger our leading rebounder with 7.  About the only negative for this game is our 3 point shooting 6-20.

Holmes - 13

Berger - 13

Gulbe - 12

Patberg - 11

Penn - 10

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Inside 4 min. left and we lead 84-43 but despite that lead, we didn't exactly light up the scoreboard as we're shooting 46% and Jackson State a pitiful 23%.  In particular, Gulbe is 3-10; Penn 4-11; Wise 3-11.  Doesn't hurt us in a game like this, but can't have that when the competition ramps up.

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