IU women vs. Ohio State

1 comment by   |   Sunday, February 3, 2013 - 3:00 pm EDT

FINAL: OHIO STATE 70, INDIANA 56. McGhee with 15 points, Sinclair with 14 for the Hoosiers.

First time this season IU has allowed an opponent to 70 points. OSU up 70-53, 2:25 to play. Tayler Hill has taken the game over for OSU. She leads all scorers with 24 points.

Under-8: OHIO STATE 62, INDIANA 53.

11:44: Indiana bench called for a pair of technical fouls in 50-second span. First was called on Curt Miller after he protested a foul called on IU. Miller believed Nicole Bell was fouled on previous possession and was steamed that the official gave the call to OSU and not IU. Then, 50 seconds later, the IU bench was T’d up for yelling something after another could-be foul call did not go IUs way. OHIO STATE 55, INDIANA 43.

Under-16: OHIO STATE 45, INDIANA 40

HALFTIME: OHIO STATE 34, INDIANA 30. Hoosiers trailed by 10 w/ 1 min to play, but back-to-back 3s from Sinclair and Bell bring IU back. Indiana went cold from the field after Jasmine McGhee hit a 3-ball at the 9:24 mark. Ohio State went on a 17-4 run and went up 34-24 before Sinclair sank her 3 with a hand in her face. Sinclair has 9 and McGhee has 8 for Indiana. Ameryst Alston leads Ohio State with 9.

Ameryst Alston has taken three open 3s and hit each of them. Ohio State up 25-24 with 5 to play in 1st half.

Nicole Bell and Ameryst Alston trade 3s before Milika Taufa lays in a basket w/ her left hand. We’re tied at 22-22 at the Under-8.

Under-12: INDIANA 15, OHIO STATE 14. Hoosiers have six scorers so far, team shooting 6-for-14.

PREGAME: It’s a battle between the two worst teams in the Big Ten today at Assembly Hall. The loser of this one takes sole possession of last place in the conference. Ohio State, losers of three in a row, defeated Indiana, 68-45, in Columbus last month. Although the Hoosiers’ offense has been scuffling, the team’s defense has been a bright spot. Indiana has held each of its last two opponents under 60 points, marking the first time an IU team has held consecutive conference foes under 60 in over three years.

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MikeC
Monday, February 4, 2013 - 12:00 PM EDT

The strong IU defense that we have exhibited all season long finally let down Sunday. Our inability to score again from multiple players did us in a reacurring theme for the season. As mentioned all season long, we continue to play hard against teams that are much more talented than we are and when our defense lets up, our offensive deficiency shows up even more. Ohio State, which has the conference’s leading scorer in Taylor Hill got us again. Our lack of talent on the floor makes winning an almost impossible accomplishment. It must be incredibly hard for this coaching staff to realize that this team has to play almost perfectly defensively in order to have a chance to win. The good news is that next year we will have multiple positions on the floor that will be able to score, along with the strong defense that this coaching staff teachs a much more competitive team. But, until then, keep supporting these girls that are for the most part playing as hard as their abilities will allow. Go Hoosiers!

 


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