Penn State vs.Indiana women

1 comment by   |   Thursday, February 7, 2013 - 7:13 pm EDT

Final score Penn State 76, Indiana 54

1:47 left 76-50 Penn State

5:44 Penn State 64, Indiana 45

7:30 left in the second half Penn State 61, Indiana 45

Indiana shooting 31% from the field

11:35 left in the second half Penn State 54, Indiana 37

Sinclair leads IU with 17 points, Alex Bentley leads PSU with 14

15:44 second half Penn State 44, Indiana 36

The Big Ten’s leading scorer Maggie Lucas has just seven first half points.

Sinclair leads IU with 15 points. Alex Bentley and Mia Nickson have nine points each.

At the half Penn State 37, Indiana 30

Sinclair three-pointer at 1:53 puts IU within eigtht, 35-27

3:38 first half Penn State 34, Indiana 22 Mia Nickson at the line.

4:31 Penn State 32, Indiana 22

Sasha Chaplin and Milika Taufa each have two fouls. As does PSU’s Maggie Lucas.

1st half 15:48 timeout Indiana: Penn State 10 Indiana 6

This is HT Reporter Seth Tackett

Indiana women vs. Penn State tip off at 6:30 pm

DID YOU KNOW?

• Indiana is the only team in the Big Ten Conference that has held every opponent to 70 points orlower this season.

• The Hoosiers shot 54.5 percent (6-of-11) from beyond the arc against Ohio State last time out, which is IU’s best percentage from 3-point range this season.

• With a pair of 3-point field goals against Ohio State on Sunday, Aulani Sinclair cracked the top five for most career 3-pointers made (167) and is now in the top 10 formost 3-pointers made in a single season (56) in program history.

• Jasmine McGhee led Indiana with 15 points against OSU and set a career mark for 3-pointers made in a single game with three.  McGhee has scored in double figures in 13 games this season and 27 contests in her career.

• Freshman Nicole Bell has logged a career best 38 minutes in each of the last two games and scored nine points on 4-of-7 shooting against Buckeyes on Sunday.

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MikeC
Friday, February 8, 2013 - 9:53 AM EDT

The final score was really not indicative of the way the game was played. IU played very hard but as usual this year, were overcome by superior talent on the floor. Penn St. is a top ten ranked team. Their superior depth showed as the game wore on, with a couple of their stars in foul trouble in the first half and on the bench, State wore IU down as the game went on. It was good to see Sinclair have a good offensive game again. She has played very hard all year long and has played against double teams all through the conference. It is a shame that next year when this will be a better team with more offensive balance, she will not be around to enjoy it. She would be a great influence next year with the young offensive talent that we have coming in. When Aulani has been stopped this year, the team has not had enough talent around her to make up for it. Aulani has been a great example of an Indiana girl that stayed in the state and played to the best of her ability and represented IU at a high level! This team will be on the road for 4 of the next 6 games, please come out and support this hard working team when they come home, they deserve it! Go Hoosiers!!

 


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