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The Big Ten confirmed Tuesday that IU and North Carolina will meet in this year’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Here’s the full slate of games, which will air on the ESPN family of networks. Specific TV assignments and times will be announced at a later date.
Monday, Nov 28
Minnesota at Florida State
Wake Forest at Northwestern
Tuesday, Nov. 29
Syracuse at Wisconsin
Michigan State at Duke
Pittsburgh at Maryland
Iowa at Notre Dame
Georgia Tech at Penn State
NC State at Illinois
Wednesday, Nov. 30
Purdue at Louisville
North Carolina at Indiana
Ohio State at Virginia
Virginia Tech at Michigan
Rutgers at Miami
Nebraska at Clemson
Original story published Monday, 7:42 p.m.:
Indiana appears set for a rematch with North Carolina. (more…)
Kyle Hart earned a spot as a First Team All-Big Ten pitcher and five other Hoosiers earned all-conference honors, the league announced Tuesday.
Senior shortstop Brian Wilhite and junior outfielder Craig Dedelow were each named Third Team All-Big Ten selections, while Scotty Bradley, Ryan Fineman and Luke Miller were each named to the league’s All-Freshman team.
Junior first baseman Austin Cangelosi was named Indiana’s Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner.
Minnesota’s two-way standout Matt Fiedler was named the Big Ten Player of the Year, Illinois right-hander Cody Sedlock earned Pitcher of the Year honors, Nebraska reliever Chad Luensmann earned the Freshman of the Year award and Minnesota’s John Anderson was honored as the unanimous Big Ten Coach of the Year. (more…)
Versatile five-star forward Michael Porter revealed his final five choices for college this week, keeping Indiana on a list that includes Washington, Missouri, Virginia and Oklahoma.
Porter is considered the No. 3 overall prospect in the 2017 recruiting class and the No. 1 small forward, according to the 247 Sports Composite. IU coach Tom Crean visited the 6-foot-9 Porter at the family’s Columbia, Mo. home last month.
Now, it appears the Porters are on the move to the Pacific Northwest.
According to the Columbia Daily Tribune, the Porters are set to move to Seattle after father Michael Sr. accepted an assistant’s job on the Huskies’ staff earlier this month. Michael Sr. spent the past three seasons as a women’s assistant at Mizzou.
So Washington appears to be the favorite to land Porter, given the list of family connections. Head coach Lorenzo Romar is Porter’s godfather, and Romar has already accepted a commitment from Porter’s younger brother, Jontay, for 2018. (more…)
Part 3 – Bill Mallory: still an IU-Bloomington man. Andy Graham sits down with the former Indiana University football coach.
Indiana is one of three schools still in the mix for McDonald’s All-American guard Lindsey Corsaro, according to her father, Greg.
At one point, the senior from Indianapolis Roncalli was considering seven schools, including Baylor, Tennessee, Texas and Washington. She has now trimmed that list. She took an official visit to UCLA this past weekend, and will be visiting Michigan tomorrow.
Corsaro’s visit to IU is currently scheduled for next week. Corsaro, at 6-feet, is considered a five-star prospect by ESPN. The site ranks her as the No. 35 prospect in the country.
Corsaro originally committed to Kentucky, but reopened her recruitment in April after a flurry of player and coach departures from Lexington this offseason.
IU received a commitment last week from grad transfer Amber Deane, who played nine games for Dayton as a senior, averaging 15.3 points per game. Corsaro would give the Hoosiers yet another option in the backcourt, and the kind of high-impact, in-state recruit head coach Teri Moren has coveted since her arrival in August 2014.
Assistant Curtis Loyd is leaving Indiana’s coaching staff, according to head coach Teri Moren.
“We appreciate the contributions Curtis made to our program over the last two seasons,” Moren said in a statement. “Curtis is currently exploring other coaching opportunities and we wish him and his family well.”
Loyd joined IU’s coaching staff in May 2014, hired by former head coach Curt Miller off of Minnesota’s staff. Miller abruptly resigned in July 2014, and Loyd was appointed interim head coach. Loyd was kept as an assistant by Teri Moren when she arrived in August 2014..
Loyd is from Dallas, and his Texas connections were a big reason why the Hoosiers were able to land 2016 recruits Ria Gulley (San Antonio, Tex.) and Bre Wickware (Corinth, Tex.). While at Minnesota, Loyd helped recruit All-Big Ten players Rachel Banham and Amanda Zahui B.
This is the second assistant coach to leave IU this offseason. Todd Starkey, who came to IU in 2014 from Division II Lenoir Rhyne, took the head coaching job at Kent State in April. Moren tabbed former Wisconsin guard and IUPUI assistant Janese Banks to fill the vacancy.
Daniel Kuhn earned second team All-Big Ten honors with his runner-up finish in the 800m at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships. The NCAA East Regional gets underway on Thursday
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