NCAA soccer: SLU at IU

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 7:55 PM   |   5 comments

FINAL: INDIANA 2, ST. LOUIS 0

Hoosiers take care of business with a dominating effort in this second-round tournament game, and will host Michigan in the third round Saturday night at 7 p.m. HOOSIERS 2, BILLIKENS 0

10:00, SECOND HALF: Indiana firmly in control of this game right now, and have narrowly missed a couple chances to extend the lead. St. Louis is showing signs of desperation, trying to hit a home run to get back in this one. HOOSIERS 2, BILLIKENS 0

24:42, SECOND HALF: Indiana gets that insurance goal off a corner kick. Andy Adlard played a ball to the far post where a flying Kevin Alston hit a header into the back of the net. Alston preserved the two-goal lead just over 30 seconds later when he blocked a Billiken shot in front of goal. HOOSIERS 2, BILLIKENS 0

26:56, SECOND HALF: The chippiness we saw at the end of the first half has continued, with St. Louis trying to make up for being outplayed with attitude. The Billikens are starting to build a little more of an attack as of late, but are risking an IU counter attack. Kevin Noschang nearly had a breakaway on such a play in the 61st minute. HOOSIERS 1, BILLIKENS 0

45:00, SECOND HALF: We have 45 minutes left to play here. IU outshot St. Louis, 9-3 in that first half, but would do well to put this one out of reach rather than sweat out a nail-biter. One other NCAA upset to report, ninth-seeded Loyola U. falls to North Carolina-Greensboro, 2-1. And of local interest, Notre Dame leads Northwestern, 1-0, at halftime. HOOSIERS 1, BILLIKENS 0

HALFTIME: The half ends a little chippy with a couple of yellow cards handed out, and Indiana is not happy with the officiating that is right now penalizing the more aggressive team. John Mellencamp, Ofori Sarkodie and coach Mike Freitag all shared their concerns with the referee on the way to the locker room. Another solid, dominating half for Indiana, who could use another goal for insurance. HOOSIERS 1, BILLIKENS 0


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Saint Joseph’s 80, Indiana 54

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 7:51 PM   |   9 comments

Here’s a sneak peek at the game story that will run tomorrow.

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By Chris Korman
331-4353 | [email protected]
LAHAINA, Hawaii — Second half breakdowns are not a football-only problem at Indiana.
Tom Crean’s inexperienced basketball team wilted Tuesday in the latter half of a second-round game in the Maui Invitational, as Saint Joseph’s went on a 23-2 run to win 80-54.
The sequence that sparked the Hawks (2-2) could only befall a team as young and uninitiated as the Hoosiers (2-2).
Freshman forward Tom Pritchard, who showed fatigue after playing 33 minutes against Notre Dame Monday, slipped free under the net and took a pass from Daniel Moore curling through the lane. Pritchard’s dunk with 18:05 left cut Saint Joseph’s lead to 34-33 and seemed to predict a heated back-and-forth finish.


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Kent State backs Senderoff

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 7:29 PM   |   3 comments

Here’s a release from Kent State, where former Indiana coach Rob Senderoff now works as associate head coach. Senderoff was given severe recruiting restrictions for the next three years by the NCAA today for his part in the violations that occurred while he was at Indiana.


Kent State Athletic Director Laing Kennedy:
“We have received the NCAA’s decision on Rob Senderoff and will abide by the sanctions handed down. At the same time, we are committed to keeping Rob as an integral part of our staff. His impact and long-term value to our program — both on the court and heading up our academic efforts — far outweigh these penalties. With the committee’s decision behind us, we can now turn our full attention to the rest of the season, starting with Illinois on Friday.”



Tom Crean discusses NCAA ruling

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 6:22 PM   |   Comments Off

Tom Crean spoke to reporters in Maui about the NCAA’s rulings after his team’s 80-54 loss to Saint Joseph’s.

He was, understandably, pleased that his team did not lose scholarships, post-season eligibility or the right to be on TV.

There’s more and I’m in the process of writing about it, but you can listen for yourself if you are so inclined.

Listen to what Crean had to say.

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McRobbie and Greenspan react to NCAA announcement

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 6:20 PM   |   13 comments

Here’s the full text of a just-released announcement from IU with quotes from Michael McRobbie, Rick Greenspan and Tom Crean:

BLOOMINGTON — Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie and senior officials in the Department of Athletics said that for the most part they are satisfied with the conclusions contained in the final report of the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions, which was released today (Nov. 25).

“From the very beginning of these proceedings, we cooperated fully with the NCAA and, in fact, imposed severe recruiting penalties on our men’s basketball program,” McRobbie said. “Although I still believe the failure to monitor charge was unjustified, I am glad that the NCAA has accepted our self-imposed penalties with no further sanctions except a three-year probationary period.”
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AUDIO: NCAA teleconference

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 6:20 PM   |   Comments Off

Listen to an MP3 of the complete NCAA teleconference from this afternoon.

The file is about 32 min.

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Sampson’s official statement

By   |   Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 - 6:00 PM   |   8 comments

Former Indiana coach Kelvin Sampson, now a Milwaukee Buck assistant coach, has released an official statement through his agent.

“I’m deeply disappointed in today’s findings by the NCAA, but the accusations at hand are things that happened on my watch and therefore I will take responsibility. I am truly sorry that there were so many people who were hurt in this situation. For the sake of everyone involved, including my family, it is time to move on.”

I read this as him, at least somewhat, falling on the sword. Granted, it’s too late because the sword has done a lot of damage. But it’s a mea culpa. And more than he has offered in the past.





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