Hoosier tidbits

Faith Sherrill With a very brief lull in the action for Indiana's two basketball teams, this seems to be the perfect time to catch Indiana fans up on various items surrounding Indiana athletics. Read on for some quick Hoosier tidbits.  Full Story

IU football enjoys strong semester in the classroom

Bill Lynch

Forty-two Hoosier football student-athletes carried a 3.0 grade-point average (GPA) in the fall semester or own a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Thirty-three Hoosiers posted 3.0's in the fall and 31 currently hold 3.0 cumulative GPA's.

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Honoring December graduates

Jorge Campillo

The Indiana Department of Athletics held an open house at the Henke Hall of Champions on Saturday, Dec. 19 to honor 21 student-athletes eligible for December graduation. Sandy Searcy, president of the I-Association, along with Eric Neuburger, associate director of the Varsity Club, and senior linebacker Will Patterson addressed the group of graduates and their families at the open house.

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Dielman selected to third Pro Bowl

Kris Dielman

Former Hoosier and current San Diego guard Kris Dielman was selected to his third Pro Bowl Tuesday evening. Dielman has started all 15 games for the NFL's second-highest scoring offense. "It's always an honor," Dielman told

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Overton excels on PGA tour

Jeff Overton's Jason Sobel has predicted 10 PGA golfers to make "the leap" in 2010 to bring their games to the next level. Indiana golf alumnus Jeff Overton was one of his selections.

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Former Hoosiers playing overseas

Kim Roberson

In four seasons of college basketball Amber Jackson totaled 1,738 points and grabbed 932 rebounds. Kim Roberson departed Indiana with the all-time steals record and is known for making the pass that Whitney Thomas tipped in with .2 seconds remaining to propel the Hoosiers to a WNIT victory over Dayton last year. Because of their athletic success, both former Hoosiers and 2009 graduates have continued their careers playing professional basketball overseas.

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Three IU soccer players named to All Decade Team

Pat Noonan

Indiana University standouts Danny O'Rourke (2001-04), Pat Noonan (1999-2002) and Ryan Mack (1998-2000, 02) were recently named to the College Soccer News Team of the Decade. Wake Forest led the way with four representatives, followed by the Hoosiers and Connecticut with three each.

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Previous issue

Mutsa Mutembwa

Mutsa Mutembwa, an IU field hockey player from Zimbabwe who was named a 2010 Rhodes Scholar, was featured in the last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM. Also read about one former athlete's "proudest day as a Hoosier," an article by pediatrician Amy Metheny, a former IU women's basketball player who brought one of her patients, a 10-year-old boy with Hodgkin's lymphoma, to Bloomington to spend a day with the IU football team. Meet IU women's basketball bench players, read a fortune teller's prediction about Tom Crean's Hoosiers (!), and catch up with former football player Kris Dielman, who recently was selected as one of the great San Diego Chargers of all time. Finally, get an update on the construction of IU's Basketball Development Center.

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