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24 Sports/1 Team Archive

IU-Kentucky basketball primer

Cody Zeller

The March 21, 2012 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured an IU-Kentucky basketball primer, details on the IU freshman basketball player who was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year, a recap of the Hoosiers Softball Team win over the University Illinois-Chicago, details on the game that sent the IU Men's Basketball team to the Sweet 16, and more. † Full Story >>

Men's track and field wins Big Ten title

Kind Butler

The Feb. 29, 2012 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured the Indiana men's track and field team, which won the Big Ten Championship. Also: IU athletics' strength and conditioning facility to be named in honor of Wilkinson gift; Farrell wins 2012 Wayne Duke Postgraduate Award; Men's swimming and diving finishes third at Big Ten, and Huber is Diving Coach of the Year; Baseball's Sujka named Big Ten Freshman of the Week; Women's basketball to face Michigan State in Big Ten Tournament; and Women's swimming and diving finish second, with Vavra named Big Ten Swimmer of the Championships. † Full Story >>

IU Athletics receives major gift from Bart Kaufman for baseball field

Bart Kaufman Field

The Feb. 17, 2012, issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured a story about a major gift from Bart Kaufman, a former IU baseball student-athlete. The university's new baseball facility will be named in his honor. Other stories: No. 12 IU women's swimming and diving team at Big Ten Championships; Johnson named Preseason All-American by Baseball America; Men's tennis inks elite recruiting class; Women's tennis continues strong; IU's Kind butler wins big at track and field invitational; and Men's soccer team adds six players. † Full Story >>

IU Athletics first among Big Ten schools in two EPA Gameday Challenge categories

Memorial Stadium

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured IU's top finish in two EPA Gameday Challenge categories. Other stories: Bayer runs fastest mile in the U.S. this season; Men's tennis hammers Notre Dame; Hoosiers ink 25 on National Signing day; IU fans encouraged to vote for Victor Oladipo's dunk for Dunk of the Year; Women's tennis scores home sweep; and Water polo off to best start since 2004. † Full Story >>

Men's and women's track and field team crush Purdue

Emma Kimoto

The last edition of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured men's and women's track and field and their huge win for Purdue. Also: Gordon named finalist for Team USA's Olympic roster; Women's tennis dominates Adidas IU Winter Invite; Littrell named offensive coordinator; Swimming and diving dual meet live on BTN; Fischer named Indiana Sportscaster of the Year; and Powless moves into top 10 with 111th career victory. † Full Story >>

90 fall student-athletes named Academic All-Big Ten

Katie Griswold

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured 90 fall student-athletes named Academic All-Big Ten. Also in this issue: IU Track and Field sweeps weekly awards; IU ranked 19th in Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings; Hoosiers move up in polls again after win against Notre Dame; Three Hoosiers named NCAS, Scholar Baller National Academic Momentum Award Honorees; Watford named Big Ten Player of the Week; and IU football players break a school record: 24 players named Academic all-Big Ten. † Full Story >>

Taliaferro honored with Inaugural Big Ten Dungy-Thompson Humanitarian Award

George Taliaferro

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured IU's George Taliaferro being awarded the inaugural Big Ten Dungy-Thompson Humanitarian Award. Also: Hoosiers crush Stetson; Thomas, Ewald, Replogle honored by the Big Ten; Men's cross country finishes seventh at NCAA Championships; Outstanding fall propels Wright and Mills in the rankings; Vavra named Big Ten Swimmer of the Week; and Zeller earns third Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor. † Full Story >>

Soccer earns 16 seed for NCAA Tournament

Todd Yeagley

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured IU men's soccer earning an at-large berth into the 2011 NCAA national tournament. Also included: Bucket Game to kick off at 3:30 p.m.; Six Hoosiers earn All-Big Ten honors; Ginther to compete at NCAA Cross Country Championships; Indiana men advance to NCAA Cross Country Championships; and Oladipo and Zeller claim weekly awards. † Full Story >>

IU men's basketball hosts Haunted Hall of Hoops

Haunted Hoops

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured IU men's basketball and its Haunted Hall of Hoops. Also, IU cross country men take second at Big Tens; Hoosier men's golfers finish strong at Isleworth Collegiate; women's tennis player Diana Kyllmann wins singles title at Kansas Invitational; men's tennis has Big Ten Player of the Week in Josh MacTaggart; Hoosier swimmers sweep Tennessee and Kentucky in season opener. † Full Story >>

IU football travels to Iowa City this weekend

Stephen Houston

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured the Indiana versus Iowa football game. Also: Hoosier Hysteria tips off the 2011-12 basketball season; Hoosiers capture second straight Firestone Invitational; men's soccer destroys Michigan; Vavra wins bronze at Pan Am Games; and Zavaleta named Big Ten Player of the Week. † Full Story >>

In-state revolution leading Indiana

Nikita Kotlov

The Oct. 5, 2011 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM features a story about men's soccer and the generous number of players from the state of Indiana on its roster. Also featured, Hoosier Hysteria set for October 15; softball dominant in fall ball; IU welcomes new members to the Hall of Fame; Huber wins USA Diving Mike Peppe Award; and women's tennis shines at adidas Hoosier Classic. † Full Story >>

2011 IU Athletics Hall of Fame class announced

Athletics Hall of Fame 2011

The Sept. 21, 2011 issue of 24 SPORTS/1TEAM announced the 2011 IU Athletics Hall of Fame class. Other stories: Women's basketball schedule released; Men's and women's cross country excel at Indiana Intercollegiate; Field Hockey knocks off another ranked opponent; Men's basketball releases regular season schedule; IU holds D. Ames Shuel Academic Center naming ceremony; and Men's soccer remains undefeated. † Full Story >>

Landon Turner Nominated for Courage in Sports Honor on CBS

Landon Turner

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured Landon Turner, former Indiana basketball standout, as a nominee for the Courage in Sports award. Also, directions on how to avoid game day traffic; trustee approval of the baseball/softball complex; field hockey coach Amy Robertson gets her 100th career victory; volleyball puts winning streak on the line at Hoosier Classic; men's cross country ranked No. 8; and soccer's Zavaleta wins Big Ten Player of the Week. † Full Story >>

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Basketball Banners

The August 17 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured an IU Athletics staffer's picks for his 10 favorite spots on the IU campus related to athletics. Also, Dickerson named premier player of college baseball; IU announces new contract for volleyball coach Sherry Dunbar; Helmer announces 2011 recruiting class; Hoosier legend Pihos passes away; and Colloton joins women's basketball staff. † Full Story >>

Strong finish in the Directorsí Cup shows bright future for Indiana

Vera Neuenswander

In the July issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM, IU's strong finish in the Directors' Cup is the featured story. Also, a look ahead to 2011-12 for the upcoming year, women's basketball to host Oklahoma State in Big 12/Big Ten Women's Basketball Challenge, Two Hoosier named to National Golf Coaches All-American Scholar Team, and the Big Ten names 39 IU students 'Distinguished Scholars.' † Full Story >>

Chappell and Neuenswander named IU Big Ten Medal of Honor recipients

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Athletes honored at the Inaugural Spirit of Indiana Showcase

Spirit of Indiana Awards 2011

The May 4, 2011, issues of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured athletes honored at the Inaugural Spirit of Indiana showcase. Also, there was a story about Mary May, the beloved women's equipment manager who recently passed away; a Top 25 recruiting class for women's basketball; three men's tennis players making All-Big Ten lists; water polo heading to the NCAA tournament; and Hoosier football players Tandon Doss and James Brewer going in the NFL draft. † Full Story >>

Ress named Big Ten Swimmer of the Year

Eric Ress

This edition of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured Eric Ress, an IU sophomore who won this year's title of Big Ten Swimmer of the Year. Also, Hoosiers rank 10th in Directors' Cup standings; Glass announces inaugural Spirit of Indiana and The Spirit of Indiana Director's Award; baseball wins opening Big Ten series; IU boasts 40 winter Academic All-Big Ten honorees; and softball stuns No. 3 Michigan. † Full Story >>

Glass has head shaved for St. Baldrick's fund-raiser event

Fred Glass

The March 23, 2011, 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured a shiney-headed Fred Glass, who shaved off his hair for charity. Other stories: IU Athletics mourns the passing of long-time equipment manager Red Grow; women's swimming and diving earn 15th place at NCAAs; water polo wins eight straight; wrestlers Alcala and Powless earn All-America honors; and IU recruit Cody Zeller named Gatorade Player of the Year. † Full Story >>

IU women's swimming and diving team wins third straight conference championship

Swimming and Diving Champs

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured the Hoosier women's swimming and diving team, which just took its third consecutive Big Ten Championship in decisive fashion. Also, men's swimming and diving is second at Big Tens; men's track and field places second at indoor conference championships; women's basketball players Jori Davis and Andrea McGuirt earn All-Big Ten honors; women's track and field finishes fifth at Big Tens; and former IU basketball coach Bob Knight is selected for the College Basketball Hall of Fame. † Full Story >>

IU football signs highly regarded recruiting class

Kevin Wilson

The February 9, 2011, issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured a story about IU's new football recruiting class. Also, Andy Bayer on the men's track and field team, posts the fastest mile in the world for 2011; the Hoosier men's soccer team signs eight in its 2011 recruiting class; IU diving takes combined and women's titles at USA Diving Nationals; football coach Kevin Wilson rounds out his coaching staff; and women's tennis is honored by President McRobbie. † Full Story >>

Drouin and Sherrill named Big Ten Field Athletes of the Week

New assistant football coaches meet with the media

Kevin Wilson

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured new additions to IU Head Football Coach Kevin Wilson's staff. Also, soccer's Will Bruin announced that he would forego his senior season at Indiana, 50 Hoosier football student-athletes enjoyed a strong showing in the classroom last semester, and IU women's basketball player Jori Davis was named Big Ten Player of the Week. † Full Story >>

IU signs Kevin Wilson to long-term deal as its new head football coach

Kevin Wilson

The Dec. 15, 2010, issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM introduced Kevin Wilson, the new head football coach for Indiana University. The Hoosier volleyball program was recognized for this record-setting 2010 run, and a number of IU athletes were featured for earning All-America, post-season and Academic All-Big Ten honors. Finally, the 2010 IBN Sports Las Vegas Classic was previewed for men's basketball. † Full Story >>

IU announces search for a new head football coach and thanks Bill Lynch for his dedicated service

Fred Glass

The December 1 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured IU Athletic Director Fred Glass's announcement that the university would search for a new football coach. Other stories: IU men's soccer coach Todd Yeagley and junior forward Will Bruin receive coach and player of the year honors from the Big Ten; volleyball Hoosiers bring in postseason conference accolades; a feature on Mike Dickbernd, the athletics photographer; cross country's NCAA finish; and football All-Big Ten honors. † Full Story >>

Men's soccer wins Big Ten title

Big Ten Title

The last issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured the Hoosier men's soccer team as regular season Big Ten champions. Also, Ben Chappell is named finalist for Weurffel Trophy, IU volleyball's date with Purdue for the Monon Spike is previewed, and information about the traffic situation around the IU athletic complex is shared. Volleyball's Jordan Haverly is named Big Ten Player of the Week, three football Hoosiers are named Academic All-district and field hockey players are honored by the Big Ten. † Full Story >>

The Gentle Giant

James Brewer

The October 27 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM introduced you to James Brewer, IU football's "gentle giant." Other stories included a preview of basketball's Oct. 29 "Night of the Living Red" and a profile of the IU strength and conditioning coach Je'Ney Jackson. The issue also covered IU women's basketball's media day and its season outlook. Finally, two Hoosier athletes were lauded by the Big Ten - volleyball's Ashley Benson was again named Defensive Player of the Week and men's soccer goalkeeper Luis Soffner also was chosen Defensive Player of the Week by the conference. † Full Story >>

Men's cross country cracks top 20

Men's Cross Country

The October 6, 2010 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured the Hoosier men's cross country team which broke into the top 10 rankings coming in at No. 7 after winning the adidas Invitational at Wisconsin. Also, IU quarterback Ben Chappell is named a semifinalist for the 2010 William V. Campbell Trophy; the Hoosier field hockey team topples No. 8 Louisville; former Hoosier golfer and Ryder Cup participant Jeff Overton designates $50,000 to IU for use in a PGA program; women's basketball player Whitney Lindsay participates in Point Guard College; water polo's Nicole Redder interns last summer at an orphanage in Ghana; and men's basketball player Christian Watford is profiled. † Full Story >>

2010 IU Athletics Hall of Fame Class Announced

Lee Corso

This issue of 24 SPORTS/ 1 TEAM featured the 2010 IU Athletics Hall of Fame Class. Also, Tom Crean's public lecture was announced, IU Athletic Director Fred Glass unveiled a core values creed for athletics, for the second time in his career quarterback Ben Chappell was Big Ten Player of the Week as was volleyball player Ashley Benson for the third time. The issue also featured an interview with IU men's basketball guard Jordan Hulls. † Full Story >>

Football Family Fun at Memorial Stadium

Memorial Stadium Scoreboard

This issue of 24 Sports/1 Team features a story about the new football game day experiences. Also, IU men's soccer is picked to finish second in the conference; IU Athletics celebrates Harold Mauro; IU quarterback Ben Chappell is a candidate for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award; IU women's basketball coach and her husband host Science Night Out; and quarterback Chappell and linebacker Tyler Replogle are Hoosier football captains. † Full Story >>

Dickerson selected for Team USA

Alex Dickerson

The July 2010 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured Hoosier outfielder Alex Dickerson, who was been named one of 22 players to make the cut for USA Baseball's 2010 National Team. Also featured was a story about IU senior quarterback Ben Chappell, who was named to the Johnny Unitas Watch List; a story on the 42 Hoosiers who were honored as Big Ten Distinguished Scholars; a feature on the rowing team's new assistant coach; and an announcement of the game time for the Western Kentucky football game in Bowling Green, as well as the IU men's and women's cross country schedules. † Full Story >>

Kirlew, Sherrill named Arthur Ashe Sports Scholars

Jammie Kirlew

The June 2010 issue of 24 Sports/1 Team featured the two Hoosier athletes who were named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars. Other stories in the issue named the end-of-year winners in IU Athletics, profiled sophomore Alex Dickerson who was named to the First Team All-American, profiled IU Hoosier Lachlan Ferguson who was named Academic All-American, and named the recent soccer player who will join the men's soccer roster. † Full Story >>

Julie Cromer appointed to compliance position

Fred Glass

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM highlighted Julie Cromer being appointed as IU's senior associate athletic director for compliance and administration. Other stories include the Hoosier baseball team earning a Big Ten tourney bid; sophomore left fielder Alex Dickerson's invitation to USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Trials; Big Ten Field Athletes of the Year Derek Drouin and Faith Sherrill; Lachlan Ferguson's Academic All-District award; and the IU women's basketball team's excellence in the classroom. † Full Story >>

Hitting the track and the books

Kulow photo

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM featured distance runner Jenny Kulow, who has a triple major in astronomy, biology and physics, a double minor in math and chemistry and hopes of becoming an astronaut. Also featured are three Scholar-Athletes and CHAMPS of the Month for March, the team CHAMPS winner, athletic director Fred Glass as the Trevor R. Brown Award winner, the Coach Hep Cancer Challenge and the Varsity Club Scholastic Achievement Awards. † Full Story >>

The year of the redshirt

Darius Willis

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM highlighted the strategy behind redshirting football players and a chat with NCAA champion swimmer Kate Fesenko. The 2010 Tailgate Tour schedule was announced, three IU student-athletes were recognized for scholastic achievement, Academic All-Big Ten picks were noted, and IU's position in the Director's Cup standings was applauded. † Full Story >>

Derek Drouin is simply the best

Derek Drouin

Read about Derek Drouin, IU's NCAA indoor track and field high jump champion, in this issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM, and visit with up-and-coming-if-not-already-there pitcher Drew Leininger. IU swimmer Kate Fesenko also became a national champion, and Angel Escobedo put himself into record books as IU's first four-time wrestling All-American. Finally, read about all 12 track and field Hoosiers who earned indoor All-American status this spring, and catch up with men's basketball "odds and trends." † Full Story >>

Historic $15 million gift continues Cook's longtime commitment to higher ed

Basketball Development Center

The March 3, 2010, issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM marks an historic $15 million gift from the Cook Group to IU Athletics. Also, get an update on a budding big Ten dynasty in swimming and diving -- this time it's the IU women. Read about the IU women's tennis team's fifth consecutive Herbert Cup award for highest team GPA, Big Ten honors for IU women's basketball, a new faculty and staff discount for IU football tickets and Big Ten crowns for IU women's track and field athletes. † Full Story >>

What I love about IU sports...

Jori Davis

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1TEAM included a Valentine's Day feature titled "What I love about IU sports." It also visited with former baseball Hoosiers Eric Arnett and Josh Phegley, took a look at Bill Lynch's 2010 football recruiting class, reviewed academic honors for several IU athletes, and caught up with former football Hoosier Tracy Porter, who was a major force for the New Orleans Saints in the team's recent Super Bowl win. † Full Story >>

Life off the track

Wil Glover

Join Hoosier track and field stars Will Glover and Jared Nuxoll off the track in this issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM -- Glover volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington and Nuxoll ventured to Australia for a marketing internship. Also, IU Athletics creates the Schlukebir Award, to be given to an IU athlete who demonstrates courage, inspiration and perseverance, in honor of a former tennis player who recently passed away after an 11-year battle with cancer. Other stories -- pick your own football seats online, follow IU sports with social networking, catch Hoosier softball this spring on the radio, and take note of upcoming Hoosier football schedules. † Full Story >>

Hoosier tidbits

Faith Sherrill

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM gave an update of how IU teams and individual athletes competing through semester break fared. Also highlighted were IU football players success in the classroom, those athletes who graduated this past December, and former Hoosier Chris Dielman, now with the Dan Diego Chargers, who was selected to play in his third Pro Bowl. Two former women basketball players at IU talk about playing the game professionally overseas, while an All Decade Soccer Team includes three former Hoosiers. † Full Story >>

IU's Mutsa Mutembwa named Rhodes Scholar

Mutsa Mutembwa

Mutsa Mutembwa, an IU field hockey player from Zimbabwe who was named a 2010 Rhodes Scholar, was featured in this 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. † Full Story >>

Sarah Pease -- Walk-on to All-American

Sarah Pease

The Dec. 2 issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM told the story of Sarah Pease, who as a high school athlete, finished next-to-last in the state track meet in the 3,200-meter run. She walked on to the IU cross country team as a freshman, and now a junior, she is an All-American cross crountry runner. The issue featured All-Big Ten picks for football and volleyball and the IU football program's season-end award winners. Also, read about IU golfer Ren Han, the first Chinese-born athlete to play men's collegiate in the U.S., and Jori Davis, IU women's basketball "superwoman." † Full Story >>

Indiana's rugged Derek Elston

Derek Elston

The Nov. 18, 2009, issue of 24 Sports/1 Team featured Jeremy Gray's column on Derek Elston. "A sturdily built 6-9, 220 pounds, Elston ran with the guards, effectively put the ball on the floor, ripped down rebounds, and passed very well for his position," wrote the IU assistant athletic director for broadcast services in his column. "He just looked like a basketball player." This issue also featured nine new baseball recruits, men's soccer in the NCAA championships, Athletic Director Fred Glass announcing football attendance milestones, Hoosier football players receiving academic honors, the women's cross country team qualifying for the NCAA national meet, and a trip to the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis by the IU women's basketball team. † Full Story >>

A pack of runners

Cross Country

The IU men's cross country runners finished in the top 10 recently at the Paul Short Run in Pennsylvania, beating ranked teams such as No. 7 Iowa and No. 19 North Carolina State. Meet them in this issue. You'll also find two hoops features -- an IU women's basketball preview and the 'Haunted Hall of Hoops' with IU men's basketball coach Tom Crean. Finally, learn more about quarterback Ben Chappell, soccer player Ofori Sarkodie and the 335 'brainiacs' in the athletic department who quite successfully combine sports with academics. † Full Story >>

Field hockey's amazing Mutsa Mutbembwa

Mutsa Mutembwa

This issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM introduces readers to IU's Mutsa Mutembwa, a field hockey player from Zimbabwe. It also covers the dedication of the North End Zone Student-Athlete Development Center, volleyball's Ashley Benson, Hoosier Hysteria, Brett Finkelmeier of the men's basketball team and football's Jammie Kirlew † Full Story >>

Glass strengthens academic and student development services staff

Fred Glass

In this inaugural issue of 24 SPORTS/1 TEAM, you'll read about new IU Athletic Director Fred Glass and changes he's made in the athletic department and in the game experience for football fans, how IU freshman men's basketball players are coming along, details on IU's fall sports, and information on an award for Grace Calhoun. † Full Story >>