Between true freshmen, transfers and coaches, there are six new faces within the volleyball program.
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The future of Indiana volleyball is bright. Head coach Steve Aird has successfully secured three top-tier 2025 recruits: Charlotte Vinson (Indiana), Isabela Haggard (Kentucky), and Aniya Warren (Illinois). This will likely be Aird’s highest-rated recruiting class since coming to Bloomington six years ago. Vinson and Haggard, regarded as the best players in their respective states, are joined by Warren, who also boasts an impressive ranking at No. 4 in Illinois.
After nearly squandering a three-run lead late against Kent State on Tuesday, freshman pitcher Brayden Risedorph came in and picked up his first save for the Hoosiers to keep Indiana perfect at home this season with a 4-3 win.
Mackenzie Holmes misses Indiana's first-round victory, but Hoosiers 'very optimistic' she'll return soon
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Despite playing without All-American Mackenzie Holmes for the first time all season, the No. 1-seed Indiana Hoosiers advanced to the second round after a 77-47 victory against No. 16 Tennessee Tech at Assembly Hall on Saturday afternoon.
The Indiana Hoosiers defeated rival Purdue 83-60 Sunday afternoon in front of a sold-out Assembly Hall. Here are a few takeaways:
‘Not your normal freshman’: Half a world from home, Yarden Garzon claims key role for surging Indiana
Yarden Garzon has proven herself to be a composed, even-keeled player on the court despite being just a freshman at Indiana. However, staying calm on the hardwood hasn’t always come so easily for the Israeli native.
The Indiana women’s basketball team defeated the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 91-68 in a Sunday matinee game. Here’s a few takeaways from the victory:
Indiana had already knocked off a handful of Top 25 teams this season, but this one was different. It came against No. 2 Ohio State, 78-65, in front of a record-setting crowd of 10,455 fans, and propelled the Hoosiers to the top of the Big Ten standings.
The sixth-ranked Indiana women’s basketball team will face its highest-ranked opponent this season when No. 2 Ohio State comes to Assembly Hall on Thursday night in a matchup that will determine first place in the Big Ten.
Indiana women’s basketball coach Teri Moren became the school’s all-time winningest coach on Wednesday night.
Less than 24 hours after the men took care of North Carolina, the Indiana women’s basketball team, despite playing without arguably its best all-around player, did the same to the Tar Heels.
Indiana women’s basketball faced the Bowling Green Falcons and defeated them 96-61 to remain perfect on the early season.
The Indiana Hoosiers faced the UMass Lowell Riverhawks on Friday night at Assembly Hall and were easily able to grab their second win of the season. With the early dominance of Mackenzie Holmes along with a strong defensive showing, the team held UMass Lowell to just 37 points.
The Indiana Hoosiers defeated Kentucky Wesleyan 86-43 in their first exhibition game of the season on Friday night. It provided a first look at the seven new additions to the team, as well as a front row seat to the highlight-worthy plays that the likes of Mackenzie Holmes and Grace Berger can make this season. While the stakes were low, here are a few takeaways from the matchup:
As Indiana women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren enters her 10th year in Bloomington and is coming off two of the most successful years in program history, she looks to take another step forward with a strong group of returnees along with four new freshmen and three transfers.
It took nearly 322 minutes, but, under the lights of Bill Armstrong Stadium on Thursday night, the Hoosiers' scoring drought finally vanished in a commanding 3-0 victory against the Indiana State Sycamores. It came on a special night for the Hoosiers, as they celebrated goalkeeper Bethany Kopel, midfielder Megan Wampler and defender Karlee Luker on Indiana’s Senior Night.
With head coach Erwin van Bennekom at the helm, Indiana’s women’s soccer team is primed for continued success this season. While the addition of a myriad of new talent could initially be a challenge, it may very well prove to be the X-factor that the Hoosiers needed. Although the upcoming season is filled with plenty of unknowns, here’s what we do know so far: