Author: TDH Staff

Former IU baseball star and current Philadelphia Phillies slugger Kyle Schwarber has hit 28 home runs over the last two months of June. According to Jayson Stark of the Athletic, he has the highest June home run rate of any player in the modern era, including second place Babe Ruth.  “That’s a pretty cool stat,” Schwarber said in the interview below. Selected in the first round of the 2014 MLB Draft (fourth overall) by the Cubs, Schwarber is the highest draft pick in Indiana baseball history. In IU history, he ranks fifth in slugging percentage (.607), sixth in home runs…

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Watch below multiple highlight reels from the last few weeks of class of 2023 5-star Xavier Booker. The 6-foot-11 Indianapolis (Cathedral H.S.) product has elevated himself to the top-10 of the national rankings after a strong spring and early summer. Indiana has made Booker a primary recruiting target for their 2023 class. See also:  Booker on his latest IU visit and what’s next with his recruitment https://youtu.be/F-GPoqTAAc4 https://youtu.be/YN4pAN_jyQA https://youtu.be/O6l_-cmZCNg The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find us on Facebook:  thedailyhoosier You can follow us on Twitter:  @daily_hoosier Seven ways to support completely free IU coverage at no cost to you.

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Watch below as former IU player Jordan Hulls met with the media on Thursday afternoon to discuss his return to the program. Hulls retired from his overseas basketball career to become the Team and Recruiting Coordinator at IU. Hulls played for the Hoosiers from 2009-13 and was part of a group which won the 2013 Big Ten outright championship, its first in 20 years, made two NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances and was the No. 1 team in the country for the better part of the 2012-13 season.  He finished his career ranked 30th in IU scoring with 1,318 points, was…

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Watch as Indiana star forward Trayce Jackson-Davis joined Andy Katz of the Big Ten Network for a Q&A session. Jackson-Davis discussed his decision to return to IU and the outlook for both him and the team in 2022-23. The 6-foot-9 Greenwood, Ind. product announced his decision to return to IU in May. See also:  Summer development series — Trayce Jackson-Davis https://youtu.be/4X_TpMhz4gM Video credit – Big Ten Network The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find us on Facebook:  thedailyhoosier You can follow us on Twitter:  @daily_hoosier Seven ways to support completely free IU coverage at no cost to you.

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Watch as Indiana freshman point guard Jalen Hood-Schifino met with the media on Thursday afternoon via Zoom. Hood-Schifino was a consensus top-25 prospect according to the four major national recruiting sites. The 6-foot-5 native of Pittsburgh is the highest rated incoming recruit in the Big Ten, and led his Montverde (Fla.) Academy team to its sixth GEICO High School national championship and second straight. He scored 14 points and hit three triples in the Jordan Brand Classic. See also:  Hood-Schifino senior season highlights https://youtu.be/XD5jH7M7P0A The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find us on Facebook:  thedailyhoosier You can…

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Below is the updated IU basketball roster for the 2022-23 campaign, reflecting player additions and departures since the end of the season, and staff changes. Click on each player’s name for our ongoing summer development series.  For information on jersey number changes and other minor updates, GO HERE. The 2022-23 season will begin on Nov. 7.  For known aspects of the schedule, GO HERE. (Note:  this post has been added to our IU basketball drop down menu for future reference.  We will continue to make updates as warranted.) The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find…

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Listen as IU basketball players Anthony Leal, Jordan Geronimo and Miller Kopp joined the Crimson Cast podcast. The trio took a look back at last season, their summer training plans, and the outlook for the 2022-23 campaign.  The player segments begin about 11 minutes into the podcast. The podcast was put together to support The Hoosier Ticket Project, a 501(c)(3) organization you can learn more about and support HERE. For a complete library of podcasts and interviews with current and former players and coaches, GO HERE. Want us to share your interview with a current or former IU athlete, coach…

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Listen as IU basketball legend Isiah Thomas reviews the 1981 championship team on the Run it Back podcast. Thomas shares memories and experiences with that team, being coached by Bobby Knight, and his connection to the Indiana program today including his thoughts on head coach Mike Woodson. At IU, Thomas started every game he played. He was a member and leader of two Indiana teams that won Big Ten Championships. During his second and final season at IU in 1980-81, Thomas led the Hoosiers in scoring and set a single-season school record for assists with 197. In the 1981 national…

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Missing IU sports? The Big Ten Network will have you covered for 24 hours straight beginning on Friday morning. The network will run the gamut of IU Athletics with memorable games and documentaries, including the recently released story of the life of trailblazing IU football great George Taliaferro, IU basketball’s win over Purdue in January, and the 2020 football win over Penn State. Here is the full 24-hour schedule for Friday, June 17 and into Saturday morning: 6:00am B1G Women’s Soccer: Iowa at Indiana Alyssa Walker and the Hawkeyes travel to Bloomington to face-off against Jen Blitchok and the Hoosiers.…

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Listen as IU basketball legend Calbert Cheaney joined the 1 Star Recruits podcast this week. Cheaney’s 2,613 career points from 1989-93 still stand as the most in IU and Big Ten history.  The three-time All-American led the Hoosiers to 105 wins during his four seasons on campus, including four NCAA Tournament appearances, two Big Ten titles and a run to the 1992 Final Four. Cheaney averaged 22.4 points and 6.2 rebounds per game on his way to earning Big Ten and National Player of the Year honors as a senior in 1993. He was selected No. 6 overall in the…

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