To say Indiana started their game hot on Thursday evening would be a major understatement.
The No. 14 Hoosiers were scorching the Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall nets in the first half against the best scoring defense in the Big Ten.
IU opened the game against Michigan by making their first 15 shots, and they weren’t just shooting layups. The Hoosiers made six 3-pointers as part of their incredible start in Bloomington.
Sydney Parrish made five of the shots including three 3-pointers during the improbable run. Mackenzie Holmes made six shots, Sara Scalia three, and Chloe Moore-McNeil one as IU torched the Wolverines from inside and out.
According to the Big Ten Network, it was the first time in a Division I game a team has started by making their first 15 shots since 1999.
After a perfect 13-of-13 first quarter, the run extended into the second stanza as IU built a 40-17 lead after the 15th straight field goal.
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