Wisconsin at IU women

Senior Danilsa Andujar fouled on an offensive rebound with 3.2 seconds left. She makes both free throws, and Wisconsin’s halfcourt heave was just long as IU finally gets in the win column for the first time in Big Ten play. Andujar finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Aulani Sinclair scored 19 points, and Sasha Chaplin added 12. HOOSIERS 62, BADGERS 60

:30.3: Tie game, Indiana ball with a chance to hold for last shot. HOOSIERS 60, BADGERS 60

3:02: Last media timeout, and Indiana clinging to a one-point lead. Hoosiers were in a similar spot a week and a half ago against Illinois and couldn’t quite finish. HOOSIERS 56, BADGERS 55

6:20: Indiana twice pushed the lead out to six, but Wisconsin rallies within one again. Both teams looking very tired before this latest timeout. IU ball out of the break. HOOSIERS 52, BADGERS 51

11:39: Wisconsin went up by three, but Indiana responded with Chaplin scoring on an inbounds lob play and Alisha Goodwin getting a layup. HOOSIERS 45, BADGERS 44

15:00: Wisconsin took its first lead since it was 2-0 just a minute into the second half, but the teams have traded baskets since with Indiana see-sawing back in front on a Sinclair putback a moment ago. HOOSIERS 39, BADGERS 38

Indiana dominated most of the half, holding a double-digit lead for much of the final six minutes, but Wisconsin heated up from 3, and IU seemed to tire late in the half. Aulani Sinclair with 11 points to lead the Hoosiers, who shot 43.8 percent for the half. Wisconsin got 11 points from Taylor Wurtz while shooting 33.3 percent overall, but 6-of-13 from 3. HOOSIERS 33, BADGERS 29

3:33: Indiana pushed the lead to as many as 12 before back-to-back Wisconsin 3s cut that in half. Milika Taufa responded with a 15-footer to stem the tide. HOOSIERS 28, BADGERS 20

7:10: IU continues to control this game, holding Wisconsin to 4-of-20 shooting to this point. Hoosiers are firing at a 50 percent clip (10-of-20). HOOSIERS 21, BADGERS 12

11:47: The Indiana offense has cooled considerably thanks to six total turnovers, but Wisconsin has yet to find its rhythm. HOOSIERS 12, BADGERS 5

14:58: After Wisconsin scored the game’s first basket, it’s been all Indiana as the Hoosiers are currently on a 10-0 run to take command. Aulani Sinclair cooking with three early jumpers, plus a Sasha Chaplin putback and Andrea Newbauer driving layup has provided the offense. Defense already forcing four turnovers. HOOSIERS 10, BADGERS 2

It’s Senior Night at Assembly Hall for the Indiana women’s team, which will try snap the 0-fer-Big Ten skid against Wisconsin, which is tied for 10th in the conference with four wins. It’s also Senior Night for Danilsa Andujar and Alisha Goodwin, while another senior, Georgie Jones, will be applying for a medical redshirt after suffering a knee injury early in the season and is likely to return next year. Also, junior Jasmine McGhee, the Hoosiers’ leading scorer, has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in her foot and is out for the remainder of the season. Updates here and on Twitter.


  1. I don’t know you Hank but hope you running naked is ok with everyone in the house. I would never do it. 🙂

  2. This doesn’t change the fact that this team is terribly coached. While I am happy for the two seniors winning the game on the night that they are honored, coach Jack has done a terrible job of recruiting and coaching! This team’s record has deteriorated over the last 4 years! Fred Glass, get us a coach that is up to the task!!

  3. i agree with Mike, while coach Jack seems to be a great person(Mike Davis,Bill Lynch) she is just way over her head in the Big10.

    it’s time to get someone to bring IU out of the shadows and into the spotlight!

    all that said thank you seniors and thank you coach Jack!

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