INDIANA ATHLETICS HIGHLIGHTS
IU's Athletic Legacy
- 25 National Team Titles
- Eight in Men's Soccer
- Six in Men's Swimming and Diving
- Five in Men's Basketball
- Three in Men's Cross Country
- One in Men's Outdoor Track & Field
- One in Women's Tennis
- One in Wrestling
- 143 Individual NCAA Titles
- 191 Olympians
- Representing 22 countries
- 49 Olympic gold medal winners
- 88 overall medal winners
- 169 Big Ten Team Titles
- 1,010 Big Ten Individual Titles
IU Athletics Highlights, 2012-2013
- Men's Soccer wins its eighth NCAA title.
- Men's Basketball wins its first outright Big Ten conference title since 1992.
- First back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances since 1994.
- Victor Oladipo named National Player of the Year by The Sporting News.
- Baseball makes its first trip ever to the College World Series.
- First Big Ten team to advance to the CWS since 1984.
- First outright Big Ten title in 81 years and conference tournament champions.
- Derek Drouin becomes the first man to ever win five NCAA high jump titles
- Also named National Field Athlete of the Year (in both indoor and outdoor) and the Jess Owens Award winner for the Best Big Ten Male Athlete of the Year.
- Baseball Head Coach Tracy Smith and Men's Soccer Head Coach Todd Yeagley earn National Coach of the Year honors.
- First time two IU coaches have earned national honors in the same year.
- IU places second in the Men's Capital One Cup standings.
- Highest finish in school history.
- Seven student-athletes named Big Ten Athlete/Player of the Year.
- Most in the Big Ten Conference.
- 15 sports qualify for post season play.
- Eight sports finish the season ranked in the nation's top 15.
- 54 student-athletes named All-Americans.
- Student-athletes earn an average cumulative GPA of 3.15.
- 236 student-athletes earn Academic All-Big Ten distinction.
- 55 student-athletes named Big Ten Distinguished Scholars.
- IU wins the Crimson and Gold Cup once again.
- Haven't lost this head-to-head competition against Purdue since 2006-2007.
- Ciersten Burks (Women's Soccer) and Jordan Hulls (Men's Basketball) named the 2013 recipients of the Spirit of Indiana Director's Awards.
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