Named Indiana's Big Ten Sportsmanship honoree saw his first action of the season against Longwood tied his career high with three points against UNC Wilmington, on 3-of-4 shooting from the foul line in four minutes of action also tied a career high with two rebounds pulled down an offensive rebound against Coppin State recorded an offensive rebound in the NCAA Tournament game versus Arkansas looks to join father Steve (1972-75) as the first father/son combo to play hoops for four years at IU and earn a degree earned Academic All-Big Ten Honors.
JUNIOR YEAR (2006-07)
Played in five games off the bench had an assist against Penn State (3/3/07) had a board against Purdue (1/10/07) tied a career-best with three minutes against Western Illinois (12/6/06) had a rebound in that game also had a rebound against Chicago State (11/19/06) earned Academic All-Big Ten Honors.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2005-06)
Played in four contests during the season hit his first career three-pointer in the 100-63 win over Florida A&M (11/21/05) scored first points of his Hoosier career on a pair of free throws against Nicholls State (11/18/05) played two minutes and had two rebounds and an assist against Nicholls State earned Academic All-Big Ten Honors.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2004-05)
Played in two contests during the season saw the first action of his career playing the final minute against Furman (1/2/05) also played in first Big Ten game and grabbed first career rebound vs. Northwestern (3/5/05).
Walk-on guard is the son of former Indiana guard Steve Ahlfeld, who lettered for the Hoosiers from 1972-75 and has spent the last 20 years as IU's team orthopedic surgeon was the team co-captain as a senior at North Central, helping the team to a 21-4 record and its first sectional title since 1999 fellow IU guard A.J. Ratliff was a high school teammate, and Ratliff and Ahlfeld helped North Central to a No. 2 state ranking for much of the 2003-04 season earned all-league honors the son of Helen and Dr. Steve Ahlfeld was born Oct. 9, 1985 and majors in elementary education.