Men's Basketball

    Postgame Notes - Indiana at Northwestern

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    Feb. 23, 2014

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    Indiana Postgame Notes - at Northwestern

    • Indiana increases its lead in the all-time series between the two schools to 112-48

    • The Hoosiers picked up their second road win in conference play (at Penn State)

    • IU had a season-low seven turnovers in the game, including just three in the second half

    • It was the 10th time this season that the Hoosiers had four or more players score in double figures (Sheehey, Vonleh, Williams and Ferrell all had 12 points)

    • The Hoosiers used a 18-4 run over the end of the first half and start of the second half to take their largest lead of 12 at 12:35 of the second half

    • With 10 assists in the game, it was the 16th time this season that the Hoosiers had 10 or more helpers.

    • IU pulled down 10 offensive rebounds, the 22nd game this season that they have reached double figures in that category.

    Will Sheehey's clutch 3-point field goal with 52 seconds left put the Hoosiers up eight and gave Sheehey 12 points in the game to go with six rebounds and two steals

    Noah Vonleh finished with 12 points and eight rebounds and matched his season-best with two assists

    Troy Williams posted 12 points - his highest output in Big Ten play - including three highlight reel dunks in the first half

    Kevin Yogi Ferrell was 5-of-10 from the field for his 12 points and handed out two assists.

    Stanford Robinson chipped in with five points, three rebounds and two steals off the bench

    Evan Gordon scored four points off the bench in 17 minutes

    Devin Davis scored on a turnaround jumper in the post for his two points while Jeremy Hollowell added a offensive rebound putback for his two points.

    Austin Etherington made his second start of the season (at Michigan State) and recorded two rebounds and one assist in 15 minutes of action.

     

     


       

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