Postgame Notes - Indiana vs. Syracuse (NCAA Tournament)
March 29, 2013
The Hoosiers finish the season with a 29-7 overall record, which is tied for fifth-most wins in a single-season in school history. It is the most wins in a season since 1992-93 (31).
Indiana advanced to the Sweet 16 for the second consecutive season, joining Ohio State and Michigan State as the only Big Ten schools to accomplish that the last two years.
Over the last two years, head coach Tom Crean had led to the Hoosiers to a 56-16 record.
It's the first time since 1994 that the Hoosiers advanced to the Sweet 16 in back-to-back seasons.
For the season, Indiana scored a total of 2,831 points, which is the third-most points ever scored in a single-season in program history.
The Hoosiers ended the year making a total of 257 3-point field goals, the third-most in a single-season in school history.
The 672 made free throws are the seventh-most in a single-season in school history.
Overall, Indiana grabbed a total of 1,378 rebounds, which is the second-most in school history.
On the year, IU came away with 255 steals, which is second all-time and just two shy of the single-season record.
The Hoosiers held opponents to 62.1 points per game, the seventh-best scoring defense output in IU history.
Indiana pulled down 12 rebounds, the 29th time this year at IU reached double figures on the offensive glass.
The Hoosiers out-rebounded the Orange for the game, 34-33, marking the 26th time that IU held an edge on the boards
Junior Victor Oladipo led Indiana with 16 points in addition to three rebounds and three steals, extending his single-season steals record to 78.
Oladipo moved into 37th place on the all-time scoring list at Indiana with 1,117 points.
Sophomore Cody Zeller recorded 10 points and 10 rebounds for his 16th career double-double and his 10th this season.
Zeller ends his sophomore campaign with 1,157 career points, putting him in 36th place on the all-time scoring list at Indiana.
Senior Christian Watford tallied 13 points and six rebounds in his final game in an IU uniform. He closes his career with 1,730 points, which is good for ninth place on the all-time scoring list at Indiana.
Watford also made his 130th career start for the Hoosiers, matching the all-time Indiana record held by current Director of Operations Calbert Cheaney.
Senior Jordan Hulls had three assists and one steal in his final game for the Hoosiers. He closes his career with 1,318 points, putting him 26th on the career scoring list at Indiana. He also goes out with 254 career 3-point field goals made, which is second-most in school history. The Bloomington native also played in his 135th game in the Cream and Crimson, the most-ever by an IU player in a career.
Junior Will Sheehey continued his strong play off the bench with nine points and four rebounds in 26 minutes.
Freshman Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell had two rebounds, one assist and one steal. On the year, Ferrell had 147 assists, which is second-most ever by an IU freshman.
Sophomore Remy Abell scored two points and had two rebounds in 10 minutes.
Freshman Jeremy Hollowell had one rebound and one assist in four minutes off the bench for the Hoosiers.
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