Postgame Notes - Indiana vs. Kennesaw State
Dec. 22, 2013
Indiana Post game Notes
Indiana vs. Kennesaw State
Dec. 22, 2013
• Indiana wins the first meeting between the two teams and improves to 10-3 on the season and 66-19 (.777 winning pct.) since 2011-12, including a 44-3 record at Assembly Hall (the most home wins in the nation over that time frame).
• IU won its ninth consecutive game at Assembly Hall and has won 38 straight non-conference games on Branch McCracken Court.
• The Hoosiers had 13 players score in the game, marking the seventh time this season 10-or-more players have found the scoring column.
• Indiana had four players score in double-figures, the sixth time this season they have had four more players reach double digits.
• The Hoosiers shot 32-of-51 from the field (62.7 percent), the fifth game this season they have shot 50 percent or better.
• The last time Indiana shot 60 percent or better from the floor in a game was Dec. 19, 2012, vs. Mount Saint Mary’s (36-51, .706).
• IU finished with a 41-29 advantage on the boards, and have yet to be outrebounded by an opponent this season.
• Indiana made 23 free throws in the game compared to just 16 attempts for Kennesaw State. It is the seventh game this season that IU has made more than its opponent has attempted, and the Hoosiers are 7-0 in those games.
• Indiana held a 58-26 advantage in points in the paint. The 58 points in the paint is a season-high and fourth time this season the Hoosiers have had at least 50 points in the paint.
• The Hoosiers trailed 4-6 early in the opening period and used an 18-5 run to push ahead to a 22-11 lead.
• Indiana dished out a season-high 18 assists, the fourth game this season they have recorded 15 or more assists. Eight different players tallied an assist for the Hoosiers.
• The Hoosiers had a season-high 11 steals for the game by six different players. It’s the third game this year for IU with 10+ steals.
• Sophomore Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell scored 25 points, his third game this season and fourth career game with 20 or more points. Ferrell added six rebounds, five assists and one steal.
• Senior Will Sheehey scored 15 points, his third consecutive game in double-figures and 38th game of his career in double digits. Sheehey added three rebounds, three assists and one steal.
• Freshman Noah Vonleh scored 14 points and pulled down nine rebounds.
• Freshman Luke Fischer scored a season-high 10 points and tied his season-high with three blocks.
• Freshman Troy Williams scored seven points and contributed four rebounds, four assists and four steals.
• Freshman Stanford Robinson scored six points.
• Freshman Devin Davis had four points and three rebounds.
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