Women's Basketball

    This Week in IU Women's Basketball

    Go Hoosiers! Senior Whitney Lindsay
    Go Hoosiers!
    Senior Whitney Lindsay
    Go Hoosiers!

    Nov. 29, 2010

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Check out what's going on this week in Indiana women's basketball:

    Monday, Nov. 29: Listen to the 2010-11 debut of Inside IU Basketball with Felisha Legette-Jack tonight on Hoosier Country WHCC 105.1 FM in Bloomington at 6:30 p.m. The broadcast will take place live at the Holiday Inn at 1710 N. Kinser Pike with host Jeremy Gray.

    Tuesday, Nov. 30: Catch Coach Jack with Sheila Stephen on Hoosier Country WHCC 105.1 FM at 1 p.m. ET as she talks about the Hoosiers.

    Thursday, Dec. 2: The Hoosiers will hit the road for their annual ACC/Big Ten challenge game at Clemson at 7 p.m. Thursday's game will be aired throughout the state on the IU Radio Network.

    Sunday, Dec. 5: Indiana welcomes future Big Ten rival Nebraska to Assembly Hall in its first nationally-televised game of the season as part of the Big Ten/Big 12 Challenge. A special promotion will be in place as it is Take Your Kid to the Game Day. For every adult ticket purchased, fans receive a youth ticket for FREE. Tickets are just $5 and IU students with a valid university ID get in for FREE. Other promotions are happening including Diversity Day, as the Hoosiers invite different groups from the Bloomington community to celebrate how sports can bring all people together. It will also be Game One of the Sorority Sisterhood Challenge. Sororities are asked to sign in at the marketing table in the North Lobby of Assembly Hall to participate in this second annual contest. And for the halftime entertainment, the Hoosier Dance Team will perform.

    To purchase tickets to see the IU women's basketball team in action, contact the IU Ticket Office at 1-866-IUSPORTS or visit IUHoosiers.com. Fans can also catch the Hoosiers on radio, as Jeremy Gray will call the action for each game on WHCC 105.1 FM.




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