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    Oct. 9, 2013

    GAMES 12-13: Indiana at No. 18 Iowa (6-5) / vs. Pacific (3-8)
     Date Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 | Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013
     Time 4 p.m. ET | 3 p.m. ET
     Location Grant Field | Iowa City, Iowa
     Live Stats Iowa | Pacific
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    The Last Meeting
    October 5, 2012
    Bloomington, Ind.
    Field Hockey Falls to No. 11 Iowa in Overtime
    The Indiana field hockey team dropped a 2-1 decision in overtime to visiting No. 11 Iowa at the IUFH Complex this afternoon.

    The Last Meeting
    October 25, 2009
    Bloomington, Ind.
    No. 20 Indiana Ends Home Season with 3-0 Win Over Pacific
    The No. 20 Indiana field hockey team ended the home season with a 3-0 win over Pacific on Senior Day, with goals from seniors Meg O'Connell and Haley Funk and freshman Brooke Borneman, all coming in the second half.

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana field hockey team hits the road this weekend for a pair of games in Iowa City, Iowa where they will take on No. 18 Iowa on Friday, Oct. 11 at 4 p.m. ET before competing in a neutral site contest with Pacific on Satuday, Oct 12 at 3 p.m. ET.

    Indiana went 0-2 last weekend with losses to Michigan State and No. 17-ranked Louisville. 

    The Hoosiers nearly came back against the Spartans in Friday’s contest. Facing a 4-1 deficit with just 12 minutes remaining, Indiana netted two goals in three minutes to pull within one. A penalty corner with just over a minute to play presented a scoring opportunity for the Hoosiers, but IU was unable to convert, falling the MSU by a score of 4-3. 

    Sydney Supica paced the IU attack with her first multi-goal performance of her career. Danielle McNally scored once for the Hoosiers, while Hannah McDermott and Mollie Getzfread each earned a pair of assists.

    Indiana traveled to Louisville for a non-conference tilt on Sunday, Oct. 6. The Hoosiers were unable to put one on the scoreboard as they suffered a 3-0 loss to the No. 17-ranked Cardinals. 

    Despite the loss, Maggie Olson set a new personal single-game career high with 11 saves, surpassing her previous best effort of nine in a single contest.

    Indiana and Iowa will meet for the 16th time since IU added field hockey in 2000. The Hawkeyes lead the all-time series 4-12 and have won the past three consecutive matchups inclduing an overtime win in Bloomington last season.

    The No. 18-ranked Hawkeyes are currently 6-5 on the year and 0-2 in Big Ten conference play under 14th-year head coach Tracey Griesbaum. Iowa is led by Natalie Cafone’s 23 points on the season. She also leads the Hawkeyes in both goals and assists.


    Indiana is slated to take on Pacific in a neutral site contest on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Hoosiers are 4-0 all-time with the Tigers and have not competed with Pacific since the 2009 season when IU shutout the Tigers 3-0 in Bloomington.

    Currently, Pacific sits at 3-8 on the season with a 1-2 record in Nor-Pac action under first-year coach, Andy Smith. Emily Tregoning leads the Tiger’s with nine points this season and is tied for a team-best three goals with teammate Melissa Maultsby.


    • Indiana’s Maggie Olson became the first IU goalkeeper to record three consecutive shutouts in program history.
    • Audra Heilman set a program single-game record in the Hoosiers’ 11-0 win over Saint Louis (Sept. 6) when she recorded nine points (three goals, three assists) against the Billikens. Both were also single-game career hights for the junior.
    • Indiana’s 11-0 win over Saint Louis surpasses the Hoosiers’ previous record of nine goals scored against Lindenwood on October 8, 2006.
    • Indiana returns 16 letterwinners for the 2013 campaign, including 2012 All-Big Ten selections Audra Heilman and Hannah Boyer.
    • Audra Heilman, Hannah Boyer and Danielle McNally were all named to the 2013 Big Ten Players to Watch list.
    • The returning members of this year’s team accounted for 80 out of 118 points tallied in 2012.
    • Audra Heilman and Sydney Supica each participated in the U.S. Field Hockey Under-21 Women’s National Championship this summer in Norvolk, Va.
    • Indiana’s regular season home opener is slated for Friday, Sept. 6 against Saint Louis, where IU assistant coach Kate Lipton spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach.
    • There are six newcomers on the team, each hailing from California, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Ireland.
    • In the latest NFHCA Poll, seven opponents on the Hoosiers’ 2013 slate appear this week.




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