Oct. 17, 2013
| Week 9
||Oct. 18 & 20, 2013
| Friday, Oct. 18
||Indiana (10-3-1, 3-3 B1G) at No. 12 Michigan (10-2-1, 4-1-1 Big Ten) 7 p.m.
| Sunday, Oct. 20
||Indiana (10-3-1, 3-3 B1G) at Michigan State (7-5-2, 1-5-0 Big Ten) 12 p.m.
|| Friday: BTN.com
|| Indiana Game Notes
||Friday | Sunday
Senior Rebecca Candler has continued the momentum she built up last year into this, her final season at IU. After setting the Indiana single-season assists record with 10 in 2012, she has six to her credit this year.
She has 17 helpers in her career, putting her in second place on the IU career assists list, trailing only Wendy Dillinger's 24 assists.
The Medina, Ohio, native also has nine career assists in Big Ten games, which is a new IU record.
DIVERSIFY THE PORTFOLIO
In the 5-0 win against Georgia Southern, Indiana had five different players record goals. The last time that happened was a 5-0 win at Xavier on Sept. 7, 2012.
For the season, a total of 10 different players have scored at least one goal for the Hoosiers and 15 have recorded at least one point.
In the Hoosiers' 10 wins this season, eight different players have recorded a game-winning goal.
For the first time since the 2007 season, Indiana opened Big Ten play with a victory after posting a 1-0 win against Minnesota on Sept. 21. Freshman Veronica Ellis' first collegiate goal proved to be the difference in the 70th minute.
Jordan Woolums knew her opportunity to help the team when they needed it would come, she just didn't know when. Well, that chance came against Illinois, when she scored a career-best two goals to help the Hoosiers to a 3-2 victory. She also assisted on Lisa Nouanesengsy's goal in the first half against Northwestern two days prior.
TRIPLE THE FUN
Senior midfielder Lisa Nouanesengsy continues to etch her name deep in the IUWS record books after her three goal performance against Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 8. She was already the only player in IU history with more than one career hat trick and now she has three to her credit.
She leads the team with eight goals this season and has a pair of game-winners. She also assisted on Veronica Ellis' game-winning goal against Minnesota. Against Northwestern, she almost single-handedly guided the Hoosiers to the win, scoring a goal in the 37th minute and then picking up the second assist on the game-winning goal in the 108th minute. It was her third game this season with at least three points.
A Huber Heights, Ohio, native, she is one of six players in IU history to amass 50 points in her career and her 21 career goals are good for sixth in IU history.
ON THE FRONT LINES
Sophomore Kayleigh Steigerwalt enters this weekend second on the team with five assists and also has four goals to her credit. All of that comes after she spent the 2012 season playing as a defender and not accumulating any points. She also provided the game-winning goal on Sept. 15 against Central Michigan.
Senior goalkeeper Shannon Flower has had a great start to her final collegiate campaign in the Cream and Crimson. Through the first 14 games, she has posted seven shutouts, leaving her one shy of tying the IU single-season record. Entering this year, Flower had two solo shutouts in 34 games played.