Coming off a strong finish in their last game at Michigan, the Hoosiers picked up where they left off against Ohio State Thursday night at Assembly Hall. After controlling much of the first half, the Hoosiers failed to match the level of intensity as the Buckeyes, led by their senior point guard Samantha Prahalis, went on to defeat the ladies in crimson and cream 73-55. Aulani Sinclair scored a career-high 27 points for the Hoosiers in the team’s losing effort. With the loss, Indiana falls to 0-8 in the Big Ten.
Hoosier Softball faces their first Big Ten home series at the new Andy Mohr Field and prepares for the rest of the Big Ten competition. Emily Hopkins reports from Bloomington.