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  1. Jason Svoboda

    Indiana State announces two additional women?s soccer signees

    Although the 2008 Indiana State soccer team has already added 14 recruits to their roster for the upcoming season, coach Vernon Croft announced the addition of two more players to finalize the total roster to 16. More...
  2. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s basketball picks up transfer from Illinois

    The Indiana State women?s basketball program continued to add size on the perimeter with the addition of 6-foot guard and ?big-time scorer? Chelsea Buher as a transfer from the University of Illinois. More...
  3. Jason Svoboda

    NCAA racket: ISU women?s tennis prepares to take on Vandy in NCAA Tournament

    During a Tuesday practice at Duane Klueh Tennis Complex, Indiana State women?s tennis coach Malik Tabet said that ISU tennis players Jennifer Migan and Joanne Schickerling came over to the United States on the same boat. More...
  4. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s hoops recruit added to Indiana All-Star team

    Better late than never. One of Indiana State?s seven incoming freshmen, 6-foot Deja Mattox is a late addition to the Indiana All-Star team. More...
  5. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s tennis takes MVC title

    Sycamore nation has a Missouri Valley Conference championship to celebrate as the Indiana State women?s tennis team knocked off defending champion Wichita State 4-3 in the MVC championship match Sunday at Creighton. More...
  6. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s tennis wraps up perfect regular season by blanking MVC foe Evansville

    Indiana State tennis teams had their final preparations Sunday for the upcoming Missouri Valley Conference tournaments and came through in fine fashion, the women completing their unbeaten conference season with a 7-0 blanking of Evansville and the men dispatching Bradley by the same score...
  7. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s golf struggles at MVC Championships

    Indiana State?s women?s golf team remained in 10th place Monday after shooting a second-round score of 337 at the State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Championships at Oak Hills Country Club. More...
  8. Jason Svoboda

    After shaky start, ISU women?s tennis sails against Wichita State

    The constant drone outside of semitrailers on Interstate 70 drowned out the groans inside as the Indiana State women?s tennis team got off to a shaky start Friday in dropping the doubles point to two-time defending Missouri Valley Conference champion Wichita State. More...
  9. Jason Svoboda

    Underclassmen lead way as ISU women?s golf grows as team

    The Indiana State women?s golf team is literally and figuratively coach Mike Whitson?s baby ? he?s seen his players and team develop right from the beginning. More...
  10. Jason Svoboda

    Expectations are high for ISU women?s tennis

    On the one hand, fourth-year Indiana State women?s tennis coach Malik Tabet has high expectations for his four senior players ? three of them being his first recruiting class ? in their final season. More...
  11. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s team still has plenty to play for against Missouri State

    The Indiana State women?s basketball team has lost three in a row and has fallen to 4-8 in the Missouri Valley Conference. More...
  12. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s basketball indefinitely suspends junior Annie Bankhead

    The Indiana State women?s basketball team had lost three of five games going into its road trip to Bradley and Northern Iowa last week, so the last thing the Sycamores needed was a distraction. More...
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    Womens BBall

    Annie Bankhead dismissed from team. good source
  14. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s tennis falls to Michigan State

    Indiana State freshman Valeriia Petrovych notched her first career win while senior Jennifer Migan remained undefeated, the newest and most veteran of players for ISU scoring the only two points as the Sycamores fell to Michigan State University 5-2 at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. More...
  15. Jason Svoboda

    Indiana State women?s slide continues at Wichita State

    A 35-percent shooting performance and 22 turnovers spelled doom for the Indiana State women?s basketball team Friday at Wichita State.The Sycamores lost 74-66, ending a string of seven straight wins against the Shockers, who snapped an 0-6 start to their Missouri Valley Conference season. More...
  16. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s 2008 class could be Wiedie?s best

    The Indiana State women?s basketball team?s five-woman 2008 recruiting class appears ready to take the court already.The class includes a player at each position on the floor, all appearing to fit into a role in coach Jim Wiedie?s system. More...
  17. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s 2008 class could be Wiedie?s best

    The Indiana State women?s basketball team?s five-woman 2008 recruiting class appears ready to take the court already.The class includes a player at each position on the floor, all appearing to fit into a role in coach Jim Wiedie?s system. More...
  18. Jason Svoboda

    ISU women?s basketball has easy time with Arkansas-Pine Bluff behind post play, free

    Indiana State?s pair of 6-foot-2 centers could not be stopped Sunday by Arkansas-Pine Bluff, especially in a place where the opponent was its most defenseless.Sophomore reserve Maria Olsthoorn and senior starter Laura Rudolphi did most of their damage at the free throw line in the Sycamores...
  19. Jason Svoboda

    Indiana State women?s golf earns first win at Austin Peay

    For the first time in the two-year history, the Indiana State women?s golf program won a collegiate golf tournament, albeit a rain-shortened event on Monday. More...
  20. Sycamore624

    Womens Golf: Sycamores Earn First Tournament Victory

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -- For the first time in the two-year history of the Indiana State women?s golf program, the Sycamores have finished at the top of a collegiate golf tournament leader board. ISU finished tied with OVC-rival Eastern Illinois for first place at the F&M Bank Austin Peay...
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