February 14, 2020

Buckeyes Roll Into Bloomington Sunday



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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State is riding a four-game win streak as they roll into Bloomington on Sunday with a showdown with the No. 20/23 Indiana Hoosiers. The Buckeyes are 15-9 overall and currently sit fifth in the Big Ten at 8-5. Indiana is one spot ahead in fourth place at 10-4. The Hoosiers have been rolling themselves as they have won six of their last seven. Two teams looking to keep the momentum churning heading down the home stretch.

Ohio State at #20/23 Indiana
Date:February 16, 2020
Time:2:00 p.m.
Venue: Assembly Hall -- Bloomington, Ind.
Live Stats:Statbroadcast
Game Notes:Ohio State | Indiana | Big Ten

  • Ohio State and Indiana will renew its rivalry Sunday as this is the second-longest running series with any Buckeye opponent.
  • The Buckeyes lead the all-time series 57-21 and are currently riding a 13-game win streak against the Hoosiers.
  • This is the start of a tough week for the Buckeyes who will play three games in seven days. They will also host Nebraska on Wednesday and travel to Rutgers next Saturday.
  • OSU is currently riding a season-high four-game win streak and sit at 15-9 overall and 8-5 in the conference. The 8-5 mark has the Buckeyes alone in fifth place heading into the weekend.
  • Indiana has won six of its last seven with the only loss in that stretch coming to league-leading Maryland. The Hoosiers are 10-4 in the conference and are in fourth place. Indiana is the only team to beat No. 1 South Carolina this year.
  • Freshman Madison Greene is coming off a career-game last Thursday as she scored 25 points, dished-out seven assists and had zero turnovers — all career-bests.
  • Since Jan. 1, the Buckeyes have made 98 three-pointers for an average of 8.9 per game. That is best in the Big Ten.
  • The Buckeyes scored 80 or more points in three of the last four games including 99 last time out. That was the most points OSU scored in a Big Ten game since the end of the 2016 season.
  • Freshman Kierstan Bell has scored in double figures in eight of the last ten games and is second on the team in scoring at 11.3 ppg.
  • Dorka Juhasz has made multiple three-pointers in each of her last five games.