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Indiana vs. Stetson: women’s basketball game notes, how to watch, more.

What to know about ALS Awareness Day at Assembly Hall.

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Indiana women’s basketball kicks off Big Ten play this Saturday at Rutgers. Before the Hoosiers duel with the Scarlet Knights, however, they’ll have to get through this afternoon’s noncon tilt versus Stetson.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game:


When is the game and how can I watch?

Game Date/Time: Sunday, December 3rd, 2:00 p.m. ET

Location: Assembly Hall, Bloomington, Indiana

TV: B1G+

Radio: WHCC 105.1 / WIUX 99.1


Game Notes

#17 Indiana (6-1, 0-0 Big Ten) The Hoosiers look fully back after an out-of-character first few games. Their most recent victory, a 67-59 result over Maine in Portland, saw woman-of-the-hour Mackenzie Holmes drop 22 in her first collegiate game in her home state.

Indiana struggled to find complementary scoring during the first half in that one, but a fantastic second frame from Sydney Parrish (17 points, 10 rebounds) proved to be the difference. If the Hoosiers can get double-digit points from three or more players, they can expect to win most games.

Stetson (2-6, 0-0 ASUN) The Hatters sit at 2-6 with wins over Iona and Webber International University... an NAIA side.

Stetson head coach Lynn Bria has won the ASUN three times but the Hatters haven’t made the NCAA Tournament since 2013. Stetson shares a conference with Lipscomb, a team Indiana dispatched 77-44 a couple weeks back.


Wear Red

Today is also ALS Awareness Day at Assembly Hall:

This game is something Indiana’s been doing for a few years now as head coach Teri Moren’s late mother, Barbara, passed away from ALS in 2014. The cause is of great importance to many people in the building.

The program is asking that all fans wear red to help raise awareness. The team wore red at home during last year’s rendition and is expected to do the same today. More information on the ALS Association Indiana Chapter can be found here.