Hoosier Weekly News: IUBB Transfer Portal, IUWBB Looking Sweet, and Spring Sports Update.

The transfer portal is in full swing for Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball is looking to earn their place in the Sweet 16, and there is a Spring Sports update.

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Indiana Football
Indiana Head Coach Curt Cignetti during Indiana football spring practice at Memorial Stadium. / Rich Janzaruk/Herald-Times / USA TODAY

Spring Football and Spring Sports

The Curt Cignetti era of Indiana football is officially underway in Bloomington. The Hoosiers held their first practice last Thursday as Cignetti and his staff install their offense, defense, and culture. The pace and efficiency of the practices are a harbinger of what this new staff wants to do philosophically.

Several position battles begin this spring, none more important than quarterback. Tayven Jackson and Broc Lowery stayed after Tom Allen's departure, while Alex Cherry committed to the program out of high school and Kurtis Rourke transferred from Ohio. Indiana's spring game is scheduled for April 18th.

Spring Sports Whip Around

  • Baseball: Pitching continues to be an issue for the 12-12 Hoosiers, allowing 25 runs in their last three games (1-2). They dropped two of three to interstate rival Illinois. They take on Middle Tennessee State on Tuesday.
  • Softball: After a solid start, the Hoosiers have lost five in a row. They were swept by Penn State over the weekend. They take on Louisville on Tuesday on the road.
  • Swimming and Diving: After winning the Big Ten Championship, the women placed seventh at Nationals and the men are gearing up for Nationals.
  • Track and Field: After a solid indoor season, track and field starts at the Raleigh Relays on the campus of North Carolina State University on Thursday.

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