March 9, 2017
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INDIANAIndiana snapped Iowa's four-game winning streak and captured its first Big Ten Tournament victory vs. the Hawkeyes (now 1-2 vs. Iowa).
Indiana scored 95 points tonight, the second-most ever by a team at the Big Ten Tournament. Maryland holds the record with 97 points scored against Nebraska in last year's tournament.
The 95 points scored by Indiana tonight are the most ever by the Hoosiers at the Big Ten Tournament, easily surpassing their previous high of 83 points against Ohio State in 2004.
Indiana hit 12 3-pointers against the Hawkeyes, the most ever by the Hoosiers at the Big Ten Tournament.
Junior James Blackmon Jr. scored 23 points against the Hawkeyes. The 23-point performance is the junior's 11th game of 20 points or more this season.
Freshman De'Ron Davis scored a career-high points 15 points against the Hawkeyes, surpassing his previous career-high of 14. His performance marked the sixth time this season that Davis has scored in double figures.
Sophomore Thomas Bryant set a new career-high and team-high this season with five blocks. Bryant's 11 points marks the 20th time this season the sophomore has scored in double figures.
Freshman Devonte Green scored 10 points against Iowa, his third game this season scoring in double figures.
With tonight's victory, Indiana has advanced to the quarterfinals where they will take on No. 2 Wisconsin at 6:30 p.m. The Hoosiers are 2-2 all-time against the Badgers at the Big Ten Tournament.
IOWAFreshman Jordan Bohannon made 6-of-11 3-point field goals vs. Indiana, scoring a team-high 24 points and matching his career best (24 at Maryland, 1/19/17). Of his 96 field goals in 2016-17, 73 (or 76.0%) have been from beyond the arc.
Iowa's Isaiah Moss tied the school Big Ten Tournament record with five steals vs. Indiana, all of which came in the first half. Jeff Horner (vs. Minnesota, 3/10/06) and Luke Recker (vs. Wisconsin, 3/8/02) also share that Hawkeye record in Big Ten Tournament games.
Cordell Pemsl, coming off the bench, recorded a double-double with 15:14 remaining in the second half (in approximately his first 17 minutes of action). He scored 14 points and 11 rebounds for the game, his first double-double of the season.
The Hawkeyes' Big Ten Tournament record fell to 15-18 all-time.