COVID-19 cases within the program have forced Indiana State's men's basketball team to withdraw from its season-opening tournament.
Coaches, players and staff members associated with the Indiana State women's basketball team are in quarantine for an indefinite period of time after it was revealed Friday afternoon that someone associated with the program has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Senior forward Jamyra McChristine, a starter on the Indiana State women's basketball team, is looking forward to playing games again. But she admits that she's concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the upcoming season.
Indiana State’s men’s basketball team has gone down the road of recruiting the state of Alabama before. Four-year center Brandon Murphy, who played from 2015-19, hailed from Montgomery. Kailex Stephens, a junior college transfer from Tuscaloosa, is the latest Alabama native to don the blue-and-white of the Sycamores. He’s hoping to bring a little of bit of Alabama mentality to the basketball team in the 2020-21 season.
Wide receivers Noah Ellison (Purdue) and Harry Van Dyne (Minnesota) hope to become the latest Big Ten transfers to make their mark on Indiana State's football program.
Indiana State's new quarterback - Anthony Thompson - shares a name with one of Terre Haute's finest-ever athletes. The Sycamores signal-calling hopes to carve a name for himself too.
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