Indiana lost their fifth straight game Saturday, falling to the undefeated Hawkeyes, 35-27.
The Indiana University Field Hockey Complex is hosting the Big Ten Tournament this weekend.
The Hoosiers began their two game exhibition slate with a victory over the Ottawa Gee-Gees.
Although the Hoosiers haven't won any of the four Big Ten games played so far, the broadcast exposure has been beneficial for the football program.
The university says it recruited Mandarin-speaking student broadcasters and will train them through the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology.
Hoosier Hysteria gave fans a chance to see both the men's and women's teams for the first time this season.
Schwarber has hit five homers during the Cubs' postseason run.
Days after losing a 25-point lead in the second half to Rutgers at Memorial Stadium, coach Kevin Wilson is trying to use the loss as a teaching lesson.
IU's homecoming lineup includes downtown decorations, a parade, pep rally and football this weekend.
2,300 tickets for Game 3 will be distributed to fans for free today at noon at the Fieldhouse box office.