Found October 03, 2011 on Inside the Hall:
With the college basketball season inching closer, we’ll be taking a long look at the conference at large as well as Indiana’s roster over the next few weeks. Today, we continue our team previews with a look at the Northwestern Wildcats. The Northwestern Wildcats have been rather consistent the last two seasons. The team’s overall record in 2009-10 and 2010-11 matched at 20-14. The Wildcats made the NIT both years, falling in the first round to Rhode Island in 2009-10, while winning in the first two rounds in 2010-11 before falling to Washington State in overtime in the tournament’s Elite 8. Speaking specifically to 2010-11, Northwestern had problems with their defense — much like the Hoosiers. The team allowed its opponents to shoot an effective field-goal percentage of 52.5 percent, ranking them 311th in the country. The Wildcats also allowed 1.14 point per possession in conference play, tying them for last place in the Big Ten with Indiana. This season, the Wildcats will be witho...

Dan Persa Shows Off His Game; Leaves Injured Again

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Northwestern RB Trumpy finished for season

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Trumpy Lost For The Season

The Northwestern rushing attack was dealt a serious blow today with the news that sophomore running back Mike Trumpy has torn his ACL, and will miss the remainder of the 2011 season.

Northwestern RB latest to go down with season-ending injury

Northwestern has suffered yet another knee to the groin. Specifically, though, it’s a torn ACL — I’m noticing a trend here — that will sideline the Wildcats’ second-leading rusher for the rest of the season. Coach Pat Fitzgerald announced today that running back Mike Trumpy suffered the injury in Saturday’s loss to Illinois. After the…

Wildcats open as underdog vs Wolverines

Oct 8, 7:00 PM | Grass of Ryan Field Michigan Wolverines vs Northwestern Wildcats Odds 5-0TEAM RECORD2-2 The Wildcats will try to pay off for their supporters on Saturday when they play host to the Wolverines at Ryan Field in Week 6 action. They will face the 5-0 Wolverines, who own a 4-1 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Wildcats are 2-2 favoring the UNDER...

W. Volleyball. Wildcats To Be Tested On The Road Once Again

Fresh of its first victory of the season in Big Ten play over the Indiana Hoosiers Saturday, the Northwestern Wildcats will take the show on the road for the next two matches where they'll be greeted by a pair of top-25 opponents.

Persa set for Michigan; Trumpy out for season

Dan Persa is good to go Saturday for Northwestern against Michigan. Tailback Mike Trumpy, meanwhile, is out for the season after tearing his left ACL.
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