Last year’s Senior Night was one of the most anticipated I could remember.
It was the final time Christian Watford, Derek Elston, and fan favorite extraordinaire Jordan Hulls would be taking the court at Indiana … and the team was playing to clinch an outright Big Ten title at home.
The Hoosiers flopped, losing to Ohio State 67-58. It was a sluggish, disappointing performance...
Former Indiana forward Derek Elston became the fourth player from last season’s Big Ten championship team to sign a professional contract earlier this week when the Tipton native inked a deal to play in Malta. Here’s an official release from IU on the signing, including comments from Tom Crean and Elston: BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Derek [...]The post Derek Elston signs professional...
Welcome to “That’s A Wrap,” our player-by-player recap of the 2012-2013 Indiana Hoosiers. Today: Derek Elston.
Elston (19 games): 1.1 ppg, 0.8 rpg, 28.6% FG, 22.2% 3PFG, 70.0% FT in 6.3 minutes per game.
When Derek Elston looks back at his senior season at Indiana, he will likely feel a bit unfulfilled. There’s no doubt his final year in Bloomington turned out to be an opportunity...
Much discussion has surrounded the preseason #1-ranked Indiana Hoosiers, as they’re re-climbing the ranks of the sport faster than most thought they would.
With lofty expectations officially getting kicked off last Saturday as ‘Hoosier Hysteria’ was hosted at Assembly Hall, things couldn’t be better in ‘B-Town.’
However, Wednesday evening a bit of cold water was thrown...
Indiana senior forward Derek Elston has suffered a torn meniscus that will require surgery and force him to miss several weeks of the regular season.
The news was first reported by Zach Osterman of Inside Indiana and Inside the Hall has confirmed the report.
Elston is expected to have surgery to repair the injury this week.
The 6-foot-8 senior averaged 4.2 points and 2.4 rebounds...
Derek Elston entered today's game with Iowa averaging 4.1 points per game. Tied 18-18 early in the 1st half Elston scored 8 points in 1:09, starting a 36-19 run by the Hoosiers to take control in the first half.
Click through the break to see the whole sequence on video.
When Indiana takes the court on Thursday night for its final game before Big Ten play, the Hoosiers will be without Derek Elston.
Indiana coach Tom Crean announced today that Elston had minor surgery on Tuesday to repair a fracture in his nose.
The injury was sustained via an inadvertant elbow in practice from sophomore Victor Oladipo.
“Derek Elston’s gonna miss tomorrow, because...