A good time to be a Hoosier

Fans of IU Athletics have a lot to cheer about. The football team routinely plays in post-season bowl games and was ranked 12th in the AP poll in 2020. The Women's basketball team advanced to their first Elite Eight showing during the 2021 NCAA tournament. Men’s basketball has a total of 5 National Championships. In 2020, for the 15th time in program history the Men's soccer team made it to NCAA championship game. The baseball team won the Big Ten Championship in 2019. Add in our swimming and diving squads, perennially among the nation’s best, and you have the Spirit of Indiana: 24 Sports, One Team.

24men’s and women’s varsity sports, most of which you can see for free

55+club and intramural sports, from basketball to Quidditch

Lilly King

As an IU student, Indiana native Lilly King turned Olympic aspirations into realities. This Hoosier set American records in both her 2016 NCAA title swims, set an Olympic record at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and brought home two Olympic gold medals. As an alum, Lily won 5 Olympic medals in the 2020 Tokyo games.

Explore IU’s traditions, spirit, and recreation

Start at Welcome Week, which takes place before the fall semester. Attend the Traditions and Spirit of IU pep rally—where you’ll learn the fight song—and try out our recreational sports at RecFest.