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David Woods

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent:
  • Indianapolis Star
Past:
  • The Courier-Journal
  • USA TODAY
  • Detroit Free Press
  • The Star Press
  • North Jersey News
  • Journal & Courier
  • Enquirer
  • C&P Top News

Recent articles by David:

USBWA names Tamika Catchings Award for nation's top freshman

Catchings, vice president of basketball operations for the Indiana Fever, was consensus freshman of the year at Tennesee in 1997-98. → Read More

Film review: Who invented the jump shot? Documentary sets the record straight

Black-and-white footage shows Kenny Sailor playing the sport differently from others, who have both feet on the ground. → Read More

Noah Droddy becomes 2nd-fastest marathoner ever out of Indiana

Noah Droddy becomes 2nd-fastest marathoner ever out of Indiana → Read More

Purdue is missing one of the nation's top WRs, but David Bell is answering the call

Warren Central's David Bell gets Purdue started toward win over Maryland. → Read More

Butler picked 8th in preseason Big East poll; Kamar Baldwin on all-league first team

Butler finished last — tied for eighth, actually — in Big East basketball last season. So the 2019-20 preseason poll should not come as a surprise. → Read More

Black coaches once ruled college basketball. Now their numbers are dwindling.

While 55% of NCAA Power Five basketball players are black, just 14% of head coaches are. → Read More

Katie Ledecky and swimmers put FINA on notice: The sport is changing

FINA is refusing to credit International Swimming League records, but Katie Ledecky's American mark will be recognized → Read More

Katie Ledecky and swimmers put FINA on notice: The sport is changing

FINA is refusing to credit International Swimming League records, but Katie Ledecky's American mark will be recognized → Read More

North Central's Futsum Zienasellassie wins U.S. 10-mile title

Zienasellassie was a surprise champion Sunday in USA Track & Field’s national 10-mile championship at Minneapolis. → Read More

'This is the future of swimming': Lilly King makes more swim history in pro league debut

The International Swimming League debuted Saturday at the Natatorium at IUPUI. → Read More

Ashley Spencer sixth in 400 hurdles at World Championships, Andy Bayer makes history

Ashley Spencer finds herself running in a golden era of the 400-meter hurdles. And this time, she could not come away with gold, silver or bronze. → Read More

Pro swim league debuts in Indy: 5 things to watch in star-studded Tokyo Olympics preview

Want to get a preview of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? Some of the world's best swimmers are descending on Indy this weekend for a first-of-its-kind event. → Read More

Butler keeps recruiting momentum, gets fourth commit in 2020 class

Michigan prospect 'Scooby' Johnson becoming a Bulldog → Read More

Is Natalie Coughlin old? Nah — she's back to boost new pro swim league

Winner of 12 Olympic medals is part of the International Swimming League debuting at IUPUI's Natatorium. → Read More

Robbie Hummel, Lilly King favor college athletes profiting off their names and images

"I know there’s a lot of money made on college basketball and football," Robbie Hummel says, "and none of it’s going to the players.” → Read More

Swim, bike, run... and study: Cathedral triathlete has an Olympic dream

The Cathedral High School senior would like to compete in an Olympic Games triathlon someday. By someday, we don’t mean 2020. Or 2024. → Read More

Schwarber's slugging season for Cubs was best by a Hoosier since Kluszewski

Former IU player Kyle Schwarber hit the most homers by a former IU player since Ted Kluszewski’s 47 in 1955. → Read More

Chloe Dygert Owen finishes fourth in World Championships road race

Chloe Dygert Owen went for a second rainbow jersey at road cycling’s World Championships, and her boldness left her without a medal in the road race. → Read More

Butler soccer survives No. 5 IU 'hurricane' to pull upset

Italian goalkeeper's save starts Butler's path to victory over national powerhouse → Read More

'She could almost stop for some tea before the finish line': Brownsburg's Chloe Dygert Owen wins world title

The 22-year-old rider from Brownsburg became the youngest time trial winner — with the biggest margin — in the history of road cycling’s World Championships. → Read More