Tracking the True Freshmen: Oakland

Indiana's true freshmen combined to score 35 points Tuesday night in IU's 81-54 victory over Oakland. See how the five players that played performed individually.

We always did a Tracking the True Freshmen feature during Indiana football season. With as productive as this freshman class continues to be for Tom Crean, we should make it a regular feature for basketball season, too.

Here is a look at how Indiana's freshmen performed Tuesday night against Oakland University.

Noah Vonleh: Vonleh just missed his seventh double-double of the season. He had eight points and 10 rebounds. He hit 3-of-5 shots from the field and hit his only two free throws. One of the reasons Vonleh has scored so many points this season is his propensity for getting to the foul line. Only getting two attempts Tuesday was the reason he didn't get that double-double. He also had one steal, one block and one turnover in 28 minutes of action.

Troy Williams: Williams scored 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting to record his first double digit scoring game in the last five and his fourth overall in 10 games this season. Williams made his only 3-point shot (his second made three of the season) and hit both of his free throw attempts. The free throws were significant because Williams was 1-of-4 at the line Saturday night against North Florida. He also had three rebounds, one assist, two turnovers and one block in 22 minutes of playing time.

Luke Fischer: Fischer played a season-high 14 minutes and matched his season-high in scoring with six points. He also had six Saturday against North Florida. His six rebounds doubled his previous season high of three. All three of his baskets came off of offensive rebounds. Four of his six boards were on the offensive end. Fischer was 3-of-4 from the field.

Stanford Robinson: Robinson had eight points including his first 3-pointer of the season in 12 minutes off the bench. He made 2-of-4 shots from the field including 1-of-2 from 3-point range. In the first nine games he had attempted a total of two 3-point field goals. He was 3-of-5 from the line, had three rebounds, two assists and two turnovers.

Collin Hartman: Hartman played five minutes and his only statistic was one defensive rebound.

Devin Davis: Davis didn't play because of a nagging ankle injury. He is day-to-day and it's uncertain if he'll be able to play Saturday against Notre Dame.

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