Tracking the true freshmen: Ohio State

Noah Vonleh was ruled out of Sunday's game with an inflamed foot and is day-to-day. In his absence, Troy Williams played a season-high in minutes with a strong performance, while Stanford Robinson struggled after one of the best games of his season.

The Indiana freshmen class continues to make an impact each game for the Hoosiers this season. With every game, will chart the production for the IU freshmen.

Here's a look at how IU's freshmen class performed Sunday evening in IU's 72-64 victory against Ohio State at Assembly Hall.

Noah Vonleh: Vonleh wasn't seen during IU's initial warm-ups Sunday afternoon, and about 30 minutes before tipoff, the news was released by Tom Crean on his Twitter account that his star freshman forward would be out for the game with an inflamed foot. Later, Vonleh was seen with a boot, which he's worn on and off this season for precautionary reasons. Crean said in his press conference after the game that Vonleh would be day-to-day with his injury.

Troy Williams: Williams played a season-high 32 minutes during IU's win. He scored eight points on 2-of-4 shooting, but he was also 4-of-5 from the free throw line, a great mark for a 67.7 percent shooter from the charity stripe this season. One of them came with just over a minute left with IU ahead seven. The Buckeyes were pressing IU, and the Hoosiers barely managed to get the ball inbounds to Yogi Ferrell, and he dished it right off to Williams, showing the confidence he had in his teammate knowing he would likely head to the line. Williams made the front end of the one-and-one. Crean gave his freshman praise after the game, saying he could tell the improvement Williams has made along the way.

Stanford Robinson: Robinson played just nine minutes coming off the bench Sunday after his 17-point performance Thursday against Iowa. He scored two points on 1-of-2 shooting and pulled down three rebounds while committing four turnovers with just one assist.

Devin Davis: Davis played a very limited role, seeing just two minutes of game time Sunday afternoon midway through the first half. He missed two layups and coughed up the ball with 7:58 left in the half. He was taken out of the game just four seconds later.

Collin Hartman: Hartman did not make it off the bench Sunday against the Buckeyes. Top Stories