Indiana women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year for the 2022-23 season, the conference announced Tuesday.
This season, Moren has led the Hoosiers to a 26-2 overall record, a 16-2 record in conference, an outright Big Ten title, a No. 2 ranking in the AP Poll and a 1-seed in the conference tournament — all program firsts.
This is the second time an Indiana coach has received conference COTY honors. The first was also Moren, when she earned the award 2015-16 after improving from a 12th-place finish in the Big Ten the year prior to fourth in the conference and an NCAA Tournament bid.
Moren and the Hoosiers will have the opportunity to add more honors and trophies to its case in March, beginning with the Big Ten Tournament in Minneapolis. Indiana’s first game will be at 12:30 p.m. Friday in the Target Center against the winner of 8-seed Nebraska and 9-seed Michigan State.
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