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Indiana women’s basketball’s Chloe Moore-McNeil set to return for fifth season


Indiana women’s basketball senior guard Chloe Moore-McNeil announced she’ll remain in Bloomington to exercise her fifth year of eligibility, according to her post on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Saturday. 

Here to stay❤️

It was previously unclear whether Moore-McNeil planned to take advantage of her COVID year as Senior Day looms Sunday against Maryland. Senior guard Sydney Parrish previously announced Dec. 9 after defeating Rutgers that she would use her COVID year next season. 

Moore-McNeil averages 10.1 points, 4.7 assists and 3.3 rebounds per game this season, guiding the No. 14 Hoosiers to a 23-4 overall record alongside a 14-3 mark in Big Ten play. 

The Greenfield, Tennessee, native scored in double figures 12 times, recording a career-high 22 points against Purdue on Feb. 11 just three days after notching the fourth triple-double in program history Feb. 8 against Michigan State. 

With Moore-McNeil returning next season, Indiana will have 11 of 15 scholarship spots filled entering the offseason.

Follow reporters Dalton James (@DaltonMJames) and Quinn Richards (@Quinn_richa), columnist Ryan Canfield (@_ryancanfield) and photographer Olivia Bianco (@theoliviabianco) for updates throughout the Indiana women’s basketball season.

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