No. 15 Indiana rowing finished in third place out of eight teams at the Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek in Indianapolis Sunday, highlighted by a second-place finish in the First Varsity Eight race. Both the team and First Varsity Eight results were program-record performances for the conference championships.
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Episode 9 of the Five Banner Banter podcast — the final podcast of the year — features a special collaboration with the Payoff Podcast. The beats break down the transfer portal progress for both teams, talk about wings and predict the NBA Finals.
Guard Grace Berger — who recently concluded her career as one of the greatest players in Indiana women’s basketball history — was drafted with the seventh pick of the first round by the Indiana Fever on Monday.
Indiana women’s basketball guard Grace Berger will travel to New York City for the 2023 WNBA Draft on Monday, where she is a consensus projected first round pick. The draft will begin at 7 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.
Despite a season in which Indiana women’s basketball exceeded expectations and garnered the program’s first No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the Hoosiers’ second-round defeat to No. 9 seed Miami was still disappointing.
Indiana women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren was named the 2022-23 women’s basketball Coach of the Year by the Associated Press on Thursday.
Indiana women’s basketball junior forward Kiandra Browne entered the transfer portal Wednesday, she announced via Instagram. She has two years of eligibility remaining.
Will and the Matts discuss No. 1 seed Indiana women's basketball NCAA Tournament results: a blowout first round win over Tennessee Tech and an upset loss to No. 9 seed Miami (FL). The trio breaks down what went wrong in the game and give takeaways about Grace Berger's career and what the future holds for the program. They end the show on a light note, predicting the men's and women's Final Four results.
Indiana women’s basketball sophomore forward Mona Zaric has entered the transfer portal, an IU spokesperson told the IDS.
As she walked off Branch McCracken Court for the final time in her storied career, Grace Berger stopped in front of her bench where her teammates stood, stunned. She joined them in shock, hanging her head low and putting her hands on her knees, just staring at the hardwood. Berger stayed frozen there as No. 9 seed Miami paraded around the floor, celebrating its Sweet 16-securing victory over No. 1 seed Indiana women’s basketball 70-68 on Monday in Bloomington.
No. 1 seed Indiana women’s basketball lost to No. 9 seed University of Miami 70-68 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Monday in Bloomington. The loss eliminated the Hoosiers, who fell short of a third straight Sweet Sixteen and their hopes of a Final Four run.
Despite All-American senior forward Mackenzie Holmes sitting out due to a knee injury, No. 1 seed Indiana women’s basketball defeated No. 16 seed Tennessee Tech University 77-47 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. With the win, Indiana advances to the second round and will face No. 9 seed University of Miami on Monday in Bloomington.
Will and the Matts recap how Indiana women's basketball fared in the Big Ten Tournament: a win over Michigan State and the biggest blown lead in tournament history in a loss to Ohio State. They discuss what went wrong in the collapse and if there are any concerns in the future because of it. They finish talking big picture and even give predictions on the men's Big Ten Tournament.
Will and the Matts discuss No. 2 Indiana women's basketball's loss at No. 6 Iowa, breaking down Caitlin Clark's buzzer beater and potential concerns for the Hoosiers. Then, the trio previews the Big Ten Tournament, talking Indiana's path to the championship game and what it needs to do. They wrap things up making their bracket picks for the BTT.
MINNEAPOLIS — After taking a 24-point lead in the first half, Indiana women’s basketball collapsed in the second half and lost 79-75 to Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals on Saturday in Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS — In her first game since unanimously being named to the All-Big Ten First Team, Mackenzie Holmes quickly set out to prove her selection as one of the conference’s best players. Starting on the first possession of Friday’s Big Ten quarterfinal game against 9-seed Michigan State, the star senior forward was Indiana women’s basketball’s main source of offense, scoring 27 points in the 94-85 win in Minneapolis.
Having already secured the outright regular season Big Ten title, Indiana women’s basketball will look to add to its historic season with a championship in the Big Ten Tournament. Indiana — the No. 2-ranked team in the country and 1-seed in the conference tournament — will begin play against 9-seed Michigan State at 12:30 p.m. Friday in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Big Ten conference announced its 2022-23 women’s basketball season honors Tuesday, recognizing four Indiana players. Senior forward Mackenzie Holmes and graduate guard Grace Berger were both named to the All-Conference First Team and junior guard Chloe Moore-McNeil was selected to the second team by the media.
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.
IOWA CITY — Caitlin Clark caught the inbounds pass, took two steps, turned and let it fly.