Junior forward Mackenzie Holmes and graduate student Nicole Cardaño-Hillary are two of the biggest names on the Indiana women’s basketball team. Heading into Indiana’s Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal matchup against Maryland, however, they hadn’t been two of the team’s biggest contributors.
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Gainbridge Fieldhouse is no Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. But on Thursday afternoon from about 1:45 p.m. until 4:00, it sure sounded like it.
Welcome to March. It’s tournament season.
No. 10 Indiana women’s basketball is not known for taking 3-point shots. It’s also not known for a fast-paced play style, instead preferring to take time going down the court – offensively and defensively – to get the best production it can.
Three losses in four games. Five games in 10 days. All conference matchups, all important to Big Ten standings and momentum going into tournament play.
After its 96-91 loss to Iowa on Saturday, Indiana women’s basketball dropped to No. 10 in the AP Top 25. Iowa moved up one spot to No. 21.
A fourth quarter that took over 40 minutes. A program-high 42 points. Five players in double figures. And in the end, a 96-91 loss.
Indiana women’s basketball begins its last week of regular season play by playing No. 22 Iowa at 4 p.m. on Saturday at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Indiana is 19-4 on the season and 7-0 at home in conference play after its win over Northwestern Thursday night.
Indiana women’s basketball rebounded – figuratively and literally – Thursday night, beating Northwestern 69-58 after a tough 55-72 loss to Nebraska on Monday. With the win, Indiana remains on top of the Big Ten with just two conference losses, and extends its home win streak in conference play to seven games.
Entering the fourth quarter on Monday night in Lincoln, Nebraska, No. 5 Indiana women’s basketball trailed 52-47. After being behind by 12 points earlier in the third quarter, the team wasn’t completely out of the game. There was still time for the energy and momentum, which had been lacking in the first half, to come back.
Indiana women’s basketball beat Michigan State 76-58 on Saturday to extend its win streak to four games and to remain the only team in the Big Ten with one in-conference loss.
Every Hoosier fan became a Spartan for three hours when Michigan State beat No. 4 Michigan Thursday night. Come Saturday afternoon, they will staunchly deny it.
No. 7 Indiana women’s basketball entered its Wednesday night matchup against Illinois with all the odds in its favor.
No. 7 Indiana women’s basketball now has three games under its belt since its return from a 15-day COVID-19 pause. In the past week of play, Indiana suffered a loss to now-No. 4 Michigan on the road and defeated both Minnesota and Purdue at home.
No. 5 Indiana women’s basketball played its first game in fan-filled Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall since Jan. 13 on Sunday, beating in-state rival Purdue 64-57. The game was fast-paced, energetic and full of intensity as both teams fought for 40 minutes.
Screeching. Chanting. Heckling. Floating chairs, balloons and a banana suit.
After starting 6-0 in Big Ten play, No. 5 Indiana women’s basketball lost its first conference game Monday night in a 65-60 defeat to No. 6 Michigan. In its first game back from a 15-day hiatus due to COVID-19 protocols, Indiana’s offense shot 33% from the field and 21% from beyond the arc, unable to match Michigan’s offense.
Indiana women’s basketball hasn’t played a game since Jan. 16, when it beat Purdue 73-68 in West Lafayette, Indiana. After the longest midseason break head coach Teri Moren has ever encountered in her 30 years of coaching, Indiana will finally return to the floor Monday night.
Indiana women’s basketball has carried its success from an Elite Eight run in last season’s NCAA Tournament over to the 2021-22 season, posting a 14-2 record with less than half of the regular season remaining. Indiana is undefeated in Big Ten play through six games and its only losses have come to then-No. 7 Stanford University and then-No. 2 North Carolina State University.
Indiana women’s basketball will not face Michigan State on Wednesday due to COVID-19 protocols within Indiana’s program, according to an IU Athletics press release.