IU women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren entered her team’s NCAA tournament locker room with a dry head of hair and dry clothes on her back. She left soaked after her team surprised her with streams of water from firing water bottles following their victory against No. 12 Belmont University on March 24. This marked the program's first ever Sweet Sixteen appearance.
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Former IU women’s basketball senior guard Jaelynn Penn announced Friday afternoon she will transfer to University of California, Los Angeles for her last year of eligibility, according to an Instagram post.
Senior guard Ali Patberg has decided to use her last year of eligibility to compete for IU for one final season, according to a tweet she posted Wednesday evening.
IU women’s basketball senior guard Jaelynn Penn has announced she will be transferring for her last year of eligibility, according to a post on her Instagram account.
Poor shooting from beyond the arc spelled doom for IU women's basketball, ending their NCAA tournament run with a 66-53 loss to the University of Arizona after making it to the Elite Eight for the first time in program history.
No. 4 seed IU women’s basketball has made history again in the NCAA tournament after upsetting No. 1 seed North Carolina State University 73-70 Saturday to bring IU to their first Elite Eight appearance in program history.
While the second game in the NCAA Tournament for 4-seed IU women’s basketball was an all-around win, junior guard Grace Berger made a difference across every aspect of the game herself. Berger led her teammates to IU’s first program sweet sixteen appearance with a 70-48 win over 12-seed Belmont University on Wednesday.
4-seed IU women’s basketball took down 13-seed Virginia Commonwealth University in a 63-32 victory during the first round of the NCAA tournament. Offensive generosity in the second half ended with three starters in double digit points.
IU women’s basketball is eager to start NCAA Tournament play after a longer break than anticipated following its 69-61 loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals. Now, No. 4 IU will try to redeem itself in its first NCAA Tournament game against No. 13 seed Virginia Commonwealth University at 2 p.m. Monday.
IU women’s basketball has made it into the NCAA Tournament as a No. 4 seed, the highest in program history. The Hoosiers’ previous seeding record came in their inaugural tournament appearance in 1983 as a No. 6 seed.
No. 2 seed IU women’s basketball was upset by No. 7 seed Michigan State 69-61 in its first game of the Big Ten Tournament. A dominant start for the Hoosiers was shut down by constant fouls and scoring difficulty in the second half.
No. 10 IU women’s basketball ended its 2020-21 season with a 74-59 win over Purdue in the Barn Burner Trophy game on Saturday afternoon. The Hoosiers finished with a record of 16-2 in the Big Ten and 18-4 overall.
The game was unpredictable from the start. The No. 10 Hoosiers, up by two after the first quarter, were down by five at halftime to the Iowa Hawkeyes. It was anyone's game to take, but it was junior guard Grace Berger that sparked IU’s second half comeback to win 89-80 over Iowa.
No. 10 IU women’s basketball will face Iowa on Wednesday afternoon in its second to last home game of the season. This matchup was originally scheduled for Feb. 21 before the Big Ten pushed it back to accommodate for other rescheduled games around the conference.
No.11 IU women’s basketball defeated the No. 15 Ohio State Buckeyes 87-75 for the first time since 2010 after outscoring them by 17 points in the fourth quarter.
IU women’s basketball has not lost a game since Jan. 28 when it fell to Ohio State 78-70 on its home court. The Hoosiers have a chance at redemption against the Buckeyes Saturday in their second meeting of the season at 3 p.m. at Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. The game will be televised on Big Ten Network.
After a 25-point victory in January, IU women’s basketball one-upped itself with a 77-49 win over Wisconsin on the road Wednesday night at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
Exhausted faces and angry shouts from the stands created a tense energy in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall during Thursday night’s matchup between No. 14 IU women’s basketball and No. 11 Michigan, which IU won 70-65.
IU women’s basketball won 58-50 against Illinois, but it was not a clean sweep as both teams took turns controlling the game defensively.
No. 15 IU women’s basketball fought its way to a 90-65 win over Penn State on Wednesday at Assembly Hall after being down at the half. An aggressive fourth quarter on both ends rounded out the substantial win for the Hoosiers.