Indiana women’s basketball was selected as a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament during Sunday’s NCAA Women’s Selection Special. The Hoosiers are the No. 2 overall seed, giving them geographical preference in the Greenville, South Carolina, region.
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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.
No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball had complete control over No. 14 Ohio State on Saturday. The teams were tied at 12 before the Hoosiers ran off a 16-0 run, dominating both sides of the floor to gain a lead as much as 24 points before entering halftime leading by 20. After that, disaster struck Indiana.
No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball was facing adversity it had hardly seen all season. The Hoosiers trailed by 6 at halftime, with Michigan State clicking on all cylinders while Indiana struggled.
No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball senior forward Mackenzie Holmes was named the 2022-23 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, the conference announced Tuesday.
IOWA CITY — No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball did just about all it could. It refused to lay down in countless deficits and clawed its way back to take the lead with 1.5 seconds remaining, but all the effort wasn’t enough. Instead, college basketball’s poster child stepped up.
Indiana women’s basketball has accomplished more in the regular season than it ever has before — its highest AP Poll ranking at No. 2, most-ever wins and now, its first-ever outright Big Ten regular season title. The Hoosiers look to complete their campaign on Sunday against No. 6 Iowa in Iowa City.
Will and the Matts talk more Indiana women's basketball, discussing the Hoosiers' Big Ten title share achieved in a win over rival Purdue. They are joined by three special guests in the show: Evan Gerike and Bradley Hohulin of the 5 Banner Banter podcast, as well as photographer Alex Paul Photo. They talk about Indiana's rise as a program, Grace Berger's muscles and a future of lots of traveling. They wrap it up looking at the Iowa matchup and make predictions.
Indiana women’s basketball senior forward Mackenzie Holmes won her fourth Big Ten Player of the Week award of the season. She is one of two players to receive the honor more than three times this year alongside Iowa junior guard Caitlin Clark.
Indiana women’s basketball is no powerhouse historically. Yet in head coach Teri Moren’s tenure, the program has steadily built to achieve new heights never before reached, or for heights that have been reached, the first time in a long time. The Hoosiers clinched a share of the Big Ten regular season title with an 83-60 win over Purdue on Sunday, the culmination of what Moren has built.
No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball and its star senior forward Mackenzie Holmes have shared a common characteristic all season: dominating the competition night in and night out. Yet another stellar performance from Holmes — 27 points, five rebounds and five blocks — helped Indiana topple No. 12 Michigan 68-52 on Thursday night and improve its record to 25-1.
Will and the Matts break down Indiana women's basketball's latest wins over then-No. 5 Iowa and No. 13 Ohio State. Within the discussion, the case is made for Mackenzie Holmes to be included in National Player of the Year conversations, possibly throwing shades at others. Finally, the trio looks ahead to rematches against No. 12 Michigan and Purdue and gives predictions with a wild take.
No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball continued its stretch of dominance over the Big Ten Monday night, crushing No. 13 Ohio State 85-59 in Columbus and closing out the season sweep of the Buckeyes. This marks the Hoosiers’ 12th straight win, improving their record to 24-1, 14-1 in Big Ten play.
No. 2 Indiana women’s basketball announced the sellout of general admission tickets ahead of its Feb. 19 matchup against Purdue, according to an IU Athletics press release. Fresh off a record crowd of 13,046 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, next Sunday’s matchup will mark the first time Indiana women’s basketball has ever sold out Assembly Hall.
In one of the biggest regular season matchups in Indiana women’s basketball history, it’s only fitting that the two faces of the program shone the brightest. Senior forward Mackenzie Holmes and graduate guard Grace Berger provided high-level performances to lead the No. 2 Hoosiers over No. 5 Iowa.
Will Foley and the Matts review Indiana women's basketball's latest wins over Minnesota and Purdue before looking ahead to the Hoosiers' top-5 matchup against Iowa. They give their insight on how the teams will matchup and discuss the implications of the game.
Following a successful week with a 2-0 record, Indiana women’s basketball was voted second in the AP Top 25 on Monday afternoon. The ranking marks the highest Indiana has ever received in any poll.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Rivalry games are what sports are all about: intensity, physicality and the requirement for each side to bring its best. Junior guard Chloe Moore-McNeil was no stranger to this phenomenon last season, and she again provided an impactful performance to help push No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball past in-state rival Purdue, 69-46.
No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball star senior forward Mackenzie Holmes was named the top 10 finalists for the Lisa Leslie Award, the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and Women’s Basketball Coaches Association announced on Friday afternoon. The Lisa Leslie Award is given to the best center in women’s college basketball.
No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball extended its winning streak to nine games Wednesday night, defeating Minnesota 77-54 in Minneapolis. The Hoosiers improved to 21-1 overall, 11-1 in Big Ten play.