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.
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No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball will enter a hostile environment Sunday, as Purdue women’s basketball announced the sellout of Mackey Arena for the matchup between the in-state rivals, according to its Twitter Tuesday. This is the first time Purdue’s women’s team has sold out the arena of 14,846 since 2000 and only the third time overall.
Will Foley, Matt Sebree and Matt Press recap the latest few weeks of Indiana women's basketball, which includes a stretch of four top-25 wins. They discuss the bigger picture of the team before moving on to a look ahead of its next two matchups against Minnesota and Purdue.
Following a 3-0 week for Indiana women’s basketball, senior forward Mackenzie Holmes was awarded ESPNW and Big Ten Player of the Week and freshman guard Yarden Garzon earned Big Ten Freshman of the Week, according to the publications. This is the third time for each player to receive the Big Ten honors.
Prior to facing Rutgers Sunday afternoon, graduate guard Grace Berger had played fairly well since coming back from injury, but it hadn’t been anything special. However, Berger returned to All-American form in No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball’s 91-68 win over the Scarlet Knights, a sign that the best is yet to come for the star guard and the Hoosier squad.
When No. 2 Ohio State scored first in the second half to extend its lead to six points, a moment of doubt crept over the 10,455 Hoosier faithful: was No. 6 Indiana really going to lose its biggest game yet? Four minutes later, Assembly Hall was shaking, and the Hoosiers commanded an 11-point lead, an unthinkable run against a top-2 team.
No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball has faced several tests in its best start in program history, but its biggest test thus far presents itself Thursday night. The Hoosiers will face No. 2 Ohio State in a significant Big Ten matchup.
Facing foul trouble with its stars and a late push in a rowdy road environment, No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball looked like it might crack. However, the Hoosiers’ experience and composure revealed itself to lead them down the stretch. Indiana escaped Ann Arbor with a 92-83 win over No. 13 Michigan, improving to 18-1 to set the program’s record for its best start to a season.
No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball continues one of its toughest stretches of its schedule Monday evening. The Hoosiers travel to Ann Arbor to face No. 13 Michigan.
No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball won 83-72 to complete its season sweep over No. 21 Illinois in Urbana-Champaign Wednesday night. While the Hoosiers had their defense to thank in the first matchup, they relied on their offense on the road.
Freshman guard Yarden Garzon was awarded two freshman of the week honors Tuesday, coming from the Big Ten and United States Basketball Writers Association. As Tamika Catchings National Freshman of the Week, Garzon becomes the first to receive the honor in Indiana women’s basketball history.
In front of a regular season record crowd of 10,422 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball did not disappoint. The cream and crimson dominated both ends of the floor to win 93-56 and improve to 16-1 overall, 5-1 in Big Ten play.
If head coach Teri Moren has made any point clear during her Indiana women’s basketball coaching tenure, it’s which side of the ball the Hoosiers own as their identity: defense. While most players prefer the offensive side, No. 6 Indiana showed why valuing defense pays dividends.
Will and the Matts break down how Indiana women's basketball's season has unfolded at the halfway point. Key talking points are discussed throughout a timeline of what's happened since the season began. Then, the three preview matchups against No. 9 Maryland and Wisconsin.
No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball dominated Northwestern 72-50 Sunday afternoon in Evanston, Illinois. The Hoosiers had their worst shooting performance of the season, but stifling defense, aggressive rebounding and proficient free throw shooting helped overcome poor shooting.
No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball couldn’t buy a bucket against Nebraska all day. The Hoosiers were desperate to make anything, but when the game necessitated overtime, Indiana found its shot.
No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball traveled to East Lansing, Michigan hoping to enter 2023 with a perfect 13-0 record. For the first time all season, the Hoosiers fell to their opponent as the Spartans pulled off an 83-78 upset.
There are many reasons why No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball is as good as it is, but the primary factor is the luxury of having one of the best players in the country. Senior forward Mackenzie Holmes proved once again she is just that in Wednesday’s 67-50 win over Butler University.
Following a 10-day break since its last game, the No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball team came back revitalized. The Hoosiers handled Morehead State University with ease in an 87-24 win — the third-largest victory margin in program history.
No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball has repeatedly proven it can survive adversity thrown its way. In Thursday’s 67-58 win over the Penn State Nittany Lions, the Hoosiers showed they can come away victorious even when their misfortune is self-inflicted.