The win marks the ninth of the season for the Hoosiers over a ranked opponent.
Against Michigan, the senior forward tied and passed Jill Chapman’s career mark of 197 blocks.
The Minnesota transfer set a new high for points scored since joining the team.
The sold-out crowd will likely set an attendance record for the Hoosiers.
The Hoosiers held the Hawkeyes’ All-Conference post player to just 6 points.
The Hoosiers went 0-3 against the Hawkeyes last season, including a loss in the Big Ten Championship.
Mackenzie Holmes’ third quarter outburst crushed Purdue’s upset bid.
Moore-McNeil was the most productive Hoosier in a contested first half.