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Women’s Basketball

‘She’s meant so much to this program’: Seven years later, Ali Patberg steps off the court for the final time

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — While the Hoosiers walked off the court for the final time this season after a 75-58 loss to Connecticut in the Sweet Sixteen, a specific Hoosier walked off for the final time after seven years of college basketball.  Graduate student Ali Patberg dropped 16 points, two assists…

Indiana secures first-round win in dominant fashion, advances to play Princeton in second game

In front of a roaring Assembly Hall crowd, the third-seeded Indiana Hoosiers played in their first-round matchup against the 14th seed University of North Carolina at Charlotte, defeating the 49ers 85-51.  This game marked the first time Assembly Hall and Indiana had hosted the NCAA Tournament. Indiana secured a top-four…

Indiana knocks off No. 1 seeded Ohio State in Big Ten semifinals, heads to championship for the first time in 20 years

INDIANAPOLIS – Eight years ago, head coach Teri Moren had a novel vision for the Indiana women’s basketball program. On Saturday, that vision came to fruition.  For the first time in 20 years, the Hoosiers are championship bound.  “Our goal when we set out here on Wednesday night was to…

Indiana survives first round of Big Ten tourney against Rutgers, looks ahead to rematch with Maryland

INDIANAPOLIS — It’s the first week of March and that means one thing: Big Ten tournament basketball. Indiana women’s basketball started off its tournament journey on Thursday against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in the first round of the tournament. No. 14 Indiana survived the first round and advanced, winning with…