We are back this week to talk about our Top 10 moments from this past season for all IU sports.
The Hoosiers outlast the No. 5 South Carolina Gamecocks in one of the biggest wins in program history. Indiana takes the 71-57 victory in their …
Carl James, IUWBB fanatic is on with the guys to discuss anything and everything related to the Indiana University Women’s Basketball program.
Ali Patberg of Indiana women’s basketball was granted a sixth year of eligibility. IU will now have two Indiana Miss Basketball winners for two years.
Another non-conference opponent was (kind of) announced while the Hoosiers got both Indiana Mr. and Miss Basketball. The Hoosiers also get another addition to the women’s basketball team.
The Hoosiers sweep both 2019 Indiana Miss Basketball and 2019 Mr. Basketball awards. Incoming five-star freshman Jorie Allen was named the 2019 IndyStar Miss Basketball award with her 56 total votes
EUGENE, OR — After being one of the bubble teams for the NCAA tournament, the Hoosiers pull off a thrilling victory first round victory in Bendu …
The Hoosiers have been selected in the NCAA Women’s tournament announced today at 5:00 pm. Indiana, who finished the season with a 20-12 record, receives …
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Defeated earlier this year on February 6th by a score of 61 to 65, the IU women’s team got revenge on the …
Frequent turnovers negated the Hoosier’s confidence and result in their fourth conference loss of the season.
After four games on the road in Puerto Rico and in Illinois, IU women’s basketball hosted Penn State at home on New Year’s Eve.
Five lady Hoosiers each in double figures in IU’s win over Missouri State, led by sophomore guard Jaelynn Penn’s 20 points, despite dealing with an ankle issue.
Hoosiers win a tough home game against Northern Ilinois after Teri Moren recollects her team during the break.
Indiana moved to 3-0 with a victory over North Florida, 75-52. Redshirt junior guard Ali Patberg recorded her first career double-double with 20 points and 13 rebounds.
After winning 2018 WNIT Championship and saying good bye to two of the greatest players in Indiana women’s basketball history —Tyra Buss and Amanda Cahill— the team took a 78-52 win by defeating Northwood University in an exhibition match.