BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Teri Moren doesn’t care about outside expectations. She doesn’t care about rankings. Her players don’t care about them either.
Indiana women’s basketball has proven themselves over the last two seasons as a constant top 25 team in the nation, but they still feel like they have something to prove.
“Just how fast everything went down since March, and I think it’s one of the things that’s motivated them to be in the gym and work,” Moren said. “This has always been a very motivated group. They were last year. I don’t worry about the expectations for this group. I think they’ve been here long enough to know the success they’ve had is because of the work they’ve continued to do.”
For the first time in program history, the Hoosiers were on their way to back-to-back NCAA Tournaments — this time with a chance to host games at