A long shot to make the NCAA Tournament when the buzzer sounded on a loss to No. 17 Maryland at the Big Ten Tournament a week and a half ago, the Indiana University women’s basketball team was unable to buck the odds when the field of 64 was revealed Monday night on ESPN. The Hoosiers were left out of the NCAA field, while fellow Big Ten teams Ohio State, Maryland, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Nebraska were included.
A long shot to make the NCAA Tournament when the buzzer sounded on a loss to No. 17 Maryland at the Big Ten Tournament a week and a half ago, the Indiana University women’s basketball team was unable to buck the odds when the field of 64 was revealed Monday night on ESPN.The Hoosiers were left out of the NCAA field, while fellow Big Ten teams Ohio State, Maryland, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Nebraska were included.
By the numbers 5 Years since Indiana last held two Big Ten opponents under 50 points. The Hoosiers allowed just 46 points to Northwestern and 43 to Rutgers this year, matching the 2012-13 team. Prior to that, IU last accomplished the feat in 2002-03. 9 Years since Indiana last failed to score at least 90 points in a regular-season game, and eight years since IU last failed to score 100 points. The Hoosiers’ high mark for the 2017-18 season was 87.
My 6-degrees of separation from this 1-16 game — UMBC coach Ryan Odom's brother, Lane, was my middle school basketball coach. Their dad, Dave, was still an assistant at Virginia at the time and sent us a good luck letter once. #MarchMadness
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