Ranked in top 10 for first time, Indiana looks to keep going

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Indiana coach Teri Moren has guided her team to new heights this season.

The No. 10 Hoosiers achieved their highest ranking ever Monday and are sitting in second place in the Big Ten with two games left in the regular season. She's proud of what they've accomplished in her seven years at the helm of the program, including a WNIT championship in 2018 and two NCAA Tournament appearances.

"We're grateful and it says a lot about our staff and the work we've done and how we've tried to go about our business in building this thing brick by brick and not miss steps along the way," Moren said in a Zoom interview Tuesday. "The players have embraced our vision of what we want Indiana basketball to look like."


AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 UConn21-1
2 North Carolina State17-2
3 Texas A&M22-1
4 Stanford22-2
5 South Carolina19-4
6 Louisville21-2
7 Baylor20-2
8 Maryland19-2
9 Arizona15-4
10 UCLA14-4
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RPI Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 South Carolina19-4
2 Texas A&M22-1
3 Bucknell8-0
4 Louisville21-2
5 Missouri State18-2
6 Maryland19-2
7 UConn21-1
8 Stanford22-2
9 North Carolina State17-2
10 UC Davis9-1
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