For the first time in program history, IU women’s basketball is a No. 1 seed.
The Hoosiers will host the first two rounds of the 2023 NCAA Tournament, beginning on Saturday. They’ll face the winner of a play-in game between No. 16 seeds Monmouth and Tennessee Tech. The Saturday tip time has not yet been announced.
If the Hoosiers advance they’ll play the winner of an 8/9 game between Oklahoma State and Miami (Florida).
IU is the second highest No. 1 seed in the tournament, behind South Carolina. The Hoosiers would not have to face the Gamecocks until the national championship game.
If they advance to the Sweet 16, Indiana will play in a regional at Greenville, S.C. The full bracket is below.
This will be the second-straight year that Indiana has hosted the first and second rounds of the tournament.
IU will appear in the NCAA Tournament for the ninth time in school history and will make its fourth-straight tournament appearance.
With an overall record of 27-3, the Hoosiers won the Big Ten regular season championship, its first in 40 years.
Overall, Indiana is 8-8 all-time in the NCAA Tournament while ninth year head coach Teri Moren holds a record of 7-4 in her five appearances.
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No. 1 seed Indiana will take on the winner of Tennessee Tech 🆚 Monmouth. pic.twitter.com/kNZ2zkle2w
— Indiana Women’s Basketball (@IndianaWBB) March 13, 2023
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