Watch: IU women’s basketball coach Teri Moren on what Title IX has meant to her life

Watch as IU women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren is interviewed by her former player Nicole Cardano-Hillary to discuss what Title IX has meant for her life as a player and a coach.

Moren was named a 1987 Indiana All-Star from Seymour H.S. after averaging 18.4 points per game her senior season.

She went on to be a member of Purdue University’s first NCAA Tournament team and started every game of the 1990-91 season.  Moren was named to Purdue’s All-Decade team and was a member of their 1991 Big Ten championship team.

Moren has taken the IU program to new levels in her eight seasons at the helm, including four NCAA Tournament appearances including back-to-back Sweet Sixteens and an Elite Eight appearance along with seven-consecutive 20-win seasons. She ranks second in overall wins at Indiana, recording a record of 172-89, and 371-219 overall in her 19 seasons as a head coach.

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