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2017 Team Camp


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Teri Moren - Head Coach, Indiana Women's Basketball

Indiana University Vice President and Director of Athletics Fred Glass announced the hiring of Seymour, Ind., native Teri Moren as head coach of the IU women's basketball program on August 9, 2014. Her impact on the Hoosier program has been significant and immediate.

In just her second season at the helm of the program in 2015-16, Moren led the Hoosiers to the most regular season wins (20) in program history while also tying for overall wings (21) in a single season. Indiana had the school’s second-most Big Ten victories (12) ever on her way to being named Big Ten Coach of the Year. She became just the second IU coach to earn the award (Maryalyce Jeremiah, 1983).

Moren led IU to the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth in 14 years as Indiana was the No. 9 seed in the Lexington Region. The Hoosiers won their first NCAA Touranment game since 1983 with a 62-58 triumph over eighth-seeded Georgia in the first round at Notre Dame.

Indiana’s 21 wins marked the sixth time in program history that IU had won at least 21 games in a season as its 12 Big Ten victories were the school’s most since 1982-83.

Moren’s 2015-16 Hoosiers finished fourth in the Big Ten, the school’s highest conference finish in 18 years, and earned a No. 4 seed in the Big Ten Tournament, tying for the program’s highest seed ever in conference tournament play.

IU went a perfect 14-0 at home in Assembly Hall, marking the most home wins ever without a defeat and tying for the most overall home victories in a single year in program history. Indiana defeated three ranked opponents during the season, tying for the program’s most wins over ranked foes in regular season play. The Hoosiers also won their most road Big Ten games in seven years.

Under Moren in 2015-16, Tyra Buss was named First Team All-Big Ten, becoming the first IU player to earn first team honors since 2006. Amanda Cahill earned Second Team All-Big Ten accolades. Buss and Cahill become the first IU duo to earn all-conference recognition in the same season since 2010.

Before taking over the IU program, Moren spent four years as the head coach at Indiana State. In her four years leading the Sycamores, Moren guided the Sycamores from a middle of the pack Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) team in her first year, to a conference championship program in 2013-14, including a postseason tournament appearance in the WNIT. Twice in her four years, Moren led the Sycamores to a WNIT berth while six players have earned All-MVC honors during her time at ISU.


Fundamental Camp - June 13-16, 2017 - REGISTER NOW!

  • Grades 3-8
  • Cost - $275
  • Time 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The focus of the Fundamental camp is to provide a basic foundation of skill instruction and player development. Camp structure includes individual fundamentals, team competition, and awards. This camp is a great camp for beginners as well as more developed players. Lunch included each day along with a t-shirt 

Team camp- REGISTER NOW!

  • June 10, 2017 (Session I)
  • June 11, 2017 (Session II)
  • For JV/Varsity Teams
  • Cost - $300 Single Day, $450 Both Days
  • All Day

This camp provides an opportunity for your team to play against competitive opponents. All teams are guaranteed a minimum of three games. Teams will have the opportunity to compete where the Indiana Hoosiers play and practice with games being held at Cook Hall. Chalk Talk sessions will be conducted throughout the day by Coaches.

Elite Camp - June 17, 2017 - REGISTER NOW!

  • Grades 9-12
  • Cost - $80
  • 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

This camp is designed for extremely competitive high school players looking to compete at a high level and experience a "day in the life" of an Indiana University women's basketball student-athlete. Activities include film work, strength & conditioning, practice, individual instruction and team competition.