Indiana's Teri Moren wins AP women's Coach of Year
Indiana's Teri Moren was named the Associated Press women's basketball Coach of the Year on Thursday.
The first-time winner guided the Hoosiers to their first Big Ten regular season championship in 40 years.
Moren received 12 votes from the 28-member national media panel, followed by South Carolina's Dawn Staley (eight votes), Utah's Lynne Roberts (five) and Virginia Tech's Kenny Brooks (three).
"I think a lot of people were like this is going to be a year where Indiana is reloading, rebuilding, they won't be as good as they had been the year prior," Moren said. "We were picked third in the Big Ten."
Indiana, which climbed to as high as No. 2 in the AP poll this season, finished 28-4 after earning a No. 1 seed in the Women's NCAA Tournament. The Hoosiers lost to Miami, 70-68, in the second round on March 20.
Moren, 53, has compiled a 200-93 record since taking over in Bloomington in 2014.
--Field Level Media
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