Indiana State Sycamores women's basketball

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Indiana State Sycamores
2017–18 Indiana State Sycamores women's basketball team
Indiana State Sycamores wordmark.svg
UniversityIndiana State University
Head coachVicki Hall (1st season)
ConferenceMissouri Valley
LocationTerre Haute, Indiana
ArenaHulman Center
(Capacity: 10,200)
NicknameSycamores
ColorsRoyal Blue and White[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away


Conference Regular Season Champions
1989 (Gateway)
2003, 2006, 2014 (Missouri Valley)

The Indiana State Sycamores basketball team is a NCAA Division I women's basketball program of Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. The Sycamores compete in the Missouri Valley Conference.

Sycamore basketball history[edit]

In 1971, women's basketball became an intercollegiate sport at Indiana State University. In 1982, the sport was elevated to revenue status, which meant more money was available. Under Coach Edith Godleski, Indiana State qualified for its first WNIT Tournament game in 1976. The Sycamores were a charter member of the Gateway Conference in 1983, maintaining membership until the Gateway merged with the Missouri Valley Conference in 1992. In 1989, Indiana State won its first regular season championship. They won Missouri Valley titles in 2003 and 2006, though they failed to win the tournament title.

Season-by-season results[edit]

Season Head coach Overall Conference Postseason / Notes
1971–72 Edith Godleski 4–9
1972–73 Edith Godleski 16–7
1973–74 Edith Godleski 15–5
1974–75 Edith Godleski 18–7 IAIAW Third Round, MAIAW Regional, WNIT
1975–76 Edith Godleski 19–9 IAIAW Champion, MAIAW Regional Final, WNIT
1976–77 Edith Godleski 19–9 IAIAW, MAIAW Regional
1977–78 Edith Godleski 12–8
1978–79 Edith Godleski 14–10
1979–80 Edith Godleski 19–13 IAIAW Champion, MAIAW Regional
1980–81 Edith Godleski 11–21 IAIAW
1981–82 Edith Godleski 9–18 IAIAW, MAIAW Regional [2]
1982–83 Andi Myers 13–15
1983–84 Andi Myers 5–23 2–16 (9th)
1984–85 Andi Myers 10–18 7–11 (T6th)
1985–86 Andi Myers 5–23 4–14 (T8th)
1986–87 Andi Myers 12–15 8–10 (7th)
1987–89 Andi Myers 22–6 14–5 (T1st)
1988–89 Andi Myers 18–9 10–8 (5th) [2]
1980–90 Kay Riek 8–19 5–13 (8th)
1990–91 Kay Riek 13–14 8–10 (7th)
1991–92 Kay Riek 10–17 7–11 (T6th) [3]
1992–93 Kay Riek 8–18 4–12 (T7th) [4]
1993–94 Kay Riek 14–14 6–10 (6th) [5]
1994–95 Kay Riek 13–14 10–8 (6th) [2][6]
1995–96 Cheryl Reeve 7–19 3–15 (9th) [2][7]
1996–97 Cheryl Reeve 14–13 9–9 (T4th) [8]
1997–98 Cheryl Reeve 17–11 10–8 (4th) [9]
1998–99 Cheryl Reeve 18–11 10–8 (4th) WNIT First Round [10]
1999-00 Cheryl Reeve 9–18 5–13 (T7th) [11]
2000–01 Cheryl Reeve/Jim Wiedie [12] 10–18 7–11 (7th) Reeve resigned on December 1st, 2000. [13][14]
2001–02 Jim Wiedie 11–17 7–11 (8th) [15]
2002–03 Jim Wiedie 21–10 12-6 WNIT First Round [16]
2003–04 Jim Wiedie 16–12 10–8 (4th) [17]
2004–05 Jim Wiedie 23–9 13–5 (T2nd) WNIT Second Round[18]
2005–06 Jim Wiedie 27–4 17–1 (1st) [19]
2006–07 Jim Wiedie 19-11 12-6 (3rd) [20]
2007–08 Jim Wiedie 14-15 8–10 (6th) [21]
2008–09 Jim Wiedie 14–16 10–8 [22]
2009–10 Jim Wiedie 11–10 2–8 Suspended after 21 games, resigned March 30, 2010[23][24]
2009–10 Staff 6–4 5–3 (T7th) 7-11 in conference for both coaches[25]
2010–11 Teri Moren 16–16 8–10 (T7th) [26]
2011–12 Teri Moren 15–16 9–9 (T5th) [27]
2012–13 Teri Moren 18–13 10–8 (4th) WNIT First Round[28]
2013–14 Teri Moren 20–11 14–4 (T1st) WNIT First Round [29]
2014–15 Joey Wells 17–13 7–11 (6th) [30]
2015–16 Joey Wells 13–17 9–9 (6th) [30]
2016–17 Joey Wells 12–18 6–12 (8th)
2017–18 Josh Keister (Interim) 11–19 9–9 (5th)
2018-19 Vicky Hall 4-1 0-0 (TBD)

Postseason history[edit]

Indiana State basketball is rich in history, with 17 post-season appearances (6 WNIT appearances, 5 MAIAW Regional appearances and 6 IAIAW appearances), though no NCAA Tournament appearances. They have won three Missouri Valley Conference regular season titles and 1 Gateway Conference title. Prior to joining the NCAA, they won three Indiana Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women titles and four in-season Tournament titles.

Rivalries[edit]

The Sycamores share a classic rivalry with the Ball State Cardinals, of which State owns a 21–8 series lead. The Sycamores also own an 11–9 series lead over the Purdue Boilermakers, a perennial, national power.

National awards[edit]

All-Americans (1)[edit]

The Sports Network and WBCA.

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (5)[edit]

  • Melanie Boeglin (2006)
  • Laura Rudolphi (2007, 2008)
  • Kelsey Luna (2009, 2010)

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship (1)[edit]

  • Kelsey Luna (2010)[31]

WBCA's National Team GPA Award (3)[edit]

  • 2003, 2005, 2009

Conference (Missouri Valley / Gateway) Awards[edit]

Jackie Stiles Missouri Valley Player of the Year (1)[edit]

  • Melanie Boeglin (2006)

MVC Defensive Player of the Year (2)[edit]

  • Amy Amstutz (1999)
  • Melanie Boeglin (2005)

MVC Prairie Farms Scholar-Athlete of the Year (4)[edit]

  • Kourtney Mennen (2003)
  • Melanie Boeglin (2006)
  • Laura Rudolphi (2007)
  • Kelsey Luna (2009)

MVC Freshman of the Year (2)[edit]

  • Stephanie Lisch (2004)
  • Kelsey Luna (2007)

MVC Newcomer of the Year (2)[edit]

  • Amy Amstutz (1997)
  • Ashley Clark (2005)

Rawlings MVC Coach of the Year (2)[edit]

  • Jim Wiedie (2003, 2006)

Gateway Rookie of the Year (2)[edit]

  • Amy Hile (1984)
  • Hazel Olden (1991)

Gateway Coach of the Year(1)[edit]

  • Andi Myers (1988)

All-time records[edit]

Career records[edit]

  • Most Points: Amy Hile – 1,944 (1983–87)
  • Most Rebounds: Amy Hile – 916 (1983–87)
  • Most Assists: Melanie Boeglin – 685 (2002–06) Missouri Valley record
  • Most Steals: Melanie Boeglin – 444 (2002–06) Missouri Valley record
  • Most Blocks: Laura Rudolphi – 154 (2004–08)
  • Most 3-Point Field Goals: Kelsey Luna – 258 (2006–2010) # 5 Missouri Valley Conference

Single season records[edit]

  • Most Points: Melanie Boeglin – 600 (2005–06)
  • Most Rebounds: Georgia Bottoms – 286 (1994–95)
  • Most Assists: Melanie Boeglin – 217 (2005–06)
  • Most Steals: Melanie Boeglin – 123 (2004–05)
  • Most Blocks: Laura Rudolphi – 52 (2007–08)
  • Most 3-Point Field Goals: Kourtney Mennen – 82 (2002–03)

Single game records[edit]

  • Most Points: Melanie Boeglin – 46 (2006)
  • Most Rebounds: Amy Hile – 22 (1984)
  • Most Assists: Melanie Boeglin – 19 (2005) Missouri Valley record
  • Most 3-Point Field Goals: 5 players – 7 (most recent 2006)

Coaching leaders[edit]

Seasons Head coach Wins Losses Pct Postseason
2000–2010 Jim Wiedie 166 118 .585 2003–04, 2005–06, 2006–07
1971–1982 Edith Godleski 156 116 .574 1975–76, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83
1982–1989 Andi Myers 85 109 .438
2010–2014 Teri Moren 69 56 .552 2012–13; 2013–14
1995–2000 Cheryl Reeve 66 77 .462 1999–2000
1989–1995 Kay Riek 66 96 .407
2014–present Joey Wells 30 30 .500
2010 Staff 6 4 .600
1971–present All-Time 644 606 .515 Twelve Appearances

Basketball Hall(s) of Fame[edit]

Hall of Fame Sycamores

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame (11)[edit]

  • Jan Conner – 2002 (Player)
  • Dru (Cox) Pearcy – 2004 (Player)
  • Chanda Kline – 2004 (Player)
  • Florida Lowry – 2004 (Player)
  • Rochelle Newell – 2004 (Player)
  • Barbara Jean Graves – 2005 (Player)
  • Cheryl (Endicott) Weatherman – 2005 (Player)
  • Jeannie Butler – 2006 (Player)
  • Betty Lou Clark – 2008 (Player)
  • Amy Hile – 2012 (Player)
  • Teri Moren – 2012 (Head Coach, 2010 – Present)

Indiana State University Hall of Fame (7)[edit]

  • Ann Reifel – 1985
  • Maybelle Steeg Lammers – 1999
  • Jan Conner – 2000
  • Barbara Graves – 2002
  • Amy Hile – 2005
  • Patricia Porter – 2007
  • Amy Armstutz – 2009
  • Edith Godleski – 2009

References[edit]

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