Tamika Catchings inducted into Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame – no, really

Hoops legend Tamika Catchings was inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Saturday night. You wouldn’t know it from the Hall’s website, from the site of the Indiana Fever, or from the twitter accounts of either organization. Nor is there anything on the Tennessee women’s basketball site about Catchings’ induction.

Additionally, I haven’t been able to find any stories or features about the ceremony on the Internet.

This “forgetfulness” is in no way excusable for not only an amazing player, but the best ambassador for the game that we’ve ever had.

The Hall did one thing right: they put up a Catchings bio.

Let’s hope everyone gets it together soon and acknowledges the honor bestowed on Tamika Catchings. Deserving is an understatment.

College coaching news:

North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell’s recovery from leukemia included work in her blueberry patch.

New Austin Peay coach David Midlick has work ahead of him.

Dayton coach Jim Jabir’s tattoo will remind him of a triumphant season.

Wisconsin coach Bobbi Kelsey says her team is still learning, and that wins will come.

Abuse allegations against Wichita State coach Jody Adams continue to unfold.

College player news:

Former Virginia post player Sarah Imovbioh has transferred to South Carolina.

WNBA news:

The league weighs in on what they think the biggest offseason moves were.

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