Teri Moren Bio, Net worth, Wiki, Age, Height, Husband

Teri Moren became the head coach of the women’s basketball team at Indiana University. Moren previously played college basketball at Purdue and was the head coach at Indianapolis from 2000-2007 and at Indiana State from 2010-2014. Raised in Seymour, Indiana, Moren is currently the head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers women’s basketball team.

Teri Moren Bio, Net worth, Wiki, Age, Height, Husband

Early life

Teri Moren was born in April 1969 to parents Barbara and Dick Moren and grew up with her sister Lee Lee in Seymour, Indiana. Her upbringing was characterized by a strong emphasis on hard work and a winning mentality, which laid the foundation for her successful career and achievements.

Teri Moren’s family lived in Seymour for a long time before eventually moving to Bloomington. In 2014, Teri immigrated to the city herself, and shortly after being named the Hoosiers’ head coach in August of that year, she packed up and moved to Indiana University in Bloomington.

As an amateur basketball player at Seymour High School, Moren began her career in humble ways. However, her offensive style of play quickly garnered attention and she achieved great success by being recognized with the 1987 Indiana All-Star and Female Athlete of the Year Awards.

Teri Moren career

Secondary school

Donna Sullivan, an Indiana Hall of Fame coach, coached Moren while she was playing high school basketball at Seymour High School. Seymour High School has the second-largest high school gym in the country.


Coach Lin Dunn, now general manager of Indiana Fever, and assistant Gail Goestenkors, who later coached Duke to four Final Four appearances, coached Moren during her college basketball career at Purdue Boilermakers. In Moren’s junior year, the 1990–91 season, she made a consistent start and helped the Boilermakers finish 26-3 overall and first place in the Big Ten. This performance also marked the school’s first Big Ten championship, and she advanced to the second round of the NCAA.

Coaching at the University of Indianapolis

Moren began her career as the head coach for the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds in Division II in 2000-01. She remained with Indianapolis for seven seasons. During their third year in the 2002-03 season, the Greyhounds averaged 29-3, led the standings 18-2, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA DII. By the end of her final 2006-07 season with Indianapolis, Moren held a 130-73 (.640) aggregate and a conference record 80-58 (.580).

Coaching at Indiana State University

During her four-year coaching tenure with the Indiana State Sycamores, Moren achieved various accomplishments, including winning a 2013-14 conference championship, leading the team to two postseason appearances in the WNIT, and helping six players earn All-MVC honors. In her first year as a coach in the 2010–11 season, Moren set a record by winning the most games (16) as a first-year coach in Sycamore history.

Coaching at Indiana University Hoosiers

On August 9, 2014, Indiana Athletics Director Fred Glass announced Moren as the head coach of Indiana’s women’s basketball program. In the 2014-15 season, Moren led the Hoosiers, and they made 236 three-point field goals, which was the second-best total in school history at the time.

During Moren’s eighth year, the 2021-22 season, the Hoosiers posted an overall record of 24-9 and a Big Ten record of 11-5. All-Big Ten honors were presented to all five starters at the annual Postseason Awards, with Grace Berger being named to the All-Big Ten First Team. Throughout the season, the Hoosiers remained in the top 15, with a top spot of No. 4 in the Associated Press and No. 5 in the Coaches Poll.

Teri Moren biography

Real nameTeri-Marie Moren
birth dateApril 14, 1969
Age55 years
Place of birthSeymour, Indiana, USA
Professionbasketball coach
UniversityPurdue University

Physical Statistics

Heightin feet inches – 5′ 8” – in centimeters – 172cm
Weightin kilograms – 62kg – in pounds – 136 pounds
Hair colorBrown
eye colorBlue

Teri Moren Family


relationship status

Marital statussingle
Who is Teri Moren’s husband/boyfriend?none

Personal life

Teri Moren has never married in her life and is not going to have a child. She wholeheartedly dedicated her life to sports and her sporting career.

social media

Teri Moren is available on Instagram and Twitter. On Instagram, she goes by the name – @terimoren, with a verified and official account. You can also catch her posting the trends and official news of the games on her Twitter account – @TeriMoren. The last post she had on her official Twitter account was on March 11, 2023, when she wished Mattie Mae a happy birthday.

Teri Moren net worth

Teri Moren, who has continued her coaching career since 2000, is certainly making good money due to her hard work, enthusiasm, and willpower in maintaining fitness and dedication to the sport among her teammates and students. There is currently no information on her net worth, but we assume it to be as high as $15 million.

Facts About Teri Moren

  • As a kid growing up in Seymour, Moren went to church every Sunday, ate lunch at Grandma’s, and watched The Bobby Knight Show and Hoosier men’s basketball games.
  • During her high school career, Moren achieved four section championships and two regional titles and appeared in the 1987 state basketball finals.
  • During her senior year, Moren set a school record by making 203 field goals and averaging 18.4 points per game.
  • In 1987 she was named Indiana All-Star and Columbus Republic Female Athlete of the Year.
  • During her high school career, Moren earned 1,138 career points.
  • The Seymour High School Athletics Hall of Fame inducted her into its inaugural class in December 2017.

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