Aug. 14, 2007
Throughout the 2007-08 season, IUHOOSIERS.com will sit down and get to know the Indiana women's basketball staff and team. Hoosier head coach Felisha Legette-Jack is first on the list.
In one word, describe your first year at Indiana:
It was our passion that helped us do what we have done so far.
What has been your biggest surprise since arriving in Bloomington?
The people. They are absolutely fantastic. I expected that, but to be a part of it and see the warmth and acceptance of the community has been tremendous.
What was your best memory of last season?
All of it. Every day was my best memory.
Describe your presence on the bench.
What aspects of coaching in the Big Ten do you like the best?
I love all of it. I love the intensity of my peers. I love the comradery of our conference when it goes up against other conferences. I love the size of our support and the Big Ten Network is going to be a welcome addition to all of it.
What are your long-term goals for this program?
Winning championships in the classroom and on the court.
What is the most exciting thing about college basketball?
The youthfulness of it and every day there is something new.
What is your greatest accomplishment?
Getting others to believe in the one vision that we have created her, which is the pursuit of championships in the classroom and on the court.
What are your expectations for this season?
To continue to compete and develop our C.A.B. approach - character, academics and basketball - and take that to the highest level.