Head Coach - Indiana
Vice President, Publications (2021-23)
Shonda Stanton was named Indiana's ninth head coach on June 10, 2017. Stanton came to the Hoosiers after 18 seasons at Marshall, where she was the winningest coach in program history with 560 victories.
Over three years, she has guided Hoosiers to 76 victories, 27 in Big Ten play (no conference games in 2020). In her first season, she steers IU to a Big Ten third-place finish, 17 Big Ten wins, most since 2011, and advanced to the league tournament semis for first time since 2006. In 2019, the Hoosiers got off to their best start in program history (14-0) and a 36-21 overall record (most wins since 2011). The 2019 squad also swiped a school-record 141 bases.
At Marshall, her teams ranked in the top 10 in stolen bases more than any other program since she took over in 2000, including every year from 2009-17. Led national in stolen bases three times, including 2017 with 162.