ND's Cunningham inducted into Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame
NEW CASTLE, Ind. - Notre Dame women's basketball has earned several honors during its recent run of success, both as a program and as individuals within it.
Another individual honor came over the weekend as Irish assistant coach Beth Cunningham was inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. The induction came one year after Cunningham was invited to the Hall as part of the 2018 Silver Anniversary team marking 25 years since her senior campaign at Bloomington High School South.
Cunningham set the scoring record for Monroe County and was selected as an Indiana All-Star before heading to South Bend, where she became Notre Dame's all-time leading scorer and led the Irish to their first-ever Final Four in 1997. After a professional career that included time in the WNBA, Cunningham went into coaching, becoming the winningest coach at Virginia Commonwealth University before returning to her alma mater under Muffet McGraw.
Hear her reaction to the weekend in the video above!