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Grace Berger

Sports Marketing and Management


Berger graduated from Indiana in three years, earning her degree in sports marketing and management this May. She is now pursuing a master’s degree in recreational administration.

Berger was an Academic All-Big Ten selection, a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, and made the Dean’s List throughout her academic career.


Berger is an extremely motivated and ambitious individual. Her love of the game and blue-collar attitude are contagious.

She has steadily worked her way into a leadership role for a program that has reached new heights during her tenure. Berger has gained the trust and respect of everyone in the program by going about her business and being all for the team.

Everyone around her looks up to her as a role model. Berger is determined not only to make herself a better player and person on the court, but off of it as well.


Berger has dedicated a lot of her time to the community in Bloomington.

She has been involved with the program’s Candy Stripe Crew event every year, where the team hosts disabled and handicapped individuals for a two-hour basketball clinic. Berger has also read to students at local elementary schools and served as a Hoosier HEROES student-athlete peer mentor.


Berger’s evolution on the court has been incredible. She is a two-time all-conference first team selection with the Hoosiers. Berger recorded Indiana’s first-ever triple doubles and led the nation with three as she led the team to an Elite Eight appearance. The Hoosiers also earned their sixth consecutive 20-win season and a new program-record 16 conference wins.

In 2020-21, Berger earned WBCA and USWBA All-American Honorable Mention recognition after averaging 15.4 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game. She was named to the Cheryl Miller Award Top 10 Watch List and scored in double figures 23 times. She also impressed on the international level, helping Team USA win gold at the 2021 AmeriCup in Puerto Rico.

Berger enters her senior year just four points shy of becoming the 29th Hoosier to record 1,000 career points.