IU women add Mousty, lose Stauere

The Indiana women’s basketball roster remains in flux this offseason, with the Hoosiers and new coach Curt Miller reportedly adding one and losing one from the roster in the last five days.

Bret McCormick of All-Star Girls Report tweeted Friday that 6-foot-4 Kristiana Stauere was transferring from Indiana to D-II Alaska-Anchorage, following former IU assistant Nathan Altenhofen, who was named the new head coach there. Stauere has two years of eligibility remaining.

Then McCormick tweeted Tuesday that the Hoosiers have added 6-3 Jocelyn Mousty of Eastern Pekin to the 2012 recruiting class. Mousty is an Indiana All-Star who originally signed with Ball State, but asked for her release after a coaching change. Her AAU team, the Indiana Flight, also tweeted that Mousty was headed to IU.

Mousty averaged 19.3 points, 11.3 rebounds and 3.9 blocks as a senior, including a 32-point, 17-rebound effort against Brownstown. She was a member of the Junior All-Star south squad last summer, posting 17 points and 13 rebounds against the seniors.


  1. Coach Miller is quietly doing his job. He was left with 9 players on the IU Women’s roster and zero 2012 recruits. He has now added a former IN HS All-Star transfer, Kailia Hulls, who might be eligible for the 2012-13 season; a current IN HS All-Star 2012 recruit Jocelyn Mousty, who will be eligible to play in 2012-13; a transfer who will be eligible for the 2013-14 season, Claire Jakrobicek, who was the MAC Freshman of the Year in 2011-12; and two well regarded recruits for 2013, Jenn Anderson of IN and Taylor Agler of OH. Great work and keep it going!

  2. Coach Miller is doing an awesome job so far. He will turn the Women’s program around just like Tom Crean did with the guys.

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