Indiana coach Teri Moren will have a staff opening to fill this summer.
Assistant Janese Constantine announced Monday that she is leaving IU to follow her husband, Paul, to Alabama. Paul Constantine previously worked on Indiana’s football strength and conditioning staff before taking a job at the University of Alabama in March.
Janese Constantine spent four seasons at IU, joining Moren’s coaching wing in 2016 after a two-season stint at IUPUI. The job brought her back to the Big Ten, where she was a three-time all-conference selection as a player at Wisconsin.
With the Hoosiers, Constantine helped Indiana continue its run of five consecutive 20-win seasons. Indiana won the 2018 WNIT title.
“Indiana, our Indiana. We’re all for you — The words I sang for the last four years that mean so much to me!,” Constantine wrote in a message posted to Twitter. “And as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. With that, I am announcing that my time at Indiana has come to a close as I will be following my husband to Alabama and let the Lord lead my steps from there.
“I would be remiss though if I don’t tell you all what an INCREDIBLE journey it has been these last four years. I would consider them to be the best four years of my life! IU will always be a part of me. It’s where I met my husband, had my son, and built some of the best relationships that I’ll have for life!”