Indiana women’s basketball landed in the NCAA Tournament after a dominant run, capturing the regular-season B1G title with a 28-4 overall record.

That impressive season netted the Hoosiers a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and high expectations for a deep run in March. Unfortunately, Indiana was upended by No. 9 seed Miami in the Round of 32, suffering the same fate as the men’s basketball team.

The main difference for the women’s team is they were neck-and-neck with the Hurricanes in a dramatic finish. After Haley Cavinder hit a pair of free throws for the Hurricanes to make it 68-65 with 12 seconds to go, the Hoosiers had an answer.

Yarden Garzon drilled a 3-point jumper with 8 seconds left to tie things up:

Unfortunately, that was not enough to hold off the Hurricanes. Destiny Harden sent Miami to the upset with a game-winner in the lane with 3 seconds remaining to take down the No. 1 seeded Hoosiers.

Mackenzie Holmes led Indiana with 22 points and 9 rebounds while Grace Berger added 17 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Unfortunately, the Hoosiers allowed Miami to shoot 8-for-14 from 3-point range while going just 5-for-15 from deep themselves.

That 3-point shooting proved to be the difference in a dramatic March Madness affair.