Indiana’s Aleksa Gulbe (10) claps in encouragement at her teammates during the Hoosiers’ 73-70 win over N.C. State in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Saturday night. (Justin Tafoya / NCAA Photos via Getty Images)

Matchups for the 2021 Significant Ten/ACC Challenge were introduced on Tuesday, and it will be a acquainted foe for the Indiana women’s basketball workforce.

The Hoosiers will host North Carolina Point out on Dec. 2 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Corridor in a rematch of previous March’s Sweet Sixteen sport in San Antonio. IU upset the leading-seeded Wolfpack in that video game at the Alamodome, 73-70, to advance to the Elite 8 for the very first time in school historical past. All five Indiana starters scored in double figures in that sport and all 5 starters return for the Hoosiers in 2021-22, led by All-People in america Mackenzie Holmes and Grace Berger.

The sport will appear a week after IU performs defending national champion Stanford as component of the Pink Flamingo Championship in the Bahamas.