Posted April 30, 2012 on AP on Fox
Indiana's men's and women's basketball teams will each have a Hulls on the floor season. The school says former Bowling Green player Kaila Hulls has decided to transfer to Indiana and return to her hometown. Hulls averaged 20 points and 11.7 points as a senior for Bloomington South and won Bowling Green's 3-point shooting contest during Midnight Madness last fall. But she tore her ACL and missed her entire freshman season. She was an Indiana All-Star and a candidate for the McDonald's All-America team. The move comes just a little more than one month after former Bowling Green coach Curt Miller took the same job at Indiana. Hulls is also the sister of Jordan Hulls, a former Indiana Mr. Basketball and a starter on the Hoosiers' men's basketball team.

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