Best of 2015: Indiana Fever

Relive the top 24 Fever moments from 2015.

It all started back on February 26, 2015, when perennial All-Star Tamika Catchings announced that she’d signed her final (two-year) contract with the Indiana Fever. Add in first-time head coach Stephanie White and fans were braced for the unexpected.

The year 2015 saw Fever fans set a new Guinness World Records, Catchings’ Final WNBA All-Star appearance, the rise of Shenise Johnson, Coach White’s historic rookie season, Catchings breaking a handful of records, and an unbelievable run to Game 5 of the WNBA Finals. Relive the year that was as we look forward to more in 2016. These events are listed in chronological order:


February 26 –
Catchings Signs Her Final Contract
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March 12 –
Fever Trade for Shenise Johnson
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June 6 –
#FeverGlowRecord is Successful
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June 12 –
Coach White Gets Her First Win
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June 13 –
Gail Goestenkors inducted into the WBHOF
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June 14 –
Lauren Hill Tribute
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June 16 –
Pohlen Wins Community Assist Award
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June 20 –
Finish Line Renews Marquee Partnership
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July 6 –
Achonwa named Rookie of the Month
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July 15 –
Catchings Wins ESPN Sports Humanitarian of the Year
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July 25-26 –
Catchings’ Final WNBA All-Star
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July 25-26 –
Coleman’s First WNBA All-Star
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August 31 –
January Signs Multi-Year Contract Extension
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September 1 –
Fever Clinch Record 11th Consecutive Playoff Berth
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September 13 –
January Wins Community Assist Award
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September 24 –
Achonwa Named to WNBA All-Rookie Team
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September 27 –
Catchings, January named to WNBA All-Defensive Team
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September 29 –
Fever Advance to Finals and Win a WNBA-Record Five Elimination Games
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