That ban will be followed by UConn men's basketball coaches.
UConn and its coaches will not attend the Final Four in Indianapolis this week, or the subsequent coaches convention, to protest the law signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
UConn President Susan Herbst said in a statement that UConn coaches will not be in attendance.
"In support of Governor Malloy's travel ban to the state of Indiana, Kevin Ollie and other members of the UConn men's basketball staff will not travel to Indianapolis for the NCAA Final Four and events surrounding it. UConn is a community that values all of our members and treats each person with the same degree of repsect, regardless of their background and beliefs and we will not tolerate any other behavior."
The Indiana law has come under fire since Pence signed into law a statute that many feel will allow businesses to discriminate against members of the gay and lesbian community.
The backlash against the law has been strong with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo also instituting a state travel ban on official business to Indiana.
The NCAA, located in Indianapolis, has also expressed concern about the law and has warned it may consider taking future events out of Indianapolis.
The women's Final Four is in Indiana in 2016.
UConn coach Geno Auriemma had strong words about the law per the Courant's Jeff Jacobs.
"Is there no limit to what people will do to promote their agenda?" Auriemma said to the Courant this past weekend in Albany at the regionals. "There is no limit I guess. Whether it's race or religion or gay rights, it's 2015. We're fighting wars overseas because religious fanatics are trying to take over the world. I thought we were supposed to stand for something other than that."