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Never in the past has a summer been so busy for an IU baseball team.
The last time I picked up a baseball bat in competition, I was 7 years
old. We had all moved past hitting off a tee, but we still weren’t
allowed more than one base at a time.
So when IU coach Tracy Smith asked earlier in the fall if my fellow
beat writer Ryan Gregg and I wanted to manage one of his team’s
intrasquad Cream against Crimson fall games, the words “natural fit”
came to mind. After all, those who can’t do, coach, right?
The IU baseball team's game against IPFW Tuesday has been postponed, while the men's basketball team's last regular season game has its date and time set.
Indiana State’s Sycamore Field will play host to IU’s first in-state
contest, which will begin at 3 p.m. The game provides an IU team, which
has had multiple games canceled, an opportunity to head into a
game-heavy March with a win.
The IU baseball team fell 10-6 to Eastern Michigan during a game Wednesday at Sembower Field.
The Hoosiers (3-3) suffered their second-worst loss of the season as Indiana State defeated them, 11-2.
After giving up 11 hits and leaving 12 stranded on base, IU lost to Eastern Michigan, 10-6.
The loss drops the Hoosiers to 3-4 on the season and 0-1 at home.
IU coach Tracy Smith wasn’t happy with his team Sunday night, to say the least.After
the Hoosiers’ last game at the Eagle Invitational, an 8-3 win against
Le Moyne, Smith was brutally honest when discussing their performance.
Behind excellent pitching from junior Chris Squires and nine home runs, the Hoosiers did just that in a dominating 18-3 victory. Squires pitched six innings, giving up five hits and only three earned runs on Tuesday.
By all accounts, IU (8-7) had the right man in its batter’s box with
two hitters on base in the eighth inning of its 8-7 loss to Kentucky on
The Hoosiers will play their first game Saturday against Bowling Green
at Chain O’Lakes Stadium in Winter Haven, Fla. They will then compete
in a string of contests, which will lead IU into conference play and
its toughest portion of the season.
The IU baseball team played in a game for the record books on Monday. The Hoosiers (6-9) lost 28-17 to the University of Northern Iowa (9-9).
Both teams had pitching problem, leading to astronomical numbers from
After losing six of its last eight games, IU will attempt to rebound today at 3p.m. against Xavier in Cincinnati. IU coach Tracy Smith will also face off with his former assistant, Xavier coach Scott Googins.
Any 7-13 team would be prone to panic – losing six of your last eight games can only further deplete an already anxiety-filled, partly shattered psyche. IU is relatively calm heading into its 3 p.m. game today against Xavier
(10-6), despite the contest’s weight. It is the Hoosiers' final opportunity for
improvement before the Big Ten season.
A walk-off home run in the 11th inning was the difference in the Hoosiers’ 7-6 loss to Xavier Wednesday in Cincinnati.
It is IU’s seventh defeat in eight games. The mid-week loss dropped the team’s record to 7-14.
Possessing ability within the diamond, even his teammates rave about
him, dubbing him “Mr. Hands.” However, it will take more than one man
to win games in the Big Ten. No one knows that more than Phegley
heading into IU’s 3 p.m. Friday conference opener against Minnesota.
By means of a dominant fastball and slider, the Pataskala, Ohio, native
has quietly transformed into one of the most feared pitchers in the Big
Ten. Arnett currently leads the Hoosiers in wins (4-1), ERA (2.57),
strikeouts (35) and innings pitched (35).
IU and Minnesota went play for play through three innings, as each pitcher retired almost every batter they faced. That changed in the fourth inning of the Hoosiers’ 12-5 loss.
Behind 10 strikeouts from junior pitcher Eric Arnett, the Hoosiers
evened their Big Ten opening series with Minnesota with a 3-2 win
Saturday at Sembower Field.
Eric Arnett lunged from a soggy mound, sending every inch of his
slender, 6-foot-5 frame flailing toward the wet grass in his last heave
of Saturday’s 3-2 win against No. 25 Minnesota.