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The Hoosiers (10-37, 4-14) split the weekend’s doubleheader at Penn State (19-25, 7-11).
IU would not succumb on its senior day without giving rival Purdue a hard fight, and it did so twice in a season-ending doubleheader Saturday.
In IU coach Michelle Gardner’s first season, the softball team went
10-39. But this season looks to be an improvement with the addition of
a youthful lineup.
IU looks to bounce back from its current nine-game losing streak when
it faces Louisville on Wednesday and Evansville twice on Thursday in
In an effort to end a nine-game losing streak, the Hoosiers fell short in their 11-0 loss to No. 23 Louisville at home.
This past season, 10 freshman softball players were added to the IU
roster. But another newcomer to the Hoosiers, Cassie Gogreve, has also
made a major impact on the field.
The IU softball team (6-19) travels to Indiana State (11-12) today, looking to end its current 10-game slump.
The Hoosiers last played and defeated the Sycamores 5-4 on March 26, 2009.
The IU softball (7-19) team snapped a 10-game losing streak as it beat Indiana State 2-1 in Terre Haute, Ind.
The Hoosiers have their toughest competition of the season when they
face the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines in its Big Ten home opener.
With 10 of its 23 players in their freshman year, the IU softball team
is in rebuilding mode this season. But what the newest recruiting class
lacks in age, it makes up for in talent.
Just when the IU softball team started winning in the Big Ten, it goes back to non-conference action.
IU (8-24, 1-5) plays Evansville (11-21) in a home doubleheader today and travels to Ball State (24-9) on Wednesday.
Despite a key victory over Evansville on Tuesday, IU’s momentum did not continue in its two losses against Ball State.
The IU softball team has found its winning touch, but it’s getting a tough test today.
The IU softball (11-29, 3-7) team knew it was going against a high-powered team in Ohio State.
The Hoosiers will attempt to move out of ninth place in the Big Ten, as
the team faces No. 18 Fighting Illini in a double-header in Bloomington.
The first game of the IU softball team’s doubleheader against No. 19
Illinois was a close loss, but the Fighting Illini’s powerful hitting
crushed the Hoosiers in the second contest.
The Hoosiers needed someone to step up and lead the team this year.
Luckily for them, senior outfielder Jennifer Glueckert has become the person they were looking for.
IU men’s basketball has the Crimson Guard, football has the Quarry and
baseball has Tracy’s Terrace. And you can now add softball to the list
of teams with organized student support.
The IU women’s softball team will look to West Lafayette as they attempt
to break their losing streak of seven games in this weekend’s series.
This past week, the city played host to the USA/ASA National Fastpitch
softball tournament for the 19th time. It marks the largest Bloomington
tournament since the Under-16 National Fastpitch Tournament in 2004.