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With the explosive Tulane Green Wave (4-1) on the schedule this weekend,
the Hoosiers need to keep their concentration to eliminate physical
mistakes because Tulane averages 5.8 runs per game this season. Let’s
take a quick look at some of the numbers IU needs to clean up.
New Orleans might be called the “Big Easy,” but nothing came easy for
the IU baseball team this weekend when they were swept by the Tulane
Green Wave in three excruciatingly close games (3-2, 9-8, 6-2).
After being swept by Tulane last weekend, the IU baseball team has one
bright spot for this weekend’s series against Eastern Tennessee State
University — the performance of freshman left fielder Chris Sujka.
The Hoosiers could only muster one win during their weekend in Johnson City, Tenn. against East Tennessee State.
After dropping a pair of one-run games against East Tennessee State, the
Hoosiers travel to Louisville, Ky., to take on the No. 14 Cardinals
Two big innings doomed the Indiana baseball team as they lost to No. 14
Louisville, 13-4, Tuesday at Patterson Stadium in Louisville, Ky.
The Big Ten’s only Pre-season All-American — IU junior second baseman
Micah Johnson — will have possible season-ending elbow surgery
In what will be the 95th meeting of a series that dates back to 1898,
the IU baseball team will travel to Bob Warn Field in Terre Haute to
play the Indiana State Sycamores.
Mere inches prevented the Hoosiers from escaping the fourth inning unscathed.
Instead, Indiana State scored four runs in the frame on its way to a 13-8 win.
Southern California is well-represented on the IU baseball team’s roster. Of the 35 Hoosiers, nine players hail from the region. IU Coach Tracy Smith said it’s not a coincidence that during spring
break, the Hoosiers will play eight games against southern California
The Hoosiers earned three wins in eight games during their spring break
trip to Southern California, and sophomore starter Joey DeNato earned
two of those wins.
The Hoosiers won game one of their weekend series against Loyola Marymount, 3-1, but LMU swept them in a doubleheader.
The home-and-home series today and tomorrow against Eastern Kentucky
marks the Hoosiers’ final two opportunities to improve before Big Ten
play begins this weekend.
Despite surrendering early unearned runs, freshman left fielder Chris
Sujka and junior short stop Michael Basil combined for four hits, a home
run, three RBIs and three runs to rally the IU baseball team past
Eastern Kentucky, 6-4.
After starting the year with 20 consecutive road games — including a
stretch of 12 games in 10 days — the IU baseball team will play its
first home game of the season at Sembower Field on Wednesday against
Behind sophomore third baseman Dustin DeMuth’s four hits, three RBI and
three runs, the IU baseball team exploded for 11 runs in the first six
innings to win its home opener against Eastern Kentucky, 11-5.
IU’s 11-5 win Wednesday against Eastern Kentucky gave them their fourth
win in six games. Their stop at Sembower Field was brief, as the team
took a bus to State College, Pa. to open Big Ten play this weekend with a
three-game series at Penn State.
Chris Sujka’s two-run double in the sixth inning provided the Hoosiers
all the offense necessary to win the game — and the series — 2-1 in the
rubber match against Penn State. IU’s series win was the first foray
into conference play for both teams.
The Hoosiers take on the Xavier Musketeers today in their second home game at Sembower Field.
Despite jumping out to an early three-run lead, the IU baseball team
allowed the Xavier Musketeers’ offense to score 11 unanswered runs en
route to a 11-3 loss at