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IU baseball and softball will have a new complex for the 2013 baseball
and softball seasons. The Board of Trustees approved the construction on
Thursday with the goal of starting construction in spring 2012 and
completing it for the 2013 seasons.
On Aug. 19, the IU Board of Trustees approved construction of a new
baseball and softball complex to be built north of the Indiana Tennis
Center and Mellencamp
Pavilion. Ground is scheduled to be broken in spring 2012. The stadiums should be ready for the 2013 season.
The new varsity baseball and softball stadiums will take the place of
the intramural fields on the north edge of campus near 45/46 and Fee
Lane and will leave the nearly 10,000 participants of intramural sports
without a home field.
The heat was not the only thing rising in Bloomington last week. The
hearts of the Hoosier softball team rose with the hopes of another
successful season to match 2011’s 37-18 performance.
During the winter and early spring stints of practice, the team utilized
the Mellencamp Pavillion for its warmer practice environment. However,
the playing surface of the Pavillion is turf, not dirt.
The noon softball game in El Paso, Texas, between the Indiana Hoosiers
and the University of Texas at El Paso was cancelled today due to high
winds and cold temperatures.
Home runs were not a rare sight in this weekend’s opening tournament for
the Hoosiers. Sophomore Jenna Abraham’s two home runs Friday and junior
Amanda Wagner’s two home runs Saturday helped lead the Hoosier softball
team to split its four opening weekend games.
The Hoosier softball team will continue its season this weekend in Las Vegas at the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic.
Early innings proved a struggle for the Hoosier hardball team’s defense
this weekend in the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic in Las Vegas.
Following a difficult start to the weekend in Las Vegas, the Hoosiers
look to keep the momentum going after their 8-5 win against Memphis this
After two games Friday, the Hoosiers will gear up to face three
experienced teams in the rest of the Phyllis Rafter Memorial tournament
in Woodstock, Ga., on Saturday and Sunday.
Following a 1-4 showing this past week, Indiana (7-7) exploded
offensively during four wins this weekend, finishing 4-1 in the Phyllis
Rafter Memorial tournament in Woodstock, Ga.
Its record ratio has stayed the same moving from 2-2 to 7-7, but the IU
softball team has morphed into a different team since the beginning of
The DeMarini Invitational this weekend marks the first instance the
Hoosiers (7-7) face a ranked opponent this season. IU Coach Michelle
Gardner said she believes the Hoosiers have the potential to do great
things if they stay consistent with their past wins.
Late innings were all the rage this weekend at the DeMarini Invitational in Fullerton, Calif. During Indiana’s 2-3 weekend, the Hoosiers scored 12 of their 19 total runs in the final three innings of this weekend’s games.
This weekend the Hoosiers (9-10) head to Norman, Okla. for the OU Spring
Festival. The Festival will feature two games against Wichita State
(6-11) and three games against No. 8 Oklahoma (15-3).
On March 9-11, the Hoosiers competed in the Oklahoma Spring Festival in
Norman, Okla. The Hoosiers finished the weekend 2-3, winning both games
against Wichita State (6-18) and losing three games to then-No. 8
On Sunday, the Hoosiers (15-13) wrapped up the Hoosier Classic with a
9-1 win in five innings against the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Coming off a 4-0 sweep at the Hoosier Classic this past weekend, the
Hoosiers (15-13) look to continue their winning ways heading into the
next stage of their thus-far successful season.
The Indiana Hoosiers 16-5 (1-2) opened Big Ten play this weekend facing the Ohio State Buckeyes 16-11 (2-1) in Columbus, Ohio.