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Just got off the phone with Eric Arnett and Chris Hervey, two of the key players in the Hoosiers' 9-2 win over Michigan State to open the do-or-die four-game set in East Lansing.
The Hoosiers are creeping closer and closer to the promised land, but they almost hit a serious bump in the road.
That's right, an IU win or a Northwestern loss (either will do) tomorrow puts the Hoosiers in their first Big Ten Tournament in five years.
The Hoosiers broke out the big bats with six runs in inning No. 1 today in East Lansing and never looked back, bashing their way to their first Big Ten Tournament appearance in five years with a 14-5 win over the host Spartans.
Below is the story I'm writing for Monday's paper about this weekend. It's a bit long, but it's all here.
I've inundated you with posts in the last few days, and I apologize for that. It's just that with the lighter publication schedule in the summer, the blog is my best tool for bringing you what's happening with the Hoosiers.
News from the home front: Andrew Means picked up another Big Ten Player of the Week honor, his second of the season.
Been in transit back to Bloomington for most of the day now it seems (air travel is such a headache). Anyway, I do apologize for not disseminating this to all of you sooner: Josh Phegley (unanimous selection, one of four), Andrew Means and Matt Bashore all made first-team All-Big Ten.
Phegley came up short in Player of the Year honors to Michigan's Nate Recknagel, however.
Read and enjoy. Comment if you so desire.
Sh: IU 'not satisfied' headed into Big Ten Tournament
Ssubh: Hoosiers open on Wednesday with game against Penn State
By Zachary Osterman
Just weeks ago, it would have been nearly unimaginable to picture the IU baseball team in their first Big Ten Tournament in five years.
The IU baseball team, perhaps the hottest Big Ten squad coming into the conference tournament, is one loss away from crashing right back out.
Free baseball at Ray Fisher Stadium, and the Hoosiers pulled out an ugly one to keep their season alive, winning 10-8 with two runs in the top of the 10th.
Below is likely the last baseball wrap I'll write for y'all. I'm leaving for an internship in D.C.
As the headline states, IU defeated Illinois today 14-7. Josh Phegley was ridiculous as usual, going 4-for-4 with two home runs and six RBIs.Tyler Tuffts pitched a gem up until the 7th when he came into a little trouble.
Due to Wordpress' margin restrictions, I can't just copy and paste the box in. But I can insert a link!
Tyler Cox bobbled a grounder in the top of the 9th that gave Penn State the go ahead run at 8-7.
Upon returning to the dugout Cox said he wanted someone to kill him.
Someone please tell Fairy Godmother that Tyler Cox wears a size 12 glass cleat. The senior infielder's walk-off grand slam against Penn State kept the Hoosiers' Cinderella story in the Big Ten Tournament going.
After beating Illinois 14-7 and then Penn State 11-8 today, IU will take on rival Purdue tomorrow afternoon.
The Hoosiers led 7-4 going into the 9th needing only three outs to advance to the final day of the tourney.
IU starter Chris McCombs and reliever Chris squires stumbled and surrendered three runs, but still were one routine ground out away from keeping the game tied at least.
But when that routine ground ball bounced of off Cox's glove, Indiana "went from being up three runs in the last inning, just needing three outs, to being down one really quick.
that Cox's grand slam will be featured in ESPN's top 10 tonight. I'll be watching, will you?
Also ... I am technically supposed to be working right now, so I won't be able to post extra quotes for a while.
The clock struck midnight ending the IU baseball teams Cinderella run as the Hoosiers fell 11-7 to rival Purdue.
A month ago the Hoosiers were in the dumps.