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The Hoosiers' four-game winning streak was snapped Tuesday night after
surrendering an early lead to Miami (OH).
Last season, outfielder Alex Dickerson had no trouble contributing with the bat in his hand.
The freshman fielder’s glove, though, was a whole other story.
Heading into the weekend Big Ten series at Minnesota, IU coach Tracy
Smith noted the conference schedule was entering a pivotal phase for
each club in the 10-team league.
The Hoosiers look to bounce back after losing two games to the Minnesota
Golden Gophers, with a non-conference home game against Indiana State
(25-12) at 3 p.m.
A rough day for most of IU’s mid-week pitchers and a sluggish offensive
performance contributed to a blowout loss for IU baseball at the hands
of an in-state foe and left the Hoosiers’ head coach displeased with
the current competitiveness of his squad.
The Hoosiers play host to Purdue (24-16) heading into the fifth weekend
of conference play with a 20-19 overall record. The Boilermakers are
red-hot, winning eight of their last 10. IU, on the other hand, has
lost four of its last five.
Top of the third inning. As usual, junior Dylan Swift squats behind home plate.
Way back in September 2006, the board of trustees approved three major
building projects for an athletics department riding a bit of a high at
A variety of weather conditions — including a near rainout in the
series finale – couldn’t slow the offense from either side of the
baseball diamond this weekend at Sembower Field.
Smith hopes that the more focused approach will allow his Hoosiers
(21-21, 7-8) to come away successful from this weekend’s conference
series at Northwestern (20-25, 9-6)
The Hoosiers (23-22, 9-9) won a pitchers’ duel 1-0 over Northwestern
(21-27, 10-8) in the series finale and deciding game in their 3-game
series at Rocky Miller Park Sunday.
The Hoosiers (24-22) capped a wild finish against Kentucky (26-22) when a
two-out, 10th inning double from senior
Michael Earley plated two runs to give IU the 18-17 win
IU senior closing pitcher Chris Squires rebounded from two disappointing
relief efforts to preserve the win in Sunday’s finale at Michigan
State, but the Hoosiers now face a dogfight to make the Big Ten
IU (25-24, 10-11) faces Illinois (25-24, 9-12) in the final conference
series of the year on Friday, with a chance to defend last year’s Big
Ten Tournament championship on the line.
Taking a look at the IU baseball team’s last five wins, one might
conclude that the team knows how to win close games. But a closer look
at the scores — 10-7, 18-17, 1-0, 11-9, and 12-11 — shows a disturbing
trend of needing to out-muscle the opposition.
The Hoosiers (27-25, 12-12) did just that Saturday afternoon at Sembower
Field, winning 16-6 over Illinois (26-26, 10-14) to earn the sixth and
final seed to this week’s Big Ten Tournament in Columbus, Ohio.
The Hoosiers’ strong pitching from junior Matt Carr and senior Chris
Squires held the Illini to only 10 hits, and Squires, who entered in
relief, needed just 22 pitches to close out the Illini.
The sixth-seeded Hoosiers recorded a first-round tournament win over the
third-seeded Northwestern Wildcats 5-0 . IU will now face top-seed
Minnesota on Thursday at 7:05 p.m.
The best way to keep up the momentum backing the baseball program would
be a new stadium. I like the 59-year-old Sembower Field; don’t get me
wrong. But I think we can do better than the 2,250 seating capacity,
which fills up more often than one might think.
Dickerson was the first player in IU history to win Big Ten Freshman of
the Year and Big Ten Player of the Year in consecutive seasons. He was
also part of the Second Team All-Big Ten, a third team All-Mideast
Region selection, and a recipient of Freshman All-America honors from
Collegiate Baseball and the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s