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For the first time since joining the IU baseball program as its new head coach during the summer, Jeff Mercer led the Hoosiers to victory in their first fall scrimmage.
Statistics in this article are as of July 20, 2018.
Last week, IU announced three members of new coach Jeff Mercer's staff, but on Wednesday, there was another addition to the staff.
After catching the public eye with a strong performance during the 2016 World Series, IU alumnus Kyle Schwarber returned to the national spotlight Monday night.
On Wednesday, IU officially announced new baseball Coach Jeff Mercer's staff after days of reported hirings.
After reportedly hiring Justin Parker just days ago, new IU Coach Jeff Mercer has reportedly added another new member to his staff — Dan Held.
Since the conclusion of the 2018 regular season, 21 members of the IU baseball program have spread across the country to play summer baseball and many of them have been turning heads.
In a Twitter post from Kendall Rogers of d1baseball.com on Thursday, it was reported former Central Florida and Wright State pitching coach Justin Parker will be joining new IU Coach Jeff Mercer in Bloomington.
Hoosier baseball fans won’t have to wait any longer to find out who will replace Chris Lemonis as head coach in Bloomington.
Indiana Daily Student baseball reporters Cameron Drummond, Stefan Krajisnik and Auston Matricardi discuss former IU Coach Chris Lemonis leaving the IU baseball program to become the new head coach at Mississippi State, as well as potential head coaching options for the Hoosiers following Lemonis' departure.
After four years at the helm of the IU baseball program, Chris Lemonis is moving on.
Just days after Jonathan Stiever and Luke Miller decided to leave IU, another underclassman draftee has joined them in the professional ranks.
A little less than a week after being selected in the 2018 MLB Draft, a pair of Hoosiers have elected to sign with their respective organizations and become professionals.
While the IU baseball season came to an end Sunday night with a loss to Texas in the NCAA Tournament's Austin regional, there were still opportunities this week for Hoosier players to become household names by being selected in the 2018 MLB Draft.
Now that the IU baseball season has come to an end on the diamond, the offseason begins.
When the top two seeds in an NCAA Tournament regional go head-to-head, the game is generally expected to be a good one, and that’s what IU and Texas delivered Sunday night.
Survive and advance. That was the goal for the IU baseball team entering Sunday afternoon’s NCAA Tournament elimination game with the Texas A&M Aggies.
With the 2018 season on the line for the IU baseball team, junior pitcher Pauly Milto delivered a classic performance.
The NCAA Tournament kicked off around the country Friday, with the IU baseball team among the 64 teams taking their first steps down what they hope is the road to Omaha, Nebraska, and the College World Series.
On Thursday, Collegiate Baseball Newspaper announced its All-American selections, with one Hoosier making the cut. Junior utility player Matt Lloyd was named to the publication’s All-American second team.