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Bloomington will be filled with cream and crimson homecoming weekend, as alumni and Hoosier fans flock to IU. Homecoming weekend is centered on the football game, but five different IU teams will take the field at home over the weekend.
On Sunday afternoon, IU softball showed flashes of the potential they have in year two under Coach Shonda Stanton.
Athletic Director Fred Glass announced the 37th IU Athletics Hall of Fame class Sept. 12.
After finishing third in the Big Ten just a few months ago in coach Shonda Stanton’s first campaign, IU softball has a chance to carry that momentum in the fall season.
After leading Oregon to the Women’s College World Series for the third time in her four seasons with the Ducks, Gwen Svekis has joined IU softball as a volunteer assistant coach.
On Monday, the IU softball program announced two new players will be joining the dugout in incoming freshman Hope Grange and sophomore transfer Camryn Woodall from the University of Utah.
IU softball announced Thursday that shortstop Grayson Radcliffe, formerly of Marshall University, will be transferring to IU for her sophomore season.
IU and Minnesota only played once Saturday afternoon, but it had the feeling of two completely different games.
With a full count in the bottom of the seventh inning, IU senior infielder Taylor Uden was in a familiar position.
After securing a first-round bye, the IU softball team will play Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals at 2:30 p.m Friday. The Fighting Illini defeated Maryland 5-3 on Thursday afternoon.
After finishing third overall in the Big Ten Conference team standings this season, the individual honors came in for IU softball earlier this week.
After beginning the season 7-21, the IU softball team needed a way to forget the nonconference misfortunes and get ready for the gauntlet of the Big Ten Conference. IU Coach Shonda Stanton came up with a way to make all those negative reminders go up in smoke.
It wasn’t a picture-perfect ending to the regular season, but the result didn’t matter for the IU softball team. Despite the opportunity to finish the season with a .500 overall and undefeated record on the road in conference play, Rutgers had a different view on how IU's final regular season weekend would turn out.
In its final conference series of the season, IU softball has a chance to make history.
Junior pitcher Tara Trainer couldn’t help but crack a smile despite her team losing the series against No. 15 Michigan, 2-1.
After being one game away from the worst start in program history, IU Coach Shonda Stanton said to not give up on her team just yet because, come April, they were going to “punch some people in the mouth.” With a few days away from the beginning of May, she stuck to her word.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — Two days before her final home series in an IU uniform, senior infielder Taylor Uden made her presence felt when the Hoosiers remained undefeated on the road in conference play after traveling to Boilermaker Softball Stadium on Wednesday night.
Heading into the final stretch of three Big Ten series, IU softball understands the importance of every game from here on out. The Hoosiers remain in second place, just one game behind No. 15 Michigan for the top seed in the conference.
For the second time this season, freshman catcher Maddie Westmoreland and junior pitcher Tara Trainer picked up Big Ten Weekly Honors for IU softball. Westmoreland was named Big Ten Player and Freshman of the Week while Trainer took home Co-Big Ten Pitcher of the week.
As "Sweet Home Alabama" begins to play through the speakers, senior outfielder Rebecca Blitz steps up to the plate. Just like she has for most of the past four seasons, she’s the leadoff.