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Bang Co stands in the middle of a parking lot surrounded by more than 200 of his closest friends. His gloved hands grip a four-pound silver mace that gleamed in the sun. His expression hidden behind dark sunglasses, the band, his band, continues to play the third song of its homecoming show, “Get It On.”
Horrible. That’s what IU Coach Chris Lemonis called his team’s performance against Evansville on Tuesday night.
IU Coach Chris Lemonis called it one of his team’s better outings of the season. Junior pitcher Scott Effross said it was the best and most complete game the Hoosiers have played all year.
Will Nolden put down his head and ran. Notre Dame shortstop Lane Richards fielded the ground ball and threw to first, over the first baseman’s head. Nolden sprinted across home plate. Game ?over — Hoosiers win.
IU hasn’t beaten Notre Dame since 1989 and hasn't even had the opportunity to do so for ?17 years.
April 2013 was the last time IU lost four games in a row. After losing two games on the road at No. 12 Illinois this weekend, this year’s team matched that.
TERRE HAUTE — During IU’s run to the College World Series in 2013, pitcher Will Coursen-Carr was as important as any other player on IU’s roster. With a 1.93 ERA and a 5-0 record in 17 appearances, 11 of which were starts, the then-freshman was seen as a cornerstone of the future.
The count was full and the bases were loaded. Logan Sowers was looking to win the pitch. The score was tied at Bart Kaufman Field in the bottom of the ninth inning, and IU needed someone to deliver.
Sophomore outfielder Craig Dedelow had three extra-base hits last season.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Senior Brad Hartong was waiting for the right pitch. After two balls in the eighth inning of a tie game, he got it from Kentucky pitcher Logan ?Salow.
IU (16-8, 1-4) will look to get back to its winning ways Tuesday when it travels to play Kentucky (18-10, 4-5) at Cliff Hagan Stadium.
It wasn’t the weekend the Hoosiers were hoping for after beating Louisville last ?Tuesday.
IU baseball looks to continue its winning ways this weekend when it travels to Iowa to play a three-game set against the Hawkeyes.
Junior Scott Effross started the shutout. Senior Ryan Halstead finished it — feeding the people in the process.
Pitching led the way for IU on Tuesday to secure a win in the team’s first home game of the ?season.
Despite not having its ace, Scott Effross, this past weekend, IU returned to Bloomington with a doubled win total.
IU will be without Scott Effross, the team’s ace, this weekend when it travels to Florida for the Snowbird Baseball Classic.
Last weekend didn’t go as planned for the IU baseball team, who lost to Presbyterian College and Furman before beating Xavier in its final game of the weekend.
Ryan Halstead was almost a Minnesota Twin, along with his two roommates.
Senior catcher Brad Hartong threw out a potential base-stealer to help senior Ryan Halstead close the door in the bottom of the 10th inning to seal the second win in as many games this season for the Hoosiers.