Indiana baseball slotted in at No. 23 in D1Baseball’s first in-season rankings, released Monday morning. The Hoosiers are coming off a 2-1 opening weekend in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where they pulled off a road upset over Coastal Carolina University, 7-2. This is the first time Indiana has been ranked since May 10, 2021, when it entered the poll at No. 21 and then dropped out a week later.
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Indiana baseball picked up right where it left off last season, spraying baseballs all over Brooks Stadium at Coastal Carolina University. The Hoosiers bounced back from a 6-3 opening day loss to No. 12 Duke University on Friday by upsetting No. 18 Coastal Carolina 7-2 on Saturday and finishing the weekend with a 9-3 victory over George Mason University.
This is part two of a two-part preview of the 2024 Indiana baseball season. Check out part one here:
This is part one of a two-part preview of the 2024 Indiana baseball season.
Indiana right-handed junior starting pitcher Luke Sinnard is expected to miss the entire 2024 season after undergoing elbow surgery, Indiana baseball head coach Jeff Mercer said in an email to the Indiana Daily Student on Monday.
Indiana baseball’s Devin Taylor named NECBL Rookie of the Year, Tyler Cerny All-Appalachian League Team
Indiana baseball's 2023 campaign ended in June, but many players joined summer teams to keep their skills sharp, with sophomores outfielder Devin Taylor and infielder Tyler Cerny receiving accolades in their respective summer collegiate baseball leagues Tuesday.
Indiana baseball will spend the early part of its 2024 campaign at the eighth annual Frisco College Baseball Classic, the tournament announced Thursday morning. The tournament will be played at Riders Field in Frisco, Texas, the home of the Texas Rangers minor league Double-A affiliate, the Frisco RoughRiders.
Indiana baseball lost its second relief pitcher to the transfer portal this offseason, as redshirt senior right-hander Craig Yoho announced Wednesday that he has committed to play for the University of Arkansas next season. Yoho’s announcement follows sophomore right-hander Luke Hayden’s announcement on June 17, stating his intention to transfer to Indiana State University.
To cap off its sixth 40-win season in program history, Indiana baseball headed to Lexington, Kentucky to compete in an NCAA regional for the first time since the 2019 season. The Hoosiers defeated the University of West Virginia in their first game of the tournament and faced the Kentucky Wildcats with a berth in the regional championship game on the line.
The No. 2 seeded Indiana baseball team was eliminated from the Big Ten Tournament by No. 6 seeded Michigan Friday afternoon. The Hoosiers fell 13-6 to the Wolverines at Charles Schwab Field Omaha. Indiana exits the Big Ten Tournament with a 41-18 record, having lost four of its last six games.
The No. 2 seeded Indiana baseball team held on to defeat No. 7 seeded Illinois 4-3 in its first game of the Big Ten Tournament Tuesday afternoon at Charles Schwab Field Omaha.
After staving off a series sweep at Michigan State to close the regular season, Indiana baseball begins postseason play on Tuesday in Omaha, Nebraska.
Indiana baseball is riding high after posting a 4-0 record last week. The action was headlined by the program’s first sweep of Purdue since 2016, with the Hoosiers’ 51 runs marking a new record in the rivalry.
Fresh off an 8-6 midweek victory over Xavier University and a sweep of Northwestern, Indiana baseball hosts Purdue in the latest chapter of a historic rivalry.
Fresh off a weekend sweep of conference foe Northwestern, Indiana baseball heads to Cincinnati to take on Xavier University Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference game.
Indiana baseball was swept by Maryland last weekend, falling to 31-14 overall and 9-6 in Big Ten play. The Hoosiers are now in third place in the conference. The Terrapins improved to 30-15 this season and 11-4 in conference play, taking sole possession of the top spot in the Big Ten.
The top spot in the Big Ten is up for grabs this weekend at Bart Kaufman Field as Indiana baseball hosts Maryland in a three-game tilt.
Indiana freshman right-handed pitcher Ethan Phillips and freshman second baseman Tyler Cerny were named the Big Ten Pitcher of the Week and Player of the Week, respectively, the conference announced Monday. These honors are the first of both players’ careers.
Indiana baseball is now 30-11 on the season following a three-game sweep of Ohio University over the weekend. Indiana holds the top spot in the Big Ten standings with its 9-3 conference record remaining unchanged since April 14-16 at Illinois. Sunday’s victory was the Hoosiers’ 22nd win at home, which is a new Bart Kaufman Field record.
Indiana baseball hosts Ohio University at Bart Kaufman Field this weekend, making the Bobcats the fourth Mid-American Conference to visit Bloomington this season. The Hoosiers have yet to drop a game versus a MAC team, defeating Miami University (Ohio), Kent State University and Ball State University in midweek games.