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After IU swept its first Big Ten series against Northwestern last weekend, the Hoosiers play at Bart Kaufman Field for their next six games, including two mid-week games Tuesday and Wednesday against Evansville and Indiana State,
IU baseball swept Northwestern behind an offensive onslaught this weekend in Evanston, Illinois, to open Big Ten play.
Junior pitcher Brian Hobbie’s final pitching line in IU’s 6-5 victory over Northwestern in the second game of Friday’s doubleheader did not do his performance justice
IU began its Big Ten season with a couple baseball rarities — a 3-home run game for one batter and a no-decision after a pitcher surrendered eight runs.
IU baseball is 10-8-1 with wins in six of its last seven games, but it hasn’t been easy for the Hoosiers lately.
In IU’s turn to welcome visiting Cincinnati in the 2017 home-and-home series, the Hoosiers were able to send the Bearcats back to Ohio with a 3-2 loss while picking up their sixth victory in the last seven games.
IU ace and sophomore starting pitcher Jonathan Stiever hadn’t pitched since he went six innings in a win against Florida Atlantic on Feb. 24.
Before IU lost the finale of a four-game series against Hawaii, the Hoosiers had won five consecutive games since the second game of the Middle Tennessee series in Bloomington.
Coming off a four-game series in Hawaii that resulted in three wins, IU is back home in Bloomington on Wednesday afternoon to play host to Cincinnati.
IU baseball’s senior outfielder Alex Krupa was announced Monday as the conference’s player of the week, just a week after freshman pitcher Andrew Saalfrank earned Big Ten recognition as Freshman of the Week.
IU saw the end of a five-game winning streak Saturday night in Honolulu as it lost the final game of a four-game series to Hawaii, 11-10.
It took the Hoosiers 11 innings, but they were able to down the HawaiI Rainbow Warriors for the third straight game in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Friday night by a final of 8-5.
In what was a pitchers duel for game two of the IU-Hawaii series in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Thursday night, it only made sense that a position player would get the win for the Hoosiers on the mound.
IU freshman pitcher Andrew Saalfrank tossed six scoreless innings Sunday to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors, along with Maryland’s Tyler Blohm who will share the distinction.
In the 100th regular season game at Bart Kaufman Field, IU used efficient pitching to secure its 77th win at the five-year-old facility.
The bats fell flat in IU’s first game at Bart Kaufman Field this season, and the Hoosiers were unable to find a much-needed victory Friday afternoon against Middle Tennessee State.
The Hoosiers have done their fair share of traveling in the first three weeks of the 2017 season with stops in Arizona, Florida and Alabama so far. The wins, however, have not come easy.
IU’s scheduled matchup with Evansville on Tuesday night was canceled due to unfavorable weather, IU Athletics announced Tuesday afternoon. The game was
supposed to take place in Evansville, Indiana, at Charles H. Braun Stadium.
The Hoosiers have won just two games since their opening series in Arizona ended Feb. 20.
IU’s sluggish start to the season continued as the Hoosiers dropped two of three ball games in Birmingham, Alabama, to Samford this
weekend to fall to 4-6-1.