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It’s the beginning of the end of another season of IU baseball.
After being eliminated from the Big Ten Tournament on Friday night, the IU baseball team awaited the decision of the NCAA selection committee to find out which NCAA Tournament regional it would compete in.
Friday’s game against Illinois didn’t follow the same script as Wednesday’s game for IU, but it yielded the same result.
For most of Thursday afternoon's Big Ten Tournament elimination game between Michigan State and IU, the Hoosiers had difficulty executing on offense with runners on base.
Two outs, bottom of the sixth inning.
In late April, IU was in a bit of a funk. The Hoosiers had just lost a series for the first time in more than a year at Ohio State, then they lost a midweek matchup against rival Purdue, before losing the first game of a weekend series against Illinois at Bart Kaufman Field.
On Tuesday, the Big Ten Conference announced the all-conference baseball teams, which featured eight Hoosiers in total.
After a big week for the Hoosiers, one of their key contributors has been honored.
Baseball fans usually don't applaud when their team's batter strikes out.
Since junior pitcher Pauly Milto returned to his usual starting role for IU on May 12, the Hoosiers' fortunes have changed for the better.
There was plenty of thunder to be heard Thursday night as IU played the Maryland Terrapins in game one of its final home weekend of the season.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — It's a tied game, top of the 10th inning, with two outs, and runners on first and second base.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — IU Coach Chris Lemonis was quiet between the ninth and 10th innings of Tuesday night's game against Louisville at Jim Patterson Stadium.
After taking a pair of games against Nebraska over the weekend, the IU baseball team (33-15, 11-9) will continue its road trip with a midweek matchup against Louisville (37-15, 15-12) on Tuesday night.
It's the top of the fourth inning at Bart Kaufman Field and the IU baseball team finds itself in a jam.
Baseball is a game of streaks. Some go a team's way and some don't.
IU baseball's struggles since the end of April have coincided with injuries suffered by two of the team's most important players — junior infielder Luke Miller and junior pitcher Pauly Milto.
For the first time since May 2016, the IU baseball team has lost five straight games.
It’s been a rough month for the IU baseball team.