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IU softball had a chance to turn a corner this weekend. But, after picking up a win in the first game of the weekend against Illinois State, the Hoosiers dropped the final three.
It’s been a season full of growing pains for IU softball thus far.
Despite only being outhit once in five games, IU softball picked up just one victory on the weekend due to the inability to find timely hits and finish down the stretch.
There’s been one aspect of her team IU softball coach Shonda Stanton has felt the most confident with throughout the season thus far – pitching.
The Hoosiers were outscored 11-2 in their first three games of the Samford Tournament and showed no reason that the final game would be any different.
Sophomore outfielder Gabbi Jenkins has emerged as the most reliable hitter in the IU softball lineup through the first nine games.
After dropping the first two games of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, IU softball was one loss away from the worst start in program history.
Due to inclement weather, IU softball’s schedule has changed this weekend for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
IU softball coach Shonda Stanton made the message clear for her team.
This wasn’t how IU softball expected to start their season.
The IU softball team has lofty expectations this season behind first-year coach Shonda Stanton.
New LED video boards are planned to be installed at Bart Kaufman Field and Andy Mohr Field prior to the start of 2018 home baseball and softball games, per an IU Athletics release from Dec. 19.
The 2018 IU softball schedule was released last Friday and details the 55 games the Hoosiers will play next season.
Shonda Stanton didn't want any preconceived notions.
IU softball continued its fall season this past weekend with a pair of games in Indianapolis on the campus of Butler University.
IU softball made its first appearance at Andy Mohr Field during the fall season this past weekend, defeating IU-Purdue University Indianapolis in a Sunday afternoon doubleheader.
IU softball needed to make a coaching change after former head coach Michelle Gardner resigned from the program on May 24. Senior Associate Athletic Director Scott Joraanstad led the search party for a replacement after the team finished the year with a 23-31 overall record.
IU’s nonconference schedule was finalized Thursday and the Hoosiers will play 13 games before Big Ten conference play begins.
Less than two weeks after being hired as the next head coach of the IU softball program, Shonda Stanton has decided to stick with the familiar when it comes to the coaches surrounding her.
After 18 seasons at Marshall University, Shonda Stanton became the winningest coach in program history. It was going to take a special opportunity to lure her away from Huntington, West Virginia.