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IU softball’s 2017 season was marred by inconsistencies.
The IU softball team’s season came to an end Thursday evening with a loss in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
IU and Michigan State can’t seem to avoid each other.
Three IU softball players picked up conference honors Wednesday, the Big Ten confrence announced in a press release Wednesday.
It was difficult for IU Coach Michelle Gardner to begin talking about the four seniors on the IU softball roster.
While IU softball has tinkered with its lineup this season, a constant has been the team’s struggles when playing on the road.
IU Coach Michelle Gardner knows the state of Michigan well.
For three games this weekend at Andy Mohr Field, IU softball executed to perfection.
IU Coach Michelle Gardner has said several times her team is better than its 19-25 record indicates.
Like so many other times this season, IU softball was right there with its opponent. Close games against then-No. 24 Fresno State and then-No. 25 Ohio State, among others, had promising starts and disappointing endings.
IU softball senior infielder CaraMia Tsirigos is only guaranteed 10 more games in her collegiate career.
Issues at the plate troubled the Hoosiers for the fourth consecutive Big Ten series.
Halfway through the Big Ten season, IU softball finds itself lagging behind the conference’s best teams.
For the third consecutive season, IU was left with an empty feeling after its series with Purdue.
Time is running out for IU softball to change the course of its season.
Issues in the circle plagued IU softball this weekend on the road against No. 7 Minnesota.
In the biblical story of David and Goliath, David uses a stone and sling to defeat his mighty opponent. This weekend, IU softball will look to use a ball and bat to channel its inner David in an underdog fight against No. 7 Minnesota.
When IU junior utility player Aimilia McDonough isn’t catching fly balls in the outfield, she’s likely playing catch with a bag of gummy worms.
IU softball had its fair share of opportunities to sweep a three-game series against Penn State this weekend.
It’s been 20 years since IU softball opened Big Ten play with consecutive series wins.