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Recent graduate Tyler Rogers has signed a contract with the Gateway Grizzlies. The Grizzlies are a member of the Frontier League.
A person close to George Steinbrenner
tells The Associated Press that the New
York Yankees' owner died Tuesday morning.
Sophomore Alex Dickerson received First Team All-American honors from the National College Baseball Writers Association, after being named a Louisville Slugger First Team All-American earlier this month.
Micah Johnson has been named a 2010 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and becomes the 3rd Hoosier in 3 years to receive a Freshman All-America award.
The Chicago White Sox picked sophomore infielder Ethan Wilson in the
25th round and senior outfielder Michael Earley in the 29th round on
Tuesday, and the Florida Marlins drafted senior pitcher Chris Squires in
the 37th round on Wednesday.
Dickerson was the first player in IU history to win Big Ten Freshman of
the Year and Big Ten Player of the Year in consecutive seasons. He was
also part of the Second Team All-Big Ten, a third team All-Mideast
Region selection, and a recipient of Freshman All-America honors from
Collegiate Baseball and the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s
Senior outfielder Michael Earley and reshirt sophomore Ethan Wilson were both selected by the Chicago White Sox. Wilson was selected first, with the 758th overall pick and in the 25th round, while Earley was taken in the 29th round, with the 878th overall pick.
104 athletes were named to the Spring Academic All-Big Ten Team, up from 83 in the spring 2009 semester.The men's and women's track and field team combined had 44 athletes honors. To be eligible for this honor, the student-athletes must be letterwinners in their second academic year and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. 1,037 athletes were honored by the Big Ten for the spring semester.
The best way to keep up the momentum backing the baseball program would
be a new stadium. I like the 59-year-old Sembower Field; don’t get me
wrong. But I think we can do better than the 2,250 seating capacity,
which fills up more often than one might think.
The Hoosiers ended their 2010 season in a 15-5 loss today against their in-state rivals. The loss both eliminated the Hoosiers from the Big Ten Tournament and marked the last game for seniors Micheal Earley, Sterling Mack, Tyler Rodgers, and Chris Squires.
The Hoosiers now face an elimination game against Purdue at 12:05, after losing to Minnesota last night.
Tyler Rodger's catch in yesterday's game against Northwestern was picked as the top play of Sports Center's Top 10 plays. Check the video out here.
The sixth-seeded Hoosiers recorded a first-round tournament win over the
third-seeded Northwestern Wildcats 5-0 . IU will now face top-seed
Minnesota on Thursday at 7:05 p.m.
The Hoosiers’ strong pitching from junior Matt Carr and senior Chris
Squires held the Illini to only 10 hits, and Squires, who entered in
relief, needed just 22 pitches to close out the Illini.
The Hoosiers (27-25, 12-12) did just that Saturday afternoon at Sembower
Field, winning 16-6 over Illinois (26-26, 10-14) to earn the sixth and
final seed to this week’s Big Ten Tournament in Columbus, Ohio.
Sophomore left fielder Alex Dickerson has been invited to the 2010 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Trials, and was named one of 25 semifinalists for the Dick Howser Award. The Dick Howser award is given to the top collegiate baseball player by the National College Baseball Writers of America. The winner will be announced during the first game of the College World Series, June 10.
Taking a look at the IU baseball team’s last five wins, one might
conclude that the team knows how to win close games. But a closer look
at the scores — 10-7, 18-17, 1-0, 11-9, and 12-11 — shows a disturbing
trend of needing to out-muscle the opposition.