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IU softball will enter a seven-game home stretch full of confidence after a strong tournament showing this weekend.
For the first time this season, IU softball recorded a mercy-rule victory on Saturday by defeating Oakland 16-4 at the UofM Tournament in Memphis, Tennessee.
IU softball has taken its share of big defeats through four tournaments this season.
Through blowout losses and late-game collapses alike, IU softball missed an opportunity to create history this weekend.
Halfway through its nonconference schedule, IU sports a 6-8 record and has had a mixed bag of results in three tournaments.
After pitching a no-hitter against UAB on Feb. 24 and recording a 3-1 record at the Samford/UAB Tournament, freshman pitcher Emily Goodin was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week Monday afternoon.
After issues at the plate and in the circle in earlier tournaments, IU had its best showing in both categories this past weekend.
Despite posting a 2-7 record after two nonconference tournaments, IU Coach Michelle Gardner said there’s no pressure on her team entering this weekend.
While IU made good on its goal of improving its hitting this weekend, its inconsistent pitching was costly.
IU Coach Michelle Gardner said she knew her team would need to fill a void at catcher this season.
Softball is officially back.
IU Coach Michelle Gardner said she believed any one of her five pitchers could step up and deliver for the team.
If 2016 was viewed as a bounce-back season for IU softball, 2017 is expected to be the season it
returns to the national stage.
After signing her National Letter of Intent in November and graduating from Evansville Mater Dei High School a semester early in December, right-handed pitcher Emily Goodin will join IU softball for the 2017 season.
IU softball unveiled its 54-game 2017 regular season schedule Wednesday, including six tournaments before conference play begins and 16 games played at home.
IU announced Friday the signing of eight players to its 2017 recruiting class, including four in-state prospects, three from Arizona and one from Illinois.
After a breakthrough season that saw IU secure its first Big Ten Tournament win in a decade and its most wins in a year since 2012, the Hoosiers begin their eight-game fall schedule this weekend.
IU softball announced two new staff roles Wednesday, as former players Michelle Huber and Amanda Wagner were named graduate assistant and volunteer assistant coach, respectively.
IU sophomore centerfielder Rebecca Blitz has been named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Second Team All-Midwest Region team.
IU earned its first Big Ten Tournament victory in 10 years Thursday before running into a national powerhouse in the quarterfinals and bowing out of the tournament in the second round.