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IU is headed to the NCAA Tournament once again.
It was déjà vu for IU.
Senior outfielder Alex Krupa had come up to the plate five times.
No. 6 seeded IU lost to No. 3 seeded Minnesota 5-4 at Bart Kaufman Field in the opening game of the 2017 Big Ten Tournament Wednesday.
The No. 6 seeded Hoosiers finished their regular season Saturday with a series win over Ohio State. IU has now won six consecutive series, including five Big Ten series victories, to end the year with a 32-20-2 overall record.
IU defeated Penn State 10-2 on Sunday to give the Hoosiers their fifth consecutive series win.
Following its sweep of Xavier, IU baseball traveled to Lexington to face No. 8 Kentucky on Tuesday night.
Senior infielder Austin Cangelosi wasn’t able to walk for his graduation Saturday.
IU comes off three consecutive series victories against favored opponents and will now be hosts to Xavier at Bart Kaufman Field this weekend for a three-game non-confe rence series.
IU senior outfielder Craig Dedelow stepped into the batter’s box in the bottom of the seventh inning with IU trailing 3-2.
IU baseball left Bart Kaufman Field on Sunday with a 6-3 win and a series victory against Big Ten-leading No. 22 Maryland, 29-13 and 13-5 in the Big Ten, but not without drama.
In IU’s first of two games against Maryland on Saturday, freshman pitcher Cal Krueger pitched as close to a complete game as possible.
Another big conference test awaits the IU baseball team this weekend.
Junior outfielder Laren Eustace didn’t enter IU’s matchup with Ball State on Tuesday night until the ninth inning. After IU took the lead on a Tony Butler RBI single in the seventh inning, the Hoosiers shifted to defense at Victory Field in Indianapolis.
There was a duck walking around in front of IU’s dugout at Victory Field early in Tuesday night’s ballgame, but 10 more ducks were left on the pond by the
For the third consecutive year, the Hoosiers will head to Indianapolis to play a game at Victory Field, the home of the Triple-A
After losing two of their first three Big Ten series, the Hoosiers needed to build on the upset series victory against Minnesota last weekend, but the next opponent was the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The IU baseball team faces an uphill battle this weekend when it travels to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to take on the No. 13 Michigan Wolverines in a three-game series.
IU and Butler came into Wednesday’s mid-week matchup in the midst of opposite streaks — IU had won four of its last five games while Butler had lost its last four. The starting pitchers, though, were in similar positions and making their second starts of the season.
IU baseball answered strongly to a 2-series skid that featured just one victory against Purdue. Minnesota visited Bloomington and left Bart Kaufman Field with a series loss last weekend.