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It’s safe to say that IU’s offensive lull Friday night did not carry into Saturday afternoon’s outing.
One game after shutting out Indiana State, the IU baseball team got a taste of its own medicine as it was kept off the scoreboard Friday night against Minnesota.
Following IU baseball’s winless series against Nebraska two weekends ago, the Hoosiers appeared to be headed into a slump comparable to their February slide that included back-to-back series losses.
On a day where IU’s bats were rather silent, its pitchers picked up the slack.
IU baseball enters its mid-week matchup against Indiana State on Tuesday night in Terre Haute, Indiana, with an opportunity to bounce back from a tough stretch where the Hoosiers went 2-5-1.
After struggling to find much offense throughout the three-game weekend series against Purdue in West Lafayette, Indiana, IU had already lost the series going into Sunday afternoon's series finale.
IU dropped its fourth Big Ten game in the last five outings after a 7-3 loss Saturday evening at Purdue.
Going into the eighth inning in West Lafayette, Indiana, on Friday night, all IU needed to preserve its 5-2 lead against Purdue was solid bullpen pitching and maybe a run or two for insurance.
After six straight games at home, IU baseball is headed back out on the road for its next four.
In three of IU’s last four mid-week games, there’s been one starting pitcher the Hoosiers have been able to lean on the most — sophomore Tim Herrin.
Sophomore utility player Matt Lloyd had gone five games without driving in a run for the Hoosiers.
During IU’s onslaught of offense in a 10-game win streak before its first home Big Ten series against Nebraska last weekend, the Hoosiers tallied 70 runs and went 8-2.
IU completed a winless series Sunday but technically avoided a sweep.
For just the third time since Bart Kaufman Field opened its gates in 2013, IU baseball will lose a weekend series in Bloomington.
After the Hoosiers lost 7-3 to the Indiana State Sycamores on Wednesday night, IU Coach Chris Lemonis made a point to call on his starting rotation.
The Hoosiers’ game on Wednesday, their second straight mid-week contest, started much like the first one did — with an early deficit.
It is difficult to pinpoint just a single way in which the game went awry for IU in its 7-3 loss Wednesday night to Indiana State at Bart Kaufman Field.
IU has been outhit in each of its last four games.
Evansville pitcher Alex Weigand stood up from his crouch on the mound after receiving the pitch signal from his catcher and stared straight at IU junior outfielder Logan Sowers on third base.
For the second straight week, a Hoosier baseball player is the Big Ten player of the week. Sophomore utility player Matt Lloyd received this week’s distinction Monday as the conference’s best player.