Just 275 days after losing to Penn State 2-1 in walk-off fashion in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, Indiana softball played its first games of 2023 over the weekend at the National Fastpitch Collegiate Association Leadoff Classic in Clearwater, Florida.
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Indiana softball embarks on a new, historic season as they travel to Clearwater, Florida for the National Fastpitch Collegiate Association Leadoff Classic. Team 50 will face off against Auburn University, Howard University, University of South Alabama, University of Pittsburgh and Prairie View Agriculture & Mechanical University.
Indiana softball boasted its athleticism during the annual media day at Andy Mohr Field on Thursday ahead of the 2023 season, which begins next Friday, February 10, in Clearwater, Florida.
On Thursday, Indiana softball head coach Shonda Stanton announced infielder Ella Carter as a member of the 2023 signing day class. Carter will join four other 2023 recruits who signed back in November.
On Wednesday, Indiana women’s soccer announced a change on the coaching staff. Former assistant coach Emily Basten has been replaced by Hannah Sullivan. Sullivan will presume the assistant/goalkeeper coach role, per release.
On Wednesday, Indiana women’s soccer head coach Erwin van Bennekom announced seven new players will be joining the 2023 spring roster.
Indiana women’s soccer entered 2022 with a promising young roster coming off of two of the best seasons the program has ever had.
Indiana women’s soccer saved its best game for last, winning the final match of the season 1-0 on the road against Michigan on Sunday afternoon.
In the first month of Indiana women’s soccer’s season, there was a common theme: 0-0 draws. Six of the first eight matches ended with that scoreline, and just like last season, Indiana’s backbone was a defense led by sophomore goalkeeper Jamie Gerstenberg. Gerstenberg racked up seven shutouts at the beginning of the year, bringing her career total to 16.
Coming off of a program-record seventh draw of the season against in-state rival Purdue, Indiana women’s soccer closes out its 2022 home slate with a tilt against Maryland.
For the first time in 373 days, Indiana women’s soccer scored a goal in conference play. However, the end of the scoring drought did not result in a win, as Indiana and Purdue settled for a thrilling 2-2 draw Sunday afternoon at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
Another match played, and another loss is recorded for Indiana women’s soccer. After Thursday’s 1-0 defeat to No. 15 Michigan State, the losing streak reached six games.
Indiana women’s soccer will attempt to turn its season around when it takes a trip north to East Lansing, Michigan to square off against No. 15 Michigan State on Thursday.
For the first time since 2011, Indiana women’s soccer has lost five matches in a row following a 1-0 defeat to No. 10 Rutgers on the road Sunday afternoon.
Indiana women’s soccer has had plenty of time to reflect on its four-game losing streak — the program’s longest since 2018. The team had no games this week to prepare to take on No. 10 Rutgers on Sunday.
Even with sophomore goalkeeper Jamie Gerstenberg back in net, Indiana women’s soccer dropped another result, this time 2-0 to Nebraska at home Sunday afternoon. Indiana drops to 2-4-6 and 0-4-1 in the Big Ten while Nebraska advances to 5-4-4 overall and 3-1-1 in conference play.
After being defeated 4-0 against Ohio State on Thursday, Indiana women’s soccer looks to turn the page when its faces the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Sunday at home. Indiana has lost three straight for the first time since 2018 and sits at a 2-3-6 record, 0-3-1 in the Big Ten.
Indiana women’s soccer’s struggles continued in conference play Thursday night when it lost 4-0 to Ohio State at Bill Armstrong Stadium. This is the first time Indiana conceded four goals in a match since Sept. 20, 2018, when the Hoosiers lost 4-3 to Nebraska in overtime.
For the third straight match, Indiana women’s soccer was shut out, losing 2-0 to Wisconsin on the road Sunday afternoon. Sophomore goalkeeper Jamie Gerstenberg, who has seven clean sheets and two Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Week honors this season, was given a red card and sent off in the 32nd minute after starting the game with no goals allowed.
For the first time this season, Indiana women’s soccer conceded a goal and lost a game, losing 0-3 on the road to Minnesota. Despite the loss, the Hoosiers broke the program record with 788 consecutive shutout minutes before giving up a point.