Indiana sophomore infielder Brock Tibbitts ripped the ball down the left-field line, trotted into second base, and gestured toward teammates in the dugout.
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Senior outfielder Hunter Jessee sharply rounded third base, pumping his arms even harder to accelerate. The outfield's tardy relay throw meant Jessee was guaranteed to score — and yet, he barreled over home plate.
Sophomore outfielder Carter Mathison sliced the ball down the left-field line, hustling to beat the impending throw to second base. Mathison dove head first onto the dirt, with his hands and forearms gliding over the bag.
Carter Mathison and Matthew Ellis, two of Indiana baseball's most distinguished sluggers, encountered separate paths before landing on the program's top-10 single-season home run record during the 2022 season.
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper awarded a program-record three Indiana baseball players — Josh Pyne, Brock Tibbitts and Carter Mathison — with Freshman All-America honors, Indiana athletics announced Wednesday.
The magic finally ran out for Indiana baseball in the semi-final of the Big Ten Tournament. Indiana’s season is most likely over — only a championship performance would have granted them a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Indiana senior Braydon Tucker buried a breaking pitch below the strike zone in the bottom of the 11th inning against Maryland outfielder Chris Alleyne, the Big Ten Player of the Year. Alleyne reached down and swung right through it: history.
Bradley Brehmer fired his 112th pitch toward home plate on an 0-2 count. The ball flew into the air before Indiana senior infielder Phillip Glasser caught it in his mitt for the final out of the game.
The ball sailed into right field in the top of the 11th inning, and Indiana’s third base coach waved junior catcher Matthew Ellis around the bag. If he were safe, Indiana would have the lead in a tense extra-inning matchup against Big Ten top-seeded and No. 10 nationally-ranked Maryland.
Six Indiana baseball players received Big Ten honors Tuesday following the conclusion of the regular season.
Indiana baseball suffered a three-game sweep on the road against Iowa in the final regular season series over the weekend. The Hoosiers outhit the Hawkeyes 8-3 on Saturday night but lost by a score of 2-1. Their fourth consecutive conference loss dropped them to No. 8 in the tournament, the lowest ranking.
Sophomore outfielder Bobby Whalen dashed full speed toward the ball during a game in March, getting closer and closer to the outfield wall. Whalen's head tilted up, searching for the ball before it sailed out of the park. He barreled into the wall.
A young fan sitting behind home plate paused his conversation to watch the incoming pitch. Moments later, his smile turned to a state of shock as he marveled at Indiana junior Matthew Ellis' 430 foot-grand slam during Indiana's 12-7 win against Illinois State on Tuesday night.
Indiana baseball seized a one-run lead as Minnesota retreated to its bullpen. The Hoosiers' chance of securing their first sweep of the year looked promising after trailing 6-1 to open the series finale against Minnesota on Sunday afternoon.
Indiana sophomore outfielder Hunter Jessee rounded third base and sprinted home. The race was on.
Indiana baseball traveled to Ann Arbor, Michigan to face Michigan in a three-game series over the weekend. Despite losing the opener Friday, the Hoosiers rallied. They won the next two games to win their third consecutive conference series.
After Indiana baseball earned its first walk-off victory of the season in Friday's home series opener against Illinois, the visitors evened the three-game series on Saturday. The Hoosiers won Sunday’s finale 11-7 after trailing 7-3 earlier in the game, earning their second straight conference series victory as a result.
Indiana baseball players dashed out of the dugout, seeking Josh Pyne, reigning Big Ten Freshman of the Week, standing near second base. All the while, fans yelled and clapped in excitement.
After defeating Butler University at Victory Field on Tuesday evening, Indiana baseball won its second consecutive midweek matchup with a 3-1 victory over Illinois State University Wednesday.
Matthew Ellis nearly knocked the cover off the ball, crushing a 433-foot home run to right-center field to break a scoreless tie in the second inning.