No. 17 IU (25-4, 8-1 Big Ten) will face off against the Evansville Purple Aces (14-18, 5-4 Missouri Valley Conference) at 7 p.m. today in Evansville.
No. 17 Hoosiers’ 18-game winning streak snapped Sunday when Illinois took down IU, 3-2.
The largest crowd in Bart Kaufman Field history saw No. 17 IU take down Illinois 3-2 Friday night for its NCAA-best 17th consecutive victory.
With a win Friday night — the first home night game in program history — the No. 17 IU baseball team (23-3, 6-0) could match the nation’s longest winning streak of the season of 17 games set by Mississippi State to begin the season
New facilities can dramatically affect a team’s growth and success.The IU baseball program starts a new beginning with the opening of Bart Kaufman Field. It is a facility that the baseball team will cherish for a long time.