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IU baseball player Dustin DeMuth and University of Evansville’s catcher Chris Pearson wait for the ball from pitcher Ryan Billo Tuesday at Sembower Field. IU won the game 5-4

Indiana beats Evansville in ninth inning

The final midweek, single-game series played at Sembower Field ended in dramatic fashion Tuesday as the Hoosiers (27-26, 13-8 Big Ten) got a come-from-behind victory against the Evansville Purple Aces (30-23, 9-9 MVC), winning 5-4.

Hoosiers take on Ohio State in final home series

Heading into the final series of the regular season against the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Indiana baseball team might feel a little more pressure than usual. If it wins the series, the team can clinch second place in the Big Ten and, with it, a first-round bye in the conference tournament.

Hoosiers defeat Wildcats in weekend series

The Hoosiers’ baseball team entered a weekend series with the Northwestern University Wildcats sitting in second place in the Big Ten Conference standings. After the weekend series, the team remains in that second place spot.

Sophomore Ryan Halstead pitches against the Kentucky Wildcats on Wednesday at Sembower Field.

Hoosiers lose to Kentucky in 12 innings

The Hoosiers battled the University of Kentucky Wildcats through 12 innings Wednesday, but the Cats came out on top, winning 6-5. Both teams used a combined 13 pitchers.

Freshman gets 5th Big Ten honor

Sam Travis, freshman first baseman for the Hoosiers, was awarded his third Big Ten Freshman of the Week recognition on Monday. This is Travis’ fifth overall Big Ten conference weekly award.

Hoosiers crush, sweep Wolverines on the road

The IU baseball team used effective pitching, an onslaught of hitting and consistent defense to complete the three-game weekend sweep of the Michigan Wolverines on Sunday in Ann Arbor, Mich.

2nd inning powers Hoosiers to victory

OXFORD, Ohio ­— A six-run second inning gave Indiana all the runs necessary to support sophomore starting pitcher Ryan Halstead as the Hoosiers won 6-3 at McKie Field.

Freshman Kyle Schwarber at bat, watched from the dugout by his teammates and coaches Tuesday at Sembower Field.

Rally falls short for Hoosiers

Despite a three-run ninth inning rally, IU committed two crucial errors to lose the first game of a home-and-home series with the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks 8-7 Tuesday at Sembower Field.

Freshman outfielder adjusts to catcher position behind plate

After IU Coach Tracy Smith’s team lost catcher Wes Wilson to graduation after the 2011 season, Smith thought Ty Downing would step in to the starter’s role this season. But Downing, a Bowling Green, Ky., native, felt homesick and decided to transfer during the semester break.

Hoosiers beat by Cardinals

Wild pitching and three errors doomed the baseball team to its 21-4 loss to No. 22 Louisville on Tuesday at Sembower Field.

Hoosiers swept Sunday in home doubleheader

A 35-minute interval between games did not cool the Michigan State bats, as the Spartans wasted no time scoring four runs in the top of the first against sophomore starter Matt Dearden and senior reliever Drew Leininger en route to a 20-10 win.

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