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Hoosiers crush, sweep Wolverines on the road

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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.


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2nd inning powers Hoosiers to victory

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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.


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Rally falls short for Hoosiers

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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.


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Freshman outfielder adjusts to catcher position behind plate

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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.





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Hoosiers beat by Cardinals

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



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Hoosiers swept Sunday in home doubleheader

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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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IU rallies in the 9th to top ISU

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After trailing by four runs, the IU baseball team completed the comeback against the Indiana State University Sycamores behind a freshman Chris Sujka walk-off base-hit bunt in the bottom of the ninth inning for a 8-7 victory.



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Slugging Sycamores face Hoosiers

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Though they enter today’s contest against Indiana State in a tie for second place in the Big Ten, the Hoosiers will not be able to improve their seeding. But freshman first baseman Sam Travis said his team must bring a better mindset to the ballpark.