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Baseball vs. Ball State

IU clips BSU in extra innings

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After battling for 15 innings and four and a half hours, junior center fielder Justin Cureton ended the game with a RBI walk-off single to right to give the Hoosiers the 6-5 victory against Ball State at Sembower Field.


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Extra innings wear both teams out

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Extra innings wear both teams out As dusk came and faded, the most important statistic on the scoreboard remained constant: Ball State 5, IU 5.



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An ever-changing lineup for IU baseball

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Youth, and the decision for junior second baseman Micah Johnson to undergo surgery, has caused IU Coach Tracy Smith to shuffle his lineup. The Hoosiers lead the Big Ten in errors committed with 61. However, Smith said he played the lineup Saturday that gave his team the best chance to win. There was a small change in the lineup for Sunday’s game, as redshirt freshman Tim O’Conner replaced fellow redshirt freshman Will Nolden at right field.



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Persistent defensive struggles puts team on dubious pace

One of the biggest questions that IU Coach Tracy Smith and the baseball team are facing entering the second Big Ten series of the year is how to clean up the defensive play. After 25 games, the Hoosiers rank last in the Big Ten in errors with 57.






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IU wins 1st Big Ten series against Penn State

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Chris Sujka’s two-run double in the sixth inning provided the Hoosiers all the offense necessary to win the game — and the series — 2-1 in the rubber match against Penn State. IU’s series win was the first foray into conference play for both teams.


IU v EKU

IU baseball team to begin Big Ten play against Penn State

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IU’s 11-5 win Wednesday against Eastern Kentucky gave them their fourth win in six games. Their stop at Sembower Field was brief, as the team took a bus to State College, Pa. to open Big Ten play this weekend with a three-game series at Penn State.


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Hoosiers cruise in 1st game at Sembower

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Behind sophomore third baseman Dustin DeMuth’s four hits, three RBI and three runs, the IU baseball team exploded for 11 runs in the first six innings to win its home opener against Eastern Kentucky, 11-5.



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Hoosiers win first game of home-and-home

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Despite surrendering early unearned runs, freshman left fielder Chris Sujka and junior short stop Michael Basil combined for four hits, a home run, three RBIs and three runs to rally the IU baseball team past Eastern Kentucky, 6-4.





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9 IU baseball players to feel at home during Calif. road trip

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Southern California is well-represented on the IU baseball team’s roster. Of the 35 Hoosiers, nine players hail from the region. IU Coach Tracy Smith said it’s not a coincidence that during spring break, the Hoosiers will play eight games against southern California foes.