Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.
Sunday, April 14
The Indiana Daily Student

Baseball





The Indiana Daily Student

Hoosiers will need balanced attack against Fighting Illini

·

Taking a look at the IU baseball team’s last five wins, one might conclude that the team knows how to win close games. But a closer look at the scores — 10-7, 18-17, 1-0, 11-9, and 12-11 — shows a disturbing trend of needing to out-muscle the opposition.




The Indiana Daily Student

Carr, Squires hold off Northwestern

·

The Hoosiers (23-22, 9-9) won a pitchers’ duel 1-0 over Northwestern (21-27, 10-8) in the series finale and deciding game in their 3-game series at Rocky Miller Park Sunday.



Baseball

IU loses 2 of 3 in dramatic Purdue series

·

A variety of weather conditions — including a near rainout in the series finale – couldn’t slow the offense from either side of the baseball diamond this weekend at Sembower Field.




The Indiana Daily Student

Hoosiers ready for battle with Boilermakers

·

The Hoosiers play host to Purdue (24-16) heading into the fifth weekend of conference play with a 20-19 overall record. The Boilermakers are red-hot, winning eight of their last 10. IU, on the other hand, has lost four of its last five.


Mens Baseball

Sycamores trounce IU pitching

·

A rough day for most of IU’s mid-week pitchers and a sluggish offensive performance contributed to a blowout loss for IU baseball at the hands of an in-state foe and left the Hoosiers’  head coach displeased with the current competitiveness of his squad.



The Indiana Daily Student

IU bats go quiet at Minnesota

·

Heading into the weekend Big Ten series at Minnesota, IU coach Tracy Smith noted the conference schedule was entering a pivotal phase for each club in the 10-team league.



The Indiana Daily Student

IU falls to Miami (OH), 8-6

·

The Hoosiers' four-game winning streak was snapped Tuesday night after surrendering an early lead to Miami (OH).


Baseball

Lyon emerges as IU's newest threat

·

As the team watched the movie “61*” on the way back from last week’s game at Valparaiso, IU sophomore Josh Lyon jokingly compared himself to baseball legend and the film’s central character, Roger Maris.