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Thank You, Coach Smith


After two years of unprecedented success at Indiana University, head coach Tracy Smith is leaving for warmer pastures in Tempe, Arizona, where he'll take the same position with Arizona State.

To Think They Were This Close To (Super) Regionals


Indiana University, who by virtue of an incredible regular season secured a national seed and the rights to host a regional in their home stadium, and through the mysterious machinations of an...

Six-Run Rally Buries Hoosiers


The Hoosiers were in a jam in the 8th inning, clinging to a two-run lead and finding themselves needing only four more outs to be crowned champions of the Bloomington Regional and move on to the...

Hoosiers Move On to Regional Championship


The Hoosiers found themselves in a pitcher's duel with the Stanford Cardinal, but held on to win 4-2. They'll have two chances to knock off the winner of the Stanford-Youngstown State elimination...

Regional Opener: Pingbats Roll Penguins


A national seed took on a team with an under .500 record that made the dance by capturing their conference's automatic bid and the result was exactly what you would expect it to be.

The Road to Omaha Goes Through Bloomington


Thanks to a 42 win season, including a 21-3 conference record, the Hardball Hoosiers have earned the #4 National Seed, meaning that they will not leave Bart Kaufman Field for any tournament game...

Alone at the Top


The Indiana Hoosiers took on 2-seeded Nebraska for the first time this season this afternoon in Omaha, and when the lightning cleared, the Hoosiers stood alone: B1G Tournament Champions for the...

Life of a Skipper


Tracy Smith, the 2013 NCBWA Coach of the Year and manager for the #TeamOfTheNorth, has taken Hoosier baseball to heights unseen, and has his squad in position to do even more this season. He agreed...

Everything Is Awesome: Hoosiers Defeat Louisville


After weeks of being unable to improve their case for a national seed due to playing basement dwellers in a one-bid conference, the Hoosiers went down to Louisville and completed the season sweep...

Five Hoosiers Headed to the NFL


A sizable amount of Hoosiers were either selected in the NFL draft or signed as undrafted free agents over the weekend. LET US RECAP.



The pingbats have done it again. A sweep in Happy Valley has delivered (at least) a share of the B1G regular season title and, given their winning record against the Illini this season, the #1...



A report by TMZ claims former Hoosier wideout James Hardy was arrested on Sunday at his apartment complex in Los Angeles, managing to continually resist arrest WHILST BEING TASERED.

Pingbats Sweep Purdue, RPI Drops Anyway


Our rivals to the north are so awful at baseball that by simply playing them, the hardball Hoosiers saw their RPI drop two spots. Regardless, the Hoosiers did what they needed to do and won all...



The Hardball Hoosiers continued their roll towards Omaha, this time trampling over one of their closest competitors for the Big Ten crown, taking two out of three from the Illini in Champaign.

The War Wages On: Priller Commits (UPDATED)


In recruiting war news: a 6'9" forward by the name of Tim Priller committed to the Indiana Hoosiers. Priller chose the Hoosiers over the University of the Incarnate Word, which sources say is a...

Et Tu, KJ?


Assistant Head Coach / Recruiting Demigod / Lord of the Eastern AAU Programs Kenny Johnson has accepted an assistant coaching job with Louisville. Hoosier Nation rushes to hit the panic button only...

What Does It Take to Win a Baseball Title?


The Hardball Hoosiers are ascending the polls and the RPI rankings, taking no prisoners thus far in B1G play. Will their winning formula work for them in Omaha? Can Indiana overcome the pitching...

Early Peek: College World Series


The Hardball Hoosiers are humming along through the B1G season and look poised to return to college baseball's Big Dance. How do you get a ticket to that thing, anyway?

Your B1G Baseball Update


The hardball Hoosiers are approaching the midway point of the regular season and please oh god let's just talk about something other than basketball.

Noah Vonleh Will Declare for the NBA Draft


The 6'10" forward will be the first Hoosier to declare for the NBA Draft after a single season in Bloomington since Eric Gordon in 2008.

You Down With NIT?


The Hoosiers are possibly headed to the "Little Dance," which would be awesome if it were 1944. But with the Axis Powers soundly defeated and our televisions broadcasting exclusively in color, the...

Rivalry Renewed ... sorta


I put a basketball picture and a vague title to trick you guys into reading an article about baseball. Now you're contractually obligated to read, comment and share. It's the law, don't bother...

Hoosiers' Closer Ryan Halstead Tears ACL


Terrible news for Indiana's all-time leader in saves, who tore his ACL during the Hoosiers 2-1 victory over Xavier in the home opener at Bart Kaufman Field.

Snome, Sweet Snome


The #TeamOfTheNorth practiced Tuesday in preparation for their home opener, but the field required some maintenance that, well ... LET'S JUST SAY MIAMI DOESN'T EVER HAVE TO DEAL WITH THIS.

Let's Win Two: Hoosiers Roll in Louisville


The Hoosiers had a doubleheader down in Louisville today and won both games comfortably. Also, Kyle Schwarber stole home.

Defense Dooms Hoosiers: No, We're Talking Baseball


Early season struggles for the expected power house Hoosiers bring up some questions and concerns. But is it still too soon to panic?

The Southpaw Problem?


Indiana has an absurd amount of talent and nearly all of them are left-handed. Could this be a problem for a Hoosier squad trying to win a College World Series Title?

Everything Sucks


Orangeball Hoosiers lose to arch-nemesis Purdue 64-82 while the #3 ranked baseball team gets swept in today's doubleheader against Texas Tech. Let's dissect this cannonball wound of a day.

Hoosiers Win 1-0, Go 1-0 on the Season


A sacrifice fly in the first inning proved to be all Joey DeNato, Scott Effross and Ryan Halstead needed, as the Hoosiers secured a 1-0 win over Texas Tech on Opening Day in Lubbock.

Indiana Hoosiers 2014 Baseball Primer


Expectations are high, but this team is more than capable of living up to them.

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