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PREGAME: Here at Sullivan for tonight’s Indiana All-Star scrimmages. Bloomington South standout Lauren Whitlatch and IU recruit Maura Muensterman are Junior girls, and IU signee Jenn Anderson is a girls’ All-Star. The boys’ scrimmage features IU signees Devin Davis and Collin Hartman among the All-Stars and IU recruit James Blackmon, Jr., on the Juniors, alongside current IU recruiting targets Trevon Bluiett and JaQuan Lyle. Tech’s Trey Lyles not here tonight for the Juniors, as he is in Canada all week for a junior national team opportunity.We’ll have updates here and via Twitter at htograham. The girls’ game details are below the fold. BOYS’ GAME Halftime: Indiana All-Stars 57, Junior Stars 39. All-Stars are putting on a show. Purdue recruit Basil Smotherman’s with-authority-lefty-follow-jam play of the game so far. Notre Dame recruit V.J. Beacham from New Haven leads all scorers with 12 points so far., and Purdue signee Bryson Scott has 11. IU signees Collin Hartman and Devin Davis have 5 and 4 points respectively and both have played well. Senior stars are shooting a red-hot 25 of 40 (.625) Evansville Harrison’s Ernie Duncan has a trio of 3s to lead the Juniors with 9 points. James Blackmon, Jr., a very uncharacteristic 0-for-7 for ...
Well they played a double elimination format in the Bloomington Regional, and then a best of 3 against FSU. So I’m guessing it will be just like that in Omaha… There will be a couple groups of 4 teams that play a round-robin style, double-elimination mini-tournament, with the winners of each group playing a heads-up, best-of-3 series for the title… Group A – team 1, team 2, team 3, team 4Group B – team 5, team 6, team 7, team 8 Group AGame 1: team 1 vs team 2Game 2: team 3 vs team 4Game 3: winners of game 1 and game 2Game 4: losers of game 1 and game 2 (loser eliminated)Game 5: loser of game 3 vs winner of game 4 (loser eliminated)Game 6: winner game 3 vs winner game 5Game 7: if necessary Same thing happens in Group B Did I guess right Aruss? Read This Article: ScoopTalk: Indiana is going to Omaha
From IU Sports Info: P: Will Coursen-Carr, IndianaP: Aaron Slegers, IndianaP: Christian DeLeon, NebraskaP: Kyle Kubat, NebraskaC: Kyle Schwarber, Indiana1B: Sam Travis, Indiana2B: Pat Kelly, Nebraska3B: Dustin DeMuth, IndianaSS: Thomas Lindauer, IllinoisSS: Bryan Peters, NebraskaOF: Casey Smith, IndianaOF: Troy Larson, MinnesotaOF: Chad Christensen, NebraskaDH: Kash Kalkowski, Nebraska Additional honorees due to ties. Most Outstanding Player:Sam Travis, Indiana Related content: Read more in Baseball Read This Article: Big Ten All-Tournament Team
Indiana’s celebratory dogpile had to be delayed twice, first when the Hoosiers lost to Nebraska in 11 innings on Saturday night, and then again when the umpires had to explain what happened when one Indiana runner passed another on the base paths on the game-ending play. But that bit of confusion didn’t keep the Hoosiers from celebrating the first Big Ten championship double in school history. With the bases loaded and none out in the bottom of the ninth, IU designated hitter Scott Donley crushed the first pitch he saw opposite field into the left-center field gap, scoring left fielder Will Nolden from third to give the Hoosiers a walk-off 4-3 win over Nebraska in the winner-take-all Big Ten Tournament championship game on Sunday at Target Field in Minneapolis. With the victory, the Hoosiers earned their third Big Ten Tournament title in school history, pairing that with their first regular season title since 1949 and their first outright conference crown since 1932. They clinched an automatic bid in the NCAA Tournament, virtually assured that they will host one of the 16, four-team regionals next weekend and staked their claim for a national seed that would allow them to host a Super ...
From Indiana sports info: GREENSBORO, N.C. – Indiana track and field advanced four more athletes to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., on the final day of the East Preliminary Round, bringing the team’s travel party to 11 for June 5-8. Andy Bayer was second in the 1,500m to extend the defense of his national title, Kyla Buckley threw her way into the NCAA meet in the shot put, and Derek Drouin and Darius King advanced in the high jump. Bayer led from the start and took second in the first heat in 3:40.43, leading the top 10 finishers in his heat to times faster than the winner of the other heat. Bayer won the NCAA 1,500m title a year ago. Bayer’s time is the second fastest of his career in a pacer-free race. Adam Behnke took 10th in the same heat in 3:47.38, and his time, despite being the 10th fastest overall, got him a 15th place finish. Buckley punched her ticket with a 16.00m (52-6) on her first throw, which held up for eighth place. Buckley returns to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, where she took ninth in 2012, and qualifies for her third straight national meet, as she competed ...
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