BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana head baseball coach Chris Lemonis has announced the addition of Matt Reida as an assistant coach. A Russiaville, Ind., native and an attendee of Western High School, Reida brings four years of Division I playing experience as a middle infielder at the University of Kentucky. Reida will work with IU’s infielders, […]
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana head baseball coach Chris Lemonis has announced the program’s 2016 schedule. The slate will include 27 home games, five NCAA Tournament teams from 2015, and a 2015 College World Series participant. “I am extremely excited for our upcoming season,” said Lemonis. “We feel like we have put together a very challenging […]
University of Evansville’s Josh Jyawook absolutely stole a homerun from Indiana’s Craig Dedelow in the video below. Is it the catch of the year?
The Big Ten’s football and basketball status is established in the nation’s consciousness; a national football championship this season and basketball teams, in and out of the Top 25, making multiple trips to the Final Four. Baseball, however, continues fight for national respect; last season the Big Ten was ranked as the 10th best conference […]
The Indiana Hoosiers held their annual media day on Monday featuring first year head coach Chris Lemonis. The Hoosiers are coming off a 44-15 campaign while going 21-3 in Big Ten play. They hosted a regional in Bloomington but were ousted by the Stanford Cardinal. You can check out interviews with Coach Lemonis and several […]
Indiana Baseball is doing a series of interviews with the newcomers to the IU baseball family. The first interview is with Kyle Cheesebrough who comes to Bloomington after serving as an assistant with Louisville in the past with head coach Chris Lemonis on the staff also. You can check out the full interview below.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana baseball program, entering its first season under head coach Chris Lemonis, announced its 2015 schedule Wednesday, highlighted by eight opponents that reached the NCAA Tournament last season and a Bart Kaufman Field-record 25 regular-season games.