Indiana releases baseball schedule


Indiana released its full baseball schedule for the 2013 season on Tuesday. The Hoosiers open play on Feb. 15 against Connecticut in Dunedin, Fla., and play their first home game at Kaufman Field on March 20 against Miami (Ohio), coach Tracy Smith’s former school. The first home Big Ten series is March 22-24 at home against Penn State.

The rest of the schedule is here.

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2 comments:

  • Darren #1


    Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 6:30 PM EDT

    Does this mean Kaufman Field will not be ready or there is serious doubt?

    I see no mention in the release of the home opener or any games being in the new stadium which I found odd. I thought the release would include something like “IU’s home opener in the new Kaufman Field will be against Miami (OH)” or some mention of this being the first year in the new stadium.

    Are they less confident of the new stadium open suddenly?

  • Jimmy #2


    Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - 1:25 PM EDT

    Well, a lot of the games are scheduled for 6:05 (night games), and since Sembower didn’t have lights, I’d say they are expecting the stadium to be done.

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