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8 baseball Hoosiers All-Big Ten

Eric Arnett was named the Big Ten’s co-Pitcher of the Year and Alex Dickerson the conference’s Freshman of the Year, the league announced Tuesday.
It was the first time a Hoosier had won either award.
Indiana also had three players named first team All-Big Ten — Arnett, Josh Phegley and Kipp Shutz — among other honors.
Arnett tied for the Big Ten lead with 11 wins overall and 7 in league play. His 2.78 ERA was second in the league and his 93 strikeouts were third.
Phegley, also a first-team selection last year, tied for the conference lead with 17 home runs and had 62 RBIs, second-best in the Big Ten, while Schutz hit .368, including .423 over his last 15 games.
Named to the second team were Dickerson, who led all conference freshmen with 14 home runs and 52 RBIs, Matt Bashore, who had a 2.36 ERA in Big Ten games, and Jerrud Sabourin,  who batted .348.
Reliever Chris Squires, who finished with seven saves, was named to the third team and Blake Monar, who went 4-3 with a 4.82 ERA, was named to the conference’s All-Freshman Team.

Hulls, Elston will play in Hoosiers game

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Bloomington South’s Jordan Hulls will play in a third all-star game this offseason.

Hulls and Tipton’s Derek Elston, both future Hoosiers, will suit up for the Terhune Tigers on June 5, in the Hoosiers’ Reunion All-Star Classic at the Historic Hoosier Gym in Knightstown. (more…)

The New York Times is not hopeful

The New York Times’ college sports blog has embarked on a rather ambitious little project. It is ranking all 120 F.B.S teams, from highest to lowest, and has reached No. 105.

Yes, the Indiana Hoosiers.

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Williams headed to Ole Miss

Nick Williams, one of two freshmen to depart the Indiana basketball program, has announced the school he will (presumably) finish his career at.

Ole Miss, which is substantially closer to his home in Mobile, Ala, announced today that Williams will enroll at the school.

“Nick is a talented, versatile wing who we are fortunate to welcome into our program,” Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy said in a press release.

Williams announced he was transferring in mid-April. Indiana coach Tom Crean said at the time that Williams was upset about playing time, and his present and future role.

Williams told (subscription required) that proximity to home and playing style were his reasons for choosing the Rebels.

Malik Story, the other player to depart the program, has not announced his future plans.

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