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Hoosiers win CWS opener 2-0 over Louisville

Joey DeNato’s four-hitter helped Indiana to a 2-0 win over Louisville 2-0 in the Hoosiers’ first appearance in the College World Series in front of a TD Ameritrade Park-record crowd of 27,122. Indiana improved to 49-18 and the Hoosiers face Mississippi State on Monday at 8 p.m. ET. See more in this post, including video highlights, photos, box score, and more links. Mississippi State  (49-18) moved on to Monday’s game with Indiana by beating Oregon State 5-4 earlier. DeNato allowed three singles and a double in his second complete game. He struck out eight and walked three. Indiana is the

Twitter: B1G champ Indiana at College World Series

Indiana has arrived in Omaha, Neb., for its first College World Series, and the team is using social media to take family, friends and fans along on its journey to the game’s grandest stage. The Hooisers, the Big Ten’s first CWS team since 1984 (Michigan), play Louisville at 8 p.m. ET Saturday on ESPN. See some of the best tweets in this post. [ RELATED: View all of’s College World Series coverage ] In case you didn’t see, Indiana’s team goals: Checkin goals off all yr now a new goal in mind now and it's attainable #tbt #1team1dream #believe

CWS preview: Indiana, Louisville team capsules

Indiana opens its first College World Series at 8 p.m. ET Saturday in Omaha, Neb. The Hoosiers, the Big Ten’s first CWS team since 1984 (Michigan), open vs. Louisville, which they went 2-1 vs. in the regular season. Check out the AP’s team capsules for the Hoosiers and Cardinals in this post. [ RELATED: Q&A: Voice of Indiana baseball ready to squeal like a pig ] INDIANA (48-14) Coach: Tracy Smith (242-220, 8 years at Indiana; 559-440-1, 17 years overall). Road To Omaha: Won Bloomington Regional: beat Valparaiso 5-4, beat Austin Peay 15-6, beat Austin Peay 6-1. Won Tallahassee Super

Q&A: Voice of IU baseball ready to squeal like a pig

Indiana is 48-14 and headed to its first College World Series. Along the way, the Hoosiers have won the Big Ten regular-season and tournament championships and swept its way to the Bloomington Regional and Tallahassee Super Regional crowns. Few have enjoyed a better seat for the historic season than Jeremy Gray, the voice of Indiana baseball and the school’s assistant athletic director for broadcast services. Gray joined the Indiana program in 2005 and started calling games in 2008. Read our Q&A with him in this post. [ RELATED: Twitter: IU tweets from Omaha | Super Regional gallery | bracket ]

View the 2013 College World Series schedule

Big Ten regular-season and tournament champion Indiana opens its first College World Series at 8 p.m. ET Saturday on ESPN. The Hoosiers, the Big Ten’s first CWS team since 1984 (Michigan), take on streaking Louisville in the event’s second game. Mississippi State and No. 3 seed Oregon State join Indiana and Louisville on one side of the bracket, while No. 1 North Carolina, North Carolina State, No. 4 LSU and UCLA land on the other. If the Hoosiers beat the Cardinals, they will play the Mississippi State-Oregon State winner at 8 p.m. ET Monday on ESPN2. Lose, and they’ll take

Gallery: Hoosiers roll to College World Series

For the first time since 1984, the Big Ten is sending a baseball team to the College World Series. And for the first time in school history, it’s Indiana, the 2013 Big Ten regular-season and tourney champion. The Hoosiers swept its best-of-3 series with Florida State on Sunday to advance to Omaha, Neb. View a photo gallery, courtesy USA TODAY Sports, in this post. [ RELATED: McRobbie, others congratulate Indiana | bracket | recap ]

McRobbie, others congratulate CWS-bound Hoosiers

The College World Series is a pretty big deal. So, it comes as no surprise that Indiana received its share of love Sunday after sealing up the program’s first CWS berth, and the Big Ten’s first since 1984 (Michigan). Indiana beat Florida State, 11-6, to sweep the best-of-3 Tallahassee Super Regional. [ RELATED: Indiana advances to first CWS | Gallery from Sunday | recap ] Indiana President Michael A. McRobbie chimed in with an official statement, which can be read below. “I join the entire university community in congratulating the IU baseball team for continuing its historic season with

Off to Omaha! Indiana advances to first CWS

Indiana is making its first trip to the College World Series. And the Hoosiers have broken a long CWS drought for the Big Ten along the way. Sam Travis hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth inning to break open a tie game as Indiana defeated Florida State 11-6 on Sunday in the Tallahassee Super Regional. [ RELATED: Twitter: Reaction to Indiana win | Gallery from Sunday | recap ] Indiana (48-14) is in the NCAA postseason for just the third time and was playing in its first Super Regional. But the Hoosiers played with plenty

Video: Sam Travis talks white-hot Indiana baseball

Sam Travis, much like the rest of the Indiana baseball team, is tearing it up. Name it, the first baseman has done it. In seven postseason games, Travis owns a .538 average (14-for-26), three home runs, 10 runs and 11 RBI on his way to claiming most outstanding player of the Big Ten tournament and the Bloomington Regional. [ View the official interactive bracket ] Travis’ heroics have helped guide the Hoosiers, also the Big Ten regular-season champs, to their first Super Regionals. Travis and Indiana open a best-of-3 series vs. Florida State at noon ET Saturday in Tallahassee.

Photo: Justin Cureton leaps for catch in deep center

Indiana outfielder Justin Cureton is no stranger to making highlight-reel catches. Time it right as a photographer, and his plays make for some pretty cool photos, as evidenced by the shot above from Indiana Athletics’ Mike Dickbernd. Nice catch, right? Well, it wasn’t his best of the day. That came in the second inning, when Cureton raced to left-center field and reached over the fence to rob Austin Peay of a would-be, three-run homer. Watch Cureton’s home run-robbing catch below: As the score indicates – not to mention this radio call – the catch, plus the ensuing out at first base,