Indiana Hoosiers Baseball: Previewing The NCAA Regionals

Jun 16, 2012; Bloomington, IN, USA; General view of a University of Indiana Hoosiers logo flag at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

 

The Indiana Hoosiers are headed into the 2013 NCAA Baseball Tournament as hosts of a regional. After the Hoosiers won both the Big Ten Regular Season and Tournament crowns, they are poised at making a run at the College World Series in Omaha in June.

This week on Hoosier Huddle, Lesley Snyder and Brian Shepherd recap the Big Ten Tournament, including breakdowns of the all of the tournaments games, including the Hoosiers big win over Nebraska in the Championship Game.  They also took a look at this weekend’s NCAA Regional games as Indiana University hosts a NCAA Regional for the first time in school history. The Hoosiers will welcome the Austin Peay Governors, Florida Gators, and Valparaiso Crusaders to the Bloomington Regional.

Don’t worry Hoosier fans, Lesley and Brian also briefly touch on 2014-2015 5-star basketball recruit Theo Pinson’s decision to attend North Carolina over Indiana University.  The duo also talk about the NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers.

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Topics: 2013 NCAA Baseball Tournament, Big Ten, Indiana Hoosiers Baseball

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