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Illini baseball face in-state opponent Tuesday

Illinois starting pitcher Cole Bellair delivers the pitch during game three of the series against Penn State on Saturday, March 26. The freshman pitched 8 innings and only giving up one run on six hits in the Illini's 5-3 loss.

By Cole Henke

April 11, 2016

Tweet: [email protected] freshman Cole Bellair is still adjusting to life as a starter. Last season, the prospect of the Illinois baseball team going up against Illinois State’s pitcher Jacob Hendren would have been concerning for the Illini.The lefty posted a 10-2 record with a 2.80 ERA in 2015, while l...

Illinois baseball travels to Indiana State for mid-week matchup

Illinois' head coach Dan Hartleb will rely on senior starter Andrew Mamlic in the team's game against Indiana State on Tuesday. 

By Cole Henke

March 29, 2016

[email protected] plays a mid-week game against the Indiana State Sycamores on TuesdayThe Illinois baseball team will travel one state over to play the Indiana State Sycamores on Tuesday.Coming off of their first Big Ten series of the year in which Illinois won two out of three games against Penn ...

Former Illini centerfielder serves as bridge between players and coaches

Will Krug waits on third base during the baseball game against Northwestern at Illinois Field on Friday, April 3, 2015. Krug still contributes to Illinois baseball as an assistant coach.

By Cole Henke

March 14, 2016

Tweet: Former outfielder Will Krug had a hard time staying away from @IlliniBaseball. He is back as an #Illini assistant coachIllinois baseball’s Will Krug sees pitcher Andrew Mamlic and infielder Michael Hurwitz every daymp.Off the diamond, he is Will, their best friend, who they share an apar...

Illinois baseball still has a lot of question marks

Illinois' Cody Sedlock throws a pitch during the baseball game against Indiana at Illinois Field on April 17, 2015. Illinois won 5-1.

By Cole Henke

February 16, 2016

Tweet: [email protected] will use its games this weekend to round out the bottom of its lineupIllinois baseball head coach Dan Hartleb said there are a lot of question marks floating around in his head.But he clarified that they are not "the panic type of question marks."Illinois enters its first games of ...