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IU Hoosiers Shut Out 1-0 In World Series Elimination Game

The Hoosiers ended their College World Series run Wednesday night with a loss to Oregon State.

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The Hoosiers played this season at the new Bart Kaufman Field.

The Indiana Hoosiers’ extraordinary season came to an end Wednesday, losing to the Oregon State Beavers 1-to-nothing in the College Baseball World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. Matt Boyd threw a complete game shutout for Oregon State, striking out 11 and limiting the high-powered Hoosier offense to four-hits. Indiana starter Aaron Slegers also pitched nine innings and surrendered the Beavers’ one-run on a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning.

Indiana finishes the season with a 49-and-16 record, a Big-Ten Conference championship, and the team’s first appearance in the College Baseball World Series in school history.

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