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Hoosier Headlines, June 13th 2013

News and notes from around the country on IU sports.

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Indiana Baseball

IU's College World Series opponent Louisville 'embarrassed' Hoosiers in years past, but not this season | Indianapolis Star |
ESPNU showed the Indiana University baseball team's list of 10 goals during the broadcast of last week's NCAA Super Regionals.

Pitcher provides towering presence for Indiana

A slightly older piece on IU's star pitcher. Seriously, a good read of a longshot prospect's road to success!

Hoosiers used school’s soccer team for blueprint to success -

Faced with the task of rescuing Indiana baseball from obscurity eight years ago, Tracy Smith knew he could have looked around the country and found numerous examples on how to build a successful program.

Indiana Football:

Kevin Wilson urges Indiana Hoosiers fans to take more pride - ESPN

Kevin Wilson still wants IU football taken seriously.

Indiana Hoosiers ranked No. 75 in Orlando Sentinel's preseason rankings -

In a thumbnail sketch, Indiana Hoosiers ranked No. 75 in Orlando Sentinel's preseason college football rankings.

Indiana Basketball:

Indiana Basketball: Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Hoosiers in 2014 | Bleacher Report | Bleacher Report
One of the better previews I've seen out there on IU basketball personnel

Indiana basketball recruit Luke Fischer has already experienced devotion of IU fans | Indianapolis Star |
Before he has played a minute of basketball for Indiana, Luke Fischer has absorbed the culture he soon will inhabit. Good piece on the incoming center.

Indiana Soccer:

Indy Eleven Taps Hoosier as Coach - Newsroom - Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick

Former Hoosier goalkeeper, NCAA Champion, and World Cup participant Juergen Sommer has been named coach of the expansion NASL team.

Also, it's been mentioned elsewhere, but it was nice to see the 2012 National Champions officially commended for their academic success as well.