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Hoosiers bats fall silent, lose 6-1 to Bearcats

Indiana failed to muster much of any offense in the Queen City

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Indiana couldn’t get back on track today as they fell to Cincinnati in a 1-6 loss.

The game followed a rare tie for the Hoosiers, as their 11-inning battle with Florida Atlantic was cut short last Sunday. After the tie, head man Chris Lemonis said “That last game left a sour taste in our mouth a little bit.”

That sour taste remains today.

It was a slow start to the game for both teams, as both went scoreless until the 3rd inning. Laren Eustace scored the only run of the game for Indiana during that inning.

The offense picked up in the 6th, as Cincinnati managed to total four runs for the inning. But the 6th inning came and went and no more runs were scored for the rest of the game by either team.

Going 0-2-1 in their last three games, the Hoosiers dropped below .500 and moved to a 3-4-1 record overall. Cincinnati moved to a 3-4 record on the season.

Indiana will head to Birmingham for Friday’s game against Samford.