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And that's it, Penn State wins 2-0.  Trainer and Goodin combined to only allow 2 hits, but the 4 consecutive walks by Trainer and the fielding error in the 4th were the difference.  We end the regular season (35-20) (10-13).

B1G tournament starts next Thursday in Bloomington.  Game matchups will be announced later this evening.

https://iuhoosiers.com/sports/2019/2/12/2019-big-ten-softball-tournament-central.aspx

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 Indiana Softball will travel to Durham, N.C. for the second straight season to face off against Duke and Syracuse in the 2020 Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Hoosiers will play a pair of games against both the Blue Devils and the Orange during the weekend of Feb. 14-16. Last year, Indiana swept the Challenge, going 4-0 against the same competition.
 
It marks the third straight year Indiana has competed in the annual event, which will see five ACC teams host while two schools from each conference will also compete at the ESPN St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational.
 
The Hoosiers are coming off a 2019 campaign in which they posted the most victories since 2011, as well as the best non-conference mark since 1986. Indiana spent six straight weeks in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, reaching as high as No. 16 after starting the season a program-record 14-0.
 
The full schedule for the Big Ten/ACC Challenge is below. Game times will be finalized at a later date.
 
2020 Big Ten/ACC Softball Challenge
(all games to be played Feb. 14-16, 2020 except where noted)
 
At Clearwater, Fla. (ESPN St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational – to be played Feb. 13-16, 2020)
(results between Big Ten and ACC schools will count towards Challenge standings)
Big Ten – Minnesota, Northwestern
ACC – Florida State, Virginia Tech
 
At Chapel Hill, N.C. (host – North Carolina)
Big Ten – Michigan, Wisconsin
ACC – Louisville, North Carolina
 
At Raleigh, N.C. (host – NC State)
Big Ten – Illinois, Ohio State
ACC – NC State, Notre Dame

At Durham, N.C. (host – Duke)
Big Ten – Indiana, Rutgers
ACC – Duke, Syracuse
 
At Atlanta, Ga. (host – Georgia Tech)
Big Ten – Iowa, Nebraska
ACC – Boston College, Georgia Tech

At Clemson, S.C. (host – Clemson)
Big Ten – Maryland, Michigan State
ACC – Clemson, Pitt

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On 7/9/2019 at 11:10 AM, Class of '66 Old Fart said:

 Indiana Softball will travel to Durham, N.C. for the second straight season to face off against Duke and Syracuse in the 2020 Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Hoosiers will play a pair of games against both the Blue Devils and the Orange during the weekend of Feb. 14-16. Last year, Indiana swept the Challenge, going 4-0 against the same competition.
 
It marks the third straight year Indiana has competed in the annual event, which will see five ACC teams host while two schools from each conference will also compete at the ESPN St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational.
 
The Hoosiers are coming off a 2019 campaign in which they posted the most victories since 2011, as well as the best non-conference mark since 1986. Indiana spent six straight weeks in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, reaching as high as No. 16 after starting the season a program-record 14-0.
 
The full schedule for the Big Ten/ACC Challenge is below. Game times will be finalized at a later date.
 
2020 Big Ten/ACC Softball Challenge
(all games to be played Feb. 14-16, 2020 except where noted)
 
At Clearwater, Fla. (ESPN St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational – to be played Feb. 13-16, 2020)
(results between Big Ten and ACC schools will count towards Challenge standings)
Big Ten – Minnesota, Northwestern
ACC – Florida State, Virginia Tech
 
At Chapel Hill, N.C. (host – North Carolina)
Big Ten – Michigan, Wisconsin
ACC – Louisville, North Carolina
 
At Raleigh, N.C. (host – NC State)
Big Ten – Illinois, Ohio State
ACC – NC State, Notre Dame

At Durham, N.C. (host – Duke)
Big Ten – Indiana, Rutgers
ACC – Duke, Syracuse
 
At Atlanta, Ga. (host – Georgia Tech)
Big Ten – Iowa, Nebraska
ACC – Boston College, Georgia Tech

At Clemson, S.C. (host – Clemson)
Big Ten – Maryland, Michigan State
ACC – Clemson, Pitt

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 Indiana Softball has announced the addition of Hannah Davis, a utility/infielder who spent her freshman year at the University of Kentucky. Davis will be eligible to play immediately for Indiana.
 
"Hannah was originally committed to us at our previous institution so we are extremely familiar with her and her family," said head coach Shonda Stanton. "We are excited to have this second opportunity to coach her. She is a talented ball player who will have an immediate impact as a utility infielder with the ability to provide an offensive spark to our lineup. We are excited for Hannah to be a Hoosier!"
 
Davis, a native of Georgetown, Ky., attended Scott County High School, where she led the team to three state championships and was a four-time All-Region, All-District and team Offensive MVP selection. One of those state titles came in a senior campaign that saw Davis bat .600 with 71 hits, 75 RBI and 13 home runs. For her efforts, Davis was also named a Premier Girls Fastpitch High School All-American and First Team All-State.
 
The left-handed batter played her travelball for the Louisville Sluggers and is planning to major in Communications at Indiana.

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. ­– Indiana Softball has announced the addition of graduate student manager Michaela Schlattman to its staff. Schlattman comes to Indiana after graduating from LSU in May 2019.
 
"I am beyond excited for the opportunity that Coach Stanton and the staff has given me to be a part of such a great softball program and university," said Schlattman. "I am thankful I get to learn from such an amazing coaching staff, which will help with my future goals in coaching and teaching. I am ready to get on campus and start working with the team."
 
As the Tigers' starting catcher, Schlattman played in 56 games and collected 39 hits, 24 runs and 23 RBI during her senior season as LSU advanced to Super Regionals for the second straight year. Off the field, she was a member of the 2019 SEC Community Team and the 2018 SEC First Year Academic Roll.
 
Schlattman transferred to LSU prior to her junior season after spending two years at shortstop at Miami (Ohio). There, Schlattman earned 2017 Third Team NFCA All-Region honors, First Team All-MAC and to the MAC All-Tournament Team after leading the RedHawks to a MAC Tournament title.
 
"I appreciate the graduate manager position because it provides opportunities for high achieving student-athletes to stay in the game and give back to current student-athletes," said Indiana head coach Shonda Stanton. "Michaela had a high-level success at LSU and we are excited for the daily positive collisions that she will have with our players. She is a great fit with her enthusiasm, self-discipline and love for the sport to serve as an outstanding role model and to help us continue to elevate our program."
 
A native of Plainfield, Ill., Schlattman will be getting her Master's in Secondary Education while at Indiana.
 

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