TERRE HAUTE —
The Indiana State baseball team will be hosting its Alumni Weekend on May 16-18, with its annual golf outing taking place May 17 at Idle Creek Golf Course.
The Sycamores will be host to Bradley on May 16-18 before heading to the Missouri Valley Conference tournament at Normal, Ill., the following week.
Idle Creek (5353 Eldridge Road) will be hosting the golf outing again, with registration and lunch starting at 11 a.m. before the event tees off at noon. Individuals can register for $100 with a foursome costing $400. Package A includes a foursome and a hole sponsorship for $500 while an individual hole sponsorship costs $150. Lunch, a cart and an Indiana State baseball cap will be included for all the golfers.
Beginning May 1, Indiana State plays 12 of its final 13 regular-season games on Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium, including weekend series against Evansville (May 3-5), Alcorn State (May 10-12) and Bradley (May 16-18).
For more information on Alumni Weekend or the golf outing, contact ISU assistant coach Tyler Herbst at 812-237-4090 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In other baseball news:
• Another Sycamore honored — For the third consecutive week, a member of the Indiana Stateteam has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Week.
Sophomore outfielder Landon Curry received the award this week, according to an announcement by the league office Wednesday.
Curry went 6 for 18 (.333) during Indiana State’s four games last week, picking up two doubles and one stolen base. He had a hit in all three games at Illinois State last weekend, including five hits during Saturday’s doubleheader.
He ranks fourth in the conference with 15 stolen bases this season.
This week’s selection marks the third consecutive week and fifth time this season overall that an ISU player has earned the MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week award. Redshirt senior Koby Kraemer (April 10/April 17) had been selected the previous two weeks, while senior Devin Moore (March 27) and Curry (March 20) earned back-to-back selections last month.
In the classroom, the Uniondale native carries a 3.81 grade-point average while majoring in business.