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Fall Ball Schedule

7 - Published August 17, 2012 by in Bloomington

The 2012-2013 school year is upon us. Take a look at the fall schedule after the jump.

August 17 1-3pm RecFest – Wildermuth Intramural Center
Meet incoming and returning players, meet coaches, turn in first installment of player dues, turn in summer work out packet, bring class schedule

August 26 7PM Team Meeting – HPER basement

August 27 practice begins

September fall kick off team meal TBD

September 21-22 Fitness testing

September 28-29 St. Louis trip

October 5 Homecoming Weekend
Alumni/inter squad scrimmage Friday evening

October 19-21 Recruits Weekend
Saturday scrimmages against Wabash and Louisville plus tailgate

October 27 Purdue scrimmage in Indianapolis

October 28 End of fall team banquet

Fall practice schedule:
Monday Evan Williams 8-10
Tuesday Karst 7-9
Wednesday Evan Williams 8-10
Thursday Karst 7-9

The coaching staff is looking forward to our best fall campaign to date.

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7 Responses to Fall Ball Schedule

  1. Shaw February 23, 2012 at 3:56 pm #

    Pipe city!

  2. rowdy_rodi November 14, 2012 at 1:00 pm #

    “It’s not the wand, it’s the wizard” 

    • Adam Szenczi-Molnar November 14, 2012 at 3:27 pm #

      Agreed. First head I ever strung myself looked hideous but threw like a dream for my not even year of experience at the time. Black Revo with forest green mesh, and three different colored shooters that weren’t evenly spaced the same. Embarrassing combination really; my team colors were maroon.

  3. Ryan Conwell November 14, 2012 at 4:30 pm #

    Can’t fault him at all.  I’ve got the same mesh in a 2001 Brine Vapor.  Sidewalls aren’t great, I’ve redone the shooters a few times, but it’s the most consistent stick I have.  I’ve tried doing up a few new ones since (always throw way too high or low), but when you’re only playing rec leagues…having the latest and greatest gear goes by the wayside for me anyway.

  4. D. Willson November 14, 2012 at 7:56 pm #

    Now I feel bad for not documenting this particular diaster, but I found a 1980s Brine D-80 “Spoon” on eBay last year with a fully functional traditional that was strung entirely with jute gardening cord (AKA lashing cord). Imagine the entire pocket strung entirely in all-natural materials like a prop from a “Gilligan’s Island” rerun — the sidewalls, runners, shooters, and crosslace were all jute. And it was actually a consistent, completely usable pocket. For anyone still wondering what jute is, it’s this: 

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