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    Baseball Edged by Purdue on the Road, 5-3


    The UIC baseball team (14-19) scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning against Purdue on Wednesday night to tie the score at 3-3, but the Boilermakers plated a pair of runners in the bottom half of the eighth to edge the Flames, 5-3. Senior Alex Jurich and junior Tyler Detmer recorded RBI-singles in the eighth frame to knot the score.

    Baseball Heads to Purdue On Wednesday


    The UIC baseball team (14-18) will compete in its first non-league road game since March 19 when the Flames journey to Purdue on Wednesday with first pitch scheduled for 4 p.m. CT. UIC downed the Boilermakers by a final of 18-5 at home on April 1, the Flames largest win against a Big Ten opponent since 2006.

    Flames Drop Series Finale to Wright State, 9-7


    The UIC baseball team (14-18, 9-9 HL) punched out 15 hits Saturday afternoon (April 19) but committed three costly errors in a 9-7 loss to first-place Wright State (21-16, 15-2 HL) at Curtis Granderson Stadium. UIC had the winning run at the plate in the ninth inning but Jacob McNamara flew out to right field to end the game.

    Flames Fall to Wright State, 4-1


    The UIC baseball team (14-17, 9-8 HL) was held to six hits Friday night in a 4-1 loss to Wright State (20-16, 14-2 HL) at Curtis Granderson Stadium. UIC drew five walks but left ten runners on base.



    Curtis Granderson Stadium, on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), officially opened today (April 17) in front more than 800 friends and family of UIC baseball who were on-hand for the series opener against Wright State. Granderson, a Flames' Hall-of-Famer and current New York Mets outfielder, was in attendance to throw out the first pitch and cut the ribbon for the $10 million stadium. ...

    UIC to Unveil Curtis Granderson Stadium on Thursday


    The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) will unveil the newly completed Curtis Granderson Stadium on April 17 with a grand opening celebration, kicking off a weekend of activities at the new ballpark. The $10 million stadium was funded in part by $5 million contributed by Curtis Granderson, a UIC Hall-of-Famer, three-time MLB All-Star and current outfielder for the New York Mets. The venue will be the new...