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  2. Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats - Wikipedia

    The Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats are the athletic teams that represent Indiana Wesleyan University, located in Marion, Indiana, in intercollegiate sports as a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in the Crossroads League (formerly known as the Mid-Central College Conference (MCCC) until after the 2011–12 school year) since the 1973–74 ...

  3. Indiana Wesleyan University - Wikipedia

    Wesley the Wildcat. Website. www .indwes .edu. Indiana Wesleyan University ( IWU) is a private evangelical Christian university headquartered in Marion, Indiana, and affiliated with the Wesleyan Church. It is the largest private university in Indiana. [3] [4] [5] The university system includes IWU—Marion, where nearly 3,000 students are ...

  4. Bart Kaufman Field - Wikipedia

    Bart Kaufman Field is a baseball field in Bloomington, Indiana. It is home of the Indiana Hoosiers baseball team. [4] The capacity of the facility is 2,500 spectators. It is named after Bart Kaufman, an alumnus who played in 1960-61-62. In 1961 he was the second-leading hitter (.452) in the Big Ten to longtime Detroit Tigers player Bill Freehan ...

  5. List of college athletic programs in Indiana - Wikipedia

    Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis: ... Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats: Indiana Wesleyan University: Marion: Crossroads: IUPUC Crimson Pride:

  6. Indiana Institute of Technology - Wikipedia

    Mascot. Maximus the Warrior. Website. www .indianatech .edu. Indiana Institute of Technology ( Indiana Tech) is a private university in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It was founded in 1930 as Indiana Technical College by John A. Kalbfleisch, who was also the school's first president. The university today is organized into three colleges.

  7. 2024 NAIA baseball tournament - Wikipedia

    The 2024 NAIA baseball tournament was the 67th edition of the NAIA baseball championship. The 46-team tournament began on May 13 with Opening Round games across ten different sites and concluded with the 2024 NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Idaho that began on May 24 and ended on May 31.

  8. Parkview Field - Wikipedia

    Parkview Field hosted the 2010 Midwest League All-Star Game. Features. The ballpark contains 16 luxury suites; The Appleseed Picnic Pavilion is an old-fashioned ballpark picnic with terraced picnic table seating that wraps around the right field foul pole and extends right down to field level, which accommodates 50–2,500 people

  9. Legends Field (Kentucky) - Wikipedia

    Legends Field is a ballpark in Lexington, Kentucky. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Lexington Legends of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, an official Partner League of Major League Baseball. [7] It was built in 2001 and holds 6,994 people. [8]