⚾️ Jayhawks Take on Indiana State in Three-Game Set
|Kansas at Indiana State|
|Where||Terre Haute, Ind. // Bob Warn Field|
|Live Video||Friday | Saturday | Sunday|
|Radio||Jayhawk Sports Network|
|Notes||Kansas | Indiana State|
|Social Media||@KUBaseball | @kubaseball | Facebook|
|Probable Starting Pitchers|
|Fri. 2 p.m. CT||RHP Cole Larsen (0-2, 5.48)||RHP Jack Parisi (1-2, 7.91)|
|Sat. 1 p.m. CT||RHP Ryan Vanderhei (3-1, 4.03)||RHP Matt Jachec (3-1, 2.77)|
|Sun. 12 p.m. CT||TBD||TBD|
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — Currently in the midst of a 15-game stretch on the road, the Kansas Jayhawks play the Indiana State Sycamores this weekend in a three-game series at Bob Warn Field. Kansas has gone 4-4 through the first eight games.
The Jayhawks have played against Michigan State (1-1), Minnesota (0-1), Illinois (1-0), Charleston Southern (2-0) and Western Carolina (0-1) in those eight games. Kansas has played nearly half its games against Big Ten opponents this season, holding a 4-3 record in those contests.
Sophomore shortstop Maui Ahuna has been a consistent presence at the plate all season. Ahuna has reached base in 24 consecutive games dating back to last season and has nine multi-hit performances this year. He is currently first in the Big 12 in batting average (.483, sixth nationally), on-base percentage (.559, tied for 18th nationally), slugging percentage (.845, 24th nationally) and triples (3, tied for 5th nationally).
Kansas (7-8) will trot out redshirt senior right-handed pitcher Cole Larsen on Friday and redshirt sophomore righty Ryan Vanderhei on Saturday.
All three games this weekend will be live streamed on ESPN+. Live audio will be available on the Jayhawk Sports Network on KUAthletics.com and the Kansas Jayhawks app.
Kansas will wrap up its stretch of 15 consecutive road games with a midweek matchup at Wichita State followed by the beginning of conference play next weekend at Oklahoma State.