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Indiana baseball turned a triple play on Friday in the first inning of its NCAA tournament game against Radford.  

By SI Wire
May 29, 2015

Indiana baseball turned a triple play on Friday in the first inning of its NCAA tournament game against Radford. 

Radford started the game with back-to-back singles and had runners on first and third with no outs. Hoosiers pitcher Kyle Hart then got Patrick Marshall to strike out looking, while the Highlanders' Josh Reavis attempted to steal second base. 

Reavis was called out at second on the throw from Indiana catcher Brad Hartong, and Shane Johnsonbaugh, who was on third, had strayed towards home and got caught in a pickle. Hartong ran down Johnsonbaugh and tagged him out to complete the triple play. 

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Radford is the No. 2 seed and Indiana the No. 3 seed in the Nashville Regional, which opened play on Friday. The other teams in the regional are No. 1 Vanderbilt and No. 4 Lipscomb.

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