The Iowa baseball team opens the Big Ten race this weekend at home against Michigan State. The Hawkeyes are 9-13 on the season after dropping two home games to South Dakota State, including a 10-5 loss on Wednesday night in which the Hawkeyes committed four errors and gave up 16 hits.
Iowa coach Jack Dahm says they don’t need to make significant changes, they need to get back to playing aggressively and make plays defensively. Michigan State enters the league race with a 15-5 record. The series begins with a single game on Friday night.
Dahm says they need to work on getting off their heels on defense and to stick to the game plan on offense.