In this photo taken May 11, 2010, and provided by the University of Indiana, Indiana coach Tracy Smith talks with Kentucky coach Gary Henderson, right, during a college baseball game in Bloomington, Ind. Coach Smith has upgraded the talent in his eight seasons at Indiana and might have his best team yet. (AP Photo/University of Indiana, Mike Dickbernd)The Associated Press
This undated photo which was provided by the University of Indiana, shows Indiana's Kyle Schwarber at bat during a college baseball game in Bloomington, Ind. Schwarber leads the Big Ten in batting (.413) and home runs (six). (AP Photo/University of Indiana, Mike Dickbernd)The Associated Press
The Indiana baseball team's 15-game winning streak is the longest in the nation, and the Hoosiers believe bigger things lie ahead.
The Hoosiers (22-3, 6-0 Big Ten) already have won series against national powers Louisville and Florida, and now have their sights set on winning the Big Ten regular-season championship for the first time since 1949. They even believe they can make it to the College World Series.
Indiana is ranked as high as No. 16 in the major polls after having never cracked the top 25 before this season. The Hoosiers are in the top 10 in batting (.324), runs per game (7.8) and ERA (2.24).
Sophomore catcher Kyle Schwarber leads Indiana with a .413 batting average and six home runs.