The Northwest Indiana Oilmen (4-0) sweep through the 2012 playoffs to capture the MCL Championship in their inaugural season.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen used a seven run explosion in the ninth inning to defeat the DeKalb County Liners, 12-6 on Friday at Founders Field.
With a 10-6 victory over the DuPage County Hounds on Wednesday at Benedictine Stadium, the Northwest Indiana Oilmen advanced to the 2012 Midwest Collegiate League championship.
Five first-inning runs helped the Northwest Indiana Oilmen defeat the DuPage County Hounds, 5-1 on Tuesday at Oil City Stadium.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen ended their 2012 inaugural season with a loss, falling to the Southland Vikings, 5-3 at Homewood High School.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen ended their final home game on a high note, routing the Southland Vikings, 16-4.
Both the Northwest Indiana Oilmen (26-14) and the Chicago Zephyrs (14-24) had scoring chances on Wednesday, but it was the Oilmen that capitalized on them, pulling off a 4-3 win at Oil City Stadium.
The Southland Vikings (17-21) rolled over the Northwest Indiana Oilmen (24-14) 13-4 on Sunday at Oil City Stadium.
The Midwest Collegiate League’s Commissioner, Don Popravak, has announced that effective immediately, the Will County CrackerJacks and the Illinois Lincolns baseball clubs have resigned from the League.
On Saturday, July 21st, the Northwest Indiana Oilmen will host RON KITTLE NIGHT at Oil City Stadium.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen extended their win streak to six games with a bottom of the ninth, 6-5 win over the Chicago Zephyrs.
Just before the All-Star break, the Northwest Indiana Oilmen put together a four game winning streak, scoring fifty runs in their last three games.
The Midwest Collegiate League annual All-Star game took place Wednesday night, with six members of the Northwest Indiana Oilmen playing on the MCL South team.
The Midwest Collegiate League made their player selections for the MCL All-Star game at Benedictine University, naming five Northwest Indiana Oilmen to the MCL South team.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen (16-11) returned to old form by pulling off a come from behind 8-6 win against the Southland Vikings (11-14).
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen (15-11) freefall continued, losing 4-2, to the DuPage County Hounds (14-12).
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen (15-9) played a double header Monday against the DeKalb County Liners (15-10), which included a rescheduled game due to last Thursday’s storm.
On Sunday, in exhibition play, the U.S. Military All-Stars defeated the Northwest Indiana Oilmen 9-8.
The Indiana Oilmen (14-7) surrendered the top spot in the MCL South Division with a 14-13 loss, their fourth straight, against the red hot Will County Crackerjacks (14-6).
With a success rate of winning more than 70% of their games, the U.S. Military All-Stars will present a challenge that the Northwest Indiana Oilmen are ready to meet.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen (14-6) dropped their third straight game Sunday night against the Illinois Lincolns (10-8).
Oil City Stadium played host to the top two teams in the MCL, as the MCL North division leading DeKalb County Liners (12-6), took on the first place MCL South Northwest Indiana Oilmen (14-5).
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen’s six game winning streak came to an end Friday night as the Oilmen (14-4) lost 8-7 to the Southland Vikings (6-9) in extra innings.
The Northwest Indiana Oilmen will host their first annual youth baseball camp June 27th
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Jim Hinkleman Helps Oilmen
Northwest Indiana Oilmen add to their front office team
Indiana State University left pitcher signs with the Oilmen for the 2012 season
Ball State University catcher added to the Oilmen Roster
UIC Infielder and Lake Central Grad is added to the Oilmen Roster
The Oilmen keep adding quality Division 1 athletes to the 2012 roster
Wally Widelski Joins The Oilmen As A Player Development Coach