After rain and thunderstorms pushed the conference doubleheader from Saturday to Monday, the Indians bats provided their own thunder as they scored 38-runs in 12 innings defeating East Central 12-4 and 26-7 in a pair of run-rule victories.
The Indians, who jumped to No. 6 in the latest NJCAA rankings prior to first pitch Tuesday, exploded for 35-runs as they swept Southwest Tennessee with a 20-14 win in game one, and a 15-4 victory in game two.
For the third consecutive Saturday, the No. 10 Itawamba Community College Indians faced a top-10 ranked opponent, and for the second straight week, they swept a top-five opponent, defeating No. 2 Jones College, 9-4 in game one and 7-0 in game two.
The ICC baseball team moved up three spots to No. 12 in the most recent NJCAA DII baseball poll and flexed their nationally-ranked muscle in a sweep of Beville State (Ala.) Community College in Fayette, Alabama on Tuesday.