The Princeton Community baseball team raced out to a fast 3-0 record to start the season.
An unexpected coaching change has since sent the Tigers to just two wins in their last 16 games after a pair of losses over the weekend.
Princeton was blanked 11-0 on Friday against Evansville Central before falling to Tecumseh, 7-4, at the rain-shortened Loogootee Invite on Saturday.
In Friday night's shutout, Hunter McCandlees, Jacob Plante and Lance Stuckey produced the only base knocks of the game in the loss.
Gerit Bock suffered the loss as the southpaw lasted just two-plus innings.
Central scored two runs in the first, one in the second and four more in the third before enforcing the mercy rule with two runs in both the fifth and six innings.
On Saturday, Tecumseh raced out to 4-0 and 6-1 leads before the Tigers offense showed some life in the bottom of the fifth.
David Jones knocked home Stuckey with an RBI single to center to trim the Braves lead to 6-2, before McCandless was credited with an RBI on a fielders' choice. A second Tiger runner crossed the plate on the play with a throwing error to make the score 6-4.
But the Tigers went down in order in both the sixth and seventh innings.
Trevor DeHosse and Jones finished with two hits apiece, while McCandless and Stuckey produced the other two hits in the loss.
Briar Christy was tagged with the loss on the mound. He went the first five innings, allowing six runs on seven hits.
Princeton (5-14) travels to county rival Wood Memorial on Tuesday.