Spring football practice began at Notre Dame on Wednesday like it has in most of the past five years under Brian Kelly, with a looming question about who will start at quarterback.
Four-year-old Caroline Marini and her one-year old sister, Lucia, have the same opinion as many of the experts, picking Kentucky to win this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Fox (Muncie, IN / Central H.S.) was a third-team selection who averaged 19.7 points a game in three games and 6.7 rebounds leading the Cougars to the Elite 8 level for the fourth time in six seasons.
Taylor (Elkhart, Ind. / Memorial H.S.) was named to the first team while Ridley (Fort Wayne, Ind./Bishop Luers H.S.) was a third-team selection. Ridley was a first-team All-America in 2014 helping USF to its first NAIA Championship under Head Coach Gary Andrews.
Andrew Sellan’s 22 kills, six blocks, and six digs were not enough as the IPFW men’s volleyball team fell 3-1 at No. 3 Lewis on Tuesday night.
Notre Dame’s path in the NCAA Tournament as it attempts to make it to its fifth straight Final Four won’t be easy.
Notre Dame ranked no. 8. Butler no. 24 while Purdue received one vote.
IPFW is prepping to battle the University of Evansville on Wednesday night in the first round of C.I.T., as the Mastodons hit the practice floor Monday afternoon to get ready for the Purple Aces.
How do cities like Dayton, and Columbus, Ohio, Portland, Oregon and Indianapolis end up hosting big games? And, why do others lose out?
The 2018 meeting will be the first ever between the two Indiana schools.
One year after dealing with late-night problems, angry coaches and surprised families, most teams in this year’s men’s tourney will be required to stay overnight after their games.
The IPFW men’s basketball team has drawn the Evansville Aces for the first round of the 2015 CollegeInsider.com Tournament, the second time in as many years that the Mastodons have earned a place in the postseason tournament.