The sophomore guard scored a career-high 27 points and No. 21 Purdue beat IUPUI 86-61 on Sunday night for Painter’s 300th victory.
Werner scored in the second overtime to lead Stanford to its third straight NCAA men’s soccer title with a 1-0 win over Indiana on Sunday.
Canterbury graduate Bailey Farley returns to Fort Wayne as Milwaukee beats IPFW on Sunday afternoon, 60-48.
Romeo Langford scored 42 points as New Albany beat North Side on Saturday, 97-59. Keion Brooks Jr. scored 18 points for the Legends.
Max Joseph hit two free throws for a 69-68 Valparaiso lead and Jon Kiser added one of two to make it 70-68 with 14 seconds left. Trey Moses got the defensive rebound and Persons drained a 3 from the top of the key to win it.
The contest was still tense and provided energy to a matchup of storied rivals that began with less buzz from a year ago with both programs transitioning under new coaches.
The No. 11-ranked Indiana Tech women’s basketball team defeated Lourdes, 81-36, in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) action on Saturday afternoon at the Schaefer Center.
A hot-shooting first half for the Miami Redhawks ended up being the difference in Fort Wayne’s 81-73 defeat at Millett Hall on Saturday (Dec. 9) afternoon.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team shot the lights out in its win over Eastern Illinois, as the Mastodons hit 70.8 percent from the floor in a 93-77 win over the Panthers.
The Fighting Irish also play Syracuse at Yankee Stadium Nov. 17, 2018, before their regular-season finale at Southern Cal a week later, on Nov. 24.
Vincent Edwards scored 15 points, Carson Edwards finished with 10 points, and No. 21 Purdue dominated Valparaiso 80-50 on Thursday night.
To earn another national title the Saint Francis football team will have to go through Reinhardt University – again.
John Konchar scored a season-high 23 points while Kason Harrell added 19 and Bryson Scott had 18 but Fort Wayne fell at Akron 83-79 on Wednesday (Dec. 6) evening.
The teams, selected in balloting by North Region sports information directors and D3football.com staff, were chosen from 217 nominations by Division III member schools.
Tayler Persons hit 3-pointer from the left wing with 1.7 seconds remaining and Ball State shocked No. 9 Notre Dame 80-77 on Tuesday night at Purcell Pavilion.
The 6-foot-3 guard from Columbia City, Ind., averaged 29.5 points and 7.0 assists per game for the No. 3-ranked Cougars, who have now won eight consecutive games including a 93-85 win over Goshen College on Saturday.
Donley named NAIA Region 2 coach of the year, Abbs the D3 Region 4 coach of the year.
Juwan Morgan scored 15 points and De’Ron Davis added 13, spurring a decisive 18-0 second-half run Monday night to give Indiana a 77-64 victory over Iowa.
Anna Lappenküper’s game-tying layup with 1.1 second left in regulation sent the Fort Wayne Mastodons into overtime for the first time this season, but the Mastodons were unable to pick up the victory falling at Coastal Carolina 67-58.
Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott was honored for the second time this season as The Summit League’s Player of the Week.