If you liked the look of last year’s Final Four, you will love the 2015 edition.
With their trio of freshmen starting, the Blue Devils are going to their 16th Final Four, and a record-tying 12th for Krzyzewski, after a 66-52 win over Gonzaga on Sunday to win the South Regional.
Notre Dame beat the Lady Bears 77-68 in the Oklahoma City regional final Sunday night to reach its fifth consecutive Final Four.
The Indiana Tech baseball team scored 10 runs on 11 hits and junior right-hander James McReynolds allowed just one hit to complete a two-game sweep of the Cardinals.
The IPFW baseball team out-hit South Dakota State 12-to-9; however, a SDSU five-run top of the ninth inning gave the visitors the come-from-behind win over the Mastodons 8-7 in the series finale between the teams on Sunday.
After 24 road games to start the season, the IPFW softball team returned to its home field for the first time Sunday and the Mastodons promptly snapped its losing streak to win the home opener 6-4 over Western Illinois.
Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo and Louisville head coach Rick Pitino will go head to head in the Elitet 8.
Sam Dekker hit 5 of Wisconsin’s 10 3-pointers in the second half on his way to a second straight career high of 27 points, Frank Kaminsky added 29 points and the top-seeded Badgers beat No. 2 Arizona 85-78 on Saturday to reach consecutive Final Fours for the first time in school history.
Collin Cohen sets new career highs in kills, digs, assists, and blocks as the 15th-ranked (American Volleyball Coaches Association) IPFW men’s volleyball team fell to No. 4 Lewis in straight sets. The Mastodons finished 16-25, 26-24, 17-25, falling to 16-9, 6-6 (MIVA) while the Flyers improve to 19-2, 10-1 (MIVA).
The IPFW baseball team had a dozen hits and four players with multi-hit games, but a strong South Dakota State lineup, coupled with eight IPFW errors paved the way in the 12-6 Jackrabbit victory on Saturday afternoon.
The third-ranked Indiana Tech women’s lacrosse team flexed their muscle in a Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference contest on Saturday, scoring 11 goals in the first 30 minutes to run over Lourdes, 16-4 at Warrior Athletic Field. Tech was led by a seven point performance from Alexa Winter and solid play between the pipes.
Pushed to the brink, Kentucky’s still perfect and still playing. Andrew Harrison made two free throws with six seconds remaining, and the top-seeded Wildcats kept their unbeaten season and national title hopes intact with a 68-66 win over Notre Dame on Saturday night in the Midwest Regional final.