The Fighting Irish came into the game tied for 21st in field goal percentage (48.3 percent). But Florida State (17-12, 7-10 Atlantic Coast Conference) held them to a season low in field goal percentage (35.7) and points (56).
A.J. Hammons scored 19 points to lead five Purdue players in double figures.
The IPFW men’s volleyball was unable to overcome MIVA opponent Lindenwood as the Mastodons fell in straight sets (24-26, 22-25, 19-25)
The fourth-seeded Indiana Tech women’s basketball team fell to eight-ranked and top-seeded Davenport in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) Tournament semifinals, 82-76 on Saturday afternoon at the DU Student Center. The fourth-seeded Indiana Tech women’s basketball team fell to eight-ranked and top-seeded Davenport in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) Tournament semifinals, 82-76 on Saturday afternoon at the DU Student Center.
Trine’s bid for a NCAA Tournament bid came to an end in the MIAA Tournament Championship, as the Thunder fell to Hope 75-58 Saturday night in DeVos Fieldhouse.
With the win by the ‘Dons and loss by Denver against Omaha, IPFW will be the No. 7 seed in the Summit League Tournament and will play on March 5 at 3:30 p.m. ET in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
USF was led by first team all-conference player Bryce Leinhoop, who recorded a double-double scoring 22 points and grabbing 17 rebounds.
Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored 23 points for the visiting Mastodons (23-8, 12-4 Summit League) in the regular season finale against the Jaguars (13-18, 9-7 Summit League).
The IPFW men’s volleyball team was unable to pull off a comeback against Quincy to open the MIVA (Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) weekend.
Max Landis made five 3-pointers and finished with 24 points to lead IPFW to an 87-75 victory over Western Illinois on Thursday night for its fourth-straight win.
Columbia City graduate Derek Hinen tallied 30 points but it wasn’t enough as Huntington fell 87-79 at Indiana Wesleyan in the first round of the Crossroads League tournament.
Austin Fox tallied 17 points and 17 rebounds to lead a second-half rally as top-seeded St. Francis came back from a halftime deficit to defeat eighth-seeded Marian 70-63 in the first round of the Crossroads League tournament on Thursday night at the Hutzell Center.
The fourth-seeded Indiana Tech women’s basketball team defeated fifth-seeded Cornerstone, 68-58, in the first round of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) Tournament on Thursday evening at the Schaefer Center.
Yogi Ferrell scored 27 points and No. 18 Indiana used a huge second half to rout Illinois 74-47 on Thursday night.
Kamilah Carter’s game-high 21 points and six 3-pointers were not enough to give the IPFW women’s basketball a win over league-leading South Dakota as the Mastodons fell 90-63.
#15 and third-seeded Indiana Tech defeated sixth-seeded Concordia, 72-64 on Wednesday evening at the Schaefer Center.
The NFL hopeful on Wednesday tweeted a video that showed him walking across a training room at AWP Sports Performance in Fort Wayne.
Peckinpaugh was named the conference’s Coach of the Year after guiding Tech to a 22-8 overall record and 17-5 mark in the WHAC, finishing third in the league in just his second season at the helm.
Brooke Ridley scored 32 points and became the second University of Saint Francis player to scored 2,000 or more points in a career. Unfortunately, her stellar Lady Cougar career is over on the court after Crossroads League Tournament No. 5-seed Spring Arbor stunned fourth-seeded USF 62-54 on Tuesday night at Hutzell Athletic Center.
After beating Purdue 77-73 on Saturday IU moves up to No. 18 in the latest AP Top 25 poll out on Monday. The Boilers move down to No.20 while Notre Dame.