The IPFW women’s basketball team dropped its opening round game of The Summit League Championship to South Dakota State 80-60, ended the Mastodon’s season with a 7-23 overall record.
With his team mired in an offensive slump, Notre Dame coach Mike Brey decided to push them.
Second-ranked Notre Dame got the kind of test coach Muffet McGraw wanted in March.
The IPFW men’s volleyball team was unable to overcome hitting errors as the Mastodons fell in straight sets to Lourdes (18-25, 2-25, 19-25).
The senior captain is getting ready to embark on his final postseason run with the Boilermakers and leave his legacy behind in West Lafayette.
After their final practice in Fort Wayne before heading to Sioux Falls for the Summit League tournament the Mastodons weighed in on their quest to earn the program’s first-ever bid to the NCAA Tournament.
From a homeless, overweight teen, to a star on the rise at Purdue; Caleb Swanigan has worked tirelessly to reach his dream.
The senior guard was only IPFW player to earn a conference honor this season.
Max Landis and John Konchar were also named to the Summit League first-team as the conference handed out awards on Thursday.
The University of Saint Francis will play North Star Athletic Association Tournament champion Dakota State University in the first round of the 25th annual NAIA Division II National Championship on Wednesday, March 9.
Angel Rodriguez matched his season high with 19 points, Sheldon McClellan added 17 and No. 7 Miami jumped to an early 18-point lead and beat Notre Dame 68-50 victory Wednesday night.
Allen Wright was also named the GLVC Freshman of the Year.
After a standout freshman campaign Belmont University’s Darby Maggard was not only named to the OVC First Team All-Conference and the OVC All-Newcomer team, but she was also named Freshman of the Year.
For the first time in program history the Saint Francis men’s basketball team is the Crossroads League Tournament champion as the Cougars edged Indiana Wesleyan 81-80 on an Austin Fox free throw with 1.7 seconds left on Tuesday night in the title game at the Hutzell Center.
Vince Edwards scored 20 points and A.J. Hammons had 12 of his 16 points in the second half, leading No. 15 Purdue to an 81-62 victory over Nebraska on Tuesday night.
Yogi Ferrell had 20 points, including a crucial 3 with 37 seconds, and No. 12 Indiana clinched its second outright Big Ten title in four years by holding off No. 16 Iowa 81-78 on Tuesday night.
Brenton Scott picked up his first career all-conference honor when he was named to the All-MVC Second Team.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights was investigating 208 cases for issues of sexual violence at 167 colleges and universities.
Yogi Ferrell scored 27 points, handed out five assists and pulled down five rebounds in the Hoosiers’ win at Illinois.
The Hoosiers moved up six spots this week to no. 12 while Purdue climbed five spots to no. 15.