The Indiana men’s basketball team fell to Iowa on Tuesday night at Assembly Hall, 77-63.
The IPFW men’s basketball team will soon hit the road and travel west. The ‘Dons are set to open the Summit League Tournament in Sioux Falls, S.D. on Sunday.
IU freshman James Blackmon Jr. is among the 10 finalists for the U.S. Basketball Writers Association’s Integris Wayman Tisdale Award
After surpassing the program wins record last month, the No. 7 and second-seeded Marian University women’s basketball team won its first-ever Crossroads League Tournament championship over No. 22 and fourth-seeded Huntington University, 63-59, on John Grimes Court at the Physical Education Center on Monday night.
Hannah Robbins, a sophomore from Taylor University, threw a complete game in TU’s 5-1 victory over Cumberland (TN) last week.
Amelia Recker, a junior from Huntington University, helped the No. 22-ranked Foresters to a 2-0 week last week in the Crossroads League Tournament
Ohio State rebounded from a 12-point deficit to a 65-61 victory over Purdue on Sunday night.
A layup from Sydney Buck put Butler up 76-67 with 1:07 left in the second half, but in a strange turn of events the Seton Hall Pirates outscored Butler 18-0 over the final minute to win the BIG EAST regular season championship.
In the fourth and final match of a busy weekend for the IPFW women’s tennis team, the Mastodons fell in a battle with 38th ranked DePaul University on Sunday morning at Empowered Sports Club.
Fortunately, this hard-to-swallow 62-61 loss to Bethel College wasn’t the end of the University of Saint Francis season. Just the end of the eighth-ranked Cougars bid for the 2015 Crossroads League Tournament title.
Joe Edwards scored a career-high 23 points as IPFW never trailed in the team’s 84-64 win over Western Illinois in the regular season finale between the two teams and senior night for the team’s three seniors, Edwards, Isaiah McCray, and Steve Forbes.
Playing against its second Big 12 opponent in as many days, the IPFW softball team dropped a pair of games to No. 6/4 Oklahoma 5-0 and 9-0.