He spent 14 seasons guiding the Cougars, winning the NAIA DII national title in 2014.
On the third and final day of competition, the IPFW women’s track and field team set an additional three records – in the 4×100-meter relay, the 1,600-meter run, and the 4×400-meter relay – with IPFW’s 16 points for the championships putting them in seventh place overall in the team competition.
The South Dakota State Jackrabbits jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first inning, and cruised the rest of the way in a 15-0 IPFW loss that came a day after the team clinched its berth into the 2015 Summit League Tournament.
A second inning Kendall Whitman (Huntington North H.S.) grand slam sent IPFW to a five-run advantage, one that they would not give up for the remainder of the game, as the Mastodons won their 26th game of the 2015 season – a new program wins mark.
The IPFW women’s track & field team set two school records – from Kiawna Cottrell and Brittany Beard – sending the same pair to the finals, as the Mastodons have set themselves up for a strong final day of the 2015 Summit League Championships.
Indiana has dismissed sophomore basketball player Devin Davis and senior Hanner Mosquera-Perea following an incident on campus that led to a citation for marijuana possession against the younger player.
Coach Tom Crean also says junior Hanner Mosquera-Perea was present at the time but was not charged by the Indiana University police department.
On December 1 Indiana travels to Duke while Purdue heads to Pitt. On December 2 Notre Dame plays at Illinois.
IPFW Director of Athletics Kelley Hartley Hutton has announced that longtime IPFW assistant coach Ryan “Rock” Perrotte has been tabbed as the second head coach in IPFW men’s volleyball program history
Bishop Dwenger grad, Grady Eifert is heading to Purdue. The 6’5 forward will join the Boilermakers this upcoming year as a preferred walk-on.
Trailing 4-3 heading into the top of the seventh inning, the IPFW Mastodons fell victim to a 10-run Oral Roberts frame, as the Golden Eagles out-lasted the Mastodons in a 14-3 series finale at Mastodon Field.
Two Notre Dame stars were in the Summit City on Saturday signing autographs for fans at PlayBall Ink in the Glenbrook Mall.