Indiana and Louisville will play the first basketball game Dec. 31, 2016, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
The IPFW women’s volleyball team was picked to finish sixth in the Summit League preseason poll of the league’s head coaches.
Freshman defensive back Shaun Crawford suffered a torn ACL during practice Wednesday morning and will be out for the 2015 season.
Resiliency would best describe Drue Tranquill’s time at Notre Dame so far.
Andy O’Donoghue, Jacob Murphy, and Austin West all scored for the ‘Dons in the scrimmage.
Notre Dame linebacker, and Bishop Luers grad, Jaylon Smith is ready to live up to the hype surrounding him this season.
The decision throws out a March 2014 ruling by a regional NLRB director in Chicago who said that the football players are effectively school employees and entitled to organize.
Notre Dame defensive tackle Jarron Jones is out for the season with a right knee injury.
In IPFW’s sole exhibition match of the 2015 season, the Mastodon women’s soccer team and the UIC Flames played to a 0-0 draw over the entirety of the 90-minute contest.
Zedrick spent 2014-15 as the men’s golf head coach at Garden City Community College (GCCC).
St. Francis opened up fall camp on Monday morning, preparing for the start of the season on September 5th.
Indiana Men’s Basketball coach, Tom Crean, was in the Summit City on Sunday, attending a fundraising dinner to support the Ministry of Youth for Christ of Northern Indiana.
Malik Zaire laughed when he heard coach Brian Kelly talk about how the quarterback sometimes needs to be reined in because he’s so emotional.
Smith, along with teammate Ronnie Stanley, is on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s college football preview.
Fort Wayne native and South Side graduate Donovan Clark may miss the 2015 season with a back injury Indiana University head coach Kevin Wilson announced on Thursday as the Hoosiers opened fall practice.
Notre Dame will be without Greg Bryant, its second-leading rusher in 2014, for the upcoming season because of disciplinary reasons, coach Brian Kelly announced Tuesday.
Former New Haven High School basketball standout Jabar Ray will play D-1 basketball at Tulsa University starting in the 2016-17 season.
While the Big Ten East gets all the attention, with the defending national champions at Ohio State and Jim Harbaugh-mania at Michigan, the conference’s western division is mostly in flux.
The former Notre Dame star guard was a first-round selection in this year’s NBA draft.
The Fort Wayne native is one of over a thousand named to the Honor Court.