Brent Calhoun can be found dancing in the middle of the pre-game huddle before every Fort Wayne men’s basketball. The senior center for the Dons can always be found with a smile on his face, but it hasn’t always been that easy for Brent to put on a happy face.
The Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) announced its regular season awards on Thursday and the Indiana Tech men’s basketball team had several individuals honored.
Trine’s Brandi Dawson was named the MIAA Most Valuable Player and Hayley Martin was named the MIAA Defensive Player of the Year, the conference announced Monday.
University of Saint Francis forward Kara Gerka has been named Crossroads League Freshman of the Year in voting by CL coaches for post-season awards.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team was unable to carry its momentum from the first half into the second as the Mastodons fell to league-leading Western Illinois 77-51.
Kelan Martin scored 22 points and fueled a stunning second-half rally to lead No. 22 Butler past No. 2 Villanova 74-66 on Wednesday night, snapping the Wildcats’ on-campus home winning streak at 48 games.
Kegan Comer scored a team-best 18 points to lead Saint Francis to a 68-56 victory over Mount Vernon Nazarene in the first round of Crossroads League Tournament play Wednesday night at the Hutzell Center.
The No. 17-ranked and second-seeded Indiana Tech women’s basketball team overcame a 14-point second half deficit to advance to the semifinals of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) Tournament with a 72-68 victory over seventh-seeded Concordia.
Junior center Keanna Gary was named the WHAC Newcomer and Player of the Year while fifth-year head coach Jessie Biggs was named Coach of the Year.
Senior Peter Jok scored 35 points as Iowa rallied from 13 down to beat Indiana 96-90 in overtime on Tuesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.
The Cougars will now host Huntington in the semifinals on Friday as the Foresters upset third-seeded Indiana Wesleyan in the first round.
Ryan Cline scored six of his 11 points in overtime to lift No. 14 Purdue to a 74-70 victory over Penn State on Tuesday night.
Tippecanoe Valley grad Tanner Andrews struck out nine against Texas State.
Purdue rises to no. 14 – the highest ranking for the Boilermakers this season.
The Garrett High School grad averaged 18.5 points per game last week to help the Thunder win its first ever MIAA title.
Colin Brockhouse equaled a personal high with eight strikeouts in the win over No. 22 Maryland.
Nate Fowler scored 15 points, Kelan Martin added 14 points and eight rebounds and No. 24 Butler took advantage of two big scoring runs to blow out DePaul 82-66 on Sunday for its first back-to-back wins in almost a month.
With five consecutive Big Ten victories and a share of the Big Ten lead with either Maryland or Wisconsin after those two play Sunday in Madison, Purdue likely will climb in this week’s AP Top 25 poll.
V.J. Beachem scored 27 points and hit a career-high seven 3-pointers to help No. 25 Notre Dame beat North Carolina State 81-72 on Saturday, giving the Fighting Irish their fourth straight win to keep them in a crowded race for the top-four finish and the bye that comes with it next month in Brooklyn.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team was unable to send its two seniors, Selena Lozada and Rachel Rinehart, out with a win as the Mastodons fell to South Dakota State 76-59 in their final home game of the season.