IPFW enters The Summit League Tournament with a 9-20 overall record and finishing the league season at 3-13.
Despite double-digit kills from Andrew Sellan and Ramon Burgos, the Blue and White were unable to complete a come from behind win on the road.
Despite a Herculean comeback from a 62-48 deficit, Jessica Almeida did it again to eliminate defending NAIA Division II Champion University of Saint Francis from the 22nd Crossroads League Tournament in overtime, 84-83, on Friday night.
No. 4-seed Huntington (Ind.) came into Luckey Arena Friday night and upset No. 1-seed Indiana Wesleyan University women’s basketball in a 77-56 final in the Crossroads League Tournament Semifinals.
A tough offensive first half and 29 second half free throw attempts by Omaha were too much for the IPFW women’s basketball team to overcome as the Mastodons fell 70-61.
Basil Smotherman scored a career-best 17 points and Rapheal Davis had 16 points and 10 rebounds Thursday night, leading Purdue to a 92-85 victory against slumping Rutgers.
Trine was unable to overcome a slow start, as Hope put an end to the Thunder’s MIAA title hopes with a 55-44 victory Thursday night in Hershey Hall.
The IPFW Mastodons had an eight and a half minute second-half stretch without a field goal, as the Mavericks opened a 21-4 run to turn an 11-point IPFW lead into a six-point Omaha advantage, as the Mavericks held on late for a 73-67 victory.
Austin Fox tallied 20 points and 12 rebounds as second-seeded Saint Francis powered past sixth-seeded Goshen 71-52 in the first round of Crossroads League Tournament play on Wednesday night at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
Tre Demps scored 23 points and sparked a decisive second half run as Northwestern claimed a 72-65 Big Ten victory over Indiana on Wednesday night.
Manchester University Director of Athletics Rick Espeset announced today that Brad Nadborne has stepped down as head men’s basketball coach. He will remain in his role as an instructor for the university’s Exercise and Sport Science department through the end of 2014-15.
The Huntington Foresters live to see another day in the Crossroads League Women’s Basketball Tournament, taking down Goshen 69-63 at Platt Arena on Tuesday night.