IPFW women’s basketball fell to Omaha at home after a near buzzer-beating shot from the Mavericks with 1.7 seconds left, 60-58.
Senior Max Landis scored a game-high 28 points to lead IPFW to a 68-63 come-from-behind men’s college basketball Summit League road victory at Oral Roberts University on Thursday night at the Mabee Center.
It was the fourth victory of the season over a ranked team for Syracuse (14-8, 4-5 ACC), which built a 44-27 halftime lead and was not threatened in the second half by the Irish (14-6, 5-3), who played without injured point guard and leading scorer Demetrius Jackson.
Dominique Walls led the way with 28 points as Indiana Tech defeated Siena Heights 78-74 at the Schaefer Center on Wednesday night to improve to 12-4 in WHAC play.
Bishop Luers grad Brooke Ridley tallied 18 points and nine rebounds as St. Francis went on the road to defeat Huntington University 50-39.
Homestead grad Caleb Swanigan missed the game with a right ankle injury while Vince Edwards stepped up with 24 points.
Nigel Hayes scored 31 points, Ethan Happ added 25 and Wisconsin snapped No. 19 Indiana’s 12-game winning streak with an 82-79 victory in overtime on Tuesday night.
USF senior Austin Fox tallied 23 points and 18 rebounds as Saint Francis defeated rival Huntington University 79-57 Tuesday night at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
Notre Dame leading scorer Demetrius Jackson will miss Thursday’s game at Syracuse with an injured right hamstring.
The Homestead grad is averaging 10.1 points and a Big Ten-best 8.9 rebounds.
Ball State University head football coach Mike Neu has announced the additions of Tim Daoust (defensive coordinator), Johnny Curtis (linebackers coach), Kyle DeVan (offensive line coach), Byron Ellis (director of football administration/chief of staff) and Ben Armer (director of strength & conditioning for football) to the 2016 football staff.
Indiana vaults to no. 19, Purdue up one spot to 21st, Notre Dame back in top 25.
Averaged 15.5 rebounds and had a 6.0 assist/turnover ratio for the week
cott was 9 of 14 from the field and 6 of 9 from beyond the arc for the Sycamores (11-9, 5-3 Missouri Valley).
Vince Edwards had 19 points and P.J. Thompson had 16 for Purdue (17-4, 5-3), which has split its last six games after a 14-1 start.
Despite missing its best player for much of Saturday afternoon, Notre Dame got 16 points each from Bonzie Colson and Steve Vasturia in a 76-49 win over Boston College.
On Saturday, Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell scored 17 points, had six more assists and led No. 25 Indiana to an 89-57 blowout over Northwestern, theHoosiers’ 12th consecutive victory.
After snapping the programs second longest winning streak in program history to No. 9 Bethel Tuesday night in South Bend, USF returns to the Hutzell Athletic Center and secure another Crossroads League win beating Goshen College 82-77.
Despite Bishop Luers Grad Brooke Ridley bringing in her second consecutive double-double racking up 21 points and 12 rebounds, USF could not seal the deal falling to Goshen College 68-71 Saturday at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
Marcellus Barksdale scored on a layup at the final buzzer to give IUPUI an 84-82 men’s college basketball Summit League victory at IPFW on Saturday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.