Austin Fox tallied 17 points and 17 rebounds to lead a second-half rally as top-seeded St. Francis came back from a halftime deficit to defeat eighth-seeded Marian 70-63 in the first round of the Crossroads League tournament on Thursday night at the Hutzell Center.
The fourth-seeded Indiana Tech women’s basketball team defeated fifth-seeded Cornerstone, 68-58, in the first round of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) Tournament on Thursday evening at the Schaefer Center.
Yogi Ferrell scored 27 points and No. 18 Indiana used a huge second half to rout Illinois 74-47 on Thursday night.
Kamilah Carter’s game-high 21 points and six 3-pointers were not enough to give the IPFW women’s basketball a win over league-leading South Dakota as the Mastodons fell 90-63.
#15 and third-seeded Indiana Tech defeated sixth-seeded Concordia, 72-64 on Wednesday evening at the Schaefer Center.
The NFL hopeful on Wednesday tweeted a video that showed him walking across a training room at AWP Sports Performance in Fort Wayne.
Peckinpaugh was named the conference’s Coach of the Year after guiding Tech to a 22-8 overall record and 17-5 mark in the WHAC, finishing third in the league in just his second season at the helm.
Brooke Ridley scored 32 points and became the second University of Saint Francis player to scored 2,000 or more points in a career. Unfortunately, her stellar Lady Cougar career is over on the court after Crossroads League Tournament No. 5-seed Spring Arbor stunned fourth-seeded USF 62-54 on Tuesday night at Hutzell Athletic Center.
After beating Purdue 77-73 on Saturday IU moves up to No. 18 in the latest AP Top 25 poll out on Monday. The Boilers move down to No.20 while Notre Dame.
University of Saint Francis senior Austin Fox and Head Coach Chad LaCross earned the top two honors in Crossroads League voting by CL coaches for post-season awards on Sunday.
IPFW redshirt-freshman men’s basketball guard John Konchar/Chicago, Ill. has been named The Summit League Player of the Week for his performance February 15-21. Konchar posted a double-double with 22 points and 12 rebounds during a 91-79 win against South Dakota State Feb. 18, and followed with his 11th collegiate double-double of 19 points and 14 rebounds in a 94-90 win against Omaha Feb. 20.
Ball State’s all-time leading passer, Mike Neu, is back at his alma mater to take over as the football team’s head coach.
Josie Fisher led the ‘Dons with 15 points off the bench. She also led the team with four assists and two steals. Rachel Rinehart led the way for IPFW with six rebounds and nabbed two steals.
Georges-Hunt scored on a short jumper with 2 seconds remaining, lifting Georgia Tech to a 63-62 win over No. 19 Notre Dame on Saturday night.
No. 22 Indiana realized that No. 17 Purdue could make things difficult Saturday night with 7-footers A.J. Hammons and Isaac Haas teaming inside with 6-9 power forward Caleb Swanigan. The trio of Boilermakers big men combined for 39 points, but the Hoosiers countered with a 20-3 advantage on points off turnovers and made 12 3-pointers to hold on for a 77-73 victory in Assembly Hall.
The Saint Francis Lady Cougars closed out the regular season with a 61-50 win over Indiana Wesleyan.
It is USF’s second outright title and third conference crown in the 52-year history of the men’s program.
With six digs against No. 8 Loyola Chicago, Luis Bertran of the IPFW men’s volleyball team broke the school career digs record, originally set by All-American Jay Golsteyn from 1986-89.
Junior DeAngelo Stewart/Detroit, Mich. scored a career-high 23 points to lead IPFW to a 94-90 men’s college basketball Summit League home win past Omaha Saturday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
Luis Bertran inched closer to the IPFW career digs record, earning 11 digs against the Flyers. Bertran is now one dig shy of tying All-American Jay Golsteyn’s 816 career digs mark, set from 1986-89.