The Saint Francis football team wrapped up the final day of their high school football camp on Thursday.
Gary played two seasons at IPFW.
Dallas Cowboys 2016 draftee and Fort Wayne native Jaylon Smith was at Parkview Field Monday where he signed autographs before the game and threw out the first pitch.
Golson was added to the practice roster of the CFL’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats today.
This is USF’s first SNCF mention since 2013 when the Cougars were ranked No. 7.
Last year Haas averaged 14.3 points per game, down from 14.6 minutes his freshman season. Even with the decreased playing time he increased his scoring averaging 9.4 points per game.
The highest CL honor caps off an amazing 2015-16 for Fox (Muncie, IN / Central H.S.), who already had NAIA First Team All-American, NAIA All-Championship Team, CL Player of the Year, CL All-Defensive Team, NAIA Division II Player of the Week (Feb. 15-20) and was CL Player of the Week three times, twice in 2015-16.
One of the best players to ever put on an IPFW basketball uniform is spending the week back at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center, speaking at Jon Coffman’s camp and working out with the Mastodons.
IPFW has upgraded and extended the contract for head men’s basketball coach Jon Coffman through 2021, announced Director of Athletics Kelley Hartley Hutton
Indiana and Purdue played only once last season with the Hoosiers winning in Bloomington.
Dugan previously served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Adrian College for one year.
Max Landis returned home to the Gates Center on Monday to help out with Jon Coffman’s camp
Prior to Friday’s session with the Bulls Landis previously worked out for the Pacers, Jazz, and Bucks.
Western Michigan’s Zach Terrell is the best quarterback in the Mid-American Conference – at least according to Athlon Sports.
IPFW baseball standout Greg Kaiser has been named to the 2016 ABCA/Rawlings All-Mideast Region First Team as voted by members of the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Notre Dame wide receiver Corey Robinson has decided to walk away from football because of the lingering effects of a concussion.
Former IPFW standout Max Landis will take his talents overseas as the sharpshooter has signed a deal to play for Crelan Okapi Aalstar in Belgium.
The talented righty tells WANE-TV he has opted to go the professional route, signing with with the Padres organization.
Caleb Swanigan is back at Purdue and will be part of one of the most fearsome frontcourts in college basketball next season.
The reigning Summit League Player of the Year, Landis will work out for the Chicago Bulls on Friday.