The Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes’ victory in the NCAA’s championship football game.
Steve Forbes scored a game-high 21 points as the IPFW men’s basketball team picked up a 66-55 win on the road at the University of South Dakota.
The IPFW women’s basketball team scored the first points of the game and never looked back as the Mastodons snapped a three-game losing streak, defeating Omaha 70-59.
Kahleah Copper scored 21 points and No. 22 Rutgers beat Purdue 58-49 on Thursday.
The No. 4 Blue Devils had 13 offensive rebounds but they finished with just nine second-chance points, were 10 of 20 from the free-throw line, and didn’t make a shot from the floor in the final 4:30 as the No. 8 Irish rallied for a 77-73 victory on Wednesday night.
Fort Wayne native Rapheal Davis scored 19 points and Purdue’s stifling defense shut down No. 22 Indiana 83-67 on Wednesday night.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants have acquired Former Indiana Hoosier standout Will Sheehey. Sheehey, pending a physical, is scheduled to join the team tomorrow, January 29th, as they host the Iowa Energy at 7:00 p.m at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne.
New Haven graduate Kyle Sovine tallied 14 points as Saint Francis bested Taylor 80-70 on Tuesday night at the Hutzell Athletic Center.
On Monday, coach Tom Crean said that the 6-foot-7 forward will miss the rest of the season even though he continues to progress from a brain injury sustained Nov. 1.
The Hoosiers jumped one spot to no. 22 in this week’s AP poll after beating Maryland and losing to Ohio State.
Jerian Grant scored 25 points and blocked a last-second shot in overtime that helped the Fighting Irish beat North Carolina State 81-78 on Sunday night.
The Butler Bulldogs used an 18-2 run in the second half to pull away for a 77-57 blowout of the Pirates.