Troy Williams scored 21 points and Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell finished with 16 points and nine assists Tuesday night, helping No. 25 Indiana blow out Illinois 103-69.
IPFW redshirt-senior men’s basketball guard Max Landis/Indianapolis (Perry Meridian) has been named The Summit League Player of the Week for his performance January 11-17.
Indiana (15-3) was No. 15 in the preseason Top 25 and then was ranked the first two weeks of the regular season before dropping out. The Hoosiers have won 10 straight after losing three of five. The losses were to Wake Forest and UNLV in the Maui Invitational and at Duke.
Freshman Caleb Swanigan had 12 points and 13 rebounds, and the Boilermakers held a 63-23 advantage on the boards in beating Rutgers 107-57 on Monday night, posting their biggest Big Ten Conference victory ever while handing the Scarlet Knights’ their worst home loss.
The third-ranked Irish used five straight layups early in the third quarter and turnovers by No. 18 Tennessee to turn a relatively close game into their sixth straight victory in this series, 79-66 Monday night.
Xavielle Brown is the American Midwest Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for the fourth time in the 2015-16 season, after 35 points per game in two wins last week, including a win over second-ranked Columbia College that could prove to be a résumé-builder for the Pirates (11-5, 9-2 AMC) as the 2015-16 season progresses.
University of Saint Francis senior Austin Fox has been named Crossroads League men’s Player of the Week after averaging 15.5 points and 12.0 rebounds and helping the fifth-ranked Cougars upset second-ranked Indiana Wesleyan University on Saturday.
Saint Francis aced one more final on Saturday, an 82-67 win over second-ranked Indiana Wesleyan University at Hutzell Athletic Center before more than 1,200 fans.
Landis set a new school Division I single-game scoring record with his 37 points, and it equals the fifth-best single-game total all-time, while his nine three-point field goals (9-12) equal the program’s Division I record that he also accomplished earlier this season against Austin Peay (12/12, 9-12 3FGs).
Colson scored a career-high 31 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and the Fighting Irish upset No. 9 Duke 95-91 on Saturday.
Indiana’s high-octane offense seemed to be hitting the snooze button for an early tip-off against lowly Minnesota, so Yogi Ferrell took matters into his own hands to keep the Hoosiers rolling.
Despite three student-athletes with double-digit kills, the IPFW men’s volleyball team fell, 3-0, to Harvard in a tough home match (25-27, 22-25, 21-25).
Tony Price earned his first career double-double, while setting new career highs with 17 kills (hitting .500), 11 digs, and six blocks to help lead the ‘Dons.
The University of Saint Francis has given Head Football Coach Kevin Donley a contract extension extending Donley’s future at USF through 2020.
Jensen was on former head coach Shannon Griffith’s staff from 2004-08 as a defensive line and linebackers coach.
George Marshall scored a career-high 28 points to lead South Dakota State University to a 92-76 men’s college basketball Summit League victory past IPFW on Thursday night at Frost Arena in Brookings, South Dakota.
Evans, and junior from Indianapolis, was putting up 16.9 points a game to go with a team-best 5.1 assists per night.
Brenton Scott hit six 3-pointers and scored 30 points, both career highs, and Indiana State came back from a 12-point deficit for the second straight game, beating Northern Iowa 74-60 on Wednesday.
Leo grad Taylor Seiss led the Indiana Tech women with 23 points in the victory.
Northrop graduate Quila Jackson led the Cougars with 20 points while Bishop Luers grad Brooke Ridley added 18 points and 13 rebounds.