Trine head coach Troy Abbs concluded the season with the best record ever for a first-year coach in team history.
Propelled by an offensive juggernaut display in the second half that saw them post 28 points, Manchester University concluded its 2015 campaign on a high note Saturday, Nov. 14.
Led by Brooke Ridely’s 25 points, the Saint Francis women’s basketball team topped IU East 88-65 on Saturday.
Nicole Rightnowar, Somer Johnson, and Madison Jaqua each earned a double-double, but it was not enough for the IPFW women’s volleyball team to send its seniors out with a victory as the Mastodons fell to South Dakota 3-2 (21-25, 23-25, 25-20, 34-32, 15-12) to end their season.
The Huntington Mens basketball team won the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament on Saturday with a 97-82 win over Bryan College.
Alec Peters scored a game-high 24 points to lead defending Horizon League Champion Valparaiso University past visiting IPFW, 78-64, in the season-opening men’s college basketball game Friday night at the Athletics-Recreation Center in Valparaiso
James Blackmon Jr. scored 17 points and Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell added 13, leading the new-look Hoosiers to an 88-49 victory over Eastern Illinois.
Swanigan had five points, six rebounds and a steal in 15 first-half minutes. He finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
The Forester men’s basketball cruised to an 82-38 win over Moody Bible Institute (IL) on opening night of the Ness Bros. Hall of Fame Tournament.
The IPFW women’s basketball team opened its regular season with an 82-62 victory over Trine in front of a crowd of over a thousand students from local elementary schools for the annual Kid’s Fitness Day.
Saint Francis can close out the regular season undefeated with win at Missouri Baptist University on Saturday in St. Louis.
USF senior Brooke Ridley (Bishop Luers H.S.) set a Hutzell Center record with 43 points – the second-highest single game total in program history – but it wasn’t enough in a 122-104 loss to Olivet Nazarene on Wednesday night.
Prosise is listed as the starter on the depth chart. Kelly said even if Prosise is ready to go, Adams’ performance against Pitt earned him some carries.
The IPFW women’s volleyball team opening its final home stand of the season with a 3-0 sweep over Western Illinois (25-19, 25-15, 25-19).
Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, and Notre Dame would be the four teams qualifying for college football’s playoff if it began today.
By the end of Indiana’s 73-62 win against Bellarmine, momentum seemingly switched hands at three significant times.
The Indiana Tech women’s basketball team battled tough, but came up short against ninth ranked Marian in their home opener, 75-56.
Perry Poindexter tallied 18 points and 18 rebounds to lead St. Francis over city rival Indiana Tech 72-55 at the Hutzell Center on Monday night.
J.T. Barrett is once again the starting quarterback for No. 2 Ohio State after returning from a one-game suspension.
Swanigan made his much-awaited debut by scoring 12 points with 11 rebounds and four assists in 25 minutes. Haas scored 18 points with eight rebounds, four blocks and three assists in 22 minutes, while going 7-of-11 from the field and 4-of-4 from the free throw line.