Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis and redshirt-freshman John Konchar/Chicago, Ill. each scored 22 points to lead IPFW to a thrilling 91-79 men’s college basketball Summit League home win past South Dakota State University Thursday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
Troy Williams scored 18 points, Robert Johnson had 13 and No. 22 Indiana beat Nebraska 80-64 to pull into a tie for the Big Ten lead.
Carroll topped the Summit City Panthers 5-2 on Wednesday night to clinch the Roy Chin Cup as the regular season high school hockey city champs.
Behind 23 points from Kamilah Carter, the IPFW women’s basketball team celebrated Homecoming week by taking down Oral Roberts 54-48, and exacting revenge for an earlier two-point loss.
A.J. Hammons had 18 points and 12 rebounds, and Johnny Hill added a season-high 15 points to help No. 17 Purdue get past Northwestern 71-61 on Tuesday night.
For the first time since the 1999-2000 season the Saint Francis men’s basketball team has clinched a share of the Crossroads League title thanks to a 81-70 win over Bethel Tuesday night at the Hutzell Center.
East Noble senior Jake Torrie will continue his football career at Franklin University after signing with the Grizzlies on Tuesday afternoon.
Notre Dame starting right guard Steve Elmer says he no longer wants to play football and he will skip his final year of eligibility and graduate in May a year early with a degree in economics to pursue his career.
IPFW will hosts its top challengers for the Summit League championship this week as South Dakota State and Omaha are both scheduled to visit the Hilliard Gates Center.
Hoosiers back in poll at no. 22, Irish no. 19 while Purdue moves up one spot to no. 17.
Darby Maggard led the Bruins with a career-high 26 points going 8-for-13 from three.
Arike Ogunbowale had 18 points, Brianna Turner scored 15 points and blocked six shots, and the Fighting Irish beat the 19th-ranked Hurricanes 90-69 on Sunday for their 17th straight win.
Denzel Valentine was calm on a court filled with relative chaos, taking shots when they were there and making passes when a teammate had a better look.
The Saint Francis football team held their end of the year banquet on Sunday afternoon at the Coyote Creek golf club.
Jackson kept the Fighting Irish in the game in the first half, Vasturia led the rally back from an 11-point deficit in the second and other Notre Dame players finally hit some key shots down the stretch in a 77-66 victory Saturday.
The Wolverines (19-7, 9-4 Big Ten) trailed by six points late in the second half after a stretch of 2-for-20 shooting. A funk like that is usually enough to sink Michigan against good opponents, but on this day it was Purdue (20-6, 8-5) that couldn’t score down the stretch.
Allyson Bunch scored a career-high 22 points, including tying a career-best six 3-pointers, but the IPFW women’s basketball team was unable to knock off Summit League co-leader South Dakota State, 92-64.
Tenacious defense and better 3-point shooting in the second half paved the way to a 68-61 University of Saint Francis win over Taylor University on Saturday afternoon at Hutzell Athletic Center.
Saturday the NAIA Top 25 No. 3 University of Saint Francis basketball team needed a spark and Hahn provided one with his sniper-like accuracy from 3-point range in a 74-60 Cougars’ win at Taylor University.
Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored a game-high 30 points, including seven three-point field goals, to lead IPFW to an 88-84 men’s college basketball Summit League home win past the University of Denver Saturday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne