A late-game rally was not enough, as IPFW out-scored South Dakota State 3-0 over the final four and a half innings of the game; however, an early 7-0 hole proved to difficult to climb out of as the Jackrabbits top the Mastodons 7-3 in the opening round of the 2015 Summit League Tournament.
IPFW head coach Jon Coffman has announced the signing of Leo Edwards, a former Louisiana Tech student-athlete.
Kendall Whitman (first base), Greg Kaiser (shortstop), Brandon Soat (outfield), Shane Trevino (outfield), Brock Logan (designated hitter), and Evan Miller (starting pitcher) were among the 14 members of the All-League Second Team.
Golson said in a statement to Fox Sports on Tuesday he will spend his fifth year of eligibility with the Seminoles. Golson graduated from Notre Dame on Sunday.
Homestead’s Caleb Swanigan is taking his talents to West Lafeyette. After decommitting from Michigan State, Swanigan has made a verbal commitment to continue his basketball career at Purdue.
The indoor Big Ten Freshman of the Year made a strong case to earn the title for the outdoor season after winning the 400m hurdles.
Kentucky scored two runs with two outs in the top of the seventh inning to stun the Irish 4-3 and claim the South Bend Regional crown in front of an energized crowd at Melissa Cook Stadium.
A slow offensive start to the NCAA South Bend Regional for the University of Notre Dame softball team in its first game on Friday was an offensive anomaly from what has become normal, even expected, during the 2015 season. The Irish corrected and connected in a huge way facing elimination on Saturday, combining for 29 runs on 27 hits in only 10 innings to defeat Northwestern 14-5 and Ball State 15-4 at Melissa Cook Stadium.
He spent 14 seasons guiding the Cougars, winning the NAIA DII national title in 2014.
On the third and final day of competition, the IPFW women’s track and field team set an additional three records – in the 4×100-meter relay, the 1,600-meter run, and the 4×400-meter relay – with IPFW’s 16 points for the championships putting them in seventh place overall in the team competition.
The South Dakota State Jackrabbits jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first inning, and cruised the rest of the way in a 15-0 IPFW loss that came a day after the team clinched its berth into the 2015 Summit League Tournament.
A second inning Kendall Whitman (Huntington North H.S.) grand slam sent IPFW to a five-run advantage, one that they would not give up for the remainder of the game, as the Mastodons won their 26th game of the 2015 season – a new program wins mark.