Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo and men’s basketball coach James Whitford headlined Thursday night’s Cardinal Coaches Caravan stop in Fort Wayne.
The 6-foot-4 Fort Wayne native finished second on team in scoring last season with 15.7 points and was one of the Big Ten’s highest scoring freshmen.
Indiana Tech toppled St. Francis 18-2 and 18-4 in a doubleheader Wednesday night in Fort Wayne.
Andrew Sellan, Luis Bertran, Alex Harthaller, and Omar Rivera were each named to the Second Team All-MIVA Team, announced by the Association on Thursday.
The IPFW Mastodon offense batted around in three separate innings, and erupted for 24 runs, tied for the most since the Mastodons scored 25 times in 1993, and picked up a 24-8 victory over Holy Cross (Ind.).
Indiana has suspended redshirt junior defensive lineman Ralph Green III following his arrest on a preliminary misdemeanor battery charge after allegedly slapping a 20-year-old woman in the face.
Good, MU’s 22nd head coach all-time, has seen prior success with the Black and Gold.
Alex Harthaller of the 15th-ranked (American Volleyball Coaches Association) IPFW men’s volleyball team was named to the Freshman All-America Team, according to Off the Block. The outside attacker earned 18 votes, tying him for fourth-most among all nominees.
The IPFW softball team wrapped up its series with North Dakota State as the Mastodons hosted its annual Pink Out game to raise funds for the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. In the game, IPFW fell to the Bison 13-0.
As a part of their spring schedule, the IPFW women’s soccer team hosted the Haiti U20 team for an international friendly Sunday afternoon.The Mastodons won the match 4-0.
Ramon Burgos set new career highs in both kills and total blocks, nabbing his second career double-double in 15th-ranked (American Volleyball Coaches Association) IPFW men’s volleyball team earned a come from behind five set win at Grand Canyon on Saturday night. The Mastodons went 23-25, 25-20, 22-25, 25-23, 18-16 to improve to finish the regular season 18-11, 8-8 (MIVA) while the Antelopes fell to 14-16, 5-11 (MIVA).
The fourth-ranked Indiana Tech women’s lacrosse team had five players named to the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference All-Conference team, three first team selections and a pair of honorable mention honorees. Tech also led all institutions with six All-Academic team members. The Warriors lost the WHAC championship game however, falling to No. 2 Davenport, 11-5 on Saturday at the DU Turf Field.