Marshall Plumlee scored 14 of his career-best 18 points in the second half of the Blue Devils’ 91-75 victory over Wake Forest on Wednesday night.
Mo Evans scored a game-high 20 points to lead IPFW to an 85-65 victory over the University of South Dakota on Wednesday night to improve to 13-4 overall this season.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting Notre Dame linebacker and Fort Wayne native Jaylon Smith will have reconstructive knee surgery on Thursday.
Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell scored 19 points and O.G. Anunoby added 11 to lead Indiana past Wisconsin 59-58 on Tuesday.
Austin Appleby started the first three games for the Boilermakers this season before getting benched in favor of redshirt freshman David Blough.
In two contests, Xavielle Brown of Park University averaged 31.0 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.0 steals and shot 45.7 percent (16-of-35) from the field.
Fort Wayne native and former Bishop Luers standout James Blackmon Jr. will have surgery on his right knee for an injury suffered last Monday in practice and will likely miss the rest of the season.
Notre Dame sophomore safety Drue Tranquill surprised a class of second graders at Lincoln Elementary School on Monday, meeting with a group of students that sent him “Get Well” cards when he suffered a torn ACL back in September.
KeiVarae Russell, a senior who could have petitioned the NCAA for another year of eligibility, finished fourth on the team with 60 tackles despite missing the final two games with a broken right leg.
McGraw became the 10th coach to reach 800 victories and the sixth-fastest to accomplish the feat.
Will Fuller, a junior from Philadelphia, said on Twitter on Sunday he is joining running back C.J. Prosise in entering the NFL draft.
The Bengals matched the best record in franchise history — they also won 12 games during the 1981 and 1988 seasons when they reached the Super Bowl.
Demetrius Jackson led the Fighting Irish (9-4, 0-1) with 18 points. Steve Vasturia and Bonzie Colson each added 14, and Brey said he was thrilled to be finished with the Cavaliers, at least in the regular season.
Notre Dame running back C.J. Prosise, who led the Fighting Irish in rushing with 1,032 yards this season, has announced he will skip his final year of eligibility and enter the NFL draft.
Butler (11-3, 0-2 Big East) shook up its starting lineup after an 81-73 home loss to No. 12 Providence on Thursday, but the Bulldogs’ high-scoring offense couldn’t get much done against one of the league’s best defenses.
The Hoosiers were coming off a 79-72 win at Rutgers on Wednesday and playing their second game without 16-point scorer James Blackmon, who injured his right knee in practice Monday.
The Hawkeyes allowed only eight second-half baskets, forced 10 turnovers and rallied from a 17-point halftime deficit to rally for a 70-63 upset and Purdue’s first home loss of the season.
Nobody expected a first-half finish like the one the University of Francis unleashed on fourth-ranked Marian University on Saturday afternoon.
Junior Mo Evans/Indianapolis matched his career-high with a game-high 26 points to lead IPFW to a record-setting 126-95 men’s college basketball non-conference victory past NAIA Division II Purdue University North Central on Saturday night at the Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
Keanna Gary’s first career double-double was not enough to help the IPFW women’s basketball team overcome IUPUI as it opened Summit League play and ultimately fell 69-50 to the Jaguars at home.