Snyder batted .326 on the year, while recording 11 doubles, eight home runs, and 46 runs batted in.
The Bellmont High School product led Tech in hitting (.376), at-bats (205), games played and started (60-60), hits (77), doubles (22), triples (5), RBI’s (67), total bases (142), slugging percentage (.693) between the hot corner and behind the plate.
Purdue women’s basketball head coach Sharon Versyp received a six-year contract extension from athletics director Morgan Burke on Monday, securing her tenure with the Boilermakers through the 2021-22 season.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence appointed Quinn Buckner, the captain of IU’s undefeated 1976 NCAA championship team, to a three-year term on the board overseeing the university.
Xavier’s Andre Jernigan was announced as part of the Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I All-American baseball team on Monday, earning third team honors from Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.
Bob Williams, the starting quarterback when Notre Dame finished 10-0 and won the national championship in 1949, has died.
Landis is set to audition for the Milwaukee Bucks on June 14.
The Indiana Tech men’s outdoor track and field team capped off the 2015-16 season in style on Saturday at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium with their third outdoor championship in four years as they swept both the indoor and outdoor titles.
No. 3 IPFW dropped two games at No. 1 Oral Roberts University Saturday as the host Golden Eagles won the 2016 Summit League Baseball Championship at J.L. Johnson Stadium in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Thomas (Wayne H.S.) broke the 400-meter dash school record for her second race in a row while Black (Concordia H.S.) got things started and made it look easy by winning her heat of the event with a time of 57.01 seconds.
IPFW advances to the tournament championship for the second-straight year, and will play either No. 1 Oral Roberts or No. 4 South Dakota State on Saturday, May 28, at 2 p.m.
An Indianapolis native, Landis is set to work out for the Jazz June 1 in what will be his second session with an NBA team.
Third-seeded IPFW rallied for six runs in the top of the ninth inning for an 8-6 come-from-behind victory past second-seeded Omaha in the opening game of the 2016 Summit League Baseball Championship.
Troy Williams won’t be back in Bloomington for his senior season as the Indiana University forward announced he’s keeping his name in the NBA draft.
Xavier shortstop Andre Jernigan was voted unanimously as the BIG EAST Player of the Year on Wednesday.
The former Homestead standout officially worked out for seven NBA teams and competed in the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago.
Blackmon, a rising junior, missed the final 22 games last season after having knee surgery. He was a former Bishop Luers High School standout.
IPFW Greg Kaiser, Brandon Soat, and Trevor Storie were each named to the 2016 All-Summit League Baseball First Team.
The right-hander from Huntington North H.S. pitched 7.0 shutout innings during a 2-0 victory against Western Illinois May 20 for his team-best seventh win this season.
Eifert injured the ankle playing at the Pro Bowl in January. According to national reports the injury hasn’t healed according to plan.