The IPFW men’s volleyball team was unable to stop the Ohio State offense as the top-seeded Buckeyes swept the Mastodons (18-25, 17-25, 17-25).
Luers grad Austin Mack had three catches for 22 yards in front of a record-breaking crowd at Ohio Stadium
Junior D.J. Knox added 58 yards on eight carries, but had to leave the game with an apparent knee injury in the second quarter.
Junior safety and Carroll graduate Drue Tranquill made his return to the gridiron after undergoing knee surgery last fall.
Indiana’s defense created three takeaways against its offense in the annual spring scrimmage and didn’t allow a touchdown until the Hoosiers started setting up red zone scenarios late in the practice.
In his lone season at Ranger Geist averaged 15.1 points on 45.6 percent shooting. He also registered 3.5 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapaport is reporting that the Luers grad is expected to sit out the 2016 season.
Luis Bertran and Andrew Sellan were First Team selections, while Alex Harthaller was named Honorable Mention despite missing half the season due to injury.
Senior Brandon Soat had a walk-off RBI single to left field with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift IPFW to a dramatic 1-0 non-league baseball win past Butler University of the BIG EAST Conference Wednesday afternoon at Mastodon Field in Fort Wayne.
South Side graduate Donovan Clark’s playing days at Indiana University have come to a close with the cornerback taking a medical hardship waiver head coach Kevin Wilson announced on Tuesday.
The extension pays an average of $1.1 billion per season, up from more than $770 million on average under the current contract.
Notre Dame’s V.J. Beachem announced Tuesday he will enter the NBA draft but won’t hire an agent, leaving open the possibility of returning for his senior season.
The Mastodons completed their historic and memorable campaign with a final record of 24-10, the second-most wins in school history, and only the sixth 20-win season in 43 years of competition in the sport.
The Cougars finished 11-1 overall last season.
Indiana University men’s basketball player Troy Williams will put his name in for this year’s NBA Draft but leaves open the possibility of returning for his final season of eligibility.
There hasn’t been a NFL player from Leo or that graduated from Taylor University since the 1980’s. 2011 Leo graduate Adam Sauder is hoping to change that this season as he pursues his dream of playing in the NFL.
On what was a very cold and windy day, the IPFW softball dropped its Summit League doubleheader to North Dakota State in a pair of 8-0 games.
Senior Brandon Soat had five hits, including a home run, and two RBIs, though IPFW was swept in a Summit League baseball road doubleheader at North Dakota State University Saturday at Newman Outdoor Field in Fargo, North Dakota.
The IPFW men’s volleyball team clinched its 32nd-consecutive MIVA (Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) Tournament berth, despite falling at No. 13 Lewis, 18-22, 22-25, 19-25. Kyle Fitzgerald led the ‘Dons, hitting .417 (5-0-12), adding four total blocks. Michael Keegan earned a team-high eight digs, followed by Tony Price and Luis Bertran, each with five.
Austin Panchot score the match winner for the Hoosiers in the 88th minute, while Trevor Swartz notched an assist. Phil Fives had two shots, getting one on goal for IU.