Bryson Scott went over the 30-point plateau for the fifth time this season on Thursday (Dec. 28) in a 99-93 victory over Olivet at the Gates Sports Center.
Elijah Sindelar threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Mahoungou with 1:44 remaining and Purdue capped coach Jeff Brohm’s first season in dramatic style with a 38-35 victory over Arizona in the Foster Farms Bowl on Wednesday night.
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Kara Gerka scored 40 points – just five points shy of tying the school record – on Saturday in a win over IU-East, 91-82.
Fort Wayne finished as the runner-up of the New Orleans Shootout following an 85-76 loss to Conference USA member Louisiana Tech on Friday (Dec. 22) afternoon.
De’Jour Young earned her first double-double season, and fourth of her career, with a team-high 11 points and game and season-high 10 rebounds.
Josh Newkirk scored a season-high 20 points as Indiana bounced back from an ugly 20-point home loss three days ago with an 87-59 rout of visiting Tennessee Tech on Thursday.
Sophomore guard T.J. Gibbs scored 18 points and fellow guards Matt Farrell and Rex Pflueger had 17 each.
Carsen Edwards scored 26 points, P.J. Thompson finished with 17 and No. 16 Purdue cruised to a 97-48 victory over Tennessee State on Thursday night.
Four Mastodons finished in double-digits as Fort Wayne men’s basketball never trailed in a 75-64 victory over the Liberty Flames on Thursday (Dec. 21) afternoon at the New Orleans Shootout.
The Purdue women’s basketball team captured the 2017 Basketball Traveler’s Inc. Invitational title Wednesday, topping visiting Saint Mary’s College 70-60 at Mackey Arena.
The Indiana Tech women defeated Great Lakes Christian College 101-46 while the Tech men beat East-West University 118-72.
All-American Bonzie Colson had his 30th career double-double — a career-high 37 points with 11 rebounds — and Notre Dame held off Dartmouth 97-87 on Tuesday.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team dropped its final non-league home game of the season Tuesday night (Dec. 19) to Maryville 76-70.
For the second season in a row the Fort Wayne’s men’s basketball team has beaten in-state powerhouse Indiana as the Mastodons defeated the Hoosiers 92-72 Monday night at Assembly Hall.
The Fort Wayne Mastodons went to Bloomington Monday night and dominated the Indiana Hoosiers all night long before coming away with a 92-72 win.
Indiana University junior Juwan Morgan had a record 34-point, 11 rebound performance in helping IU to an 80-77 overtime win over Notre Dame in the Crossroads Classic on Saturday.
What did it look and sound like when USF brought home its second national title in as many years?
Tenth-ranked Indiana Tech bested visiting Wright State-Lake 117-60 behind an stellar offensive performance.
The Mastodons will face the Hoosiers at Assembly Hall on Monday night and they’d certainly settle for a repeat of last year’s match-up with the cream and crimson.