The No. 20th-ranked Indiana Tech men’s basketball team fall to top-ranked and crosstown rival Saint Francis, 87-68, on Saturday afternoon in a nonconference matchup at the Schaefer Center.
After enduring a series of coaching changes along with progressions and regressions over the past 25 years, the Hoosiers finally took a big step forward Saturday with a 26-24 come-from-behind victory over Purdue to claim their fourth consecutive Old Oaken Bucket and their second straight bowl trip.
Bryson Scott had a game-high 23 points on an efficient 8-of-10 performance from the floor. He also pitched in three steals
Zaria Atkins led the ‘Dons with a career-high 14 points on 5-of-7 shooting. KeShyra McCarver also finished in double figures with 12 points. De’Jour Young had a team-high seven rebounds to go along with eight points. Anna Lappenküper finished with a team-high three assists.
The playoff win also marked career win No. 300 for USF head coach Kevin Donley.
After picking up an emotional win over Kalamazoo Thursday the Komets fell to Central Division leader Toledo 7-1 at the Huntington Center.
Carsen Edwards broke out of his shooting slump with 21 points and No. 17 Purdue shot 17 of 26 from 3-point range to beat Auburn 96-71 on Wednesday night and capture the Cancun Challenge title.
Saint Francis is hosting in the quarterfinals for a second-consecutive season at noon on Saturday.
The Fort Wayne Mastodons trailed the No. 3 Indiana Hoosiers for just 90 seconds in their improbable 71-68 overtime win Tuesday night at Memorial Coliseum.
WANE-TV was the only station to have multiple cameras rolling on one of the biggest moments in Fort Wayne basketball history.
Click this story to see Indiana University head coach Tom Crean’s press conference following an overtime loss to the Fort Wayne Mastodons.
Click on the video tabs to see WANE’s interviews with the Fort Wayne Mastodons just seconds after the Dons upset the third-ranked Hoosiers on Tuesday night at War Memorial Coliseum.
Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott, John Konchar, and head coach Jon Coffman address the media after Fort Wayne’s 71-68 overtime win over the third-ranked Hoosiers.
The Mastodons (3-2), who made the move to Division I in 2001-02, had lost all nine previous games against ranked teams.
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Bonzie Colson had 22 points and 12 rebounds for his fifth career double-double and Notre Dame held off Colorado 89-83 on Monday night in the semifinals of the Legends Classic at Barclays Center.
Hear from Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott, Mo Evans, Brent Calhoun, and Jon Coffman as the Dons get ready to host Indiana.
Indiana University head coach Tom Crean will lead the third-ranked Hoosiers into the Coliseum on Tuesday night to face Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne native James Blackmon Jr. returns home to lead the Hoosiers against the Mastodons tomorrow.
The No. 3-ranked Indiana Hoosiers and Fort Wayne Mastodons play at 9 p.m. at the Memorial Coliseum as part of the Indiana Classic.