The fourth-ranked Indiana Tech women’s lacrosse team had five players named to the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference All-Conference team, three first team selections and a pair of honorable mention honorees. Tech also led all institutions with six All-Academic team members. The Warriors lost the WHAC championship game however, falling to No. 2 Davenport, 11-5 on Saturday at the DU Turf Field.
The University of Saint Francis baseball team took game one 2-0, but fell in game two 10-3 to split Saturday’s doubleheader with Mt. Vernon Nazarene
The IPFW baseball squad pounded out 10 hits and scored seven runs as the team completed a three-game sweep of the Western Illinois Leathernecks on Saturday afternoon at Mastodon Field.
It was a tough day for the IPFW softball team as it went up against the national leader in strikeouts from North Dakota State. The Mastodons dropped both games of the doubleheader to the Bison by scores of 18-0 and 10-0. The series finale between the two teams has been moved up due to rain in the forecast and will now be at 10:30 a.m.
After earning second-team All-Big Ten honors this past season, Purdue rising senior A.J. Hammons has announced that he will return to West Lafayette for the 2015-16 season.
The 15th-ranked IPFW men’s volleyball team was unable to mount a comeback as the Blue and White fell in straight sets at Grand Canyon on Friday night.
IPFW junior closer Jake Weber picked up a two-inning save in the opener – setting the program single-season record – and a win in the finale as the Mastodons took both ends of a doubleheader on Friday afternoon, winning the opener 5-2 and the finale 3-2.
Purdue starting pitcher Gavin Downs (Carroll High School) set the tone early as the Boilermakers topped IPFW 14-5 on Wednesday.
Despite scoring the first run of the game in the top of the first inning, the IPFW softball team dropped a non-league contest to Purdue 14-1.
On Saturday after their game against Western Illinois the IPFW baseball team will trade in their bats for hair clippers and shave their heads as a part of a fundraiser for pediatric cancer research.
The 6-6 Detroit native led his team in scoring (16.2 points per game) and rebounding (6.7 rebounds per game) from his guard position.
The IPFW baseball team used a three-run fifth inning with two more runs in the sixth to provide all of the scoring in its 5-0 win over the Saint Francis Cougars on Tuesday evening at Mastodon Field on the IPFW campus.