The Fort Wayne Mad Ants, presented by Lutheran Health Network, dropped a hard fought game to the Sioux Falls Skyforce 77-70 this Saturday night.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants open the 2014-2015 season Saturday night. This year the team will open the season with the name defending champs, and that title appears to have given the ‘Ants an increase in ticket sales.
Since the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) and Minor League Baseball (MiLB) first began honoring a Sports Turf Manager of the Year in 2004, no one had ever won the award in back-to-back years at the Single-A level. That is, until now.
Cleveland’s Corey Kluber won the AL Cy Young Award, edging Seattle’s Felix Hernandez.
Former Canterbury basketball standout Austin Hatch, who survived two plane crashes, made his college debut Monday night for the University of Michigan, scoring one point in an exhibition game against Wayne State.
The Cavs beat Evansville Mater Dei 1-0 for the state title on November 1, but had to postpone their pep rally due to a field trip by the junior class.
Only Chris Porter and Ramon Harris return off last year’s championship roster.
Bishop Dwenger graduate and Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert could miss the rest of the NFL season as he continues to rehab from a dislocated elbow.
The Mad Ants opened camp Tuesday morning in preparation for the 2014-15 NBA Development League season, and a flood of new faces will be suiting up for the defending champions.
Bishop Luers graduate Kevin Kiermaier is one of the top three right fielders in the American League – he just wasn’t number one in 2014.
Maddon was introduced Monday as Chicago’s fifth manager since the start of the 2010 season, replacing Rick Renteria, and given a $25 million, five-year contract.
Upon completion of the 2014 NBA D-League Draft today, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants have finalized their 2014-15 training camp roster.