The San Diego Padres announced the Opening Day roster for the 2015 TinCaps on Sunday. The 25-man squad features 12 players who’ve previously worn a Fort Wayne uniform, including Josh VanMeter.
The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, defeated the Sioux Falls Skyforce 101-97 on Saturday, April 4th at the Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum to clinch a spot in the playoffs for the third straight year.
Parkview Field is expected to help light up downtown Fort Wayne the next few days. The ballpark is getting new light bulbs installed over the next few days and need to be left on to maximize their performance.
The Mad Ants kicked off the final weekend of the regular season with a 98-91 win over the Central Division champions, Sioux Falls on Friday night.
Arnie Ball, the long-time head coach of the Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) men’s volleyball team, was awarded the IPFW Chancellor’s Medal at his retirement celebration on Thursday.
He’s the reigning NBADL coach of the year, defending D-League champion, and head coach of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants – but what does a Conner Henry practice sound like?
Snider High School graduate and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Rod Woodson has collected plenty of memorabilia during his 30-plus years in the game of football. Later this month a good chunk of his personal collection will be up for auction.
With the final week of the NBA Development League’s regular season upon them the Fort Wayne Mad Ants are in position to clinch a playoff berth for the third consecutive season.
Norwell High School grad and former Colts quarterback Chandler Harnish is reuniting with Bruce Arians, as the Arizona Cardinals signed Harnish to a one-year contract on Tuesday.
Sophomore guard Bryson Scott has decided to transfer from the Purdue men’s basketball program and has been granted his release, head coach Matt Painter announced Tuesday morning.
Ray Farmer has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2015 regular season for sending text messages to the sideline during games last season.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants fell to the Los Angeles D-Fenders 108-106 Saturday night.
Legendary Notre Dame football coach and Trine trustee, Lou Holtz, spoke at Trine University Friday morning as a part of the university’s Distinguised Speaker Series.
The Wayne Trace Raiders will make their first trip back to Columbus since 2008, playing in the Division IV Final Four on Thursday.
Former Major League Baseball player and Maples native Harley Hisner passed away last Friday at the age of 88.
James Harden scored 19 of his 44 points in the fourth quarter, including 12 during a decisive 4-minute flurry that helped the Houston Rockets pull away for a 110-100 victory over the Pacers, who have lost six in a row.
A history teacher has his weekend and summer job all lined up. Andrew Bigelow began his first full season as a Major League Soccer referee this weekend.
For the eighth year in a row NFL veteran Jason Baker will be hosting his annual Pro Football Mini Camp Coaches Clinic at Wayne High School.
The Indiana Sports Festival will take center stage at the War Memorial Coliseum expo hall this Saturday and Sunday as Sport Wayne hosts Indiana’s largest interactive sports festival.
Mad Ants Director of Communications