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NBA’s Pelicans Assign Russ Smith To Mad Ants

Drafted out of the University of Louisville by Philadelphia with the 47th overall pick of the 2014 NBA Draft, Smith was acquired by New Orleans in a draft night trade.

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NBADL: Mad Ants Fall 110-106 At Maine

Thanks to their own “Big Three” from Boston, The Maine Red Claws, presented by Unum, snapped a two game losing streak and ran their home record to a perfect 3-0 on Thursday night, downing the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (3-5) in the Portland Expo Building, 110-106.

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‘Ants fall to Delaware, 124-115

Atlanta Hawks assignees Adriean Payne (19 points, 15 rebounds) and John Jenkins (14 points, five rebounds) shined, but the Mad Ants lost 124-115 to the Sevens on Friday. Glen Rice, Jr. added 14 points and nine assists.

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‘Ants pick up first win of season, 103-93 over Erie

Despite Seth Curry’s season high 27 points, the BayHawks fell for the first time this season to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants 103-93. Fort Wayne guard Andre Emmett went 10-14 to lead all scorers with 28 points.


IPFW’s McCarver Is Summit League Co-POTW

IPFW women’s basketball player KeShyra McCarver earned The Summit League’s Co-Player of the Week award along with Raeshel Contreras of South Dakota for their performances Nov. 14-16.


Watford, Maine Sink Mad Ants

Thanks to some help from the Boston Celtics, the Maine Red Claws improved to 2-0 on the season with a wild 81-80 win at Fort Wayne Sunday evening.


Mad Ants Drop Opener To Skyforce

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.

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Champ ‘Ants seeing more ticket sales

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.

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TinCaps Winters Named 1st Back-to-Back Turf Manager of the Year

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.