The TinCaps won the finale of their three-game series at Four Winds Field, 6-3, on Sunday afternoon. The game was a pitcher’s duel for six innings before Fort Wayne prevailed in the final three frames.
Fort Wayne Native and Harding grad, Rod Smith reportedly signed with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent just after the end of the NFL Draft on Saturday
The Colts believe they found the missing pieces in this year’s NFL draft.
The IPFW baseball team jumped out to a 9-0 lead through the first five and a half innings of the game; however, the NDSU Bison fought back, tying the score at 10-10 after nine innings, and following a two-run top of the 12th inning for IPFW, the hosts scored three times in the bottom half of the inning to pick up the come-from-behind victory.
The Northeast Indiana Baseball Association inducted three people into the Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 2nd.
The Northrop Bruins hosted the Homestead Spartans for a Saturday Doubleheader.
The Carroll Chargers visited Snider on Saturday for a doubleheader, splitting the two game set at a game a piece.
Anything goes at tourney time and that’s exactly what the 2nd-seeded HU baseball team experienced Saturday afternoon in first round action of the Crossroads League Tournament as they were stung by 7th-seeded Bethel College 3-1.
Troy Schwab had a pair of goals and Neil Conway had 35 saves to lead the Walleye to a 5-2 win over Fort Wayne on Saturday night. Toledo leads the best of seven series 2-0 with game three coming Tuesday night in Fort Wayne.
A late lead slipped away from the TinCaps in a 5-4 loss at South Bend on Saturday night at Four Winds Field. With Fort Wayne up 4-2 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Yasiel Balaguert ripped a three-run double to right-center field that proved to be the game-winning hit.
Bishop Dwenger alum and Purdue defensive standout, Landon Feichter did not hear his name called at the 2015 NFL draft, but a shot at the big time is still a reality. The former Saint has been invited to the Cleveland Browns rookie camp.
Athletes earn their spot in the camp by participating in a different community service project every year.