Komets bounce back with win over Fuel

Fort Wayne scored three goals in the first period as they beat Indy on Friday night, 6-4. The Komets at Fuel will square off again Saturday night, this time in Fort Wayne.

Lemon, Mad Ants swirl past Windy City

The Fort Wayne Mad Ants (13-10) defeated the Windy City Bulls (8-13), 114-108, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on Friday night in front of a crowd of 2,335.

Mastodons sweep Emmanuel in season opener

Thanks to a balanced attack by the Fort Wayne men’s volleyball team, the Mastodons took a 3-0 (25-13, 25-13, 25-20) sweep of the Emmanuel Lions on Friday (Jan. 5) on Arnie Ball Court.

Snider alum Bates III declares for NFL Draft

Snider alumni Jessie Bates III announced on Twitter that he is declaring for the NFL Draft. The Wake Forest safety – a redshirt sophomore – is forgoing his final two years to try to play professionally. 

Mastodons Unable to Overcome Tough First Half

Despite shooting 60 percent from the floor in the third quarter, the Fort Wayne women’s basketball team was unable to overcome a tough first half of shooting, as the Mastodons fell to Oral Roberts 73-48.

Artur Tyanulin to represent Komets at ECHL All-Star Classic

Forward Artur Tyanulin has been chosen to represent the Komets at the 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic to be hosted by the Indy Fuel on Monday, Jan. 15 at 1pm at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis, as announced Thursday by the ECHL.

Trine drops first game at new MTI Center

Two of the top teams in Division III met for the first of two “get-togethers” this season with round one going in favor of No. 5 nationally-ranked Hope (Mich.) College as the No. 9 ranked Trine University women’s basketball team fell to the Flying Dutch, 57-46, in the first game of the MTI Center era.

NBA’s youngest player back with Mad Ants

With a chiseled 6-foot-10 frame Ike Anigbogu looks like an NBA veteran, but at just 19 years old the Pacers rookie is just feeling his way through his first professional season.

Trine unveils new arena, MTI Center

The $13.3 million MTI Center features a 3,500-seat arena, a six-lane bowling alley for Trine’s new bowling teams and an esports arena.