The IPFW eight-game win streak was snapped as the North Dakota State Bison topped the Mastodons 6-4 in the first of a three-game series at Newman Outdoor Field.
In the opener of a three-game series at Four Winds Field, Fort Wayne fell to South Bend, 11-5. Nick Torres homered and had an RBI-single for the TinCaps in the loss.
Indianapolis went on the defensive Friday night, using the first of two third-round picks on D’Joun Smith.
Coleman set Indiana’s record with 2,036 yards rushing in 2014.
In a battle of ECHL heavyweights the first knockdown goes to Toledo as the Walleye topped the Komets 4-1 Friday night in game one of the North Division Finals.
For the seventh year in a row in its current format Jason Baker’s Pro Football Mini Camp is teaching the game and life lessons to area middle school boys.
Last year with the Colts, Cribbs competed in six games and returned 19 punts for 125 yards and 19 kickoffs for 608 yards with a long return of 76 yards.
He’s the third player from last season’s roster to announce he would be leaving Indiana.
New Haven topped conference rival Carroll 5-2 at Bischoff Field in a key NHC contest to headline area play on the diamond Thursday night.
Behind six shutout innings from starter Thomas Dorminy and some timely hitting, the TinCaps defeated the Dayton Dragons, 5-2, in their series finale at Parkview Field.
The Colts have given Andrew Luck more help by selecting receiver Phillip Dorsett with the 29th overall pick in the NFL draft.
Jameis Winston is headed to Tampa Bay as the first overall selection and Marcus Mariota goes to Tennessee at No. 2.