Luis Bertran inched closer to the IPFW career digs record, earning 11 digs against the Flyers. Bertran is now one dig shy of tying All-American Jay Golsteyn’s 816 career digs mark, set from 1986-89.
The Mad Ants began their three game road trip with a 135-117 loss to the Reno Bighorns on Friday night.
Homestead’s Jack Ferguson dropped 20 points, including five three-pointers, to lead the Spartans to a 60-57 win over Carroll for the SAC championship.
The Komets returned home from a four game road trip to a 5-2 win over the Toledo Walleye on Friday.
Tahj Curry drained a game-winning three pointer as time expired to earn Homestead a 60-57 win over rival Carroll and claim the Spartans the SAC championship in their first year in the conference.
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Snider’s Malik Williams, Leo’s Jeremy Davison, Heritage’s Walter Knapke, and Churubusco’s Dakota Barkley each led their teams to conference wins last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for February 12.
Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis and redshirt-freshman John Konchar/Chicago, Ill. each scored 22 points to lead IPFW to a thrilling 91-79 men’s college basketball Summit League home win past South Dakota State University Thursday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
The Komets announced today that defenseman Cody Corbett and goaltender Spencer Martin have been reassigned from the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage to Fort Wayne.
Two former NHC rivals will meet in a winner-take-all SAC game Friday night in Aboite as Homestead hosts Carroll in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
They were on what appeared to be a collision course all season and Saturday night it will come to fruition – Homestead will square off with Penn for the 4A girls basketball semistate title.
Corunna native Jarrett Grube has gone from a small town to the big leagues – and after a brief stint in the majors the righty is looking to get back to bigs with the Cleveland Indians.
Carroll defensive back Blake Schumacher is staying close to home to play college football as the senior signed with St. Francis on Thursday.
Troy Williams scored 18 points, Robert Johnson had 13 and No. 22 Indiana beat Nebraska 80-64 to pull into a tie for the Big Ten lead.
Carroll topped the Summit City Panthers 5-2 on Wednesday night to clinch the Roy Chin Cup as the regular season high school hockey city champs.
Behind 23 points from Kamilah Carter, the IPFW women’s basketball team celebrated Homecoming week by taking down Oral Roberts 54-48, and exacting revenge for an earlier two-point loss.
Leo senior Dylan Barrow scored 26 points to hit the 1,000 point career milestone as the Lions bested visiting Bishop Dwenger 70-56 on Wednesday night.
From catching touchdown passes from Drew Brees to hitting the books; Saints WR Willie Snead is back at Ball State to finish his college career.
Luke Lashure and Saw Ingar will both stay in the Summit City to continue their athletic careers as Lashure signed to play baseball at Indiana Tech while Ingar inked with St. Francis soccer.
Soccer standout Trey Sorg will be heading to Holy Cross to continue his athletic career as the senior signed with the Saints on Wednesday morning.