For the first time since 2008, the Wayne Trace Raiders are heading to the Division IV Final Four after taking down St. John’s 65-56 on Friday night in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger claimed runner-up honors in the team standings for the second year in a row and the ninth time overall with 110.925 points followed by Columbus North in third place with 110.100.
The Komets upended the visiting Missouri Mavericks 6-4 in the first of back-to-back home games against their former CHL rival. The Fort Wayne clinches home-ice advantage in the first round of the ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs with the victory Saturday night at the War Memorial Coliseum in front of 8,007.
The Homestead boys basketball is heading to the State Finals for the first time in school history, after taking down South Bend Riley 90-69 in Semi-State on Saturday.
For the second straight spring, Bishop Dwenger saw its postseason run come to an end at semi-state. The Saints lost to Griffith 61-55 Saturday at Huntington North.
The matchup pits one of the nation’s top offenses vs. one of the nation’s top defenses.
A history teacher has his weekend and summer job all lined up. Andrew Bigelow began his first full season as a Major League Soccer referee this weekend.
A former walk-on thwarted Valparaiso’s last shot attempt with a steal in the closing seconds to help Maryland hold off the determined Crusaders 65-62 on Friday.
After going 6-5 overall last season and missing the playoffs the Saint Francis football program hit the field with motivation on Friday afternoon as the Cougars held their first spring practice at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium.
The Hoosiers went down to the wire but came up short in Omaha, falling to Wichita State 81-76.
The event promises to showcase just about every possible sport in one weekend. Including some unique options such as Futsal, Bubble Soccer, Spikeball, and Human Foosball.
Check out the interactive NCAA bracket to see how you stack up and what games are coming up.