The IPFW men and women both advanced in first round play on Friday at the Summit League Championships hosted by Fort Wayne.
Columbia City football standouts Braden Myer and Michael Simmons will be teammates on the college level as both signed with Trine University on Friday afternoon.
Norwell High School graduate Jarrod Parker took the next step in his return from a second Tommy John surgery on Thursday night as the righty made his 2015 debut with a rehab start in the California League.
The TinCaps lost, 3-2, in the rubber match of a three-game series against the Lansing Lugnuts at Cooley Law School Stadium on Thursday night.
The Mad Ants jumped out to a 20-point lead in the first quarter but could not hold on as Santa Cruz rallied in the second half to top Fort Wayne 119-115 in game one of the 2015 NBADL Finals.
IPFW sophomore Mayu Sato has been named the Summit League Player of the Year for the second consecutive season,
Ball State head football coach Pete Lembo and men’s basketball coach James Whitford headlined Thursday night’s Cardinal Coaches Caravan stop in Fort Wayne.
Mad Ants team president Jeff Potter joined WANE-TV live at 6 p.m. to preview game one of the NBADL Finals on Thursday night.
After taking a three games to none lead with a 3-1 victory in Kalamazoo on Wednesday night a number of Komets hit the ice Thursday for an optional skate.
The 6-foot-4 Fort Wayne native finished second on team in scoring last season with 15.7 points and was one of the Big Ten’s highest scoring freshmen.
Indiana Tech toppled St. Francis 18-2 and 18-4 in a doubleheader Wednesday night in Fort Wayne.
Andrew Sellan, Luis Bertran, Alex Harthaller, and Omar Rivera were each named to the Second Team All-MIVA Team, announced by the Association on Thursday.