Fort Wayne used a 17-2 hits advantage to defeat Cleary 12-1 on Tuesday (April 4) at Mastodon Field in a non-conference baseball contest.
Will he stay or will he go? That’s the question facing Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan – a question he plans to answer tomorrow morning.
The Concordia Lutheran boys track team dominated the small school Hoosier State Relays indoor track title and are your Optimum Performance Sports “Team of the Week.”
There’s a new “head Hoosier” down in Bloomington, and Indiana University basketball coach Archie Miller recently sat down with Newschannel 15 sports director Glenn Marini in the only one-on-one interview granted to a Fort Wayne station.
The Cowboys released Romo on Tuesday. CBS announced Tuesday that Romo will be paired with Jim Nantz on Thursday night and Sunday games next season.
Komets forward Trevor Cheek has been loaned to the Tucson Roadrunners of the AHL.
North Carolina now has six national titles.
The Komets swept all four games for week 25 to improve to 43-18-8 and 94 points and secure second place and home-ice advantage in the first round of the ECHL’s Central division semifinals.
Former Fort Wayne players like Torii Hunter pave the way for new talent to follow to the major leagues from the TinCaps.
Karissa McLaughin is staying in-state as she announced her commitment to Purdue on Twitter Monday morning.
With the ridiculous coast-to-coast goal, Fort Wayne caps their fourth win in five night with the 2-1 victory over Toledo.
The Tin Caps arrived in Fort Wayne Sunday afternoon to prepare for the upcoming baseball season.
Sierra Miranda hit her first career home run but it was not enough to power the Fort Wayne softball team past North Dakota State, as the Mastodons fell 7-2.
The Komets will face the Quad City Mallards in the first round of the 2017 ECHL Kelly Cup playoffs starting in Fort Wayne Friday, April 14.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants have advanced to the NBA D-League Basketball Playoffs after their win against Canton Saturday evening.
With Robbie Knievel on hand, it was a daredevil victory for the Komets as they beat the Fuel 5-4.
Despite a career night from Alex Dickmann, the Fort Wayne men’s volleyball fell to Quincy in five sets (21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 25-20, 15-11).
In the regular season finale for the Mad Ants and after the recent departure of forward Alex Poythress, Fort Wayne rallies to beat Canton, 111-108.
Huntington won the first game 4-3 and then plated six runs in the first inning of second game to win 13-2 and sweep Saint Francis.
IPFW loses 4-1 and 8-1 against North Dakota State in their Summit League opener on Saturday.