After taking a 4-0 lead in the first period, Fort Wayne collapsed and lost to the Florida Everblades on Sunday night, 6-4.
IPFW’s season comes to a close with a loss in the CIT Quarterfinals to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Dons finish 20-13 on the year.
Ramon Harris scored at the last second of a wild game to give the Grand Rapids Drive (23-24) a dramatic win over the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (28-20) on Saturday night at the DeltaPlex, winning 99-97.
The Komets honored legendary coach Al Sims by lifting a “504” banner to the rafters before Saturday night’s game against Cincinnati, then went out and beat the Cyclones 1-0.
The No. 24-ranked Indiana Tech baseball team completed the three-game sweep of Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) foe Marygrove on Saturday afternoon as they won the final game of the season series, 9-4, at Warrior Field.
North Side finishes the season 27-3 overall.
The North Side Legends are battling the Ben Davis Giants for the IHSAA 4A Boys’ Basketball State Championship.
Miller replaces Tom Crean, who was fired March 16 after missing the NCAA Tournament five times in nine seasons.
Since Indiana University fired Tom Crean earlier this month, there was speculation that Alford was the front-runner for the position.
The Tar Heels broke out of the gate early, building a double-digit lead and really weren’t threatened after halftime, although Butler did get within 10 at one point.
North Side tries to become legends of their own they go for the first FWCS boys basketball state title since Northrop in 1974.
Head coach Jon Coffman talked to WANE-TV about the match up following Friday’s practice at the Gates Center.
Swanigan led the Boilermakers to a 27-8 overall record, a berth in the Sweet 16 and Purdue’s 23rd Big Ten championship.
A six-year veteran, Jones was scheduled to cost the team $7.35 million next season. Indianapolis will save $5 million under the salary cap with the move.
Caleb Swanigan still had 18 points and seven boards for the No. 4 seed Boilermakers (27-8), but the 6-foot-9, 250-pound All-America candidate had to work for all of it.
Nick Craghead, Nick Doerhrman, Keana Price, A.J. Cambron, Billy Guerrero and Ben Yoss all put pen to paper on Thursday afternoon as the Northrop seniors signed to play college sports.
North Side’s Keion Brooks Jr. named to “Supreme 15” All-State underclassmen squad.
Donovan Clark welcomes a “fresh start” following a back injury ended his football career at IU. Now, he returns home to play baseball at IPFW.
The former football coach has spent 40 years in education.
students have been working on official NCAA Twitter accounts like @marchmadness, @ncaawbb and @FinalFour, curating and filtering content, responding to fans and operating social media tools for the NCAA and its broadcast partners.