The Mastodons (12-14, 1-6 Summit League) and Jackrabbits (6-18, 3-4 Summit League) will play a doubleheader on Sunday, April 3 at 11 a.m. at Kokomo Municipal Stadium to complete the three-game league series.
IPFW and Omaha will play a doubleheader to wrap up their weekend series.
The No. 3/3 (NAIA/NWLL) Indiana Tech women’s lacrosse team team returned to its winning ways on Saturday afternoon as they defeated Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) foe Aquinas, 20-0, on a windy, snowy day at Warrior Athletic Field.
By snagging the Midwest Division title the Komets are guaranteed home-ice advantage in the first round of the 2016 Kelly Cup playoffs.
Snow didn’t stop TinCaps fans from attending the annual Parkview Field Open House
The TinCaps will begin the season with nine of the Padres’ Top 30 Prospects, according to MLB.com’s rankings.
Oklahoma meets Villanova and North Carolina faces Syracuse in the national semifinals at NRG Stadium on Saturday.
The Mad Ants came out on top Friday night against the Erie BayHawks 117-101 at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum behind a strong performance from CJ Fair.
A two-time NAIA all-American offensive lineman during his playing days at Saint Francis, James Bettcher has gone from Bishop D’Arcy Stadium to the sidelines of the NFL.
Pitcher Jarrod Parker recently underwent what the Oakland Athletics are calling “successful” surgery on his right elbow as the Norwell grad begins working his way back to the majors.
The three-game series between the Mastodons and Jackrabbits will now be played on Saturday and Sunday, April 2-3.
Coming off an 11-1 season and a trip to the NAIA Divisision II national semifinals the Saint Francis Cougars held their first spring practice on Friday afternoon at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium.
University spokesman Paul Browne says Notre Dame has never revoked an honorary degree and doesn’t plan to do so for Cosby alone.
After standout careers at Concordia High School and Purdue, Parker founded Maximum Sports Management 30 years ago in Roanoke and represented superstars such as Deion Sanders, Emmitt Smith and Fort Wayne’s own Rod Woodson.
George Washington won its first National Invitation Tournament championship, getting 18 points from Kevin Larsen and pulling away in the second half to beat Valparaiso 76-60 on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
Landis hit 12 three’s including one money ball to finish with 13 points, but it was not enough to move him to the semi-finals.
Quarterback Everett Goslon was back in South Bend on Thursday as the former Notre Dame standout looked to impress scouts at the Irish’s pro day.
“It’s just a matter of each and every day I work my butt off,” Smith told WANE-TV. “I look forward to each and every opportunity.”
Kendall Stephens has been granted his request to transfer from Purdue the school announced on Thursday.
The Komets announced today that they have singed defenseman Simon Denis to an amateur tryout agreement and added him to the roster.