The 106th annual IHSAA boys basketball tournament starts March 1st with sectionals. Sectional championships will go down Saturday, March 5th.
Georges-Hunt scored on a short jumper with 2 seconds remaining, lifting Georgia Tech to a 63-62 win over No. 19 Notre Dame on Saturday night.
No. 22 Indiana realized that No. 17 Purdue could make things difficult Saturday night with 7-footers A.J. Hammons and Isaac Haas teaming inside with 6-9 power forward Caleb Swanigan. The trio of Boilermakers big men combined for 39 points, but the Hoosiers countered with a 20-3 advantage on points off turnovers and made 12 3-pointers to hold on for a 77-73 victory in Assembly Hall.
The Saint Francis Lady Cougars closed out the regular season with a 61-50 win over Indiana Wesleyan.
It is USF’s second outright title and third conference crown in the 52-year history of the men’s program.
With six digs against No. 8 Loyola Chicago, Luis Bertran of the IPFW men’s volleyball team broke the school career digs record, originally set by All-American Jay Golsteyn from 1986-89.
The Komets struck first as Jamie Schaafsma beat Walleye goaltender Jake Paterson with a slap shot at 8:06 of the first period. Shane Berschbach (18th) tied the score when rifled a Zach Nastasiuk pass into the back of the net at 10:31.
The 2016 wrestling state championship was held Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Ten sectional records were shattered at Saturday’s boys swim and dive sectional at South Side.
Junior DeAngelo Stewart/Detroit, Mich. scored a career-high 23 points to lead IPFW to a 94-90 men’s college basketball Summit League home win past Omaha Saturday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
Homestead’s quest to return to the girls basketball state championship was cut short Saturday night with the Spartans falling to Penn 50-45 in semi-state.
Luis Bertran inched closer to the IPFW career digs record, earning 11 digs against the Flyers. Bertran is now one dig shy of tying All-American Jay Golsteyn’s 816 career digs mark, set from 1986-89.
The Mad Ants began their three game road trip with a 135-117 loss to the Reno Bighorns on Friday night.
Homestead’s Jack Ferguson dropped 20 points, including five three-pointers, to lead the Spartans to a 60-57 win over Carroll for the SAC championship.
The Komets returned home from a four game road trip to a 5-2 win over the Toledo Walleye on Friday.
Tahj Curry drained a game-winning three pointer as time expired to earn Homestead a 60-57 win over rival Carroll and claim the Spartans the SAC championship in their first year in the conference.
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Snider’s Malik Williams, Leo’s Jeremy Davison, Heritage’s Walter Knapke, and Churubusco’s Dakota Barkley each led their teams to conference wins last Friday to earn Fill It Up All-Star honors for February 12.
Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis and redshirt-freshman John Konchar/Chicago, Ill. each scored 22 points to lead IPFW to a thrilling 91-79 men’s college basketball Summit League home win past South Dakota State University Thursday night at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center in Fort Wayne.
The Komets announced today that defenseman Cody Corbett and goaltender Spencer Martin have been reassigned from the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage to Fort Wayne.