The Saint Francis Cougars hit the field on Sunday Afternoon for their annual Black and Blue game as they continue their offseason workouts.
Baseball returned to Fort Wayne on Sunday. And fans returned to Parkview Field in big numbers. A sell-out crowd of 7,090 came out to see the first TinCaps game of the season, a 4-3 loss in 10 innings to the Lansing Lugnuts.
Jordan Spieth got more than redemption and a green jacket Sunday. He took his place among the best in the game.
Jordan Spieth has already set Augusta National scoring records for 36 and 54 holes.
Thanks to Mother Nature, the University of Saint Francis gets right back on Cougar Field for a Crossroads League doubleheader with Goshen College on Sunday after the Cougars swept the Maple Leafs on Saturday 2-1 and 6-4.
The IPFW baseball team fell into a 9-0 hole and could not climb out, as the Mavericks totaled 17 hits in a 13-3 loss in the second game of a three-game series.
A crowd of 3,200 took advantage of the nice spring weather to watch Indiana post a 2-1 overtime victory over Notre Dame at the Shindigz National Soccer Festival spring match at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The Cincinnati Cyclones (31-30-2-9) had their playoff hopes cut just short as they fell to the Fort Wayne Komets (48-18-2-4) in a shootout by a 3-2 final score in front of 8,790 at Memorial Coliseum on Saturday night.
The defending D-Leageue Champions, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, eliminated the Maine Red Claws from the playoffs in 121-111 win on Saturday.
Due to a deep frost that is still thawing and creating excessive amounts of moisture beneath the playing surface at Dow Diamond, today’s series finale scheduled between the Great Lakes Loons and Fort Wayne TinCaps has been postponed.
Making a statement heading into the playoffs, the Kalamazoo Wings received a hat trick from Dane Fox and 35-save performance from Joel Martin to defeat the Fort Wayne Komets 6-0.
The Komets activated center Paul Crowder from injured reserve on Friday and placed defenseman Matt Krug on waivers.