The Mad Ants don’t have much time to reflect on their weekend split with the Grand Rapids Drive. The team is back in action on Tuesday night with a game at Sioux Falls.
Everett Golson and Malik Zaire will both play quarterback when Notre Dame faces No. 22 LSU in the Music City Bowl, with coach Brian Kelly saying he believes they can both help the Irish against the nation’s best pass defense.
Fort Wayne native DeMarcus Beasley said Monday he has retired from international soccer with team USA.
A Leo High School graduate was among three IU track team members to receive Big Ten honors Monday.
The union believes an arbitrator’s decision was biased and overreaching, contrary to “fundamental principles of notice, fairness and consistency” and the essence of the CBA.
Andrew Luck threw two touchdown passes, Adam Vinatieri made a late field goal and Indianapolis’ defense shut down Houston’s offense Sunday in a 17-10 victory that clinched the AFC South and gave Wayne two franchise records.
Shane Berschbach scored 4:13 into overtime to lead Toledo to a 5-4 win Sunday evening in Fort Wayne. Toledo has an overall record of 17-4-1-1 on the season and is 9-2-0-0 on the road.
The Indiana Tech American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division 1 Ice Hockey team rallied from a first-period deficit and then for the second-consecutive day saved its best hockey for the final 40 minutes- this time out-scoring the opposition 5-2 in the final two periods- on their way to a 5-3 win over Western Michigan University Sunday afternoon at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
A pinpoint passer with wide-receiver speed, Mariota came into this season as the favorite to win the 80th Heisman.
A recap of high school basketball from across northeast Indiana.
After the Evansville IceMen, presented by Coors Light and the Fort Wayne Komets battled to a tie at the end of regulation, a Fort Wayne breakaway in sudden-death overtime produced the winning goal. A crowd of 6,324 fans watched as Shawn Szydlowski’s overtime strike gave the Komets a 2-1 win at the Ford Center. The IceMen (8-9-2-1, 19 points) picked up a point in the loss.
It was an offensive explosion Saturday night as the Fort Wayne Mad Ants redeemed last night’s buzzer beating dagger, as they defeated the Grand Rapids Drive 101-87 at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.