The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today that the Purdue Men’s Basketball team will compete in the 2015 Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament, held Nov. 21-22 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.
A five-run first inning gave the IPFW baseball team early momentum, as the Mastodons won their eighth straight game, the latest one by a 13-8 score against the Goshen Maple Leafs at Mastodon Field on Wednesday afternoon.
Kevin Kiermaier (Bishop Luers H.S.) put the Rays ahead with a two-run triple in the fourth against Michael Pineda.
South Side basketball standout Trae Masten will continue his career at Wheaton College as he signed with the Division III Thunder on Wednesday afternoon.
In front of Parkview Field’s second sell-out crowd of the season, the TinCaps lost to the Dayton Dragons, 9-1, on Wednesday afternoon.
He’s a three-time Super Bowl champion, a successful NASCAR team owner, and a best-selling author. This morning, the legendary Joe Gibbs spoke at War Memorial Coliseum about his diverse career in sports and his faith.
Blackhawk Christian High School senior Logan Choka signed to continue his golf career at Huntington University.
Jeff Gordon will finally get a chance to lead the Indianapolis 500 field across the yard of bricks.
In his second rehab start of the summer for the Oakland Athletics’ California League team Parker threw five innings on Tuesday night against Bakersfield, striking out seven.
Former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden was in the Summit City on Tuesday speaking at the Erin’s House for Grieving Children Common Bond Breakfast.
The TinCaps tallied 10 hits Tuesday night at Parkview Field, but lost to the Dayton Dragons, 9-1, in the opener of a three-game series.
Northrop’s Jordan Dickinson hit a solo home run in the fifth inning to help the Bruins defeat Concordia in a key SAC game at Jack Massucci Field on Tuesday night.
At Bellmont High School in Decatur last week the Braves threw back-to-back no-hitters.
University of Saint Francis football will play a 10-game schedule in 2015, the 18th season for the program, starting with a Sat., Sept. 5 game under the lights on the new surface at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium.
Fort Wayne Komet legend defenseman Lionel Repka passed away Monday night in Fort Wayne from liver cancer at age 80.
The National Football League is giving up its tax-exempt status, which Commissioner Roger Goodell called a “distraction.”
Buffalo Bills legend and Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly and his wife, Jill will be speaking at the Embassy Theatre on Monday and Tuesday night for “A Night of Hope” presented by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
After clinching their series win over Kalamazoo on Saturday night the Komets are playing the waiting game.
The team says the 6-foot, 240-pound Freeman signed his one-year offer Monday as the Colts began their second week of offseason workouts.
The Komets announced Monday their schedule for the 2015-2016 season.