Nothing like a 14-0 start to put University of Saint Francis coaches and fans fears to rest. That’s what eighth-ranked USF did on Saturday against Taylor University and the Cougars won 95-82 at Hutzell Athletic Center.
Notre Dame coaching legend Lou Holtz visited the Summit City on Saturday, signing autographs at Playball Ink.
Relax A.J. McCarron. No worries Fitzgerald Toussaint. It’s only the biggest game of your life.
The Carroll Chargers continued to shine in the SAC with a 59-41 win over Bishop Dwenger in our Highlight Zone Game of the Week
In Ryan “Rock” Perrotte’s first match as the IPFW men’s volleyball head coach, the Mastodons swept Alderson Broaddus in three sets as they opened up their 2016 season at home (25-22, 25-18, 25-22).
Joe Perry’s hat trick propelled the Fort Wayne Komets (18-10-2) to a 7-4 victory over the host Quad City Mallards (16-15-3) Friday night.
Leo’s Abbie Heischman and Homestead’s Tahj Curry lead their respective team to victory in different fashion on Friday night to earn this week’s “Fill It Up All-Stars” accolades.
Click here for the latest prep basketball scores from Friday, January 8.
As a senior with the Purdue Boilermakers, Woodson was a consensus All-American and runner-up for the Jim Thorpe Award.
After two weeks off for the holidays the Highlight Zone returns to the WANE-TV airwaves Friday night and that means new winners for the “Fill It Up All-Stars” brought to you by Phil’s One Stop and Marathon.
Carroll and Bishop Dwenger will meet on the basketball court for the first time as SAC foes in Friday night’s Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
Warsaw High School grad Nic Moore scored 14 points, including two 3-pointers in the game-ending 11-2 run.
After a stellar third quarter comeback, the IPFW women’s basketball team was unable to hold off Western Illinois as they fell 78-74 to the Leathernecks.
Rob Chudzinski spent the last two seasons with the Colts, most recently as associate head coach this season.
A.J. Hammons scored 17 points and had four blocks while Rapheal Davis added 16 points Thursday to lead No. 20 Purdue past Michigan 87-70.
Demetrius Jackson scored eight of his 17 points during a 21-4 key run in the first half that carried Notre Dame to an 82-54 win over Boston College on Thursday night.
C.J. Fair finished with a team-high 19 points on 9-of-14 (64 percent) shooting off the bench for Fort Wayne while Indiana Pacers assignee’ Shayne Whittington had 12-point, 10-rebound double-double.
Jacob Hill will play at Purdue University-Calumet while Luke Unger will suit up at Huntington University.
First-year head coach Ryan “Rock” Perrotte and the 2016 Mastodons open their season on January 8, when the Blue and White face first-year program Alderson Broaddus.
The former Baltimore Ravens assistant coached linebackers the past four years and outside linebackers in 2010 and 2011, when Pagano also was part of that staff.