Lowell product Jacki Fletcher is the ultimate student athlete.
Some baseball players have a day. Bishop Noll’s Kody Alayon is having a season.
VALPARAISO | The National Labor Relations Board delivered a decision last week that could dramatically alter the landscape for collegiate athletics across the country.
VALPARAISO | It would’ve been easy for Jessica Carr to just shut everything down and take a year away from basketball. The love the Valparaiso junior has for her teammates made that impossible.
After an outstanding prep and collegiate pitching career, Alex Lagesse is teaching her trade.
DETROIT | Lexus Williams did a little bit of everything for the Valparaiso men’s basketball team Wednesday night.
Valparaiso ended the nonconference portion of the schedule by displaying the same problem that has plagued the men's basketball team all season.
VALPARAISO | There was a bright spot in Valparaiso's 72-50 loss to visiting Western Michigan on Sunday at the Arc.
CHICAGO | Rayvonte Rice put on quite the show in his final tune-up before Big Ten play begins.
Originally a Valparaiso commit in 2009, Moussa Gueye changed his mind and went to Alabama. After two years with the Crimson Tide, the native of Senegal is now back with the Crusaders.
Moussa Gueye shoots over a defender in Valparaiso's exhibition game. The native of Senegal originally committed to the Crusaders in 2009 before deciding to go to Alabama, where he played two years.
VALPARAISO | Howard Little knew he wouldn’t see any of his former teammates when he returned to Valparaiso to watch an offseason workout in August.
Illinois-Chicago's Hayden Humes, a Valparaiso High School grad, left, is playing his final collegiate season.
VALPARAISO | Playing the role of co-pilot to former Valparaiso baseball coach Tracy Woodson for the last seven years, Brian Schmack couldn’t help but wonder what it would be like to run the show himself.
Lew Wallace grad Robert Gardner was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference’s men’s Track Athlete of the Year after he guided the University of Indianapolis to its fourth straight conference title.
VALPARAISO | The newest member of the Horizon League is an old Valparaiso rival.
VALPARAISO | The lights were out, doors were locked and all was quiet at the Athletics-Recreation Center on Wednesday afternoon.
Valparaiso's Bryce Drew talks with the media following his team's win in the Horizon League Championship Game, earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
Wright State's Billy Donlon talks with the media following his team's loss in the Horizon League Championship Game.
VALPARAISO | Get out your ink pen and place Valparaiso in your NCAA tournament bracket. The Crusaders will be dancing for the first time since 2004.
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