Robert Morris University in Chicago is enjoying its finest season, thanks to plenty of region flavor.
Indiana Wesleyan pulled off a mild upset in men’s tennis Saturday night, as the No. 2 Knights knocked off top-seeded Marian University 5-1 in the Crossroads League Tournament Championship.
Thanks to the 1-2 punch of Andrean graduates Mike Gore and Steve Magura, the Wabash soccer team is making some noise with a 7-0-2 record.
Ashleigh Ellenwood has been Razor sharp.
It seems like yesterday Heather Boyan was a freshman and tearing it up at Western Kentucky University.
Thanks to Marty Pochop and Ryan Heuer, the Marian tennis team is off to a hot start.
Laquon Treadwell has picked up where he left off.
Louisiana State's Tori Bliss finished fifth in the women’s shot put, tossing it 53 feet, 1 inch to earn four points in Saturday’s final event at the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Lexington, Ky.
Calumet grad Juaneice “JJ” Jackson became Grace College’s all-time scoring leader Saturday night, pouring in 25 points as the Lady Lancers edged Taylor 73-72.
Turkey and football go hand in hand. Keep that in mind when you're channel surfing with a plate of food Thursday.
Griffith true freshman Austin Brown had four tackles and Homewood- Flossmoor product Denzel Wilkins added three as Wabash beat rival DePauw 38-21 Saturday in the annual Monon Bell Classic in front of close to 8,000 fans in Greencastle.
The University of Indianapolis football team proved to be road warriors Saturday, holding off host St. Joseph’s 27-24 in Rensselaer.
The good hands award might be in Aaron Knight’s future.
Kourtney Berry isn't a name dropper. But it’s his play, not his words doing it.
Hamden, Connecticut is a long way from the region, but Emma Ogden is feeling right at home at Quinnipiac University.
Boone Grove’s Trevor Spangenberg has three shutouts in goal and has helped the Missouri State Bears to a 4-2-1 start to the season.
Chris Rudenga proved he was a true scholar athletic at Grand Valley State University.
Sometimes change can be a good thing. Just ask Portage’s Tori Bliss.
Sometimes it’s hard to impress your coach. That hasn’t been the case with Andrean’s Katie Klyczek.
Indiana University has been on a roll. You could say Dustin DeMuth and Scott Donley have provided a lot of the butter.
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