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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.
GRIFFITH | Wasz up?
Howe about coaching?
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater did something no school in NCAA history has ever accomplished: win national titles in three sports in one season — football, men’s basketball and baseball.
Lowell product Jacki Fletcher is the ultimate student athlete.
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.
Some baseball players have a day. Bishop Noll’s Kody Alayon is having a season.
Indiana’s Dustin DeMuth takes care of business on and off the diamond.
Crown Point grad Jeff Limbaugh had quite the week.
Keep an eye on IU.
Derek De St. Jean was a man among boys on Saturday.
Ball State softball is in good hands, thanks to some region flavor.
Chesterton’s Kyle Whitaker capped off an impressive career for the University of Michigan on Saturday, earning All-America honors in three events to lead the Wolverines to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships.
For some, it’s March Sadness. For Jason Tsirtsis, it was March Madness — to another dimension.
He wasn’t a gold digger, but Angel Escobedo still came up with a medal.
It’s been quite the freshman season for Kaitlyn Moricz.
Angel Escobedo knows the clock is ticking.
REGION COLLEGIANS: C.P.’s Raspopovich helps Akron make waves; Hanover’s Howe loses first match of the season
Akron is back, thanks to Hannah Raspopovich.
It’s Casey with a “C,” but looking back now maybe her parents should have used a “K.”
GRIFFITH | Griffith’s Chad Noldin wasn’t holding back.
Basketball isn’t all about scoring. Just ask Karisma Chapman.
It’s a long way to New York City, but Isaiah Thomas and Kaitlyn Moricz are ‘jumping’ at the opportunity.
GRIFFITH | Courtney Bell is tired of the Griffith-is-so-young talk.
Morton grad Vasha Davis is taking advantage from the charity stripe.
Ebony Stallworth is throwing out all the records.
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.
Jordan Peterson gives us hope that spring is right around the corner.
Call him humble. Call him a team-first guy. You can also call him a scoring machine.
Lake Central grad Mike Miklusak is a little too young to be punching the clock and taking his lunch pail to work, but that’s exactly what the blue-collar player is doing at Western Illinois.
The only thing Brad Karp is missing these days is butter. The former Valparaiso High standout is on a roll at St. Xavier University.
The holiday season is about family. Looks like Hobart’s Ryan and Kelly McGuire got the memo.
REGION COLLEGIANS: Raspopovich making a splash at Akron, L.C. grad has nation’s top 800-meter indoor time
Akron’s Hannah Raspopovich has been named the Mid-American Conference swimmer of the week after a stellar performance in the Zippy Invitational.
Jason Tsirtsis is taken off where he left off at Crown Point.
MUNSTER | Let’s just say on a freezing Saturday afternoon, Munster enjoyed a cup of Joe.
The University of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne) football team had its season come to an end Saturday in a 28-14 loss to the University of Cumberlands in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
GARY | It was home, sweet home for Holy Cross junior Alajowon Edwards on Saturday afternoon.
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.
It’s funny how things work out sometimes. Bob Bartolomeo was a “hockey guy” back in the day. That was his first love and passion growing up in Gary on Seventh Avenue and Ohio Street.
Jeff Barker wasn’t looking to come home, but is sure glad he did.
Ashleigh Ellenwood brought Arkansas women's soccer to new heights this season.
Daniel Bedoy is blue collar to the bone. That’s why he’ll fit in perfectly coaching wrestling at blue-collar Griffith.
The University of Indianapolis football team proved to be road warriors Saturday, holding off host St. Joseph’s 27-24 in Rensselaer.
HIGHLAND | It was a tale of two halves Friday night.
Mention Northwest Indiana to Wabash coach Erik Raeburn and he might invite himself over for dinner.
The good hands award might be in Aaron Knight’s future.
GRIFFITH | It was a regular season to forget at Griffith.
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