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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.
Whiting’s Mel Dumezich was honored with a Distinguished Lettermen’s Award at the Texas A&M CHAMPS Banquet this past week.
Merrillville football coach Zac Wells was inducted into the St. Joseph’s College Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.
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.
Michigan is back where it started, thanks to Chesterton’s Kyle Whitaker.
There’s lights out. Then there’s Adam Norton. Both have been hand-in-hand in South Bend.
Call it one last dip for Lowell’s Bridgette Ruehl.
Jerel Flournoy and Robert Gardner ended the indoor track season with a bang this weekend.
Whiting’s Mel Dumezich has done just about everything during a brilliant prep and college career. The Texas A&M senior recently added another special honor to her loaded awards collection.
Taylor University’s Porter County combo of Nate Kasper and Tommy Peller has been quite the Batman and Robin duo this season.
Cedric Ridle Jr. has been quite the entertainer in the state capital of Missouri.
Talk about a productive week for Josh Hogan.
GRIFFITH | Sammi Adams knew it was her last game at Griffith. To say she was a bit fired up would be an understatement.
In case you missed it, Matthew McLaughlin didn’t.
It didn’t take long for Tony Hollingsworth to break onto the scene at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
EAST CHICAGO | Adam Garcia couldn’t hide the excitement.
CROWN POINT | How focused is Crown Point senior Dustin Schurg?
The LSU women’s track and field team is coming off an impressive 2012 campaign.
Jordan Brink knows all about being in the zone.
Purdue’s football season might have ended ugly in a 58-14 loss to Oklahoma State in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, but it looks to be a pretty future for Kawann Short.
Call it a December to remember for St. Xavier’s Brad Karp.
A bowl game is a bowl game even if it’s not on national TV or grabbing headlines.
Being second-best might not be bad news for Indiana State’s Sean Manaea.
Guess you could say Kara Gulvas "saved" her best for last.
Mike Josifovski remembers the story quite well. He’d just finished his second unmemorable year at Harper College, a two-year school.
Call it a sister act at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne.
Sam Ficken has seen the highs and lows of college football.
It was a productive first year of college for Sarah Jonas.
Keith Thomas is a glass-half-full-kind of guy. He’s the kind of person who always looks at the positives, even when you have to dig really deep.
You’d expect Colin Gallagher to be wearing a leather helmet with no facemask on Saturday afternoons.
Going into the stretch run of the season – and a week before the NCAA Regional — Jon Caffarelli has put it into another gear at Manchester University.
Crown Point sure is a long way from Tiffin, Ohio, but you can say Nate Hasse is right at home at Division-III Heidelberg University.
Kurt Monix did whatever was asked of him during his days at Lowell.
MUNSTER | The alarm clock kept ringing. Thank goodness Merrillville woke up just in time to smack the heck out of the snooze bar.
Coming off the bench wasn’t something Heather Boyan was accustomed to, but the Munster grad knows it was the best thing that could have happened to her college volleyball career at Western Kentucky University.
ST. JOHN | The final score was 35-21 Lake Central over Valparaiso.
Justin Juarez is a big reason why the University St. Francis (Fort Wayne) jumped into the NAIA top 10 this past week.
GRIFFITH | It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.
MUNSTER | The message didn’t come in a bottle. It came with a racket.
MUNSTER | You might be able to pin a tail on a donkey, but never a Mustang.
Ted Karras must be good at math. He keeps putting up winning digits at Marian University.
GRIFFITH | Austin Brown was golden Friday night.
Forget about a diamond in the rough. How about a diamond in goal?
MERRILLVILLE | Matt DeSomer must have had Burger King for dinner Friday night.
Sam Ficken stayed in his apartment trying to forget, but in this day and age, you can’t hide from the media, especially the social media.
Kyle Kovach has a lot in common with the Energizer Bunny.
MUNSTER | Seth Gutwein might have to ask his parents about the band, “The Eagles,” but the Munster sophomore is making a hit out of the “New Kid in Town” once again.
It's only fitting that Alex Tsirtsis and Angel Escobedo are back in the headlines together.
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