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  • Rick Costello to lead Purdue University Northwest athletic department

    Rick Costello sees a bright future for Purdue University Northwest athletics. A future that includes a program that "builds academic and athletic champions and creates spirit and pride" throughout northwest Indiana. He'll help shape that vision as the...
  • Marmion graduate Ted Lauzen competes for Team USA in modern pentathlon

    Marmion graduate Ted Lauzen competes for Team USA in modern pentathlon
    Ted Lauzen radiates with pride when he speaks of the privilege of representing his country. Lauzen has served for eight years as a Marine, including a six-month tour in Afghanistan in 2012 as a light attack helicopter pilot. Lauzen, a Marmion...
  • Bill Taylor aims to bring Carmel baseball back to power

    Bill Taylor aims to bring Carmel baseball back to power
    When new Carmel coach Bill Taylor talks about baseball, passion and confidence resonate in his voice. Maybe it's because he's spent the past 23 years as a pitching and assistant coach for the Corsairs, and is familiar with the program. Or perhaps it's...
  • Buffalo Grove girls basketball completes busy summer schedule

    Buffalo Grove girls basketball completes busy summer schedule
    Buffalo Grove girls basketball coach Steve Kolodziej tried to alter his summer schedule this year. He wanted to lighten the girls basketball team's workload after playing more than 30 games last summer. His seniors had other ideas. "All in all, we...
  • U.S. soccer breaks the ceiling with Women's World Cup win

    U.S. soccer breaks the ceiling with Women's World Cup win
    It was 16 years of frustration poured out in 16 minutes across stunned Japanese players strewn upon the Canadian turf, a storm of empowerment, a statement of self. With a blaze that cut through the final shadow-filled hours of the Fourth of July...
  • Boxing offers opportunity to pay respects to the fading Sports Arena

    Boxing offers opportunity to pay respects to the fading Sports Arena
    The fate of the 56-year-old Los Angeles Sports Arena has been sealed, but there remains time for a curtain call or two before the wrecking balls roll in. After the wrecking balls will come soccer balls. Two months ago, the Los Angeles Football Club,...
  • Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA

    Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA
    The Lakers are no longer the Lakers. The basketball world knows it, their front office needs to own it, and the Buss children need to start acting like it if they have any chance of becoming the Lakers again. The Lakers are no longer the Lakers, and...
  • After losing DeAndre Jordan, Clippers have a problem ... and it's them

    After losing DeAndre Jordan, Clippers have a problem ... and it's them
    This is worse than a blown 19-point lead. This is a blown season. The Clippers did more than fumble away a three-games-to-one lead in a playoff series. They lost one-third of their future. Just when their fans thought it couldn't get any worse, it...
  • Clippers play waiting game after making pitch to DeAndre Jordan

    Clippers play waiting game after making pitch to DeAndre Jordan
    Like the moment he collects a lob in his massive hands, it's all up to DeAndre Jordan now. The free-agent center heard a comprehensive pitch Thursday night from the Clippers, the last of four teams to woo one of the NBA's top defenders and rebounders...
  • Lakers don't have much hope of getting LaMarcus Aldridge

    Lakers don't have much hope of getting LaMarcus Aldridge
    The Lakers should be used to this by now, waiting around and hoping the free agent they craved would agree to terms with them. It's the third consecutive summer they've made a pitch — or pitches, in the case of LaMarcus Aldridge — in hopes...
  • Lakers fail to get LaMarcus Aldridge, deal for Roy Hibbert

    LaMarcus Aldridge agreed to contract terms with the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday, representing another off-season in which the Lakers failed to corral the players they wanted. It's become familiar now, the Lakers pitching to high-end players, waiting...