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Horizon League

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  • Valparaiso University men's tennis earns 20th win

    Valparaiso University's men's tennis team clinched its first 20-win season in program history and wrapped up the No. 2 seed for the Horizon League Championship by beating host Youngstown State 6-1 on Sunday. VU (20-6, 4-2) had singles wins from...
  • Valparaiso baseball settles for split with UIC

    Illinois-Chicago kept host Valparaiso from gaining any ground in the Horizon League baseball race on Saturday, beating the Crusaders 4-1 in the nightcap at Emory Bauer Field to earn a split. VU, which won the opener 5-4, remained 2.5 games behind...
  • UIC continues dominance over Valparaiso's Dalton Lundeen

    VALPARAISO — Through the course of his Valparaiso career, junior Dalton Lundeen has experienced his fair share of successful starts while piling up league awards. However, Illinois-Chicago has become like kryptonite for the left-handed starter....
  • UIC hires Brendan Mullins as men's basketball assistant

    UIC hires Brendan Mullins as men's basketball assistant
    New Illinois-Chicago men’s basketball coach Steve McClain opted for some local flavor in his first hire. McClain named Downers Grove South graduate Brendan Mullins an assistant coach Friday, the school announced. Mullins had been on staff at...
  • Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay

    Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay
    Bradley hired Brian Wardle as its men's basketball head coach on March 27, five days after firing Geno Ford. The 35-year-old Willowbrook native is a 1997 graduate of Hinsdale Central and is the Red Devils' all-time leading scorer (1,632), while...
  • More has meant less for attendance at college basketball games

    More has meant less for attendance at college basketball games
    Various explanations have been offered for the decline in college basketball attendance for eight straight years, including lower scores because of an overemphasis on defense and half-court offense. Others think it's simply a matter of a saturated...
  • Valaparaiso baseball turns triple play in win

    Valparaiso University turned a triple play and went on to beat Oakland 15-7 on Sunday to complete a three-game Horizon League baseball sweep at Emory Bauer Field in Valparaiso. Oakland had runners at first and second with none out in the top of the...
  • Spencer Mahoney leads Valparaiso baseball past Oakland

    Spencer Mahoney homered and drove in three runs as Valparaiso University held off Oakland 8-7 Saturday in Horizon League baseball at Emory Bauer Field in Valparaiso. Mahoney, Nate Palace and Shea Molitor all went 2-for-5 for the Crusaders (12-17, 8-5),...
  • Nate Palace, Daniel Delaney lead Valparaiso baseball to win

    Nate Palace and Daniel Delaney drove in two runs each as Valparaiso University beat Oakland 9-3 Friday in the opener of a Horizon League baseball series at Emory Bauer Field in Valparaiso. Palace hit a solo homer and finished 1-for-2 with two runs...
  • Purdue Calumet baseball sweeps Judson

    Phil Madvek pitched a five-hitter in the opener and Anthony Spangler threw a two-hitter in the nightcap as Purdue Calumet swept Judson 5-1 and 1-0 Tuesday in Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference baseball at Hammond's Dowling Park. Anthony...
  • Notre dame shuts out Valparaiso baseball

    Five Notre Dame pitchers combined on a five-hitter as the Irish beat visiting Valparaiso University 6-0 on Wednesday. Nolan Lodden was 2-for-4 for VU (10-17). RailCats acquire two pitchers: The RailCats traded right-hander Stephen Bougher to Lake Erie...