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  • Big Ten winners and losers on Selection Sunday

    Big Ten winners and losers on Selection Sunday
    Couldn't Scott Barnes have lied? C'mon, Mr. NCAA Selection Committee Chairman. Did you really have to admit that Wisconsin would have been a No. 1 seed regardless of how the Big Ten tournament played out? OK, OK. We appreciate the honesty. And it's...
  • Area grads are difference makers for NCAA-bound teams

    Getting stoked for the Big Dance, are you? Chill, fellow couch potatoes. Take a deep breath. Before the next few weeks of emotional highs and lows unfold I'd like to remind you what a good year it was for Northwest Indiana talent. I would be derelict...
  • Valparaiso University splits again in softball

    It was another day, another split for Valparaiso University's softball team Saturday at the Rebel Spring Games in Kissimmee, Florida. The Crusaders lost 6-5 in eight innings to Albany before beating Niagara 4-2. Tarah McShane had a two-run double and...
  • Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 3/15 log (updated Sunday AM with matchups)

    6 a.m.    Golf: Tshwane Open final round (in Pretoria, South Africa).--Golf 9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee (d.).--MLB Net. 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News...
  • Six names to watch in DePaul's coaching search

     Six names to watch in DePaul's coaching search
    Oliver Purnell resigned as DePaul men's basketball coach Saturday. He was 54-105 overall and 15-65 in the Big East in five seasons. Here is a look at six possible candidates to replace him: Mark Aguirre The situation: The Westinghouse grad and...
  • Morgan Twp.'s Kylie Maxwell vaults to title

    Morgan Twp.'s Kylie Maxwell vaults to title
    It's one of the smallest details of the routine, but Morgan Twp. junior Kylee Maxwell said she'd been working a specific portion of her Yurchenko layout on vault. "I have to keep my body straight on that," Maxwell said, referring to the part of the...
  • Banged-up Valparaiso looks for healing before tourney

    Banged-up Valparaiso looks for healing before tourney
    VALPARAISO — Welcome to the Athletics-Recreation Center, home of Valparaiso University's walking wounded. Bryce Drew's Crusaders are hurtin' for certain, but can console themselves with a 28-5 record and their second automatic NCAA bid in three...
  • Women's mid-majors could be poised for breakthrough tourney

    Mid-major women's basketball programs historically have much less success in the NCAA Tournament than their counterparts on the men's side. Perhaps this is the year that changes. The latest Top 25 includes four mid-majors ranked 20th or higher: No. 13...
  • Green Bay recruited David Skara, but he picked Valparaiso

    VALPARAISO — Green Bay coach Brian Wardle recruited David Skara, but lost that battle to Valparaiso University. "We wanted Skara," he said Tuesday. "We had him on campus." It was a nice place to visit, but the 6-foot-8 freshman from Croatia...
  • Horizon League champion Valparaiso awaits NCAA tournament seed, destination

    VALPARAISO — The Horizon League championship celebrations were nowhere near concluding, and Valparaiso coach Bryce Drew was asked about his thoughts on where his team should be seeded in the NCAA tournament. "Our whole focus was on Cleveland State...
  • Railcats trade Craig Maddox to Atlantic League

    The RailCats have traded veteran catcher Craig Maddox to the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League for cash. Maddox was the longest tenured RailCat, having played in Gary since 2011. He batted .258 with six home runs and 40 RBI last season....