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  • Post-Tribune Local Roundup for Saturday, Feb. 21

    Valparaiso opened its final homestand of the season with high hopes after winning its last home game by double digits over Milwaukee. But Youngstown State and Heidi Schlegel were just too much for the Crusaders, rolling to an 87-69 Horizon League women's...
  • Valparaiso seniors celebrate night with a victory

    VALPARAISO — It might have been more difficult than anticipated. But Valparaiso won on Senior Night, remaining in position to play again at the Athletics-Recreation Center in the Horizon League Tournament. The Crusaders defeated Wright State 55-48...
  • Injury bug bites Valparaiso again in loss to Green Bay

    Undermanned Valparaiso University was no match for the Horizon League's top women's basketball team. The Crusaders lost senior Sharon Karungi with a broken nose in the first half Thursday night, forcing other players to log more minutes and play out...
  • Valpo's Keith Carter stays upbeat, on upswing in comeback

    VALPARAISO — When Keith Carter looked at his left foot and saw his big toe sticking sideways in his sock, he realized something was dramatically wrong. Still, he was hoping he'd be OK, with Valparaiso's medical personnel able to pop the...
  • Scouting Valparaiso vs. Green Bay women's basketball

    Valparaiso (6-17, 2-8) at Green Bay (20-4, 10-1) When: 7 p.m. Thursday Radio: WVUR-FM (95.1) Skinny: Green Bay coach Kevin Borseth comes into this game needing one victory to become the 51st coach in NCAA women's basketball history to reach 600 wins....
  • Valparaiso women's tennis a success in the classroom

    The match results may not show it, but Valparaiso women's tennis coach Traci Young has observed steady improvement from the program in recent seasons. The Crusaders finished last season 2-21, but did earn the first Horizon League victory in program...
  • Post-Tribune Local Roundup for Monday, Feb. 16

    Calumet College's Phillip Thompson qualified for the NAIA Indoor National Championships in the triple jump with a winning effort of 49 feet, 6.25 inches at the Chicagoland Championships on Saturday. The mark was a school record and personal best for...
  • Valparaiso rallies from halftime deficit to beat Milwaukee

    After a big win against Green Bay followed by a quick turnaround for a trip to streaking-at-home Milwaukee, Valparaiso was anticipating a challenging game on Sunday. And it was. But the Crusaders remained atop the Horizon League standings by pulling...
  • Valparaiso men's basketball has international flavor

    When it comes to basketball, fewer Division I programs have been more diverse than Valparaiso University over the years. Internationally speaking, the Crusaders have overcome the language barrier numerous times to pluck talent from other countries. It...
  • UIC falls to Cleveland State 67-59

    UIC falls to Cleveland State 67-59
    CLEVELAND (AP) — Anton Grady matched a career-high with six blocks, and added nine points with 13 rebounds to help Cleveland State beat Illinois-Chicago 67-59 on Sunday. Cleveland State (16-11, 10-3 Horizon League) bounced back after a one-point...
  • Valpo shifts focus from Green Bay to Milwaukee

    Valpo shifts focus from Green Bay to Milwaukee
    VALPARAISO — There was precious little time for Valparaiso to savor its victory over Green Bay. After securing the key result on Friday night at the Athletics-Recreation Center, the Crusaders already were shifting their attention toward their game...