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  • Valparaiso men's golf in fourth at Horizon League tournament

    Valparaiso University's men's golf team is in fourth place after Friday's opening round of the Horizon League Championship in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. VU shot 306, 13 strokes behind first-place Cleveland State. Nick Seitz had the Crusaders' low round, a...
  • Valparaiso's Jeffrey Schorsch named Horizon League Men's Tennis Player of the Year

    Sophomore Jeffrey Schorsch became Valparaiso's first Horizon League Men's Tennis Player of the Year, the conference announced on Thursday. The last Crusader to be named a league's top oplayer was Nic Kooyers in the Mid-Continent Conference in 2006....
  • Valparaiso's Jeffrey Schorsch, Sarah Drozdowski earn Horizon League honors

    Valparaiso University athletes have picked up a pair of Horizon League weekly awards. Sophomore Jeffrey Schorsch is the Men's Tennis Player of the Week for the third time after going 2-0 at No. 1 singles and teaming with Charlie Emhardt to win twice...
  • Austin Etzler injury biggest setback for Valparaiso in spring football

    Austin Etzler injury biggest setback for Valparaiso in spring football
    Austin Etzler reported to spring camp in the best shape of his life, ready to take part in an open competition for playing time at the wide receiver position. The redshirt sophomore's plans were put on hold by a freak injury that occurred during a mid-...
  • Andrean's Jake Paliga already in quarterback mix for Valparaiso

    Andrean's Jake Paliga already in quarterback mix for Valparaiso
    Valparaiso University comes into next season with four returning quarterbacks, but none of them started last year. Scott Staal is VU's most experienced quarterback, but completed just 14-of-37 passes with three interceptions. Incoming Jake Paliga, who...
  • 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...
  • Quarterback issues remain Valparaiso's biggest question

    Who's going to be quarterbacking Valparaiso University's football program on Sept 3 when the Crusaders open at Eastern Kentucky? Good question, but don't expect an answer any time soon. Coach Dave Cecchini's active BMOC are Scott Staal, Ryan Clarke...
  • 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....
  • Spencer Mahoney steps up for Valparaiso with assists, triple play

    Spencer Mahoney steps up for Valparaiso with assists, triple play
    Spencer Mahoney entered the Valparaiso baseball history books in two separate ways in Sunday's 15-7 win over Oakland. One was expected, as the senior shortstop completed his climb past John Giusti as the program's all-time assists leader. Mahoney's...
  • 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...