By: Ashley Cox The IUSB women’s soccer team will no longer be competing for the rest of their fall season. As of right now the soccer team is still a team at IUSB, they will start their next season in fall 2020.”I think it is better for us in the end and it will make
By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer email@example.com Aimee Sinacola, native of Grand Rapids, MI. joins Indiana University South Bend Athletics as the new Director of Sports Information (SID). During her four year career as a Division I athlete at Liberty University, she studied business marketing while acting as a key player for the school’s women’s soccer
By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The IU South Bend Titans Baseball team held a draft day and press conference in the Student Activities Center on Friday, September 20, and signed the newest member of the 2020 team, 5-year old Thomas Kabelis of New Carlisle, Indiana. After signing his National Letter of Intent, Kabelis has
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer The IU South Bend women’s soccer team had their first-ever home game Saturday, September 14 at Newton Park. Bethel University women’s soccer team (3-5) won Saturday away against IU South Bend women’s soccer team (0-3). Despite the team falling 7-1 against Bethel University, it was a historical day in IU
By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer email@example.com IU South Bend is set to host the Fall Prospect Camp on Sunday, September 22 at Rex Weade Stadium at Harris Township Junior Baseball Association. For 9th-12th-grade high school players who are interested in being a prospective Titan, this camp will provide prospects the opportunity to show the current
By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org IU South Bend is welcoming a new addition to the athletic program this year, Women’s Soccer. The team kicked off their season on Saturday, August 24, against the Cougars at IU Kokomo. Although the season has already begun, the roster has not been finalized due to potential freshman prospects
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The Titans took on the Saint Xavier University Cougars in a thriller that came down to the last inning in a slug-fest. The Cougars scored in the bottom of the seventh on a walked ball, winning the game one 14-13. The Titans had 13 hits with the Cougars matching them.
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer email@example.com The IU South Bend Titans softball team continued its recent string of success with a doubleheader sweep of the Trinity International University Trojans softball team on Friday afternoon at Dick Pfeil Field at Veterans Memorial Park. The doubleheader sweep concluded the Titans’ recent stretch of 10 games in seven