By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend baseball team traveled out to Kokomo, Indiana, last Tuesday to play once again against IU Kokomo in a double header. The Titans took on the Cougars in February where they were swept all three games and gave up a combined 34 runs. The Titans looked for
By CASEY McDONALD Editor In Chief @casey_ace13 The beginning of the season for the IU South Bend baseball team was a rough one, quickly going 0-6 against IU Kokomo and Taylor University. But for their third series of the season, they traveled to Georgetown, Kentucky, in hopes of getting their first victory. A two
By CASEY McDONALD Editor-in-Chief @casey_ace13 IU South Bend Baseball welcomed new Head Coach Doug Buysse in the fall of 2017. Coach Buysse’s baseball background starts way back in his high school days, where he played at small town John Glenn high school. He then attended St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Ind, where he played for
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor In Chief @casey_ace13 A crosstown rivalry is sweet. The stands are filled, the gym is loud, and the court is intense. For IU South Bend, it was also about revenge. The women’s team started the afternoon off against the Holy Cross Saints from Notre Dame, Ind., their second match up with
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor In Chief @casey_ace13 Kyleigh Kubik helped lead the IU South Bend Women Titans to a victory, breaking their five game losing streak, for their first win of 2018. Going 70-percent from deep, the 5-foot-7 guard dropped a team-high 23 points. Paige Avery started things off by matching the Roosevelt three,
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend women’s basketball team went on the road last Wednesday to face the Olivet Nazarene University Tigers, who boasted an impressive 13-6 record overall. The Titans would try to break a three-game losing streak to the Tigers, who’s record in the conference was an impressive 10-0.
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor in Chief @casey_ace13 Senior Taylor Brooks, fresh off his 1,000 career milestone, scored 22 more as the Titans allowed the game to slip through their fingers in the last six minutes of play against Olivet Nazarene. The usual starting five of TJ Benner, Matt Bullinger, Jeremy Jones, Rashaan Jackson and Brooks
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer IU South Bend traveled all the way to Davenport, Iowa this past Saturday to take on the Saint Ambrose University Fighting Bees. After a hot start to the season, the Titans have been ice cold starting off the new year losing every game in the month of January. With that