By: Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer Nichole VanZant: Q: What’s your walk-up song? A: My hitting walk-up is Hypnotize by Biggie Smalls, and my pitching song is I Look Good by Chalie Boy. Q: What made you choose this song? A: I chose Hypnotize because I am a big fan of old school hip hop and
By: Bayley Goodman Staff Writer Indiana University South Bend men and women’s golf wrapped up their first invitational in Pinehurst, N.C. After a two-day invitational, the men finished 9th out of ten teams, and the women’s two players placed individually. Finishing the weekend out front for the men was junior, Collin Haines who shot an
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer IU South Bend softball has officially started their season but unfortunately has yet to bring home a win. They have played seven games so far and are still working to figure out what it is that they are missing. The Titans kicked off their season against IU Southeast on Feb.
By: Bayley Goodman Staff Writer A two-game regular season, 85 days of no practice or competitions, seeded last in the conference, and only two weeks to prepare for the conference tournament did not phase the IU South Bend men’s basketball team. They battled through a week of competitions knocking out the No. 2 seed, No.7
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer email@example.com Sports have always been a large popularity throughout the world and continues on through some students at IU South Bend. Major League Baseball is currently in their postseason and all remaining teams are working their way to the World Series. There are some teams battling it out in the Wild
By Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Sports have been a topic for debate in recent months across the world. This doesn’t change for IU South Bend either. With the cancellation of spring sports last semester, and the delay of fall and winter sports this semester, questions about the season are constantly arising. As of current situation
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer In late August, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes (NAII) gave each collegiate conference the freedom to decide how they wanted to proceed with fall sports. IU South Bend’s conference, the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC), had its president vote to move all fall sports to the spring semester, with
Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer From getting her senior season canceled in high school to now being a freshman in college and having her spring season be a question to all, Olivia Zarantonello, focuses on what is to come from what is happening now. Softball normally has a fall season where they compete against teams in