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
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor-In-Chief @casey_ace13 It was the first away game of the New Year as the Titans traveled to Joliet, Ill., for another conference match-up against the Fighting Saints of the University of Saint Francis. Freshman Taitlyn Trenshaw finished the night with a team-high 12 points and four steals off the bench, as she
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor-In-Chief @casey_ace13 What was a very close game all the way through somehow slipped through the fingertips of the IU South Bend Men’s Basketball Team as they took on the Fighting Saints of Saint Francis. Saint Francis would go on a 7-0 run against the Titans, before a jumper by Jeremy Jones
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor-In-Chief @casey_ace13 With a new year comes more IU South Bend Basketball as the women’s team opened up the first matchup of the year in our double header against Cardinal Stritch University. The Titans had a rough start to the game, but didn’t hesitate to push forward as sophomore Taylor Wesley led
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor-In-Chief @casey_ace13 The men’s Basketball team was back in action after the tough loss the women had just 30 minutes prior as they took the courts for warm-ups against Cardinal Stritch. The Wolves were the first to score in the game, but it was senior Taylor Brooks with a jumper and block
By: CASEY McDONALD Sports Editor @casey_ace13 Coming off a three day rest from the holiday, the IU South Bend men’s basketball team rejoined and broke their four-game losing streak by taking on the Grey Wolves of Lourdes University. The first five minutes of the game were a back and forth effort for both teams.
BY CASEY McDONALD Sports Editor @casey_ace13 The IU South Bend volleyball team ended their season last Tuesday night with a heart-wrenching loss against the wolves of Cardinal Stritch University in the opening round of the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. There was little separation in the opening set as neither team led by more
By: CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 The Titans left their last Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Crossover tournament for the season undefeated last weekend, after a two day battle with the other conference teams. IU South Bend had an entire week of rest before the tournament, so they were energized and ready to take on the