By: CASEY McDONALD @casey_ace13 IU South Bend had a rough Wednesday night when even players from both teams shooting in the double digits couldn’t help the team tack on another tally to the win column. In the women’s game, the girls fought hard but it was Trinity Christian who came out on top. It was
By CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 Head Coach Steve Bruce and his Titans gave the fifteenth-ranked Purdue Northwest a run for their money when the two went head to head in Saturday’s afternoon IU South Bend double header. IUSB showed intensity when they pulled out with a lead 20-12 early in the game. The Titans
By: LOREN VUKOVITS Staff Writer @lovukovits Playing sports can benefit you in a lot of different ways. When your team needs you, you must become a leader. Working with the same group of people for hours each week, helps develop teamwork. Being put through tough circumstances and adversity builds perseverance. Not to mention the benefits
By: CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 It was a double header on a cold January afternoon when the IU South Bend Titans took on the Trojans of Trinity International University of Deerfield, Illinois. Entering the contest the men’s team was 11-12 overall and 5-9 in the CCAC, but they were hoping to give the 17th
By: CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 Crosstown rivalries are what schools live for in athletic competitions. Both teams have that pride of their city, but separated by sides is what brought Holy Cross and IU South Bend to the Student Activities Center to compete in this crosstown classic. The women’s team fought hard against the
By: Casey McDonald @casey_ace13 The new semester welcomed cold weather, icy roads and Titan basketball back to South Bend. But just like drivers on the icy bypass, the Titans struggled to gain traction as both teams went 1-5 in their first six games of the new year. The women’s team thought they were headed in
By: CASEY MCDONALD @casey_ace13 During break, students are usually relaxing with no homework, celebrating the holidays and enjoying the time off of school. But for one IU South Bend athlete, winter break was also time for some exciting news. Volleyball mid-hitter Ashley McClintock was named an All American on several occasions. The 5-foot 10-inch junior
By: CASEY MCDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 Spring is for a new semester, blooming flowers and ball fields. With week one in the books, students are now settling into their new classes with ease. As classes settle down, the gym gains momentum as IU South Bend’s spring sports continue conditioning and preparing for the upcoming schedule.