By: Austin Parks Staff Writer The IU South Bend Titans took on the Holy Cross College Saints in a men’s basketball hometown classic. Despite a late rally by the Titans, the Saints won 84-79. The Saints capitalized on free throws in the final seconds that sealed their win. This game featured good efficient offense from
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer On Nov. 6, the IU South Bend Titans men’s basketball team played their best game of the season and it was a thriller. Playing the undefeated IU Northwest Redhawks, the Titans had a lot to prove. The Titans delivered in crunch time, beating the Redhawks 102-99. This broke a three
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The IU South Bend Women’s Basketball team traveled to IU Kokomo, in Kokomo, Indiana, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, for a non-conference matchup. Despite a halftime lead by the IU South Bend Titans, they would ultimately fall to the IU Kokomo Cougars by a final score of 59-75. After winning
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer email@example.com The IU South Bend Women’s Basketball team defeated Grace College at home on Wednesday, Oct. 24. The IU South Bend Titans defeated the Grace College Lancers by a final score of 77-58. The Titans started the first quarter of play by going on a 0-8 point run, which would
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer Last year the IU South Bend Men’s Basketball team struggled mightily in what became a frustrating season that featured the Titans going 12-18. Worse yet, after a disappointing season, four seniors have since graduated leaving a big hole in the roster. Three of those seniors graduated as a
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.