By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer Titan athletics has been in full swing this Fall season with almost all of the athletic teams participating in games. The volleyball team is currently 14-3 overall, and 10-0 in conference. The softball team had two Fall double headers and won all four games. The women’s soccer team is currently 0-11
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer The IU South Bend men’s basketball team recently began their 2021-2022 season with a current record of 2-1 (as of Nov. 6). Before the start of the season, the team was ranked number one in the preseason coaches poll, followed by Olivet Nazarene and Saint Xavier. Following that poll, the Titans
By: Bayley Goodman Staff-Writer The Indiana University South Bend volleyball team prepares to host fifth ranked St. Ambrose on Tuesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. for the first round of the CCAC tournament. The Titans finished their season on a high note sweeping Roosevelt and Calumet St. Joseph last week to improve to 12-5 on
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer The Titans baseball team faced another conference team and came out with the sweep to bring them to a now, 5-3 record in the CCAC. The team faced Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) and won the first game 10-3 with sophomore Robbie Berger leading the team defensively on the mound
By: Bayley Goodman Staff-Writer IU South Bend men and women’s golf finished up two invitationals last week leaving them with only two left before preparing for the conference tournament. After the men’s placed ninth out of ten teams, senior player Nick Hayden was hopeful for the rest of the season saying they will be better
By: Bayley Goodman Staff-Writer Volleyball is on a hot streak improving their overall record to 10-5 after sweeping last year’s CCAC Champions and going on a five-game winning streak before falling to a top-ranked Olivet Nazarene. The Titans have won six of their 15 games without dropping a set to their opponent and have only
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