By: Ashley Cox The IUSB women’s soccer team will no longer be competing for the rest of their fall season. As of right now the soccer team is still a team at IUSB, they will start their next season in fall 2020.”I think it is better for us in the end and it will make
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By: ILIA GLAZMAN Staff Writer The Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) Tigers women’s basketball team scored 42 points off of 39 forced turnovers thanks to the full court press as the IU South Bend Titans lost 105-76. Sammy Stejskal led the Tigers (12-8, 8-3 CCAC) with 21 points, while Jess Learned and Zanna Myers contributed with
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: NAKIA BOLDEN Staff Writer A women’s soccer team will be coming to IU South Bend as soon as Fall 2020. Bruce Watson, faculty athletics representative, said that a women’s soccer team will be added after a women’s tennis and golf program. The university and athletics program strive to have an even number of women
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend volleyball team traveled out to Palos Heights, Illinois, on Sept. 11, to face the Trinity Christian College Trolls. The Titans looked to continue the small momentum they had from their last win, in what has mostly been a disappointing season. The game got off to a
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org As the sun set on Richard “Dick” Pfeil Field on Tuesday, Sept. 11, the IU South Bend team was outside practicing. They were about halfway through their short, five-week long fall scrimmage season, which runs from Aug. 27 to Sept. 29. As they practiced, they were looking for redemption.
By AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend women’s volleyball team traveled to Sylvania, Ohio, on Saturday, August 25 taking on Lourdes University and Taylor University in a double header. The Titans got off to a bad start against the Lourdes University Gray Wolves with a service ace followed by
By AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend men’s golf team completed their final round of the Crosstown Classic on the August 25. This was their first tournament kicking off the season. The Titans went to Swan Lake Golf Resort in Plymouth to compete with Holy Cross and Bethel.