With spring officially in the air, the IU South Bend softball team has hit the ground running for their season. The Titans traveled to Melbourne, Fla. during spring break to take part in 10 games during their trip.
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By: Kaylee Darnell Sports Editor The softball team recently took a week-long trip to Kissimmee, FL for their annual Spring trip. The team flew down to Orlando on Mar. 11, and returned back to South Bend on Mar. 19. During their trip they played 10 games across their seven day spree and came back home
By: Kaylee Darnell Sports Editor The men’s basketball team finished their regular season 25-6, 19-3 in conference and received their bid into their third straight National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) tournament. The team watched the live drawing on Mar 6 and waited for their name to be drawn to see who they would be
By: Kaylee Darnell Sports Editor Since the start of the men’s basketball season, they have been going up in the rankings and surpassing previous records and stats. The team was recently ranked at 25 in the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes) Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, and just climbed up to take the 22 spot.
By: Kaylee Darnell Sports Editor With the constant changing and variations of COVID-19, students of IUSB are becoming more accustomed to the everchanging mask policies and guidelines that the university is implementing. Along with students and faculty in the classroom, athletes of IUSB have to abide by even more rules in order to keep themselves
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: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer The IU South Bend women’s basketball team has officially started their 2021-2022 season and are currently 4-1 (as of Nov. 6). They were recently ranked at number four in the Preseason Coaches Poll. “I think it was a good starting spot for us. We only had the chance to play four
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer The Titans softball team had a weekend road trip where they played six games, but ultimately were defeated in all six. On Friday, April 16, they played Olivet Nazarene and lost the first game 1-9 and proceeded to lose the second one 1-9 as well. The Titans struggled to rally together