Tag: Scott Cooper

Titans men’s basketball wins in second half comeback

By: AUSTIN PARKS Sports Writer Proficient offense mixed with a stout defensive performance helped the Titans win in a comeback against the Trinity International University (TIU) Trojans at home. This game was originally scheduled on Jan. 30 but was pushed back due to inclement weather. “The win over TIU was one of the more complete

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Men’s basketball suffer second worst loss of season

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The Titans were blown out by 23 points, on the road, to the Roosevelt University Lakers in their second worst loss of the season in terms of margin of victory. “We were not very good on either end of the floor Wednesday night. Our focus wasn’t where it needed to

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Titans storm victory at home

By: SAM HOOVER Staff Writer The men’s Titan basketball team had a bounce back win against a strong Saint Ambrose team, winning 91-87 on Jan. 19, at home. This game began at a pretty slow pace where no one was really taking advantage of the slow start. However, towards the five-minute mark of the first

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Men’s basketball gives up late rally in loss to Tigers

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend Titans men’s basketball team led most of the game, but a late rally by the Olivet Nazarene University Tigers gave the Titans their thirteenth loss of the season. “We did not play our best game on Wednesday against Olivet Nazarene. They are a very talented and

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Titans hold off Cardinals in thrilling season opener

By: Austin Parks Staff Writer The IU South Bend men’s basketball team took on the Concordia University Cardinals at the Student Activities Center in their season opener. The IU South Bend Titans are coming off a disappointing last season going 12-18, with 16 of those losses coming from conference play. The Titans are debuting nine

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Men’s basketball coach’s first year was about learning

By: NEIL KING Staff Writer In Coach Scott Cooper’s first year coaching the men’s basketball team, there were many ups and downs on the court and a couple of personal tragedies that weighed on his team. The Titan’s finished 12-18, according to IU South Bend’s website. Still, when he talks about his first season at

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