By Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Sports have been a topic for debate in recent months across the world. This doesn’t change for IU South Bend either. With the cancellation of spring sports last semester, and the delay of fall and winter sports this semester, questions about the season are constantly arising. As of current situation
By Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer email@example.com For those of you who don’t know who I am, hey, my name’s Kaylee and I am a junior here at IU South Bend. I am majoring in Communication with a focus in Journalism and minoring in Personal Relations. I am also a member of the softball team and am
Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer From getting her senior season canceled in high school to now being a freshman in college and having her spring season be a question to all, Olivia Zarantonello, focuses on what is to come from what is happening now. Softball normally has a fall season where they compete against teams in
By: KAYLEE DARNELL Staff Columnist Friday (Day 1): Bus Ride There The seven to eight-hour bus ride to Lebanon, Tennessee consisted of lots of games, laughter and sleeping. We stopped about four hours into the trip to get lunch, where we stopped at subway and everyone was able to use an actual bathroom, not just
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The IU South Bend Titans softball team continued its recent string of success with a doubleheader sweep of the Trinity International University Trojans softball team on Friday afternoon at Dick Pfeil Field at Veterans Memorial Park. The doubleheader sweep concluded the Titans’ recent stretch of 10 games in seven
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer, Pitcher for the Titans softball team The Titans softball team went to Florida for a week-long softball trip over spring break. This trip was really fun and we played really well. March 9 8-1 against Grace College 13-2 against Carlow University On the first day of our spring trip, we
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer email@example.com As the melting snow lingers on the softball field and cold temperatures linger in the air following the most recent blast of cold air from the Polar Vortex, IU South Bend’s softball team is preparing for their first game on March 9. Their first game takes them to warmer
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.