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Titan’s late rally falls short

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

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Men’s basketball snap three game skid

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer On Nov. 6, the IU South Bend Titans men’s basketball team played their best game of the season and it was a thriller. Playing the undefeated IU Northwest Redhawks, the Titans had a lot to prove. The Titans delivered in crunch time, beating the Redhawks 102-99. This broke a three

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Women’s Soccer Team coming to IUSB

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

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Titans fall short to Eagles

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer A good outing from Norell Smith would not be enough to help the Titans overcome the Eagles. Smith led the Titans in scoring with 21 on 8 for 17 shooting. Other than Smith, it was a mixed bag from the Titans, with the next leading scorer being Myles Simmons with

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IUSB women’s basketball loses to IU Kokomo

By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer hefreese@iu.edu The IU South Bend Women’s Basketball team traveled to IU Kokomo, in Kokomo, Indiana, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, for a non-conference matchup. Despite a halftime lead by the IU South Bend Titans, they would ultimately fall to the IU Kokomo Cougars by a final score of 59-75. After winning

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Titan athletics to add teams due to new NAIA rule

By: NEIL KING Staff Writer A new rule is forcing IU South Bend’s athletic program to expand from three to at least six teams. The new rule, put into place by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), requires any college that participates in varsity sports to have at least six varsity sports. If a

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Lady Titans fall in tourney to Peregrines

By: NEIL KING  Staff Writer The IU South Bend women’s basketball team fell Friday night to Purdue University Calumet (PUC) in what ended up being a lopsided loss. This loss was the last game of the season for the lady Titans and came in the semifinal round of the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC). IU

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