By: CASEY McDONALD Editor in Chief @casey_ace13 Senior Taylor Brooks, fresh off his 1,000 career milestone, scored 22 more as the Titans allowed the game to slip through their fingers in the last six minutes of play against Olivet Nazarene. The usual starting five of TJ Benner, Matt Bullinger, Jeremy Jones, Rashaan Jackson and Brooks
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor-In-Chief @casey_ace13 What was a very close game all the way through somehow slipped through the fingertips of the IU South Bend Men’s Basketball Team as they took on the Fighting Saints of Saint Francis. Saint Francis would go on a 7-0 run against the Titans, before a jumper by Jeremy Jones
By: CASEY McDONALD Editor-In-Chief @casey_ace13 The men’s Basketball team was back in action after the tough loss the women had just 30 minutes prior as they took the courts for warm-ups against Cardinal Stritch. The Wolves were the first to score in the game, but it was senior Taylor Brooks with a jumper and block
By: CASEY McDONALD Sports Editor @casey_ace13 Coming off a three day rest from the holiday, the IU South Bend men’s basketball team rejoined and broke their four-game losing streak by taking on the Grey Wolves of Lourdes University. The first five minutes of the game were a back and forth effort for both teams.
By: CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 IU South Bend volleyball took to the courts against the Trolls of Trinity Christian as they battled to gain another win at home. The Titans started off strong, going out on an early 8-2 lead. It quickly seemed like IUSB was going to run away with it, with
By: CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 A leadoff, inside-the-park homerun in the bottom of the first sounds like a great way to initiate a new softball field. That’s exactly what IU South Bend did as the smell of freshly grilled hot dogs filled the air on a mid September day in South Bend, as
By: CASEY McDONALD @casey_ace13 IU South Bend volleyball took to the court on a chilly September night against the Fighting Saints of the University of St. Francis. The looming celebration of head coach Jamie Ashmore’s win number 100 with the Titans was on everyone’s minds. Going into this matchup, the Titans were 0-11 all time
By: CASEY McDONALD Staff Writer @casey_ace13 Crosstown rivalries are what schools live for in athletic competitions. Both teams have that pride of their city, but separated by sides is what brought Holy Cross and IU South Bend to the Student Activities Center to compete in this crosstown classic. The women’s team fought hard against the