Renovation of Tower Park is getting a jump start with a lead gift from Managed Health Systems and Purdue Cardinal Community Hoops to renovate a signature basketball court in the park at Franklin Street and Evans Avenue. The Valpo Parks Department and the Valpo Parks Foundation are proud to announce that the gift is the first in a series of public private partnerships that will begin to be announced in the coming weeks.
The Duneland Athletic Conference has named their 2016 All-Conference team this week, with the 1st-placed Lake Central Indians leading the way with four players honored, two of whom were named the conference's Most Valuable Player.
The purpose of this letter is to inform parents who have a boy in Valparaiso’s feeder schools about our summer basketball camps. Our basketball camps are a great opportunity for any boy who enjoys playing basketball and are interested in having fun learning more about what it takes to become a better basketball player.
Crusaders Fall to #2 Michigan in NCAA Opener
Making its third NCAA Tournament appearance in the last five seasons, the Valparaiso University softball team battled with #2 Michigan in Ann Arbor Friday night, but the Wolverines pushed across five runs in the fifth inning in sending the Crusaders to an 8-0 defeat. With the loss, Valpo will take on #23 Notre Dame in an elimination game on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. CT.
The sport of golf is as complex as it is simple.
Valparaiso University senior Jacob Smutz (West Lafayette, Ind./Harrison) will close out his Crusader career in the postseason, as he has qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the hammer throw and will compete next Thursday, May 26 in Jacksonville, Fla.
The Purdue University Northwest Athletic Department has released its 2016 summer camp schedule, with plans to offer seven different sessions among five different sports for youth in grades kindergarten through high school seniors.