Purdue Northwest Sweeps Goshen to Open Season With a Win
Gabrielle Martin had 10 kills to lead the Purdue University Northwest volleyball team to a 3-0 sweep over Goshen College in the Pride’s season opener Thursday.
For those who have never attended a Valparaiso football or basketball game, “Viking Nation” means nothing more than a group of Scandinavian pirates and traders. For students of Valparaiso High School, Viking Nation has become a Friday night tradition that brings the student body together as one.
The Porter County Career and Technical Center’s Video Production and Media Studies class will broadcast Friday’s Valparaiso High School football game against the Gary West Side Cougars on ValpoLife.com and NWIndianaLife.com.
The Vikings will face off against against the Indians at 7pm CST with the broadcast beginning at 6:45pm CST.
Crusaders Draw With #9 Notre Dame
The Valparaiso University men’s soccer team closed out exhibition play Monday evening at #9 Notre Dame, battling the Fighting Irish to a 1-1 draw. The Crusaders teamed up with the Irish for Notre Dame’s annual Grassroot Soccer benefit match, with donations accepted at the gate and throughout the evening in lieu of admission.
Alec Guarino connected twice in the first half to propel the Purdue University Northwest men's soccer team to a 2-0 nonleague victory over visiting Rochester College in the Pride's home opener at Dowling Park Monday.
Comcast Sports Network - Chicago is coming to Northwest Indiana this season and they want to know from you which game they should cover! Fans have the opportunity to pick one game their crew will cover each week and highlights of that game will appear on that night's "High School Lites" broadcast, airing at 11:00pm.
Crusaders Drop Season Opener at IUPUI
The Valparaiso University women’s soccer team kicked off the 2016 regular season on Friday at IUPUI, but after waiting out a pre-game weather delay of over an hour, the Crusaders fell to the Jaguars by a 2-0 final.
The Valparaiso University volleyball team has been picked to finish in second place in the Horizon League during the 2016 season, according to preseason polling of the league’s head coaches. The Crusaders received four first-place votes, matching Cleveland State for the most first-place votes received.