Purdue Calumet Falls at IUSB; Still Clinches CCAC Tournament Berth
The Purdue University Calumet baseball team dropped its regular-season finale against Indiana South Bend Monday, but that didn’t have an effect on the Peregrines’ postseason in a big day for the program.
Three-point baskets made by Valparaiso University Men’s Basketball Team at home games did more than add a number to the scoreboard. The Crusaders, for the 2015-2016 season, once again partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County to help make a difference in the lives of Club members through the Nothing But Net program. Each time the Crusaders scored a three-point basket at home games; three local businesses donated $20 to the Clubs, up to $2,500 for the season!
Purdue Calumet Sweeps IUSB; Eyes CCAC Tourney Berth
The Purdue University Calumet baseball team picked up a pair of wins that could help clinch a berth in the upcoming league tournament in Sunday’s Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference twin bill against Indiana South Bend.
Men's Tennis Set for Horizon League Championships
As the Horizon League Men's Tennis Championship gets underway in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Crusaders arrive with a target on their back. Owners of a 6-0 record during the league portion of the season, Valpo's toughest test came at Green Bay, where it prevailed with a 5-2 road win over the second-seeded Green Bay Phoenix. The Crusaders have won ten consecutive matches dating back to March 6th. Three of their five losses came at the hands of ranked opponents (#7 Illinois, #46 Louisville, #68 Purdue).
Purdue Calumet's Cordova Selected to NAIA's Association of Student Athletes
With the NAIA’s announcement of its 16 new representatives to the Association of Student-Athletes (ASA), Purdue University Calumet’s Salvador Cordova became the first Peregrine student-athlete to be selected to the NAIA’s student-advocacy arm in its governance structure.
The Gary South Shore RailCats and manager Greg Tagert announced today the 2016 coaching staff with one familiar face and three new additions to the RailCats family. Alain Quijano will return for his second season as Pitching Coach and will be joined by new staff members, Hitting Coach Mike Goss, First Base Coach Jeremy Jakubowski and Bullpen Coach Chris Joyce.
The Gary SouthShore RailCats announced today that due to the weather forecast for the weekend in NWI, the club has moved the originally scheduled Open Player Tryout Camp from Sunday May 1st to Wednesday May 4th at 10:30 AM at U.S. Steel Yard in Gary, IN. Registration for the tryout is set for 10:00 AM and the one session is set to begin at 10:30 AM for all players regardless of position.
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The Valparaiso Girls Basketball Program is hosting their annual girls basketball camps again this year for girls in grades K-8th. Head Coach Candy Wilson, her staff, and members of the high school basketball team will work with players to develop their fundamental basketball skills. The camps will be held on the following dates and times:
Peregrine Baseball Drops CCAC Twinbill to Judson Tuesday Afternoon
The Purdue University Calumet baseball team dropped Tuesday’s Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference double header to Judson University at Dowling Park.