Let the good times roll. Both the men's and women's Calumet College of St. Joseph bowling teams were in action at the Norse Classic this past weekend, each with their own set of goals. For the Lady Wave, finishing out the season on a strong note was the key, with the men looking for one more solid tournament preformance to get them ready for the last tier one event of the year. Both achieved their goals, as they took home two top two finishes on Saturday afternoon in Kentucky.
The Valparaiso University men’s tennis team has achieved its first weekly award of the season as junior Brandon Ancona (Belvidere, Ill. / Rockford Christian) was named the Summit League Player of the Week on Tuesday.
That Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference league office announced Wednesday morning that Calumet College of St. Joseph's men's track and field student-athlete Robert Davis (JR/Baton Rouge, La.) picked up his second CCAC Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week honor for the week ending on January 27, 2019.
The Calumet College of St. Joseph men's and women's bowling team headed back to Addison, Ill. for the second straight weekend, this time to participate in the tier one ISBPA/Kegel Midwest Collegiate Classic tournament. The Crimson Wave turned in mixed results once again, as the women faltered for the second straight week. Meanwhile, the men's squad turned in their third straight top five finish, continuing their mid-season resurgence.
With a new season set to begin, the Valparaiso University men’s tennis program will look to sustain its recent run of success that has seen the team advance to four consecutive league championship matches.
Two top two finishes from Calumet College of St. Joseph's men's track and field team member Robert Davis (JR/Baton Rouge, La.) during the seven-day period from Jan. 7-13 has earned the junior the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week honors, the league office announced Wednesday morning.
After a fall season that saw the team go a combined 44-22 (.667) in singles and 16-11 (.593) in doubles, the Valparaiso University women’s tennis program will look to sustain its recent success with the dual match season on the horizon.
Gritty is continuing to battle down 10 points with less than two minutes to play. Gritty is three offensive rebounds in the final 80 seconds, leading to a pair of second-chance baskets. Gritty is drawing a pair of offensive fouls in the backcourt in the final 40 seconds.