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In a game that had two weather delays in the first half, both lasting an hour, Valpo football blew out the Marist Red Foxes 49-15. Players and spectators for both teams had to deal with the severe weather conditions as rain, strong winds and lightning surrounded the Valpo area on Saturday. B…

The men’s tennis team hosts an alumni tournament during Homecoming each year. On Saturday, Sept. 30, current Valpo tennis players were pitted against the team’s alumni in an 8-game pro-set, no advantage scoring.

Fans filled the stands at Brown Field and the 4,492 in attendance had plenty to cheer about during the football game on Saturday against the Stetson Hatters. The highlight of the game was a game-saving interception by defensive back J.J. Nunes in the Stetson endzone late in the fourth quarte…

Volleyball at Loyola: Win 3-1. Taylor Grabowski led the team in kills for Valpo with 13. Brittany Anderson and Allison Ketchum each had two aces in the match.

After nine years at Valpo, Howard Hunte resigned from his position as swimming head coach and will be taking a position as coach for a Kansas swim club position.

It’s officially the post-Alec Peters era for Valparaiso basketball, and everyone is interested to see how the program will handle the loss of the NBA prospect.

Most students in Valpo are from the Midwest, but there are some who are far away from home. Senior sprinter Anthony Franze comes all the way from Gunter, Texas and has adjusted to life in the Midwest.

The Valpo men’s tennis team extended their winning streak to 15 matches this past weekend on the road. The Crusaders traveled to Youngstown State then Cleveland State and took both matches 7-0 with the leadership of their seniors.

While most Valpo students were enjoying spring break, the men’s tennis team took a trip down to Florida where they went undefeated in seven matches. Coming off the sweep, the Crusaders will start Horizon League play on March 25.

From overlooked recruit to reigning Horizon League Player of the Year, Alec Peters has visibly come a long way, and now he’s climbing up NBA Draft boards.

Six. That’s the number of games the Valparaiso men’s basketball team has lost this season. And yet, it feels like the sky is falling and the ARC is about to blow up, based on reactions from fans and students alike following last Friday’s loss to Oakland.