With a final score of 83-46, the Valparaiso University Crusaders defeated Division II opponent Trinity Christian.
In the 2017-18 season opener for the Valpo men’s basketball team, the Crusaders blew out the North Park Vikings 88-46 on Friday night.
For the first time in almost four years, the diving boards in the ARC sprung again in competition.
Valparaiso women’s soccer faced a tough defeat by Illinois State on Wednesday. After both teams coming back from losses, it was ISU that came out on top.
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.
The calendar is turning to September, which means another college football season is near.
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.
Senior James Stea transferred to Valpo his junior year to continue pursuing his baseball career.
The Valpo men’s tennis team won the Horizon League Tournament and has advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year.
Morgan Paras has come a long way. Her metamorphosis from timid underclassmen to senior leader on the women’s tennis team has been radical.
The 2017 Spring Football Game was held on Saturday at Brown Field as the offense and defense competed against each other in three competitions, and special teams segments were held between each of the three events.
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.
Jake Hanson arrived at Valparaiso in the fall of 2012 and has yet to leave. After earning the starting catching job as a sophomore, a flurry of injuries caught up with Hanson and significantly altered his path.
Rebuilding a program that hasn’t seen much success might be difficult, but the Valpo women’s tennis team is slowly working toward better results.
With the end of the season approaching, the Horizon League Tournament for men’s tennis is only two weeks away, but the Crusaders are not getting too far ahead of themselves.
Opening up a season with 26 consecutive games away from Emory G. Bauer Field is not an easy task.
Regardless of how the second half of her senior year shakes out, it is safe to say that Jorgi Calombaris has already left her mark at Valparaiso University.
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.
As graduation is getting closer, seniors around campus are preparing themselves for life after college. For Jeffrey Schorsch of the men’s tennis team, life after college includes more tennis.
This is Valparaiso University, where the men’s basketball team is the one everyone focuses on and other teams don’t get talked about as much.
Twenty-five games into his senior season, first baseman Nate Palace has his fingers crossed that this isn’t the last year of his baseball career.
Men’s golf enjoyed many successes at the Hoosier Invitational in Bloomington, Ind. over the weekend.
The Valpo women’s golf team came to win last week, clinging to a second-place finish in the Fort Wayne Spring Classic.
When news broke last week via Twitter that guard Lexus Williams will forego his senior season at Valparaiso and transfer for his final year of eligibility, it meant the loss of yet another key contributor to the Crusaders’ recent success.
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.
Another women’s basketball season has come to an end.
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.
Last week the Valparaiso men’s basketball season came to a close, losing in the first round of the NIT to Illinois 82-57. The Crusaders finished the season 24-9 and Horizon League Regular Season co-champions.
A season that started with lofty NCAA Tournament aspirations came to a crashing halt in Detroit for the Valparaiso men’s basketball team.
The Horizon League tournament is upon us, and for the Valparaiso women’s basketball team, this means a third meeting of the season with Youngstown State in their first round matchup.
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.
Over the years, the Valparaiso men’s basketball coaching staff has featured a number of former players with illustrious professional and college careers.
What can we expect from Alec Peters?
One year removed from the trial run of a new postseason format, the Horizon League has once again upped the stakes for Motor City Madness.
For the Valparaiso women’s basketball team, the bracket is set for the opening round of the Horizon League Tournament.
Heading into the season, getting production from the freshman class was one of the keys for the Valparaiso women’s basketball team to have success.
Even though Valpo swimming did not win the Horizon League Tournament, the team finished the 2016-17 season strong and with new school records set by junior Max Penn.
Valparaiso (23-6, 13-3) at Wright State (19-10, 10-6)
Valpo tennis senior Charlie Emhardt developed into the player he is today over the past three seasons as a Crusader; as a team captain, he has showed his leadership skills both on and off the court.
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.
Coming in as a freshman and not seeing much playing time is not an easy task.
From the moment it was announced just minutes before the Tuesday game that Nick Davidson would start for the Crusaders at point guard, one thing was very clear: it was senior night at the ARC.
After being named to the 2013-14 Horizon League All-Freshman Team, Lexus Williams’ future was looking extremely promising, until one freak accident after another took him on a difficult detour.
With uncertainty and ambiguity looming over the future of one Valpo player, his teammate Alec Peters took initiative Saturday night in the Crusaders’ 82-72 victory over Youngstown State.
Valparaiso (21-5, 11-2) at Oakland (19-7, 9-4)
Valpo men’s tennis came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Western Michigan 4-3. Seniors Jeffrey Schorsch, Charlie Emhardt, Dave Bascalla and Kyle Dunn each had huge wins for Valpo during the singles matches to help the Crusaders secure a win on Sunday.
Times are brighter for the Valparaiso women’s basketball team.
Like any other senior on campus, Liz Owen has been through a lot during her four years at Valpo. Owen is currently balancing life as a student-athlete as well as being a newlywed.