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- AHS' Johnson adjusting to life in IU pool ANDERSON -- While swimming for Anderson High School, Kyle Johnson had gotten used to dominating the pool. His senior year, when not dressing up as the Indian mascot for basketball games, Johnson was busy taking seventh place in both the 20
- George Bremer: Miller hiring follows Butler Way Saturday's hiring of Brandon Miller as Butler's men's basketball coach shows the Big East won't change the Bulldogs. And that's a good thing.
- AU softball coaching staff honored ANDERSON -- Anderson University coach Tony Holloway and his staff have been named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Central Region Coaching Staff of the Year for the 2013 season. "It was a great honor and says a lot about our progr
Celtics hire Butler's Stevens as coach
With aging stars Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce on their way to the Brooklyn Nets and Doc Rivers coaching the Los Angeles Clippers, the Boston Celtics hired 36-year-old Brad Stevens from Butler as their next head coach Wednesday.
Butler coach Stevens leaving for Celtics
Butler head basketball coach Brad Stevens has been hired by the Boston Celtics, the university announced on its website today.
Porter sends Miss. St. to 5-4 CWS win over Indiana
Trey Porter surely made the home folks proud back in Hurley, Miss., population 950.
With Porter driving in the go-ahead runs in the eighth inning, Mississippi State took control of its bracket in the College World Series with a 5-4 victory over Indiana on Monday night.
Indiana has changes afoot
Tables filled up in Lucas Oil Stadium Tuesday evening as fans and boosters came to celebrate the Big Ten and NCAA tournament success of four of IU’s most promising athletic programs and hear what the coaches had in store for the upcoming
- Stinson finishes college career as BSU misses NCAA cut ANDERSON -- Ball State's Alex Stinson closed out his collegiate career with two birdies out of his final five holes, but it wasn't enough to help the Cardinals make the cut at the NCAA Golf Championships. BSU finished last out of the 30 te
- Stinson shoots 74, BSU tumbles at NCAA Golf MILTON, Ga. -- Liberty Christian graduate Alex Stinson shot a 38-36-74 to go to 6-over in the NCAA Men's Golf Tournament held here Wednesday. As a team, the Cardinals are 28th out of 30 teams at +19. That is 34 strokes behind the team leade
Stinson, Cards solid in NCAA opener
Alex Stinson was rolling along nicely at the Capital City Club on Tuesday in Atlanta, until he got to the par-4 17th hole.
His chip shot wound up in a bunker, and the former Liberty Christian star couldn’t get up and down to save par. Instead, he wound up with a double-bogey and a first round 72 at the NCAA men’s golf championships.
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