Return of the XFL

It has been 17 years since the XFL last played a game, but come 2020, Vince McMahon, the owner of World Wrestling Entertainment, will unveil the start of the XFL once again. The announcement was made on Jan. 25, where McMahon announced that the league would kick-off in January or February of that ...


Super Bowl LII Predictions: Patriots or Eagles?

The Super Bowl is beloved for many reasons. Some point to the clever commercials as their favorite part. Others prefer the halftime show. And then there are the crazy ones, the people who watch the Super Bowl for the actual game. Tom Brady isn’t worried about what Justin Timberlake will sing for his ...


Pacers Hold Esports Open Play Event

The upcoming NBA 2k league has gained the attention of many aspiring professional gamers. Pacers Gaming held an open play event that many gamers from different areas attended. The event was an opportunity for players to meet each other and play NBA 2K18. “This is our second event,” said Cody ...


IUPUI Jan. 20 Swim Meet Photo Story

The IUPUI men's and women's swimming teams were in action Saturday, Jan. 20. The men's team faced Wabash College while the women's team faced conference opponent Youngstown State. The men defeated Wabash College 194-100. The women fell to Youngstown State 147-153. Both teams are off until the Ohio State ...


2018 ECHL All-Star Game Comes to Indy

by Chris Walter January 19, 2018 The ECHL held its 22nd annual all-star game at the Indiana Farmer’s Coliseum Jan. 15, where fans were treated to an exciting game with the league’s top players. Wayne Gretzky was also on hand to drop the ceremonial puck to start the games proceedings. Gretzky ...


Eleven find new home in USL

With the NASL floundering, the Indy Eleven jumped ship and joined the USL. by Ryan Gregory January 19, 2018 Worry not, Indianapolis. The Indy Eleven are not going away anytime soon. There were speculations the team would fold, given the struggles of the North American Soccer League. But, they have ...


Freshman Forward From Across the Pond Finds a Home at IUPUI

October 6, 2017 Sarah Bahr For most parents, 2 a.m. is an hour to catch some shut-eye. But for IUPUI women’s soccer forward Valentine Pursey’s parents, the five-hour time difference between the U.S. and England means the early hour is the time to cheer on their daughter. Eighteen-year-old Pursey ...


McCall's basketball passion began early, very early

9/24/2017 By Ryan Gregory “My passion for basketball started long before I could dribble a ball.” D.J. McCall’s life has always been centered around the game of basketball. His earliest memory is going with his mother to watch his aunt and uncle play for Indiana Tech, a small college in his ...

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Jaguars Use Strong Second Half to Down Illinois State

After a first half that had IUPUI on the defensive, the Jaguars turned into the aggressors and used two goals from Valentine Pursey to beat the Redbirds, 3-0. By Ryan Gregory Heading into the locker room at half time of Sunday’s 3-0 win over Illinois State, the IUPUI women’s soccer team started ...

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Breathing New Life Into America's Pastime

Bryce Harper says “baseball is tired” and other MLB players agree with him. Are they right? By Leighann Strollo  4/22/16 There are tons of unwritten rules to the game of baseball. You don’t talk about a no-hitter when in progress. If a pitcher hits a teammate, hit one of theirs. But is not ...

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World Series 2016 Predictions: Cubs or Indians?

Editor-in-Chief Leighann Strollo shares her opinion on the World Series and makes her final prediction for the winner. By Leighann Strollo 10/25/16 On Oct. 25, the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs will begin their battle for the World Series title. The two teams with the longest World Series ...


2017 Baseball Season Might See Drastic Changes in Gameplay

After an incredible year of baseball that finally put the Cubs World Series curse to rest, the MLB has set out to make some major changes in the way the game is played. By Leighann Strollo 2/10/17 Baseball fans have heard for years now, that changes to the strike zone and intentional walk rules were ...


IUPUI Men’s Soccer Team Falls 3-0

October 15, 2016 Colton Bennett The IUPUI men’s soccer team lost on Wednesday in their non-conference matchup against the Cincinnati Bearcats. The Jaguars let in an early goal and were never able to bounce back ultimately resulting in a 3-0 score line.The Jags had chances from the get go including ...


Four IUPUI Programs Earn NCAA Public Recognition

April 15, 2016 Ed Holdaway (@EdHoldaway) IUPUI Sports Information INDIANAPOLIS - Four IUPUI programs were publicly acknowledged by the NCAA on Wednesday (Apr. 13) as being among the nation's elite for Academic Progress Rate (APR). The IUPUI men's golf, men's track, women's soccer and volleyball ...


Tamika Catchings Speaks at IUPUI Commencement

May 19, 2017 Jared McMurry Every year colleges and universities across the country seek out highly regarded individuals to speak at their graduation. On Sunday IUPUI introduced a former Indy Fever star and Indianapolis icon at the 2017 Commencement. Tamika Catchings. After playing college basketball ...


IUPUI’s Solid Effort Not Enough Against South Dakota

November 10, 2016 Ryan Gregory On Nov. 3, IUPUI took on the South Dakota Coyotes in the Jungle. The Jaguars were defeated in straight sets. Going into the game, IUPUI had a 7-5 conference record, fourth best in the conference. South Dakota came into the game hot, posting a 22-5 overall record. In ...

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