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JANUARY 21….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. LAFAYETTE JEFF….6:00PM
JANUARY 21….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS. BELMONT….7:30PM
JANUARY 25….EARLHAM MENS BASKETBALL VS. TRANSYLVANIA….7:30PM
JANUARY 27….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT HARRISON….7:30PM
JANUARY 28….EARLHAM MENS BASKETBALL VS. FRANKLIN….2:00PM
JANUARY 28….EARLHAM WOMENS BASKETBALL VS. FRANKLIN….4:00PM
JANUARY 28….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT WINCHESTER….7:30PM
PHOTO OF THE DAY
NEW YORK/INDIANAPOLIS (Friday, January 20, 2017) – The North American Soccer League (NASL) announced Friday the format for the 2017 season, which will kick off on Saturday, March 25. After starting the Spring Season on the road on March 25, Indy Eleven will return to...read more
University of Illinois students who play varsity sports will soon see changes to their schedule, giving them, in most cases, at least an additional 21 days away from athletics so they can study, pursue an internship, or get additional rest and recovery. The changes...read more
MUNCIE, Ind. – The Mid-American Conference has announced football opponents for the upcoming 2017 season. Ball State will host Buffalo, Central Michigan, Miami and Toledo, while taking to the road for contests at Akron, Eastern Michigan, Northern Illinois and Western...read more
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Junior Annalee Wilson highlighted the Earlham College track and field team’s performance at the Rose-Hulman Friday Night Invite by setting a school record in the Pole Vault on Friday evening. The Lyme, New Hampshire, native vaulted a personal best...read more
GAMEDAY INFORMATION No. 21 Purdue (15-4, 4-2 B1G) vs. Penn State (11-8, 3-3 B1G) Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 / Noon ET / Big Ten Network (Jeff Levering, Stephen Bardo) West Lafayette, Indiana / Mackey Arena (14,804) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The No. 21-ranked Purdue men's...read more
Richmond dropped a 55-54 decision in the closing seconds in Friday's non-conference game at Shelbyville. The Golden Bears connected on 2-of-3 free throws with 0.9 seconds remaining after a controversial foul on a 3-point shot, spoiling a spirited effort from the Red...read more
SUPER CHAMPIONSHIP: In 2016, the NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS won their eighth AFC East title in a row, the most consecutive division titles in NFL history, and have advanced to the AFC Championship Game for the sixth season in a row – also the longest streak all-time. The...read more
NOTRE DAME RELEASE By Leigh Torbin CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - No. 6/9 Notre Dame women's basketball hasn't lost consecutive games since 2010. Senior captain Lindsay Allen was determined not to let that streak reset on her watch. She...read more
INDIANA RELEASE OPENING TIP • This season marks the 117th season of Indiana Basketball and the defending Big Ten Champions have won 3 of their last 4 games as they welcome Michigan State to Bloomington. UP NEXT • The Hoosiers will...read more
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Barn Burner Trophy returned back to the hands of the Indiana Hoosiers as it was victorious over the Purdue Boilermakers, 74-60, in Big Ten action on Thursday night at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Junior forward Amanda Cahill paced four Hoosiers...read more
ON THE ROAD AGAIN: The Bulldogs return to the road after sweeping a two-game homestand over the holiday weekend. Butler is 16-3 on the season and 5-2 in BIG EAST play. The Bulldogs, ranked No. 13 and No. 14 respectively in...read more
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana – On Thursday, the Big Ten Conference announced that the 2017 Big Ten Baseball Tournament will be held at Bart Kaufman Field on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. The eight-team tournament will take place May 24-28. “We are...read more
INDIANA RELEASE UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Indiana Hoosiers held off an intrepid Penn State effort for a 78-75 win at the Bryce Jordan Center on Wednesday night. James Blackmon Jr. stunned the home crowd at the final buzzer, going...read more
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology shot 67. 5 percent from the field in an 82-66 victory over the Earlham College men’s basketball team in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) action on Wednesday. Earlham fell behind 6-2 early on as the...read more
THE POINT AFTER Colts fans are wondering why QB Andrew Luck hasn’t been selected to the Pro Bowl game. According to Indy Sports writer Stephen Holder, Luck wasn’t a second or even third alternate. I am not sure why anyone really cares. The...read more
GREEN BAY PACKERS RELEASE GREEN BAY (12-6) at ATLANTA (12-5) Sunday, Jan. 22 l Georgia Dome l 2:05 p.m. CST The Green Bay Packers will travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in the NFC Championship on Sunday. It is the second time...read more
NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL RELEASE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (14-2) vs. PITTSBURGH STEELERS (11-5) Sunday Jan. 22, 2017 at 6:40 p.m. ET. Gillette Stadium (66,829) The New England Patriots advanced to their record sixth straight AFC Championship...read more
PITTSBURGH STEELERS FUN FACTS As the Steelers prepare to take on the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 22, at Gillette Stadium, the organization is no stranger to playing in the AFC Championship Game. They advanced to the AFC Championship Game for the 16th...read more
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2017 GREEN BAY PACKERS–NFC NORTH (12-6) AT ATLANTA FALCONS–NFC SOUTH (12-5) SERIES PACKERS FALCONS LEADER 17-14 STREAKS 4 of past 5 COACHES VS. OPP. Mike McCarthy: 4-3 Dan Quinn: 1-0 COACHES PLAYOFF RECORD Mike McCarthy: 10-7 Dan Quinn: 1-0 VS....read more
AFC CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW: PITTSBURGH STEELERS–AFC NORTH (13-5) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS–AFC EAST (15-2)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS–AFC NORTH (13-5) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS–AFC EAST (15-2) SERIES STEELERS PATRIOTS LEADER 15-14 STREAKS Past 3 COACHES VS. OPP. Mike Tomlin: 2-5 Bill Belichick: 12-11 COACHES PLAYOFF RECORD Mike Tomlin: 8-5 Bill...read more
The final four teams are set and this Sunday will determine the two teams heading to Houston for Super Bowl LI. Visitor Home Time Network NFC Championship Game Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons 3:05 PM ET FOX AFC Championship Game Pittsburgh Steelers New...read more
INDIANA BOYS BASKETBALL POLLS 4A North Central New Albany Carmel Fort Wayne North Logansport Castle McCutcheon Pike South Bend Riley 3A Northwood Brownstown Griffith Evansville Bosse Culver Academy Twin Lakes Park Tudor Andrean Brebeuf Salem 2A Barr Reeve Providence...read more
Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics Athletes of the Week Alexis Mattern, women's gymnastics Mattern helped the Buckeyes knock off Michigan for the first time since 2012 on Saturday. She posted a career-best 9.900 to tie for first on the vault she was...read more
Another incredible second half by the Bulldogs allowed Butler to erase a 16-point halftime deficit and take an 88-80 win over Marquette Monday afternoon at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Sixty-three of Butler's points came in the second half as the team had zero turnovers and...read more
Maryland is currently alone atop the Big Ten standings with a 4-1 conference record. Wisconsin sits in second place at 3-1, while Michigan State and Northwestern are 4-2 in Big Ten play. The Terrapins and Wildcats have both won three straight conference games, the...read more
NFL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:
PITTSBURGH AT NEW ENGLAND
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:
GREEN BAY AT ATLANTA
Men’s college basketball – FRIDAY
No Games Scheduled
1871 – The Boston Red Stockings baseball team is incorporated by Ivers Whitney Adams.
RHS BOYS B-BALL
November 17… Rushville (Scrimmage)
November 23…. Indianapolis Howe
November 26…. Jay County
December 2….. At North Central
December 3….. At East Central
December 9…. Marion
December 16…. At Indianapolis Tech
December 17…. Connersville
December 21…. Indy Central Christian
December 27….10th Annual Wettig
December 28….10th Annual Wettig
December 29….10th Annual Wettig
January 6…. New Castle
January 7…. McCutcheon
January 13…. At Muncie Central
January 20…. At Shelbyville
January 21…. Belmont, OH
January 27…. At Harrison
January 28…. At Winchester
February 2…. Anderson
February 10…. At Kokomo
February 11…. Logansport
February 17…. Lafayette Jeff
February 24…. Fort Wayne Wayne
RHS GIRLS BASKETBALL
November 4….Indianapolis Home School
November 11…. At Anderson
November 12…. East Central
November 15…. At New Castle
November 19…. At Logansport
November 26…. Muncie Central
November 29…. At Rushville
December 3…. Union City
December 6…. At Franklin County
December 16…. At Indianapolis Tech
December 22/23… At Greenfield tournament
January 3…. National Trail
January 6…. At Marion
January 7… McCutcheon
January 17…. Mount Vernon
January 20… at Kokomo
January 21….Lafayette Jeff
January 24…. At Jay County
January 31 – February 4…. Sectionals
November 11…. Kansas @ Honolulu
November 16…. UMass- Lowell
November 19…. Liberty
November 22…. IPFW @ Fort Wayne
November 27…. Mississippi Valley State
November 30…. North Carolina
December 2…. Southern Illinois – Edwardsville
December 4…. Southeast Missouri State
December 10…. Houston Baptist
December 17…. Butler @ Indianapolis
December 22…. Austin Peay
December 28…. Nebraska
December 31…. Louisville at Indianapolis
January 3…. Wisconsin
January 7…. Illinois
January 10…. At Maryland
January 15…. Rutgers
January 18…. At Penn State
January 21…. Michigan State
January 26….at Michigan
January 29…. At Northwestern
February 1…. Penn State
February 5…. At Wisconsin
February 9…. Purdue
February 12…. Michigan
February 15… At Minnesota
February 21…. At Iowa
February 25 or 26…. Northwestern
February 28…. At Purdue
March 4…. At Ohio State
March 8 – 12…. Big Ten tournament, Washington DC
November 11…. McNeese State
November 14… Villanova
November 18…. Georgia State
November 22…. Utah State at Cancun
November 23…. Auburn/Texas Tech at Cancun
November 26…. NJIT
November 30…. At Louisville
December 3…. Morehead State
December 6…. Arizona State at New York
December 10…. Cleveland State
December 17…. Notre Dame at Indianapolis
December 19…. Western Illinois
December 21…. Norfolk State
December 28…. Iowa
January 1…. Minnesota
January 5…. At Ohio State
January 8…. Wisconsin
January 12…. At Iowa
January 17…. Illinois
January 21…. Penn State
January 24…. At Michigan State
January 29…. At Nebraska
February 1…. Northwestern
February 4…. At Maryland
February 9…. At Indiana
February 14…. Rutgers
February 18…. Michigan State
February 21…. At Penn State
February 25…. At Michigan
November 28…. Indiana
March 4 or 5…. At Northwestern
Cleveland 118 Phoenix 103
Miami 99 Dallas 95
Washington 113 New York 110
San Antonio 118 Denver 104
Minnesota 104 LA Clippers 101
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
#3 UCLA 102 Arizona State 80
#4 Gonzaga 88 Santa Clara 57
#11 Oregon 86 California 63
#12 Louisville 92 Clemson 60
#14 Arizona 73 USC 66
#23 St. Mary’s 62 Pacific 50
#25 Maryland 84 Iowa 76
Dayton 75 Richmond 59
North Dakota State 89 Fort Wayne 83
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
#3 Maryland 83 Michigan 70
#4 Mississippi State 67 Alabama 54
#5 South Carolina 65 Ole Miss 46
#6 Notre Dame 80 Boston College 69
#7 Florida State 77 Syracuse 58
#15 Duke 84 #17 Virginia Tech 59
#16 Ohio State 70 Wisconsin 61
Missouri 78 #25 Texas A&M 76 OT
Penn State 86 Nebraska 69
IUPUI 53 Oral Roberts 41
Indiana 74 Purdue 60
Kentucky 55 LSU 42
INDIANA GIRLS BASKETBALL – NCC/AREA
Lincoln 61 Blue River 54
East Central 61 Franklin County 37
Randolph Southern 45 Winchester 38
Union County 43 Northeastern 14
Tri 69 Centerville 55
Ansonia 47 National Trail 42
UPCOMING PACERS SCHEDULE
Friday January 20 @ LA Lakers 10:30
Saturday January 21 @ Utah 9:00
Monday January 23 vs. NY Knicks 8:0
Thursday January 26 @ Minnesota 8:00
- 1871 – The Boston Red Stockings baseball team is incorporated by Ivers Whitney Adams.
- 1883 – Billy Barnes takes a hat-trick, England versus Australia at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
- 1910 – Ottawa Senators sweep Edmonton Eskimos in two games for the Stanley Cup (second of 1910).
- 1952 – Louise Suggs wins LPGA Tampa Golf Open.
- 1957 – Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Tampa Golf Open.
- 1958 – Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Tampa Golf Open.
- 1968 – Houston ends UCLA’s 47-game basketball winning streak, 71-69.
- 1968 – US female Figure Skating championship won by Peggy Fleming.
- 1968 – US male Figure Skating championship won by Tim Wood.
- 1970 – 20th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 142-135 at Philadelphia.
- 1970 – 23rd NHL All-Star Game: East beat West 4-1 at Saint Louis.
- 1970 – Super Fight, computer mock championship between Muhammed Ali and Marciano.
- 1971 – Ard Schenk skates world record 1000m (1:18.8).
- 1974 – 4th NFL Pro Bowl: AFC beats NFC 15-13.
- 1974 – 7th ABA All-Star Game: East 128 beats West 112 at Virginia.
- 1974 – Essex Community College beats Englewood Cliffs 210-67 in basketball.
- 1975 – 5th NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 17-10.
- 1976 – 29th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 7-5 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- 1980 – NFL Super Bowl XIV at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California: Pittsburgh Steelers beat Los Angeles Rams, 31-19; Most Valuable Player: Terry Bradshaw, quarterback. The Pittsburgh Steelers become the first NFL franchise to win four Super Bowls.
- 1980 – US female Figure Skating championship won by Linda Fratianne.
- 1980 – US male Figure Skating championship won by Charles Tickner.
- 1981 – New York Islanders’ Glenn Resch’s 25th and last shut-out opponent-Calgary Flames 5-0.
- 1984 – US female Figure Skating championship won by Rosalynn Sumners.
- 1985 – Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers beat Miami Dolphins, 38-16 in Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California; Most Valuable Player: Joe Montana, quarterback.
- 1988 – André Hoffman skates world record 1500m (1:52.06).
- 1989 – Wayne Holdsworth takes a wicket first ball in first-class cricket.
- 1991 – Buffalo Bills beat Los Angeles Raiders 51-3 for AFC title.
- 1991 – Jane Geddes wins LPGA Jamaica Golf Classic.
- 1991 – Matt Barr’s field goal with no time left gives New York Giants 15-13 victory over defending champions San Francisco 49ers, for NFC title.
- 1992 – Australia beats India 2-0 to win the World Series Cup.
- 1992 – Score company begins selling international soccer cards.
- 1995 – 1994-95 NHL Season begins after a lengthy strike.
- 1996 – 46th NHL All-Star Game: East beat West 5-4 at Fleet Center in Boston, Massachussetts.
- 1996 – Australia defeats Sri Lanka 2-0 to win World Series Cup.
- 1996 – US female Figure Skating championship won by Michelle Kwan.
- 1997 – Pakistan defeats West Indies 2-0 to win Australia one-day Series.
- 2005 – Eric Gagne and the Los Angeles Dodgers agree to a $19-million, two-year deal.
- 2006 – Baseball’s second application to the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control to allow Cuba to play in the World Baseball Classic is approved.
- 2006 – In Quang Tri province, Viet Nam, just south of the demilitarized zone, the country’s first baseball field is dedicated. The former soccer field was transformed into a diamond for the Le Loi High School using money donated from Major League Baseball and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund.
- 1908 – Birth of Ian Peebles; cricket player (Scottish leg-spinner, England 1927-31).
- 1915 – Birth of Joe Hitchcock; darts player (leader of Saint Dunstan’s Four).
- 1927 – Birth of Geoffrey WT Atkins; British World Champion racket player (1954-72).
- 1940 – Birth of Carol Heiss Jenkins in New York City, New York, USA; figure skater (Olympics-gold/silver-1956, 1960).
- 1944 – Birth of Isao Okano in Japan; middleweight judo (Olympics-gold-1964).
- 1956 – Birth of John McNally Naha in Okinawa, Japan; US rapid fire pistol (Olympics-1984, 1988, 1992, 1996).
- 1956 – Birth of John Phillips Naber in Evanston, Illinois, USA; American 100m/200m backstroke swimmer (Olympics-4 gold/silver-1976).
- 1957 – Birth of Leonard C Clements in Cherry Point, North Carolina, USA; PGA golfer (1994 Bob Hope-second).
- 1963 – Birth of Scott Fisher in San Jose, California, USA; Australian basketball forward (Olympics-1996).
- 1964 – Birth of Ozzie Guillen in Oculare del Tuy, Venezuela; shortstop (Chicago White Sox).
- 1964 – Birth of Roger Smith in Freeport, Bahamas; tennis doubles player.
- 1964 – Birth of Ron Harper; NBA guard (Chicago Bulls).
- 1965 – Birth of Brad Brink; US baseball pitcher (San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies).
- 1966 – Birth of Bert Weidner; NFL guard (Miami Dolphins).
- 1966 – Birth of Chris Morris; NBA forward (Utah Jazz).
- 1966 – Birth of Rich Gannon; NFL quarterback (Kansas City Chiefs).
- 1967 – Birth of Mark Stepnoski; NFL center (Houston/Tennessee Oilers).
- 1968 – Birth of Junior Murray; cricket player (West Indies keeper).
- 1968 – Birth of Nick Anderson; NBA guard/forward (Orlando Magic).
- 1969 – Birth of Andre Romal Cason in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA; 100m runner.
- 1970 – Birth of Dennis Hulshof; soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles).
- 1970 – Birth of Deon Figures; cornerback (Jacksonville Jaguars).
- 1970 – Birth of Marvin Benard in Bluefields, Nicaragua; outfielder (San Francisco Giants).
- 1970 – Birth of Rob Gaudreau in Lincoln, Rhode Island, USA; NHL center (Ottawa Senators).
- 1970 – Birth of Ron Carpenter; NFL/WLAF safety (New York Jets, Amsterdam Admirals).
- 1970 – Birth of Terry Kirby; NFL running back (Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers).
- 1970 – Birth of Thomas “Tom” Murray in Buffalo, New York, USA; rower (Olympics-1996).
- 1971 – Birth of Alan Young; NFL defensive end (New York Jets).
- 1971 – Birth of Andrei Skabelka; NHL forward (Belarus, Olympics-1998).
- 1971 – Birth of Johnny Mitchell; NFL tight end (New York Jets).
- 1972 – Birth of Alcides Catanho; NFL outside linebacker (New England Patriots).
- 1973 – Birth of Eddie Kennison; wide receiver (Saint Louis Rams).
- 1973 – Birth of Jalen Rose; NBA guard (Denver Nuggets).
- 1974 – Birth of Calvin Harrison in Orlando, Florida, USA; 200m/400m runner.
- 1974 – Birth of Rae Carruth; wide receiver (Carolina Panthers).
- 1977 – Birth of Paul “Goggo” Adams, cricket player (lefty very unorthodox bowler for South Africa).
- 1980 – Birth of Jenson Button; British racecar driver.
- 1981 – Birth of Owen Hargreaves; Canadian-born football player.
- 1981 – Birth of Jason Richardson; American basketball player.