Indiana Tech baseball got to celebrate a very cool accomplishment for one of its former players on Monday night.
Northrop graduate Sydney Curry will not begin his college basketball career at Miami University (Ohio).
John Konchar didn’t get drafted, but he’ll get his shot with a NBA team. Early Friday morning, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news that Konchar had agreed to a two-way contract with the Memphis Grizzlies.
John Konchar’s not the only Purdue Fort Wayne player making the jump to pro basketball this summer. Although he doesn’t have NBA prospects, guard Kason Harrell will likely have a professional career overseas.
In college he reached a statistical milestone no player had ever accomplished, and now he’s hoping to become the first Mastodon drafted into the NBA.
Southeastern eliminated Indiana Tech from the NAIA World Series on Monday.
Trine was eliminated from the NCAA Division Three Softball World Series on Sunday.
Indiana Tech took its first loss Saturday night at the NAIA World Series.
Trine stayed alive in the NCAA Division III Softball Championship with a 10-7 win over Williams.
Jake DeFries sent a ground-ball single through the right side of the infield in the tenth inning, and drove in Brandon Burch for a walk-off 3-2 win over Bellevue University.
No more room for error for Trine softball. The Thunder fell to Emory 2-1 in Trine’s second game at the Division III Softball Championship.
The Indiana Tech baseball team will make its first appearance at the Avista-NAIA World Series since 2003, and the Warriors have done so with a red-hot final stretch.