Sycamore pitcher Sean Manaea has risen to the top in college baseball with a “chillax” attitude and hard work.
Mike Sanford has been named the new head football coach to continue the succes of the Sycamore program. He has hired three assistants, one of whom is a former Sycamore player.
Day of Discovery’s documentary “John Wooden” will air at 7:30 a.m. Eastern/Pacific (6:30 a.m. Central/Mountain). Sunday, April 21; Sunday, April 28 and Sunday, May 5 on Ion TV.
In 2012, Erika True, soccer head coach, was chosen as part of the inaugural Wabash Valley Women of Influence class.
Quentin Smith, ’40, stood firm on his rights and as a Tuskegee Airman helped to change the military.
To honor his wife who died of breast cancer, Joel Harbaugh, ’91, established the Mary Card Harbaugh Scholarship for Nursing through the Indiana State University Foundation. Michael Mardis, a senior tight end on the football team and nursing major, is the first recipient.
Greggmar Swift represented Indiana State and Barbados at the Summer Olympics in London.
Broadway turned its attention to Larry Bird and his rivalry turned friendship with Earvin “Magic” Johnson in a play that ran in a production this spring.
Indiana State Director of Athletics Ron Prettyman has announced that four Indiana State basketball greats have been selected for induction as the 21st class of the Indiana State University Athletics Hall of Fame.
BET celebrates ISU alumna’s Beverly Kearney’s (GR ’82) accomplishments with the Education Award.