Posts Tagged ‘Athletics’
Indiana State University’s 1979 men’s basketball team will return to Hulman Center this fall for “Honoring a Legend” weekend, which will raise funds for the Larry Bird Scholarship and dedicate a larger-than-life statue of Bird.
Find out new football coach Mike Sanford’s three great passions in life.
Baseball coach Rick Heller led the Sycamores to the Missouri Valley Conference Championship in 2012 and the team to its first trip to the NCAA tournament since 1995. In 2012, the MVC named him Coach of the Year.
Sycamore pitcher Sean Manaea has risen to the top in college baseball with a “chillax” attitude and hard work.
For more than 40 years, Indiana State has played host to Special Olympics Indiana. Students, faculty, staff and alumni can be a part of the experience by volunteering for the games.
In 2012, Erika True, soccer head coach, was chosen as part of the inaugural Wabash Valley Women of Influence class.
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.
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.
From teaching elementary students stats to evaluating athletes and Greeks to teaching a Harvard student to using gaming in the classroom, ISU is making a difference in research and teaching.