The day after qualifying Tyler James (JR/Deltona, Fla.) and Jeffrey Holden (JR/Salem, Ore.) into the semi-finals of the individual portion of the tournament, the Calumet College of St. Joseph men's bowling team kicked off the team slate at Sun Valley lanes in Lincoln, Neb. While the team didn't perform up to the high standards they have set for themselves throughout the season in qualifying, the Wave set themselves up nicely for the continuation of team play on Friday.
For only the second time in school history, the Calumet College of St. Joseph men's bowling team will have someone play in the semi-finals at the USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships. Well, make that the second and third time actually. Both Tyler James (JR/Deltona, Fla.) and Jeffrey Holden (JR/Salem, Ore.) beat their day two opponents to secure their spots during in the television rounds coming up this Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana is Offering County-Wide Summer Flag Football - Registration Now Open!
About the League:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana’s Flag Football League is a co-ed league held at our Duneland, Portage, South Haven and Valparaiso Clubs. Teams come together on Saturday’s to play other Clubs at Field of Dreams in South Haven. Our leagues focus on developing good sportsmanship and having fun while learning the fundamentals of the game.
One day after snapping an extended losing streak, the Calumet College of St. Joseph baseball team were back at it again, playing two more against Trinity International. The games were supposed to be played in Deerfield, Ill., but were moved to Whiting due to field conditions. While the Crimson Wave had to play as the away team, the home field advantage helped, sending them to their first three game winning streak in almost exactly seven years.
Assistant Athletic Director Anna Villanueva will be inducted into the Indiana University Northwest RedHawk Athletics Hall of Fame on April 19, 2018 at the Ambassador Banquet Hall in Hobart, IN. Recognizing individual leadership and success, the IU Northwest RedHawk Athletics Hall of Fame honors athletes, coaches, administrators, and supporters who have significantly contributed to the development and growth of the RedHawks program and the Office of Athletics. Inductees must be nominated for this prestigious honor.
Portage High School Senior, Emileishka De Jesus, has committed to play volleyball at IU Northwest starting the Fall of 2018.
Coming off two loses to Roosevelt University on Friday afternoon, the Calumet College of St. Joseph baseball team were looking to turn it around and take one game of the series. This time it would be on the Lakers home turf, who would use stellar pitching to blank the Crimson Wave Sunday afternoon in Chicago.
When star-studded teams come to mind, most would probably think of the Avengers or Justice League. Included in that list ought to be the Crimson Wave Men’s Bowling Team at Calumet College of St. Joseph.
Indiana University Northwest Director of Athletics Ryan Shelton has announced the appointment of Brian Erminger as head women's volleyball coach. Erminger brings with him 18 years of volleyball coaching experience at the collegiate, club, and high school levels.
With the 2018 season winding down, the Calumet College of St. Joseph men's volleyball team is still searching for their first win. The searching will have to continue. Saint Xavier University is on another search of their own. The Cougars came into the game looking to even up their conference record and move into a playoff spot, and they did just that. SXU swept the Wave 3-0 (14-25, 13-25, 22-25) during a match that lasted just 59 minutes at the Rittenmeyer Center on Tuesday night.
Snow on Tuesday cleared just in time for a beautiful Wednesday, allowing the Calumet College of St. Joseph baseball team to open up the conference portion of this schedule. What was to be two home games became virtual road games, as playing conditions forced the game to be moved to Joliet Junior College. That just so happened to be right down the road for University of Saint Francis, their opponent for the afternoon. The Saints kept the Wave bats silent in both games, allowing USF to swept Calumet 6-1 and 8-0.