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- [IUK] Thor & Rudy Named RSC Players of the Week September 19, 2017NEW ALBANY, Ind. – The River States Conference (RSC) released Player of the Week awards naming Taryn Thor RSC Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week and Macee Rudy RSC Volleyball Defender of the Week
- [Women's Golf] @IUKWGolf lands in fourth at Heidelberg September 19, 2017The Indiana University Women's Golf team introduced a pair of new players to their tournament team at the Heidelberg University Fall Invite where the team sat in third at the end of day one and finished in fourth out of 13 teams.
- [Women's Tennis] IU Kokomo competes in ITA Midwest Regional September 18, 2017Indiana University Kokomo competed in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Midwest Regional Championship hosted by Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Ind. against competitors from nine different NAIA schools.
- [IUK] Thor & Rudy Named RSC Players of the Week September 19, 2017
- Thompson: The clubhouse view of Cleveland's streak September 20, 2017Thompson: The clubhouse view of Cleveland's streak
- Sources: Ex-NFL CB Tillman training to join FBI September 20, 2017Sources: Ex-NFL CB Tillman training to join FBI
- Smith unanimously re-elected as NFLPA's head September 20, 2017Smith unanimously re-elected as NFLPA's head
- Thompson: The clubhouse view of Cleveland's streak September 20, 2017
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BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – Cary Hungate is back home. The local golf professional has announced he will return to the Kokomo Country Club on Jan. 1, 2013, after one year at Green Acres Golf Club. Hungate spent 19-seasons … Continue reading
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BY DEAN HOCKNEY Courtesy of the Kokomo Perspective KOKOMO, Ind. – Now in its second season – and first in the NAIA – the Indiana University Kokomo athletic program has gone from a vision by the chancellor to a four-team … Continue reading