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- [Cross Country] Three newcomers to run for Cougars May 23, 2017Head Coach Jason VanAlstine and the men's and women's cross country teams have welcomed a trio of newcomers to their squads.
- [Men's Basketball] Smith and Collins become Cougars May 10, 2017Indiana University Kokomo men's basketball has added two new Cougars to its ranks.
- [IUK] 2017 Celebration of Champions May 3, 2017KOKOMO, Ind. – On Sunday, April 30th, Indiana University Kokomo Cougars gathered together at the Bel Air Events Centerin Kokomo, Indiana for the Celebration of Champions. This annual event is held to honor student-athletes and their accomplishments from the past year.
- [Cross Country] Three newcomers to run for Cougars May 23, 2017
- Dillon claims Coca-Cola 600 with JJ out of gas May 29, 2017Dillon claims Coca-Cola 600 with JJ out of gas
- W2W4 on Day 2: Muguruza, Nadal could have stiff competition May 29, 2017W2W4 on Day 2: Muguruza, Nadal could have stiff competition
- The biggest surprise for the 2017 Cubs? A struggling rotation May 29, 2017The biggest surprise for the 2017 Cubs? A struggling rotation
- Dillon claims Coca-Cola 600 with JJ out of gas May 29, 2017
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BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – The City of Firsts is known for many things, but the Olympics is not one of them – until now. Lexi Laird, a 2011 Kokomo High School graduate and former record-breaking swimmer at IUPUI, … Continue reading
Story courtesy of IUPUI SID John Berry, IU Kokomo SID Abigail Banan and Sports Journal Publisher Dean Hockney INDIANAPOLIS – Western High School graduate and IUPUI junior sharp-shooter Nicole Rogers came off the bench and hit a school record 11 … Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS – In three seasons as the leader of the IUPUI women’s basketball program, head coach Austin Parkinson has guided the Jags to multiple Summit League Tournament semifinals appearances, a 20-win season and the program’s first postseason tournament in over 20 … Continue reading