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- [Home Page] IU Kokomo's Greg Cooper named RSC Athletic Director of the Year 2018-19 June 6, 2019MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- Indiana University of Kokomo Director of Athletics Greg Cooper has been named the 2018-19 River States Conference Athletic Director of the Year. The award comes after a vote from his peers in the conference.
- [Women's Outdoor Track & Field] Two Cougars Set for NAIA Track and Field Championship Debut May 22, 2019Kokomo, Ind. – For the first time in school history, the IU Kokomo Women's Track team will be sending two competitors to the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala. Location: Gulf Shores, Ala.Race: 2019 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field ChampionshipsQualifier Results
- [Baseball] Baseball Drops Heartbreaker in RSC Tournament Championship May 7, 2019Chillicothe, OH - The University of Rio Grande took two from IU Kokomo to claim the RSC Tournament Championship. Despite the loss, the Cougars still have a slim outside chance of an at large bid to the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round. They will find out Thursday during the NAIA selection show at 5 pm EST.
- [Home Page] IU Kokomo's Greg Cooper named RSC Athletic Director of the Year 2018-19 June 6, 2019
- Mendez to receive Jimmy V Award at ESPYS June 18, 2019High school football coach Rob Mendez, who was born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder that caused him to be born without arms or legs, will receive the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance at next month's ESPYS.
- Sources: Horford to be unrestricted free agent June 18, 2019Celtics center Al Horford will not exercise the $30.1 million option on his 2019-20 contract and will become an unrestricted free agent, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
- What they're saying about the first-round quarterbacks of 2019 June 18, 2019With offseason workouts in the books, coaches and peers weigh in with their early impressions of Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones and Dwayne Haskins.
- Mendez to receive Jimmy V Award at ESPYS June 18, 2019
- 1 dead, 6 rescued after avalanche leaves climbing group stranded at 17,390 feet on Pakistani mountain June 18, 2019One climber is dead and six others were rescued Tuesday morning after an avalanche struck the group, leaving them stranded at more than 17,000 feet.
- Arizona man beheaded roommate's dog as she moved out, police say June 18, 2019A woman moving out of a home in Arizona had a horrifying discovery over the weekend when she opened a box and discovered her mutilated and headless dog inside, according to officials.
- MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has a one-sided love affair with New York Times June 18, 2019MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" appears desperate to get back in the good graces of The New York Times, constantly touting its headlines and praising its reporters on the heels of her far-left show being shunned by the paper.
- 1 dead, 6 rescued after avalanche leaves climbing group stranded at 17,390 feet on Pakistani mountain June 18, 2019
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