IPFW in the news Oct. 14 - 20

October 14th, 2014

Coolest NCAA Logo Tournament Final Four: 16. NC State vs. 13. IPFW
IPFW hasn’t yet reached its full potential–and it’s in the Final Four. It might take upwards of 30,000 votes to advance in this round, but after a gutty, hard-fought, trash-talkin’ win over VCU in the Elite Eight, no one is doubting the ‘Dons anymore.

Can IPGW reach logo heaven?

Women's Volleyball: IPFW Falls 3-1 To Rival IUPUI
It was a tough night for the IPFW women’s volleyball team as it fell to IUPUI 3-1. The loss drops the Mastodons to 9-11 overall on the season and 3-3 in Summit League play.

October 15th, 2014

October 16th, 2014

Congressional candidates ready for TV debate

The candidates for the 3rd Congressional District in northeast Indiana are set for a live televised debate in Fort Wayne.

Republican incumbent Marlin Stutzman, Democrat challenger Justin Kuhnle and Libertarian challenger Scott Wise agreed to face each other on PBS39 channel 39.1 on Oct. 21, according to the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

October 17th, 2014

Expert says streaming services could change TV
HBO and CBS has announced offering consumers their own stand-alone streaming services. A professor with IPFW’s Department of Communication said if more networks after streaming services, it can eventually shake up how the cable industry provides services.

October 18th, 2014

October 19th, 2014

IFPW soccer teams fall in conference games
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
The IPFW women's soccer team fell in its final home match against Summit League foe North Dakota State, 1-0, today while the men's team fell 2-0 in Denver in a conference match-up Saturday night.

October 20th, 2014

IPFW Police Look for Bike Thief
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
IPFW campus police are looking for a man in connection with a series of bike thefts from the university's student housing over fall break.

Mastodons hungry to reach NCAA tourney
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
IPFW, coming off a program-record 25 wins and the first postseason victory in school history, is considered by many to be the class of the Summit League, hence the league-high 13 of 30 first-place votes it received.