Spring 2020: Athletics Updates

Football The Greyhounds capped another successful football season with a program first: a third consecutive NCAA Division II postseason berth. UIndy ran off seven straight wins to start the season, including a 49-6 victory in front of nearly 8,000 fans during Homecoming. They went on to finish the regular season at 9-1 before dropping a first-round playoff game at Central […]

Read more

Pioneering Legacy Dr. Sue Willey Announces Retirement

whiley_hof_banquet___0602

After 45 years of service as a leader, administrator, and coach, Dr. Sue Willey ’75, vice president of intercollegiate athletics, announced her decision to retire effective September 1, 2020. As the search gets underway for Dr. Willey’s successor, the University recognizes her legacy. Under Dr. Willey’s leadership, University of Indianapolis athletic programs and facilities have seen tremendous growth. The number […]

Read more

Fall 2019: Athletics Updates

NBA Champion: Greyhound Jordan Loyd Wins Title with Raptors Former University of Indianapolis men’s basketball star Jordan Loyd became the first alum to win an NBA championship when the Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors in June. The victory also brought the Raptors’ first league trophy in franchise history. “For Jordan to be on the biggest stage in basketball,” […]

Read more

One Era Ends, A New One Begins

img_5827

The University of Indianapolis Athletic Department saw seismic change in 2018, first with the retirement of Gary Vaught, head coach of the baseball program for the past 24 years, and more recently with the announcement that Bob Bartolomeo, head coach of the football program, would retire after nine years with the Greyhounds and more than 40 total seasons on the […]

Read more

Spring 2019: Sports Highlights

  ACADEMIC HONORS The Greyhounds impressed in the classroom, with UIndy’s 600+ student-athletes combining for a 3.24 GPA. A league-high 306 Hounds earned Academic All-GLVC accolades (3.3 GPA or higher), including 19 who maintained a perfect 4.0 throughout the 2017-18 year. UIndy also brought home five GLVC Scholar Athlete of the Year awards and five Academic All-America honors, while senior […]

Read more

Summer 2018: Sports Highlights

A Record-Breaking Year The 2017-18 academic year proved to be historic for the Greyhounds, including a second women’s golf national championship in four years and a seventh consecutive GLVC All-Sports Trophy. UIndy also acheived conference championships at a record-breaking pace. The Hounds earned eight GLVC titles on the year–good not only for a school record, but also a conference mark–while […]

Read more

Fall semester sports highlights

Football The team clinched a fourth straight Great Lakes Valley Conference title, becoming the first Greyhound squad to win four straight conference crowns. UIndy was led by a strong senior class that finished its tenure with the most wins in program history over any four-year period. After closing out the regular season with nine straight wins, the team held steady […]

Read more

Fall 2015 Sports Preview

Previews: Football The three-time defending-GLVC-champion UIndy football team kicks off the 2015 season with its earliest home opener since 2011—a Thursday night match-up versus in-region Saginaw Valley State on Sept. 3. Coming off a 9-2 record a year ago, the Greyhounds return 16 starters (nine offensive, seven defensive) this season, including senior wide receiver and 2014 GLVC Offensive Player of […]

Read more

Skillman gift to fund Nicoson Hall upgrade

Half-million dollars will underwrite new floor, lights, and more The University of Indianapolis’s successful basketball teams—including a men’s squad ranked #1 in the nation for a time this season—soon will have a renovated home, thanks to the generosity of a local businessman and philanthropist. Ray Skillman Auto Group has pledged $500,000 to replace the basketball floor and install more effective […]

Read more

2015 Spring Sports Update

Men’s Basketball For just the second time in program history, the UIndy men’s basketball team ascended to the No. 1 spot in the Division II coaches poll. After winning 17 straight games to start the season, the Hounds settled in for a two-week stay at the top of the D-II rankings, surpassing the 1996–97 team’s one-week run as the nation’s […]

Read more
1 2 3 5