Greyhound sports: Spring 2014

Men’s basketball The UIndy men’s basketball team enjoyed one of its best seasons this year. The Greyhounds captured the 2014 GLVC East Division title while notching their third straight 20-win season and securing a fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth—all program firsts. The team’s primary strengths came from its up-tempo play and willingness to share the basketball. In mid-March, UIndy ranked […]

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Winter 2014 sports update

Football team on track for success Winners of seven of their first eight games, the No. 10-ranked UIndy football team is gearing up for the first round of the NCAA Division II Championships in 2013. Last season, the Greyhounds made their first postseason appearance since 1975 and first since joining Division II; UIndy earned the No. 4 seed and ousted […]

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Fall 2013 sports update

Can volleyball squad repeat success? A new face will patrol the sidelines of Ruth Lilly Center during volleyball matches this fall, but expect to see plenty of similarities when the Greyhounds’ 2013 edition takes the court. Jason Reed steps in as the new head coach to replace two-time national coach of the year Jody Rogers, who is now leading Virginia […]

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Greyhounds boogie at marathon to raise money for Riley

Eight UIndy sports teams volunteered at UIndy for Riley’s annual Dance Marathon on January 19, helping the organization raise more than $6,000 for Riley Hospital for Children. The annual Dance Marathon event is the largest fundraiser of the year for UIndy for Riley, which is dedicated to raising funds for the hospital. The group’s goal for the year was $6,000, […]

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Spring 2013 sports update

GLVC Scholar Athlete In February UIndy junior Klay Fiechter found out that he was one of seven student-athletes from the fall sports to be named as a 2012–13 Great Lakes Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Fiechter, a running back and return specialist on the UIndy football squad that captured the inaugural GLVC Championship this past fall, was a unanimous […]

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Longtime prof elected to GLVC Hall of Fame

The Great Lakes Valley Conference announced in January that retired administrator and professor Dr. Ken Borden has been elected for induction into the GLVC Hall of Fame. “I’ve always said that the GLVC is the best conference in Division II, so I’m very priviliged and honored to be elected to the Hall of Fame, especially knowing the caliber of people […]

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Tracking success

UIndy’s Athletics & Recreation Center soared to international fame last year when it hosted practice sessions for the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants, but now it is realizing its true destiny. The football field that once filled the center’s 68,000-square-foot air-supported dome has long since been replaced with field sports amenities and a six-lane track that’s been enjoyed throughout […]

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Fall semester 2012 sports update

After notching their first-ever nine-win season and winning the inaugural Great Lakes Valley Conference football championship on Nov. 10, the cherry on the top came when the Greyhounds (10-2, 8-0 Great Lakes Valley) secured their first-ever NCAA Division II playoff berth when the pairings were announced by the NCAA Division II Football Committee on Nov. 11. The nationally ranked No. […]

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London games—prep for Rio?

Greyhound swimmer Dalton Herendeen returned from his adventure in the 2012 London Paralympic Games on September 10 and was welcomed home by friends and teammates. A sophomore physical therapy major, Herendeen was chosen to represent Team USA in this year’s Paralympics and swam five individual events. “Just being there was awesome. Olympic Village and all the noise, meeting people from […]

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Playoffs!

When UIndy earned its first-ever NCAA Division II playoff appearance, the campus was in a mood to celebrate. Nov. 16, the day before the #18 Greyhounds’ Key Stadium playoff game against the #8 Midwestern State Mustangs of Texas, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard (left) joined in a UIndy pep rally. President Rob Manuel (top) took a turn at the sledgehammer to […]

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