The Indiana University School of Medicine will help oversee a three-year, $30 million concussion study being funded by the Indianapolis-based NCAA and the U.S. Defense Department.
Leaders of an effort to save Anderson’s iconic Wigwam gymnasium are working on a proposal that could extend a deadline for deciding on its possible demolition by a few months.
The cash-strapped Indianapolis Public Schools must provide more athletic opportunities for female students at six high schools to comply with Title IX, the U.S. Department of Education said Wednesday.
For 50 years, Pat Rady has been coaching basketball in Indiana. Love of the game doesn’t get much greater.
Indiana could soon become the first state to require high school football coaches to take part in a player safety and concussion-training course.
Two Indiana University School of Optometry professors are tackling diagnosis of one of the most difficult medical problems facing sports teams at every level: head injuries.
Award-winning filmmaker Ted Green, whose previous documentaries profiled John Wooden, Roger Brown and Indiana war veterans, found Bobby “Slick” Leonard has done basically everything there is to do in basketball.
For the first time in history, the Indiana High School Athletic Association's bylaws on recruitment are no longer being applied to high school students alone. With the passing of Bylaw 20-2, potential student-athletes as young as 10 could lose their high school eligibility if recruitment is found.
One week before Christmas, I found my spirits lifted and my soul inspired: We are much more about the good and light of this world than we are about the evil and dark.
The score was 107-2. I repeat: 107-2.
A federal consent decree in which 10 southeastern Indiana high schools agree to schedule girls and boys basketball games equally on Friday and Saturday nights sets a legal precedent for the entire state, one of the attorneys in the case said Tuesday.
Bill Simpson, famous for pioneering multiple advances in auto-racing safety, has turned his attention to a new sport. His new company, SGH Helmets, is making a football helmet that Simpson hopes will help prevent concussions.
Ray Compton, Mike Jansen and Bob Lovell are using their love of sports to produce and sell DVDs capturing high school sports seasons.
It’s funny in a way, too, when I hear folks from elsewhere trying to redefine those things that make/made us real Hoosiers.