PFW Softball Team Sweeps Doubleheader in Detroit

On Apr. 20 the Mastodons beat Detroit Mercy in a doubleheader. The final score for game one was 3-2 which finished in the sixth inning.

Detroit took a the lead with a score on a wild pitch in the first inning.

At the bottom of the sixth inning Brooke Wintlend hit a three run home run for a go-ahead run. Bailey Manos and Gwen McMenemy scored making the score 3-1.

In the bottom of the seventh, Detroit had the game tying run on second and the winning run on plate, but they struck out.

Game two of the double header final score was 13-5.

Grace Hollopeter led the game off with a home run, which was her third of the weekend. Detroit came back with two runs giving them the lead.

In the second inning the Mastodons had six runs. Brooke Lickey and Wintlend both homered in the second.

The fourth inning is when Detroit started to make a comeback with a three-run homer. The Mastodons answered with two runs in the fifth.

First at bat in the sixth Hollopeter homered again giving the Mastodons double-digits on the scoreboard.

Kayla Roberts struck out two in the game and got her second win of the season with a 4.2 IP.

PFW improves to 12-29 and Detroit Mercy falls to 3-33. The Mastodons resume play on Friday, Apr. 26 at noon in Green Bay.

PFW Softball Team Wins Against Detroit

On Apr. 19 the Mastodons beat the Detroit Mercy in the sixth inning. The final score was 9-0.

Grace Hollopeter started the game off with a home run in the first inning. In the fourth inning the Mastodons added three more runs. Two were from wild pitches.

In the fifth Brooke Wintlend gave the Mastodons their second home run of the night bringing the score to six to zero.

Alanah Jones had an amazing performance with 14 K’s. 12 of them were consecutive. Jones was also 2-for-2 from the batters box.

The two teams meet again for a Saturday doubleheader on Apr. 20.

PFW Hosts Flo Rida!

For the 2024 Spring Beats, Grammy-nominated artist Flo Rida is coming to PFW. The concert is on Friday, Apr. 26 at the Gates Sports Center. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m.

The pre show party begins at 4 p.m. in Walb Union, International Ballroom with DJ Key Low. There will be food, nonalcoholic beverages, a photo booth, games, and a dance floor.

Concerts tickets went on sale Wednesday, Apr. 24 at 1:30 p.m. online, in person at the Schatzlein Box Office in the Music Center, and by phone at 260-481-6555. To purchase a ticket you must have a valid Mastodon Card or IUFW student ID number.

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PFW Baseball Team Went 1-1 in Doubleheader at Oakland

The Mastodons faced Oakland on Apr. 13 for a doubleheader. The final score for game one was 11-6.

The Mastodons got on the board with a two-run home run at the top of the second inning from Ben Higgins.

At the top of the third inning the Mastodons took a seven zero lead over Oakland. Jacob Walker led off with scoring from second base. Grant Thoroman stole home and scored. After a reach on error, Nick Sutherlin scored on Cade Fitzpatrick triple, which Higgins also scored on.

Oakland scored at the bottom of the fourth, but Jackson Micheels hit a home run in the top of the fifth keeping the Mastodons in a big lead. PFW ends up scoring twice in the seventh and once more in the top of the ninth.

In game two the Mastodons fall short to Oakland. The final score was eight to three.

The Mastodons took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first after Walker score off of Thoroman’s single. Oakland scored three times at the bottom of the first.

Oakland had a four point lead, but at the top of seventh Higgins homered cutting the lead to two. Oakland expanded the lead with three more runs in the eighth.

After the doubleheader PFW is now 13-21. Oakland improves to 17-17.

PFW Baseball Team Sweeps Northern Kentucky in Doubleheader

The Mastodons faced Northern Kentucky on Apr. 6 for a doubleheader. The final score for game one was 4-3 (10 innings).

The game started off slow for both teams. The Mastodons scored once in the second inning. Northern Kentucky started making a comeback scoring three times. PFW ended up scoring twice in the bottom half of the eighth inning. PFW’s Justin Osterhouse knot the game up with a two-out RBI double at the ending of the eighth.

Nick Sutherlin’s walk-off home run gave the Mastodons the victory in the 10th inning.

For game two of the day Carter Sabol leads the Mastodons in a 4-3 win over NKU. Sabol allowed one hit with nine strikeouts.

The Mastodons scorers for game two were Sutherlin in the fourth giving PFW a 1-0 lead. Jacob Walker and Grant Sawa scored in the fifth. The lead was 3-0 at the end of the fifth. Ben Higgins scored at the bottom of the eighth. PFW held NKU scoreless until the top of ninth.

The Mastodons improve to 12-18 and Northern Kentucky falls to 19-11.

PFW Women’s Basketball Team Loses in Super 16

The Mastodons season ends in the Super 16 of the WNIT. The final score from Friday’s, Mar. 29, game against Saint Louis was 82-78.

This was a very tight game from the beginning. Saint Louis took a quick 7-0 lead in the first quarter, but the Mastodons came back quickly. The game was all tied up at halftime.

The second half of the game was close. After Renna Schwieterman made free throws, the Mastodons were down by two with 55 seconds left in the game. Saint Louis ended up scoring the next possession gaining a four point lead. The Mastodons came up short on the next possession sealing the win for Saint Louis.

The Mastodons finish their season 23-13 which is their most wins as a Division I program.

Amellia Bromenschenkel lead the Mastodons in scoring with 27 points and 14 rebounds for the night.

Shayla Sellers career as a Mastodon comes to an end. She finished top 10 in points and sixth in rebounds in the program’s history. She averaged 11.4 points for the 2023-2024 season.

Mastodons Guard Shayla Sellers

Saint Louis improves to 19-18 and will play in the WNIT Great 8.

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Falls Short in Championship Game

On Wednesday Mar. 27, PFW lose to Norfolk State. The final score was 75-67.

The Mastodons started the game off well leading by 17 points with 2:03 left in the first half. By halftime the Spartans cut the lead to 10 points.

With 11:40 left in game the Spartans took the lead after a made three pointer. They remained in the lead for the rest of the game.

The Mastodons had four players who scored double digits. Anthony Roberts had 18 points, Rasheed Bello finished with 13 points, Quinton Morton-Robertson had 12 points all coming from three pointers, and Eric Mulder 10 points.

The Mastodons finish the season with 23 wins!

PFW Women’s Basketball Team Win Big Against Cincinnati

In the second round of the WNIT the Mastodons blow out Cincinnati. The final score was 84-58.

The Mastodons started the game off well with a 9-2 run. They led by 18 points at halftime.

To end off the third quarter, Audra Emmerson hit a half-court shot putting the Mastodons up 70-43. Emmerson finished the night with 11 points.

All five Mastodons starters finished the night with double digit scoring. Shayla Sellers finished with 22 points with 8-18 shooting from the field. Destinee Marshall had 13 points, Amellia Bromenschenkel finished with 12 points, and Jazzlyn Lindo had 10 points.

The Mastodons shot 44.8% from the field and held Cincinnati to 34.7%. PFW improves to 23-12 and Cincinnati falls to 14-18.

The Mastodons are headed to the Super 16 on Friday Mar. 29 to play against Saint Louis.

This is a PFW home game at Gates Sports Center at 7 p.m. The first 200 students get in free and will receive free popcorn.

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Beats Tartelon State Texans

The Mastodons win against the Texans on Monday Mar. 25 in a close game. The final score was 73-72.

In the first half of the game the Mastodons were down by 11, but cut the lead to five points at the half.

PFW made their comeback in the second half. Rasheed Bello’s three-pointer tied the game at 50 with 10:19 left. The Mastodons were lead by as much as nine points with four minutes left in the game, but the Texans went on a run and retook the lead with 46 seconds left.

After the Texans made free throws, they led by one point 30 seconds left in the game. Eric Mulder ended up hitting a game winner to send the Mastodons to the CIT Championship Game.

All five PFW starters finished the night with double digits scoring. Bello led the Mastodons in scoring with 21 points with 9-13 shooting from the field. Anthony Roberts hit 2,000 points for his NCAA career.

The Mastodons improved to 23-12 and the Texans fall to 25-10.

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Wins a Close Game at Bowling Green

On Wednesday Mar. 20, the Mastodons beat Bowling Green in The 2024 Postseason Tournament. The final score was 77-75!

The first half of the game was close until the Mastodons went on a 20-4 run ending the half with a 12 point lead. Anthony Roberts capped it off went a dunk right before the buzzer.

In the second half Bowling Green started to make a comeback. With 8:50 left in the game they led by two points.

After a missed free throw from Bowling Green the game was tied 75-75 with 37 seconds left in the game. Eric Mulder made a layup with 15 seconds left giving the Mastodons the win.

The Mastodons had four players who scored double-digits. Corey Hadnot II finished with 10 points, Rasheed Bello had 11 points and two steals, Roberts had 17 points, and Jalen Jackson ended the night with 18 points and six rebounds. Jackson also took home MVP Honors.

The Mastodons improve to 22-12 with the win and Green Bay falls to 20-12