BLOOMINGTON – The Indiana Hoosiers added graduate transfer Khameron Taylor to their football roster, they announced Wednesday.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound tight end from South Alabama provides experience behind starter Peyton Hendershot. Taylor will be eligible to play immediately after graduating this month.
Taylor started nine games last season and caught two passes for 18 yards and one touchdown. In 2018, he had five catches for 67 yards.
A's haven't paid rent for Coliseum
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Indiana Tech baseball had eight players named to the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference All-Academic Team, the Warriors announced. The team is reserved for juniors and seniors who have a 3.25 GPA or higher. Landon Bloir, Alex Coan, Christian De Los Santos, Martin Eckard, Andrew Hammond, Ben Lambert, Billy Lanman and Reese Olden were honored. Coan was the program's WHAC Champions of Character Team representative. The Tech softball team had seven players – Ashley Alvey, Karsyn Kitchen, Ali LeNoue, Emily Martin, Paige Miller, Amanda Shonka and Nicolle Sierra – on the All-Academic Team, while Kitchen, a Bishop Dwenger graduate, was the Champions of Character honoree. ...
Purdue Fort Wayne men's golfer Parker Deakyne was named to the Summit League's Academic All-League team, the conference announced. Deakyne, a business management major, has a 3.89 cumulative GPA following his junior year.
NFL reinstates Aldon Smith
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LPGA won't have qualifying events
The LPGA Tour will not have its qualifying events at the end of the year, deciding Wednesday to keep the same roster of players it has on all of its tours.
Ex-WWE wrestler's body discovered
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