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IWU Athletics is putting together a team of student-athletes and coaches who have promised to take the plunge on February 22nd. The Polar Plunge is an event which benefits the Special Olympics, an organization with which IWU has a … Continue reading
The 3rd Annual Tommy Awards will be held Monday, April 14th. Please make plans to be there to celebrate another great year of Titan Athletics!
In November, more than 100 student-athletes from IWU volunteered to help clean up in Washington, Illinois after a tornado heavily damaged the area.
On Saturday, September 14th, many IWU student-athletes helped with the 3rd Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. IWU women’s basketball coach Mia Smith was the captain for Team IWU, which had over fifty members. Many members of the … Continue reading
Welcome back to campus! It was great to see everyone at our student-athlete meeting on Sunday. That’s a lot of Titans in one place! We hope everyone has a semester! Go Titans! SAAC will be starting their bi-monthly meetings on … Continue reading
On Saturday, February 23, nearly thirty athletes from multiple teams participated in the Bloomington-Normal Polar Plunge. The plunge, which took place at chilly Miller Park Lake, benefits The Special Olympics.
The 2nd Annual State Farm Tommy Awards will be held Monday, February 15. A meal from Rosati’s will be served from 6-7pm. The awards portion of the night will begin around 7pm and last approximately an hour. More information will … Continue reading
The men’s and women’s basketball teams will celebrate the careers of four seniors on Saturday, February 10th. The women’s game begins at 5pm and the men’s game will follow thirty minutes after its conclusion. The men will say farewell to … Continue reading
IWU SAAC is excited to welcome Steve Hunsicker to campus on Sunday, February 10. Steve will be discussing the transition from college to the ‘real world’ and how to apply the college athletic experience to the workplace. See his bio … Continue reading