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Mastodon tracks

  • Men's golf signs recruit
    Zionsville's Clark Tiller has signed to play for the Mastodons next season, coach Billy King announced.
  • IPFW volleyball players honored
    IPFW sophomore Andy Sellan was named to the All-MIVA first team while Eddie Rivera and Omar Rivera were each named to the second team, the sssociation announced Wednesday.
  • IPFW volleyball sweeps Lindenwood
    No. 14 IPFW men’s volleyball defeated Lindenwood University 3-0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-18) at the Gates Center on Saturday.

Yearby's big day

In case you haven't seen IPFW's 6-foot-6 forward Deilvez Yearby yet, you should.Seriously.I guess the reason I'm singling him out is because he came close to a triple-double in Saturday's 78-69 victory over Missouri-Kansas City at the Coliseum.It's not the 12 points or the 10 rebounds that makes him unique, but he had nine blocks, which set a new school record, breaking his old record of seven.What Yearby does on a basketball floor - whenever he chooses to do it - no one else can compare, at least for IPFW.He's the kind of player who can block the shot, retain possession, race down floor and finish with a dunk.What drives IPFW coach Dane Fife nuts about Yearby, though, is that he also committed six turnovers Saturday.Still, the kid's got talent. And when he wants to be spectacular, there is no one else in the Summit League like him.