When Julius Brown was tabbed the Mid-American Conference’s top freshman in 2011-12, his coaches celebrated. Tod Kowalczyk and his University of Toledo staff also braced for a sobering reality. The flip side to having the league’s best young point
Defensive end KeenenGibbs ascends UT depth chart.
For five years, people of Israel flocked to computers to watch Naama Shafir play basketball in the United States. Shafir is now the fan staring into a screen. The wildly popular point guard, now playing professionally in Israel, watched her former
Through two games, Mud Hens hitters have more strikeouts than innings the team has played. And on Saturday, they played a whole bunch of innings. Toledo batters struck out 20 times, bringing their season total to 30 in a 3-2 loss to Louisville in
University of Toledo’s Jeremiah Detmer is not your typical collegiate placekicker. In winter conditioning drills, the 5-foot-8, 170-pound Detmer regularly beats receivers and defensive backs to the finish line. Once a week, he leads a Christian-
A new Midwest minor league football organization sought Toledo as one of its pioneering teams, but could not reach an agreement to lease the University of Toledo’s Glass Bowl stadium. Undeterred, organizers of Rivals Professional Football League
Pay raise sweetens his 3rd 2-year extension.
New linebackers coach Tyson Veidt has got some pipes.
Lineman’s dad instilled positive attitude before death.
Crunching numbers to make sense of on an often puzzling season, University of Toledo women’s coach Tricia Cullop arrived at two conclusions. Injuries undermined the Rockets from the beginning to the end of a 16-16 campaign. Four players missed at