• Brad Evans leaves US camp because of tight right hamstring

    CHICAGO (AP) — Defender Brad Evans has left the U.S. national team training camp to rejoin the Seattle Sounders after coming out of Sunday’s 3-2 win over Iceland at halftime because of a tight right hamstring.

  • Eastern Illinois crushes NAIA-member St. Ambrose 101-59

    CHARLESTON, Ill. (AP) — Demetrius McReynolds scored 22 points with eight rebounds and Eastern Illinois crushed NAIA-member St. Ambrose 101-59 on Monday night.

  • World of Outlaws signs Sears and Craftsman as title sponsor

    HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. (AP) — The World of Outlaws received a major boost Monday when Sears and Craftsman announced a three-year deal to become title sponsor of the dirt track racing series.

  • Northern Iowa knocks off Southern Illinois 67-58

    CEDER FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Bennett Koch scored 22 points with 11 rebounds — both career highs — and Northern Iowa knocked off Southern Illinois 67-58 on Sunday.

  • IPFW keeps pace in Summit, beats Western Illinois 88-67

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Max Landis had 19 points and six assists and IPFW defeated Western Illinois 88-67 on Sunday to keep pace atop the Summit League.

  • Miami (Ohio) wins first MAC contest, tops N. Illinois, 72-59

    OXFORD, Ohio (AP) — Ali Barnes knocked down three straight 3-pointers to open the second half and spark Miami (Ohio) to a 72-59 win over Northern Illinois Saturday for the RedHawks’ first win in Mid-American Conference play this season.

  • White Sox eye AL Central, not Cubs, as their competition

    CHICAGO (AP) — To Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn, his team’s main competition comes from all across the AL Central, not across town from the Cubs.