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Mid-Con Conference Preview

November 3rd, 2006
Favorite: IUPUI. Player of the Year: Caleb Green. Conference Rank: 25th

Mid-Con Preseason Poll & All-Conference

October 19th, 2006
IUPUIMid-Con coaches pick Oral Roberts as their favorite.

Ghost of Mid-Con Past: Best Valpo Moments

September 15th, 2006

Sure the 2006-2007 college basketball season has yet to begin. But, some things are already a given for when it ends come March, or if your lucky even April. And one of those things is that the Mid-Continent Conference is about to look a whole lot different.

And no, it is not just because IPFW, North Dakota State and South Dakota State have already packed their bags in anticipation of moving in on July 1st of next year. It is instead because one of the long time tenants of the Mid-Con hotel is saying bye bye.

So the Valparaiso Crusaders prepare to ride off into the sunset, away from the Mid-Continent Conference and into the open hands of their Midwestern rivals of the Horizon League. Let us take this time to pause and look back at the five biggest moments for Valpo since they became a founding member of the Mid-Con in 1982.

IPFW to Join Mid-Continent Conference

August 31st, 2006
IPFW

IPFW athletic department officials held a 3 p.m. news conference yesterday to announce that the school has been officially offered a spot in the Mid-Continent Conference effective for the 2007-2008 school year and athletic season. Mid-Con commissioner Tom Douple made the announcement in the packed ballroom of the Walb Student Union on the school’s Fort Wayne, Indiana campus.

“We had put so much effort into this and we had worked so hard to get it done this time that it was so great to hear those words you’re in,” said Mark Pope, the school’s Athletic Director.

Pope was given the news by Chancellor Michael Wartell in the morning and had to prepare for the news conference later in the day.

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