HAMMOND & WESTVILLE, Ind. – Purdue Northwest Athletics wants to recognize and congratulate all of its former student-athletes who graduated over the weekend. The new graduates are listed below along with the type of degree they received. Good luck to all of our graduates as they move on to the next chapters of their lives. Thank you for everything you did for Pride Athletics!
Westville, Ind. – Celebrating the academic achievements of many of its student-athletes who made the Dean’s List during the 2016-17 academic year, Purdue Northwest Athletics held its annual Dean’s List Breakfast Friday at the James B. Dworkin Student Services & Activities Complex in Westville, Ind.
Hammond, Ind. & Westville, Ind. – Opening with a four-game weekend series against University of Wisconsin-Parkside on March 3-4 at Dowling Park in Hammond, the Purdue Northwest baseball team recently announced its 2018 schedule on the PNW Athletics website.
HAMMOND & WESTVILLE, Ind. - Corporate sponsor Northwestern Mutual of Crown Point is proud to announce that Purdue Northwest junior baseball player Austin Kordik (West Chicago, Ill./Community) was named the Northwestern Mutual Scholar-Athlete of the Game during Saturday's volleyball match at the Fitness & Recreation Center in Hammond, Ind.
Hammond, Ind. & Westville, Ind. – Partnering with Special Olympics of Lake County Indiana, the Purdue Northwest Athletics Department will host “The Pride Spooktacular” on Monday, October 30, at Dowling Park in Hammond, Ind. The special event runs from 4 to 6 p.m. and is open to the general public.
HAMMOND, Ind. & WESTVILLE, Ind. – For the second straight year, the Purdue University Northwest Athletics Department will host its annual Fall Sports Festival at Dowling Park in Hammond, Ind. The Fall Sports Festival, which takes place on Saturday, Sept. 9, from 12 to 4 p.m., will feature six different Pride teams competing on their respective fields.
HAMMOND, Ind. & WESTVILLE, Ind. – No. 7 on the PNW Top Moments of 2016-17 list goes to the Purdue University Northwest baseball team, who knocked off No.1 seed Judson University in the CCAC Postseason Tournament on May 6.