Chad Lindskog, C&P Top News

Chad Lindskog

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Recent:
  • C&P Top News
Past:
  • Indianapolis Star
  • News-Leader
  • The Star Press
  • Casper Star-Tribune
  • StarNewsOnline

Recent articles by Chad:

Lindskog: USI's new coach is a bridge to the glory days. That brings high expectations.

Already a USI Hall of Famer, Stan Gouard was the obvious choice as head coach. But he'll face high expectations. → Read More

Emmette Page is Evansville basketball's first commit under Todd Lickliter

The 6-foot-1 guard announced his commitment on Sunday night after UE offered him on Thursday. → Read More

Q&A: Broadcaster Brandon Gaudin using #Voices4Good during coronavirus outbreak

Evansville native Brandon Gaudin has no games to broadcast, so he's using his downtime to help feed the hungry. → Read More

Oakland City University moves to NAIA from NCAA Division II

Oakland City is the sixth school to move from the NCAA to NAIA in the past five years. → Read More

John Hall becomes third Evansville basketball player in NCAA transfer portal

John Hall played for four head coaches in his four years with the Purple Aces. → Read More

Umpires set to lose tens of thousands of dollars because of canceled games

Coronavirus shutdowns have left many out of work, including umpires after the NCAA canceled spring sports. → Read More

Art Labinowicz is second Evansville basketball player to enter transfer portal

Art Labinowicz announced Sunday he will not return to the University of Evansville. → Read More

Frontier League postpones start of 2020 season

The Frontier League will not start as planned and will announce a new Opening Day at a later date. → Read More

Evansville baseball, softball coaches reflect on seasons suddenly ending

UE had a softball/baseball doubleheader last Tuesday. Come Thursday, their seasons were over. → Read More

Elijah Dunham, Drew Ashley have grown into leaders for Indiana baseball program

Elijah Dunham and Drew Ashley, now juniors at IU, returned home for the first game at UE's new baseball field. → Read More

Evansville baseball excited for first game on newly renovated field Tuesday

UE's first game played on the newly renovated German American Bank Field is Tuesday against Indiana. → Read More

OVC commissioner: 'Absolutely tremendous' week in Evansville for 2020 tournament

It's better to compare the inaugural OVC tournament to this year's than the perfect storm Evansville saw in 2019. → Read More

The Aces competed until the final buzzer even though the season ended without an MVC win

Although the Aces ended the season on a 19-game skid, the adversity showed their true character. → Read More

Buzzer breakdown: Evansville loses to Valparaiso in MVC tournament first round

The Purple Aces came up just short, losing 58-55 on Thursday night. → Read More

Aces head to Missouri Valley Conference tournament with a fresh start on their minds

The Evansville Purple Aces hope to surprise this week despite a winless MVC campaign. → Read More

Get familiar with the Ohio Valley Conference before this week's tournament

A look at the favorites, top players with the OVC tournament returning to Ford Center this week. → Read More

Lindskog: Good riddance to the National Gridiron League, Indiana Firebirds

What was supposed to be Evansville's indoor football team has relocated to Dayton — if the league ever plays a down. → Read More

Who was your Turoni's High School Athlete of the Week?

This week's batch of nominees is a pretty stacked group. → Read More

Purple Aces drop regular-season finale to Illinois State, completing winless MVC campaign

Evansville finishes 0-18 in the Missouri Valley Conference after dropping Saturday's regular-season finale. → Read More

For Aces' lone senior K.J. Riley, another journey about to come to an end

The Purple Aces will celebrate their lone senior, K.J. Riley, on Saturday's Senior Day against Illinois State. → Read More