Matthew VanTryon, Indianapolis Star

Matthew VanTryon

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent:
  • Indianapolis Star
Past:
  • The Tennessean
  • The Courier-Journal
  • USA TODAY
  • North Jersey News
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • The Star Press
  • Palladium-Item
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • WLTX
  • Sporting News

Recent articles by Matthew:

Who's the next Andrew Luck? Here are 10 QB prospects to watch in the 2020 class.

Here are 10 QB prospects to watch ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft. → Read More

Capt. Andrew Luck is coming home to mother and the farm. 'I shall battle no more.'

Andrew Luck retired. The Twitter account bearing his likeness has something to say. → Read More

5 things to know about Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett

Jacoby Brissett is the Colts' starting quarterback after Andrew Luck's retirement. → Read More

Why did Andrew Luck quit? Here's what the Colts quarterback says caused his retirement.

Here's why Colts quarterback Andrew Luck says he retired. → Read More

Andrew Luck booed by Colts fans as he leaves field after retiring

Andrew Luck retired, and he was booed by Colts fans as he left the field for the last time. → Read More

Andrew Luck's retirement shocked the sports world. These players quit in their prime, too.

Andrew Luck joins the likes of Barry Sanders, Jim Brown, Sandy Koufax and others to call it quits in their prime. → Read More

Pat McAfee on Andrew Luck retirement: 'I wish you would play longer.'

Andrew Luck is retiring, and his former teammate Pat McAfee is shocked. → Read More

Vote for the high school football top performer from Week 1

Indiana high school football is underway. Who had the best performance from Week 1? → Read More

Follow all the Week 1 Indiana high school football action with our live blog

High school football is back. The 2019 season is underway, and we've got you covered all night long. → Read More

Danville baseball coach Pat O'Neil beat cancer. He's ready to 'start living' again.

Pat O'Neil, an Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, was declared cancer-free Tuesday. → Read More

IU basketball fans react to Anthony Leal commitment on Twitter

IU basketball got a commitment from the state's top 2020 prospect Anthony Leal → Read More

Former Pacer Roy Hibbert joins 76ers in coaching role

The former Pacers player joins the 76ers as a player development coach. → Read More

A 'super loopy' Pacers fan only cared about Victor Oladipo after he got his wisdom teeth out

After he got his wisdom teeth out, this Pacers fan couldn't stop thinking about Victor Oladipo. → Read More

High school sports are right around the corner. Here's every date you need to know.

Here's when practices, games, tournaments and state finals are for every IHSAA sport. → Read More

Andrew Luck's calf injury isn't going away. We asked a doctor if Colts should be concerned.

Andrew Luck's calf injury isn't going away. Here's what a doctor thinks. → Read More

Indy Eleven has new ticket partner — here's what it means for fans

“We think this will enhance the fan experience but also make ticket options and strategies catered around what they best want." → Read More

Josh Bell needed a Home Run Derby pitcher. He called his friend, a lifelong minor leaguer.

When Josh Bell got the invitation to participate in the MLB Home Run Derby, Jon Schwind was his first phone call. He needed a pitcher. → Read More

Here are the 2019 IndyStar Sports Awards spring winners

Here are the 2019 IndyStar Sports Awards winners for spring sports. → Read More

After leaving 19-win Suns, T.J. Warren relishes chance with Pacers where 'every day matters'

One of the newest Pacers is looking forward to playing for a team where “every day is taken seriously.” → Read More

How is Victor Oladipo's rehab going and when will he be back? We asked a knee doctor.

Here's what a doctor thinks about how Victor Oladipo's recovery is going. → Read More