- Trustees approve $52.1 million for athletic renovations, extension for Brohm
- Purdue Football: Fans can see their Boilermakers take the field Saturday
- Boilermakers shine at NFL Combine
- Purdue Football: Spring practices are in session
- Purdue Football: Michael Alaimo enters transfer portal
- Purdue running back's concert will benefit the Black Student Union
- Purdue Football: Boilers announce spring game date
- Purdue football: Brohm announces four coaching changes
- Purdue athletes’ relationship blossoms into proposal
- Athletes respond to excessive force accusations on social media
Engineering professor Mark Lundstrom will be interim dean of the College of Engineering as of July 1 as current engineering dean Mung Chiang transitions into his new job as Purdue president, Purdue officials announced Thursday.
The eastern hellbender is a species that is a good indicator of healthy water habitats, and they are disappearing from rivers in Indiana — indicating, of course, declining water quality.
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Evan Austin, an assistant coach for the Purdue women's swimming team, took gold in the 50 meter butterfly swimming event Friday morning, a Purdue press release said.
The Purdue athletics department announced a partnership with Name, Image and Likeness advisory firm Altius Partners to expand its NIL program Wednesday afternoon.
About 95% of the Purdue football team is likely to be vaccinated, head coach Jeff Brohm said in a Monday press conference.
From a flag bearer to a wide assortment of medalists, Purdue athletics has been represented well in the Olympics.
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Five-star 2021 basketball recruit Harrison Ingram was set to announce his college commitment Friday afternoon. Boilermaker fans eagerly awaited his decision — Purdue, North Carolina, Michigan, Howard and Stanford were among his short list of schools.
In a Tuesday email message to supporters of Purdue sports, director of athletics Mike Bobinski announced the kickoff of a campaign to assist the department financially during the pandemic.
In a day full of Purdue athletics, the No. 17 volleyball team started the day with a 3-0 win over visiting No. 23 Michigan (19-9, 12-6) Saturday. The Boilers (20-7, 12-6) won, 25-17, 25-22 and 29-27. Next up is the 4 p.m., Purdue at Wisconsin football game (Badgers favored by 24), then an 8 …
College athletes strive for greatness daily in hopes of eventually playing a sport for their career, but their coaches make a healthy living of their own mentoring these young players.