Two of Northern Kentucky's best boys basketball teams saw their seasons cut short in the opening rounds of their respective regional tournaments on Wednesday night.
The Northern Kentucky University men’s soccer team fell to FC Cincinnati on Tuesday evening by a final score of 3-0 in front of a crowd of 1,497.
Northern Kentucky claimed its first Horizon League regular season conference championship on Sunday, beating IUPUI in Indianapolis, 75 to 56.
Some close games and some blowouts took place Friday night as boys basketball district titles were claimed ahead of next week's regionals.
Northern Kentucky claimed at least a share of the Horizon League regular season title on Friday night, beating Illinois-Chicago on the road, 79 to 72.
Senior Night brought a big win for Northern Kentucky, as the Norse bounced back from Friday night's heartbreaker at Wright State.
Turfway Park will celebrates its history this week with Latonia Days, Friday and Saturday.
Northern Kentucky's time on top of the Horizon League was short-lived.
Five more people will be inducted into the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Wednesday, February 19, at 1 p.m. at the Villa Hills Civic Club.
Saturday night was special at BB&T Arena where Northern Kentucky held off a feisty Green Bay on Homecoming night for its fifth straight win, all in front of the second-largest crowd since NKU b
Northern Kentucky picked up its fourth straight win Thursday night, holding off Milwaukee 54 to 52 at BB&T Arena.
The Norse are now 18-7 overall and 11-2 in the Horizon League.
Twelve games into the Horizon League season, Northern Kentucky has ten wins against conference foes including three straight overall and six in a row on the road.
Drew McDonald led Northern Kentucky to its second straight win Thursday night, 95 to 85 at Youngstown State.