— Rienk Mast posted 17 points as Bradley topped Valparaiso 71-56 on Wednesday night.
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— Ben Krikke had 21 points and his final two on a jumper with six seconds left lifted Valparaiso past Indiana State 75-73 on Saturday.
— Kevion Taylor had a season-high 22 points as Valparaiso edged past Northern Iowa 83-80 in overtime on Wednesday night.
— Isiaih Mosley scored 32 points on 13-for-21 shooting and Missouri State beat Valparaiso 74-57 on Saturday for their second straight win.
— Braden Norris scored nine of his 23 points in the second overtime and Loyola Chicago never trailed in the final session and beat Valparaiso 81-74 on Tuesday night.
— Marcus Domask tossed in 23 points to guide Southern Illinois to a 63-60 victory over Valparaiso in Missouri Valley Conference play on Saturday night.
— Noah Carter matched his season high with 20 points as Northern Iowa defeated Valparaiso 92-65 on Wednesday night.
— Ben Krikke had 18 points to lead five Valparaiso players in double figures as the Beacons turned back Illinois State 81-76 in overtime in Missouri Valley Conference play on Sunday.
— Kobe King had 19 points as Valparaiso easily defeated William & Mary 88-66 on Wednesday.
— Kevion Taylor scored 18 points as Valparaiso topped Eastern Michigan 67-55 on Monday night. Ben Krikke added 17 points for Valpo, while Trevor Anderson chipped in 15.
— Jahmir Young scored 26 points and made a layup with 20 seconds remaining to lead Charlotte to a 68-67 win over Valparaiso on Saturday.
Kobe King left Wisconsin under controversial circumstances in January 2020. He suited up again to play college basketball on Tuesday night for Valpo.
— Thomas Kithier registered 19 points as Valparaiso beat Western Michigan 71-60 on Sunday.
— Darnell Brodie had 14 points as Drake defeated Valparaiso 73-66 on Thursday night.
— Sheldon Edwards had a career-high 23 points as Valparaiso edged past Tulane 68-64 on Wednesday in the Nassau Championship.
— Essam Mostafa had 16 points as Coastal Carolina edged Valparaiso 64-61 at the Nassau Championship on Tuesday night.
— Ben Krikke matched his career high with 25 points as Valparaiso topped Jacksonville State 78-70 on Monday night.
— Brandon Angel scored a career-high 13 points, Noah Taitz added 11 and Stanford defeated Valparaiso 74-60 on Wednesday night.
— Damaria Franklin had 23 points and 11 rebounds as Illinois-Chicago edged past Valparaiso 74-70 in overtime on Saturday.
— JT Shumate had 20 points as Toledo topped Valparaiso 69-61 on Tuesday night.
Beginning the 2021-22 academic year, Valparaiso University's athletic teams will be known as the 'Beacons' rather than the 'Crusaders.' The school shed its old nickname after saying it had been embraced by hate groups, like the KKK.
— Jacob Ognacevic came off the bench to score 19 points to carry Valparaiso to a 70-58 win over Indiana State on Saturday.
— Jake LaRavia had 22 points and 14 rebounds as Indiana State topped Valparaiso 58-43 on Friday night.
— Lance Jones had 21 points as Southern Illinois narrowly defeated Valparaiso 67-64 on Monday night.
— Jacob Ognacevic scored 15 points off the bench and Valparaiso survived a late turnover to defeat Southern Illinois 66-65 on Sunday.