And to think, the third team All-MAC cornerback wanted to be called Eddie.
Six players make up Toledo's 2013-14 recruiting class and with playing time available at positions all over the court these incoming recruits have a chance to make a splash with the Rockets early.
It's not often a freshman is able to take the redshirt off and immediately contribute to the team. Then again, it's not often a freshman is 6'4" and runs like a bolt of lightning.
The Rockets may join Bowling Green, Kent State and Akron as the MAC schools licensed to sell liquor to the masses at sporting events.
De Alfredo, a Spanish guard who was rumored to be coming to the Rockets back in April, made it official today according to the University of Toledo.
Vinales, who attended Central Connecticut State last season, announced that he will be a Toledo Rocket late Sunday night. Vinales averaged 21.6 points per game last year and is originally from Detroit.
He went 35-0 as Toledo's starting quarterback, but the draconian rules of eligibility are keeping him out.
Former Rocket Courtney Ingersoll answers my questions about the women's basketball program at Toledo, this past season of MAC play and what it's like to talk about her old teammates on television.
Ohio State opted for Kevin McGuff over Tricia Cullop, which is a clear victory for the MAC. But if this were any other sport, the outcome would have been different.
The former productive Toledo wide receiver, fresh off recovering from a season-ending injury, is with his second NFL team. Who doesn't want a 5'10" wideout to succeed in the pros?
Tricia Cullop, 125-44 through five seasons with the Toledo Rockets, has signed a contract extension with the school that runs her deal through the 2012-22 season. WNWO's Will Kunkel was the...
The MAC's winningest basketball coach led the Rockets to four MAC regular season titles and three tournament appearances.
Illinois proved to be too much for the Rockets to handle in a 63 to 55 Toledo loss in the 3rd Round of the WNIT.
The three MAC teams remaining in all of basketball happen to be playing for a trip to the WNIT quarterfinals, where Toledo and Ball State have a chance to rematch each other.
Sigh. Do the MAC women have to do EVERYTHING around here? With the men struggling in postseason play, the women have compiled a 6-3 record for the conference.
Naama Shafir and Inma Zanoguera paved the way for the Toledo Rockets in their second WNIT win. The two players combined for 38 points against the Youngstown St. Penguins.
The Toledo Rockets won their first round WNIT matchup against the Butler Bulldogs by a score of 63 to 49. Naama Shafir paced UT with 17 points.