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Galette thriving in new position

When Junior Galette was asked to make a significant position switch over the offseason, he abided without any hesitation. While some players might have been skeptical of such a conversion, Galette took on coach Al Golden’s mission, switching from linebacker to defensive end.…

No one upset in Maryland

The field hockey team traveled to College Park, Md., Sunday to take on the Terrapins, and though they didn’t leave with a victory, they came away with valuable experience. The No.…

Delay can’t halt winning ways

The field hockey team waited over 90 minutes to start its game against Lafayette Saturday because the Leopards’ bus was involved in an accident. Nobody was injured, but it only took the Owls 70 minutes to send them back on the road.…

Lokey’s goal keys victory

The field hockey team asserted itself as a premier team Sunday, with a 1-0 road victory over No. 20 Syracuse at J.S. Coyne Stadium. The win marked the first time the Owls (4-2) had knocked off a nationally- ranked opponent since 2002, when they defeated No.…

Volleyball newcomers set eyes on A-10 East

Teams tabbed to contend for titles typically own a common trait: experience. That’s not the case for the volleyball team this season. The Owls, picked in an Atlantic Ten Conference coaches’ poll to finish first in the East Division, return just four players from last year’s squad, which finished 16-14 and captured the A-10 East crown.…

Striking out cancer

There are those genuine, charitable people of the world who make monetary donations, run marathons or even raise awareness for the perils of cancer. Then there is Tim Riley. The 25-year-old Temple graduate has immersed himself with a summer blended between baseball and cancer research fundraising.…