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Sports Rewind for 2/05

Crew Both the men’s and women’s tams learned Friday, Jan. 25 that the East Park Canoe House, which they used as a storage and changing facility, has been closed by Philadelphia’s City of Licenses and Inspections because of “severe structural problems.” The more than 80-year-old building, which is owned by the Fairmount Park Commission and is located on Kelly Drive near the Strawberry Mansion Bridge, also served as a home for the La Salle, Father Judge and North Catholic high school crew teams.…

Cole can carry the weight

Most people would assume that an athlete who’s also a psychology major would have a mental edge against her competitors. Instead of psyching out her opponents, however, Temple junior thrower Amanda Cole psyched out herself at last year’s Atlantic Ten Conference Indoor Track Championship in Kingston, R.I.…

New Berks ticket booth eliminates surcharge

Many changes coming to local public transportation authorities could have a big impact on how Temple students travel. Following the lead of other Philadelphia-area colleges, Temple and SEPTA have reached an agreement to open a ticket office on Berks Street between Ninth and 10th streets at the foot of the university’s train platform.…

Lokey ends career as All-American

There is a scene in the movie Forrest Gump where President John F. Kennedy asks Forrest, “How does it feel to be an All-American?” Now Alli Lokey, a senior midfielder on the field hockey team, can answer that question, too.…

Palestra documentary to hit local stations

For the first time in its 80-year existence, the storied history of The Palestra is coming directly into the homes of local television viewers. Mikaelyn Austin’s documentary, The Palestra: Cathedral of Basketball, will make its local television debut on Friday, Nov.…

Win evens conference record

Conference games. They are the crucial, make-or-break part of a team’s season. Win a lot of them and you can punch your ticket to postseason play. Lose, and you’ll get left behind in the dust.…

Knocked back down

After opening the season 3-0-1 to get off to its best start since 1992, the women’s soccer team has now dropped two straight following a 1-0 shutout loss against Villanova on Sunday.…

Coach says strong start key to success

Despite finishing 4-14 last year, the women’s soccer team enters the new season full of optimism. “All we want is a chance to prove to everyone that even after last year we can contend,” senior forward Kelly Lare said.The Owls opened the season strong, playing to a scoreless tie and a 3-2 victory last weekend while competing in the Hilton Inn Garden Classic, held in Flagstaff, Ariz.…