Temple lost, 15-13, to top-seeded Richmond in the A-10s last Friday.
After a loss to La Salle last Friday put Temple in a win-and-get-in situation, the Owls claimed the final and fourth seed in the A-10 Tournament Sunday.
During the 2-2 stretch, Temple beat Princeton but lost to UMass.
The No. 9 Temple fencing team placed ninth at the NCAA Championships in Boston last week.
Senior Chelsea Rosiek has experienced a NCAA Tournament and a program-worst season. She will guide a young lacrosse team this year.
Last year’s lacrosse team finished a program-worst 4-12 and lost 10 consecutive games at one point, but Temple won four of its last six games and returned all but three players.
After finishing in fourth place in the Eastern College Athletic Conference last year, the men’s gymnastics team aims for another championship.
The Owls didn’t make a lot of noise in the A-10 Tournament last weekend, finishing in sixth place.
The Owls were on top of the conference last year, but this time around, things have changed. They’ve started the season 1-11 and are eliminated from the postseason.
Behind a young pitching staff and some big bats, the Owls have high expectations for the 2009 season.