Temple overcame its two-point first quarter to beat Iona College, 59-54, on Sunday in New Rochelle, New York.
Temple held Wagner College to 14 first-half points in its 70-36 win on Thursday at McGonigle Hall.
Playing with 10 men for the whole second half, Temple lost, 4-0, on Friday in Dallas to end its season.
After trailing by 21 at halftime, Temple cut its deficit to seven in the third quarter before losing to Rutgers, 84-67, at McGonigle Hall on Monday.
Temple ended the 2016-17 season with its first NCAA tournament appearance since 2011. But senior guard Alliya Butts, who averaged 15.5 points per game last season, will miss this year with a torn ACL.
Sophomore Michael Samnik has a 6-2 record since Sept. 23.
Ten players have scored for a team that is in fourth in The American with two games left.
After going down 1-0, the Owls three straight goals to beat Tulsa at Hurricane Stadium, 3-1, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Three of the team’s four leading scorers this season were born outside the United States.
Senior midfielder and forward Joonas Jokinen scored his first goal since Aug. 31, and junior midfielder Hermann Doerner scored his first goal of the season in Temple's 2-1 win against Cincinnati on Saturday at the Temple Sports Complex.