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Men’s City Six Watch

Drexel Record: 10-15 overall, 3-10 Colonial Athletic Association The woeful Dragons split two conference games last week. Drexel lost its sixth straight game to visiting George Mason, 75-65, Thursday but defeated Towson, 65-51, Saturday afternoon.…

Overtime is Owls time

Massachusetts took 11 shots in overtime against Temple Sunday. They made only two. Temple, however, took 12 shots from the foul line, sinking 11. It was the Owls ability to get to the free throw line and pressure on the defensive side that led to a 16-6 advantage in the extra period and an 80-70 victory over the Minutemen (15-8, 4-5 Atlantic Ten Conference) Sunday afternoon at the Liacouras Center.…

Men’s basketball team hangs on for overtime win against UMass

Captains are selected to lead the team vocally, and on the court. The Owls’ captains did just that today against Massachusetts. Senior Mark Tyndale had 20 points, including a perfect 10-for-10 from the free throw line, while senior Chris Clark nailed a huge three-pointer with 1:12 left in the second half to force overtime in the Owls’ 80-70 victory over the Minutemen.…

Big men help lead men’s basketball team to victory

The big men came to play. And so did the little guy. With a career-high 19 points from freshman forward Lavoy Allen, 10 points from junior center Sergio Olmos and a career-high 17 points from senior guard Chris Clark, the men’s basketball team defeated George Washington, 93-80, at the Liacouras Center Sunday afternoon.…

Inconsistent defense

St. Joseph’s Pat Calathes said he could hear Temple coach Fran Dunphy barking out instructions over the muddled noise of more than 10,000 fans at the Liacouras Center Saturday night. “I heard coach yelling at them from the opposite end, ‘Guard Calathes, guard Calathes,'” the Hawks senior forward said.…

Men’s basketball team can’t let Hawks loss linger

The men’s basketball team’s loss to Saint Joseph’s Saturday was nothing short of a heartbreaker.Pat Calathes’ three-pointer with five seconds remaining was, no doubt, a blow to the gut of a Temple team that appeared it might finally overcome its struggles against the Hawks.But in those quick, final five seconds the Owls showed off a poise they haven’t had in recent years.…