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Men's Basketball

Owls Lock up No. 2 Seed, Big 5 Win

Senior guard Chris Clark is familiar with winning decisive games at La Salle’s Tom Gola Arena. Four years ago, he registered 25 points in the 84-61 Saint Joe’s Prep victory over Cardinal Dougherty for the

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Web Exclusives

Flyers advance to battle Owls

The delay due to the leak at the start of Saturday’s games did not affect Dayton at all. In fact, the Flyers looked like they wanted to be responsible for creating more of a delay

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Sports

Spiders disappointed after loss to Owls

Who says a basketball game indoors can’t suffer a rain delay? Due to a leak in the roof of Saint Joseph’s Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse, the starts of all of Saturday’s Atlantic Ten Conference Tournament games

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Sports

Owls survive weather; Spiders

There was a rain delay. At a basketball game. Due to a leak in the roof of Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse, the women’s basketball team’s Atlantic Ten Conference Championship quarterfinal game with Richmond was delayed nearly

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Sports

Spiders set to take on Owls

If the final minute of a basketball game is thrilling, everything that happened in the previous 39 really doesn’t matter. Sure, the shooting was poor and the offense was sloppy throughout most of the first

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Women's Basketball

Waiting it out

Senior Lady Comfort and the rest of the women’s basketball team have always been kept well-aware of scores around the Atlantic Ten Conference. But the 6-foot-2 center acknowledged that she and her teammates need to

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Women's Basketball

Seeking redemption

The women’s basketball team doesn’t want to revisit the pain of last season’s Atlantic Ten Conference Championship. In fact, they really can’t afford to. Last year, the Owls entered the A-10 Tournament fairly confident that

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Men's Basketball

Juniors shine on Senior Night

Juniors Dionte Christmas and Sergio Olmos won’t feel the full impact of what Mark Tyndale, Chris Clark and Orlando Miller felt Wednesday night until next March. While that trio of seniors had to cope with