The story was different this year. This time, the women’s basketball team was the underdog in the Atlantic Ten Conference. But, with a ruthless tear through the league, the Owls (19-11, 12-2 A-10) managed to
Nestled deep within the halls on the third floor of 1300 residence hall on Cecil B. Moore, Temple men’s basketball coach Fran Dunphy’s voice could be heard as half-asleep students made their way to class
Drexel Record: 17-11, 12-5 Colonial Athletic Association, 2-1 Big 5 The Dragons trailed by 11 points in the second half of the game against George Mason, but were able to upset the Patriots, 62-58 Sunday
Drexel Record: 12-19 overall. 5-13 Colonial Athletic Association The Dragons snapped their two-game losing streak with a win over James Madison, 70-67, Wednesday night, but fell short against Hofstra, 56-48 Saturday. Junior guard Tramayne Hawthorne
Mark Tyndale could sleep easily Sunday night. That wasn’t the case in January, when Saint Joseph’s erased an 11-point deficit and won the teams’ first matchup this season on a late three-pointer by Pat Calathes.
Temple coach Dawn Staley started her four seniors in Saturday’s game against Massachusetts, knowing the group has combined to go 95-31 over their four years with the Owls. Point guard Ashley Morris, guard Candice Borrows,
LaKeisha Eaddy didn’t want to wait her turn. The sophomore guard scored 16 points on 7-of-7 shooting, including two three pointers, for 16 points to lead the Owls to a 64-46 victory over visiting Massachusetts
Sophomore guard Ryan Brooks benefited most from senior guard Mark Tyndale’s lack of minutes against Charlotte Wednesday night. In the Owls’ 75-61 win over Charlotte, Tyndale played only 29 minutes and failed to reach double