Fran Dunphy paid a visit to the Virgin Islands last January. No, it wasn’t a brief getaway during the middle of a hectic basketball season.It was all business. Dunphy was there to scout Craig Williams,
The next Mardy Collins could be in Fran Dunphy’s backyard this weekend.And the men’s basketball coach doesn’t want an opportunity like that to slip through his grasp. Dunphy will be on campus all weekend, when
The men’s basketball team had a glaring weakness last season – the lack of an inside presence. While piecing together his first full recruiting class, coach Fran Dunphy has worked to solidify the Owls’ interior.
After years of flying under the national radar, Kamesha Hairston finally got her moment in the sun Wednesday. Hairston became the second-ever Temple player to join the WNBA when the Connecticut Sun selected her 12th
Another Owl will likely enter the professional ranks of the WNBA Wednesday. Kamesha Hairston is a “contender to go in the first round” of the WNBA Draft, according to WNBA.com. The 6-foot forward from Toledo,
Another Owl has landed in the WNBA. Kamesha Hairston became the second-ever Temple player to join the ranks of the WNBA when the Connecticut Sun selected her 12th overall Tuesday afternoon. Hairston joins Candice Dupree,
The rumors were out there. Several high-profile colleges – including Texas and Florida – would need to find a new women’s basketball coach during the offseason and Dawn Staley’s name was being thrown into the
Nobody will steal Dawn Staley from Temple any time soon. Staley, a Philadelphia native and former WNBA All-Star, reached an agreement on a six-year contract extension to remain the women’s basketball coach, Director of Athletics