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Freshmen aim to better 8th-place finishes

The first meet of the indoor track and field season is still a couple weeks away, but the Owls are preparing themselves to be a top contender in the Atlantic Ten Conference not only this year, but also for the long haul.…

Double overtime win caps season

The men’s soccer team gave its fans an ending to remember Sunday against Massachusetts in the final game of the season. Freshman midfielder Brian Weinhardt scored the game’s only goal in the second overtime period, snapping Temple’s five-game losing streak with a 1-0 win at Ambler Field.…

Shut out on Senior Day

This wasn’t the ending seniors Kersha Walker, Debbie Painter and Kelly Lare imagined happening on Senior Day. The women’s soccer team didn’t have enough fight to overcome St. Bonaventure Sunday at Ambler Field, losing 3-0.…

Third straight defeat a shutout

The women’s soccer team faced heavy offensive pressure from the onset of its game against LaSalle Sunday and never recovered. The Explorers found themselves on top two minutes and 34 seconds into the game, courtesy of a goal by Kristen Hextall.…

Roughed up at St. Joe’s

Whether it was the physical play of Saint Joseph’s or a litany of questionable calls by the refereeing crew, the men’s soccer team could not muster a victory. The Hawks defeated the Owls, 1-0, at Finnesey Field Saturday night, spoiling the Owls’ Atlantic Ten Conference opener and dropping them to 4-5-1 overall.…

Despite fight, shutout again

The women’s soccer team can fight. This theory proved itself Sunday at Ambler Field against Atlantic Ten Conference opponent Charlotte, but the Owls didn’t have enough fight to overcome the 49ers, losing 1-0.…

Layoff ends Saturday

By the time Atlantic Ten Conference play begins, the men’s soccer team will have had plenty of time to prepare. When the Owls play a home game against city-rival La Salle Saturday, Nine days will have passed since their latest game, a 2-0 win against Philadelphia University on Sept.…