Sports

Peddy pushes Owls past St. Joseph’s

Junior guard Shey Peddy led the women’s basketball team on both sides of the court against Atlantic Ten Conference rival St. Joseph’s, in a very physical 53–43 win. Peddy, who put up a game-high 19 points on 6-of-13 shooting to go along with five steals, was the catalyst for a Temple team that struggled to make baskets and was forced to scratch a claw for every point.…

Women’s basketball starts conference play

The Owls have started 3–0 in the Atlantic Ten. While most of Temple’s student body was enjoying winter break with family and friends, the women’s basketball team was hard at work taking care of business.…

Owls pummel Pioneers

The hockey team defeated William Paterson, 6–3. William Paterson outshot the hockey team, 43 to 24, controlled the puck for most of the game and was consistently on the attack. However, the Owls took advantage of every open opportunity.…

Freshmen fuel gymnastics

Only three seniors participated in the 2011 season opener. The women’s gymnastics team opened its 2011 campaign with a solid showing at the Lindsey Ferris Invitational, hosted by George Washington, posting a score of 189.625.…

Backups gain experience

Starter’s injury leads to increased time for trio of guards. For the second year in a row, an injury to junior guard Juan Fernandez might be a blessing in disguise for the men’s basketball team.…

Football team adds Addazio

Former Florida assistant coach replaces Al Golden. On Dec. 13, Al Golden was introduced in South Beach as the next coach of Miami’s football team. Ten days later, Athletic Director Bill Bradshaw introduced Steve Addazio as the next coach of the football team.…

Pair of losses tarnish break

Over winter break, the Owls went 5–2 and began A-10 play. Reaching the halfway point of a season, the men’s basketball team has suffered its share of upsets and injuries. The team has already experienced overcoming an injury to one of the team’s starting five and beat a Top 25 team, only to be found on the receiving end of a Top 25 upset.…

Owls ransack Rams

The women’s basketball team decided after the new year that beginning Atlantic Ten Conference play last week would be like opening up a brand new season. The Owls have played exceptionally well since then and continued their dominance with an 81–34 trouncing of Rhode Island at the Liacouras Center Wednesday night, which pushed the team to 2–0 in conference play.…