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Familiar face returns to offensive coaching staff

New offensive coordinator Ryan Day spreads the field. For the Temple offense this upcoming season, the name of the game will be diversity. As the Owls transition into their second season under coach Steve Addazio, his spread offense philosophy will become heavily implemented in the 2012 season.…

Outfielder sparks lineup

PAUL KLEIN TTN Senior outfielder Jabair Khan provides a reliable bat for the Owls. He is currently hitting .252 with 10 RBIs in 31 games. Jabair Khan remains patient at plate.…

Hypnosis aids pitcher

Sophomore pitcher Brooklin White looks to fix mentality. MTV reality star and professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek, Olympic swimmer Dara Torres and Owls’ sophomore pitcher Brooklin White have more in common besides  being able to call California home.…

Brown prepares for role as starter

Matt Brown anticipates picking up more carries. Matt Brown ran 52 yards untouched. He exploded up the middle and dashed his way to a touchdown in the fourth quarter of a blowout 42–14 win against Army on Nov.…

Women’s rowing makes history

Courtesy Ellie Oken The women’s varsity eight hoists the first place trophy after winning its final heat in San Diego. The Owls hope to build on a San Diego Crew Classic victory.…

Hollis-Jefferson reflects on roots

The Owls will rely on the junior forward to pick up the offense. In the city of Chester, Pa., basketball is a way of life. From the early development on the playgrounds and in the Biddy League on the hardwood, the game becomes ingrained into a player and stays forever.…

Bringing it home

CONNOR SHOWALTER TTN The men’s gymnastics team captures the ECAC championship title for the first time in four years. The Owls stand on the podium with the championship trophy on Friday, April 6, at McGonigle Hall.…

Men’s gymnastics wins ECACs title, prepares for NCAA Championships

TTN CONNOR SHOWALTER (front row L-R) Seniors Jeff Zack, Chris Mooney, Blake Collins, Logan Fiery and Adam Al-Rokh. No. 10 Temple didn’t take its competition lightly at the Eastern College Athletic Championships, entering as a nine-point favorite, as the Owls won their first team title in four years after competing in six events on Friday, April 6 at McGonigle Hall.…

Lacrosse nearly upsets No. 18 Princeton

A three-goal lead and a valiant effort was not enough for the lacrosse team as it fell 14–13 to No. 18 Princeton Wednesday, April 4. Senior midfielder Stephanie Markunas led the charge for the Owls with two assists to go along with her three goals, which all came in the first half. …

Women’s track makes season debut

The Owls’ expect to finish among leaders this season in A-10. The key to the outdoor season of the women’s track and field team is simple: improvement. “My expectations are that we are going to do way better than we did last year,” senior sprinter Andrea Butler said.…