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Men’s soccer falls in heated match

After leading 3–1 at the half, men’s soccer gave way to the Stony Brook Seawolves in a 4–3 loss at the Temple/Penn Tournament finale last Sunday at Dunning-Cohen Champions’ Field. The Seawolves took the first lead in the game with an unassisted goal during the 23rd minute.…

Future looks bright for Owls linksters

If there is one thing the golf team could take away from its 14th place finish at the Adams Cup of Newport, it’s the young talent on its roster that fifth-year coach Brian Quinn said can only improve.…

Women’s soccer fades in 3–1 loss to the Siena Saints

ABI REIMOLD TTN Freshman forward (right) Jean Scanlan presses a Siena defender during the Owls’ 3–1 loss. The Owls prepare to regroup before conference debut. Although junior midfielder Kate Yurkovic scored a goal that tied the game for much of the second half, the Owls (3–6) were defeated by Siena, 3–1, last Sunday at Ambler when the Saints scored twice within the last 15 minutes.…

Former Owls called to play for Team Philly

NBA players form a pickup game in the city as lockup looms. Earlier this week, former men’s basketball player Mark Tyndale said he had a free ticket through his connection with the National Basketball Association’s Phoenix Suns forward Hakim Warrick to play at last Sunday’s Battle For I-95 at the Palestra.…

Field hockey falters in a last second defea

JAZMYNE ANDERSON TTN FILE PHOTO Senior forward Katie Briglia clubs the ball in open space. With three seconds remaining, a penalty corner resulted in a 2–1 loss for the Owls. Defense was the name of the game in last Sunday’s field hockey contest, while both teams combined for 25 shots throughout the game, Monmouth won in the final three seconds, 2–1.…

Standout siblings play a role in teams’ competitive edge

CHRIS MONTGOMERY TTN Junior Kacper Rams serves as his brother senior Filip Rams watches from the backcourt. Men’s tennis brothers   seek to lead the squad to A-10 glory. Men’s tennis is searching for a breakout star to be competitive this season.…

Standout siblings play a role in teams’ competitive edge

THO NGUYEN TTN FILE PHOTO Women’s soccer gathers in a huddle last season when both Yurkovic sisters played. Senior Kate Yurkovic follows in sister’s footsteps. If Owls’ junior midfielder Kate Yurkovic were to say that soccer runs in her blood, one had better believe it.…

Owls rise in face of adversity

JOEY CRANNEY After loss to Penn State last week, Owls respond with Maryland blowout. When faced with adversity, Owls’ football shows its true Cherry and White colors. After a disappointing loss to Penn State last week, Owls’ junior running back Bernard Pierce set a new school record with five touchdowns en route to the Owls’ 38–7 rout of Maryland last Saturday.…

Pierce rushes for record five TDs to shock Terps

Courtesy Charlie DeBoyace/The Diamondback Junior running back Bernard Pierce shakes a tackle from a Maryland defender during a career-high five rushing touchdown.game. Pierce had 32 carries. Owls’ offense receives boost from junior running back Bernard Pierce’s career day.…