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Scoring is second to winning for senior Kamesha Hairston.

Twelve days.That’s how long it took before senior Kamesha Hairston understood how different this season was going to be for her and the women’s basketball team. Playing in the shadow of former all-American Candice Dupree, Hairston was Temple’s second-best scorer each of the last two seasons.…

Duo rising above the competition

Dionte Christmas entered his sophomore season an enigma to opposing teams.Sure, opponents knew the guard owned the tools necessary to become a great shooter. But his .281 shooting percentage from his freshman year signaled Christmas had yet to put everything together.…

Hairston leads Owls past Flyers

The women’s basketball team has gotten into the habit of starting games slowly. Luckily, the Owls are also in the habit of climbing out of the holes that they dig for themselves.…

Tyndale’s double-double sparks Owls to second straight win

The men’s basketball team has struggled to hold large leads throughout the season. The Owls didn’t have that problem Sunday. Fueled by Mark Tyndale’s second straight double-double, the Owls built a 23-point lead by halftime and coasted to an 80-64 victory at the Liacouras Center.…

Owls survive close call at McGonigle

It doesn’t matter what arena the women’s basketball team plays its home games at, as long as it’s somewhere on North Broad Street. With Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance occupying the Liacouras Center Friday night, the Owls took their act next door to McGonigle Hall, where they barely boogied past Xavier, 59-58, to remain a perfect 7-0 in Atlantic Ten Conference play.…

Owls rally to defeat Saint Joseph’s in overtime

Free throws became a burden for the women’s basketball team in the second half of its game against Saint Joseph’s. The Owls trailed the Hawks for nearly the entire game. Shooting 6-of-16 from the foul line in the final 20 minutes of the contest didn’t help their comeback bid, either.…

Rutgers snaps Owls’ 11-game winning streak

The women’s basketball team learned what happens when it follows a strong half with a poor second half Wednesday. A Rutgers team, laden with young talent, proved to be too much for Temple, as the Scarlet Knights defeated Temple, 62-48, at the Liacouras Center.…

Dunphy ‘embraces’ return to Penn

Fran Dunphy perhaps never enjoyed a loss this much. Temple’s first-year coach finally caved to the hype surrounding his return to Penn Wednesday, a day after a reporter advised him to enjoy the experience.…