Sports

Managing time key for Repsher on, off field

Just when Adrienne Repsher’s senior season didn’t seem like it could possibly get better, it just did. Hailing as back-to-back Atlantic Ten Conference Player of the Week, the softball team’s co-captain was named Temple’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year at the Fifth Annual Breakfast of Champions Award Banquet last Wednesday at the Liacouras Center.…

Dad Vail Regatta coming up

Fresh off impressive performances in their respective races, the men’s and women’s crew teams will face their next test at the Dad Vail Regatta on May 11 and 12. The men’s team upset No.…

Sophomore hurls team’s first shutout of season to clinch series win

Matt Mongiardini finally put it all together. After a steady string of starts which fell apart in the middle innings, the sophomore right-hander notched the first shutout of his collegiate career, as the baseball team downed Saint Louis, 7-0, Sunday at Skip Wilson Field.…

A year in Temple Athletics

As the clock clicked closer to zero during the football team’s homecoming game last October, a few players – with Gatorade cooler in hand – sought out first-year coach Al Golden.…

Make use of your years in undergrad

If you thought John Chaney displayed an intimidating demeanor on the sidelines, imagine talking to him one-on-one. I’ll admit that it was daunting . . . but only for about five seconds.…

Dunphy’s chance to woo top talent

The next Mardy Collins could be in Fran Dunphy’s backyard this weekend.And the men’s basketball coach doesn’t want an opportunity like that to slip through his grasp. Dunphy will be on campus all weekend, when the first-ever Coaches vs.…

Trio earns all-America status at USGA Nationals

The women’s gymnastics team failed to advance to the team finals in the U.S.A. Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships, but three individual performances placed them in the spotlight. Sarah Liebowitz, Christine McNeill and Noelle Moore each qualified for last Saturday’s individual finals.…