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Local frontcourt product commits, Marshall decides to sit out season

Three days after the excitement of learning Pennsbury’s Lavoy Allen had verbally committed to the men’s basketball team, the Athletic Department announced senior Wayne Marshall will sit out the season. Marshall, a 6-11, 285-pound center, elected to sit out the season to make sure he is healthy and academically eligible to participate in the 2007-08 season.…

Immobile offense dooms the Owls in Happy Valley

STATE COLLEGE, Pa – For a few plays, it looked as if the football team had found a way to contain Penn State running back Tony Hunt. Hunt’s first three touches resulted in a one-yard loss, a three-yard setback and a carry for no gain.…

Recruit flying high in senior season

After rushing for 143 yards on 19 carries, scoring three touchdowns and forcing a fumble Saturday, Daryl Robinson exited Frankford Stadium with a frown on his face. “A cheap shot man,” Robinson explained.…

At 1-9, Back to the Drawing Board

After the football team snapped its 20-game losing streak with a win over Bowling Green Oct. 28, coach Al Golden tried to downplay the victory as much as possible. Golden told reporters that “we shouldn’t be shutting down Broad Street just yet.” He told his players that if they let the victory go to their heads, they might suffer a major letdown against their next opponent.…

Sports Rewind: Field Hockey, Soccer

FIELD HOCKEY Junior midfielder Alli Lokey was named to the Atlantic Ten Conference First Team for the second consecutive season. Lokey led the team with a career-high 10 goals while recording a team-high 24 points.…

As end nears, postseason positioning all but secure

Playing on the road has not been an easy task for the volleyball team this season. An even tougher goal looms for the Owls this weekend as they finish their season on the road against Atlantic Ten Conference rivals Charlotte and George Washington.…

Richmond gets the upper hand once again

It would be easy for the members of the field hockey team to feel dejected after a season-ending loss Friday. The Owls were sent packing after a 2-1 overtime loss to top-seeded Richmond at the Atlantic Ten Conference tournament, in Richmond, Va.…

History not in Owls’ favor

Throughout the history of sports, there have been numerous teams that just can’t seem to get by a particular opponent – and it happens on all levels. For the field hockey team, that rival is Richmond.…

Fazed by a fourth seed? Not so

As the regular season concluded Saturday, the field hockey team found itself in a familiar position. Having reached the Atlantic Ten Conference tournament in each of the last three seasons, the Owls understand what postseason play will be like this weekend at the A-10 tournament.…

Season, careers conclude with a conference win

Finally. After nine losses in a row, including eight in Atlantic Ten Conference play, the women’s soccer team was victorious Sunday, downing Saint Bonaventure, 1-0, at Ambler Field. Leading scorer Wendy Halina’s early second half goal was all the Owls needed as they ended their season on a high note.…