The Owls beat South Florida, 1-0, on Saturday at the Temple Sports Complex to clinch the final spot in the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Drexel senior Aaron Fricke made a birdie on the 18th hole to win the individual title and give the Dragons the team championship at the City 6 Championship on Saturday in Northeast Philadelphia.
The Owls lost 7-4 on Friday in Annapolis, Maryland, where the Midshipmen outshot them 32-6 in the second period.
The Owls recorded their lowest hitting percentage in conference play in their five-set loss to Memphis on Friday in Tennessee.
The Owls held Navy to a season-low 136 rushing yards in their 34-26 win at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday.
The redshirt-junior quarterback connected with senior wide receiver Adonis Jennings for two scores in the Owls’ 34-26 victory at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday.
With four games left on the schedule, the Owls have a 40 percent chance to beat Navy and a 28.1 percent chance of finishing bowl eligible, according to SportSource Analytics.
More than 100 players signed up to try out for the team, which has a 9-2 record this season.
After a 41-year stretch as head coach, Fred Turoff will assist Jesse Kitzen-Abelson this season.
Delvon Randall leads Temple with three interceptions.