The ice hockey club prepares for postseason.
It was the same result, different week for the ice hockey club as the Owls made the 45-minute drive south of the city to take on the Delaware Blue Hens before a 5–4 shootout loss on Friday night.…
The Owls set milestones on and off the track. continue.
Distance coach Matt Jelley said he is greatly enjoying his fifth season coaching Temple track.
That can be attributed to a much-improved Temple squad for both the men’s and women’s teams, especially distance events.…
…Senior guards Shey Peddy and BJ Williams get in sync.
There is a chemistry on the women’s basketball team that is steering them towards success. This chemistry has resulted in yet another win, this time against the Massachusetts Minutewomen, 77–55, at the Liacouras Center on Saturday night.
Sophomore pair sparks women’s tennis team.
Sophomores Yana Mavrina and Alicia Doms have come from across the globe to give the women’s tennis team one of the best up and coming doubles partners in the Atlantic Ten Conference.…
Victoria Macaulay fills a void in the Owls’ frontcourt.
It’s night and day.
That’s what coach Tonya Cardoza called junior center Victoria Macaulay’s emergence during Atlantic Ten Conference play as a dual threat scorer and rebounder.…
A pair of women’s soccer players spread passion for soccer.
Women’s soccer players junior Kate Yurkovic and sophomore Jenna Gosnay gave back through love of the game.
Soccer is a universal sport, as Gosnay and Yurkovic experienced while participating in a volunteer program run by Soccer Without Borders during winter break.…
…Ramone Moore is a leading candidate for A-10 Player of the Year.
When asked if he thinks he could win the Atlantic Ten Conference Player of the Year Award, redshirt-senior guard Ramone Moore smiled and avoided the question.
…In light of Valentine’s Day, Carr urges all to keep in mind that the GLBT community is still fighitng for equality to express their love.
Every year when Valentine’s Day rolls around, I immediately think of a few things.
…Faltermayer argues that while reaching out to local representives is an option in response to budget cuts, students should also hold the university financially responsible for its spending habits.
Given that I’m not usually prone to ostentatious shows of politicized angst or social lamentation, I watched Gov.
The teach-ins at Temple aren’t new and students should take advantage of open discussion.
ince 2002 the history department and the History Honors Society Phi Alpha Theta has been hosting teach-ins every Friday at 3:30 p.m.…