Rising above the many uncertainties stemming from the men’s basketball team last year stood a defiant truth: the Owls had the most dynamic and formidable scoring tandem in the Atlantic Ten Conference. The tandem of
St. Joseph’s Pat Calathes said he could hear Temple coach Fran Dunphy barking out instructions over the muddled noise of more than 10,000 fans at the Liacouras Center Saturday night. “I heard coach yelling at
The men’s basketball team’s loss to Saint Joseph’s Saturday was nothing short of a heartbreaker.Pat Calathes’ three-pointer with five seconds remaining was, no doubt, a blow to the gut of a Temple team that appeared
The men’s basketball team gave a performance that left no fan at the Liacouras Center famished Wednesday night. The Cherry-and-White adorned fans in the student section roared after the Owls put the finishing touches on
Men’s Basketball 8-8 overall 2-1 in the A-10 Conference Best Win The surprising, 78-59, blowout win over visiting No. 20 Xavier last Wednesday. After losing its previous three games against ranked opponents – Tennessee, Villanova
Talk about unpredictable. Just when you think you’ve seen everything the men’s and women’s basketball teams had to offer this season, both squads managed to upset a ranked opponent at the Liacouras Center last week.
With less than five minutes remaining in a tightly-contested matchup against St. Joseph’s Saturday night, Temple’s Mark Tyndale simply took over the game. The senior guard made crucial plays on both ends of the floor