From the moment the schedule was released, the women’s basketball team knew it would be toiling with one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the country. With that in mind, players and coaches realized they
The smallest player on the court hit the biggest shot of the night for Temple last Thursday. Chris Clark, a 5-foot-8, 165-pound senior point guard, nailed a game-winning three-pointer from the left wing with 1.9
Aaron McKie concluded a successful professional basketball career playing in the NBA last season, one in which he reaped the riches and glory associated with professional sports. But through his 13-year career, McKie never forgot
Entering her senior season, Ashley Morris was something of an enigma. One game she’d look like the player Dawn Staley recruited out of Philadelphia’s Central High, a player who led her team to three consecutive
The men’s basketball team failed to upend ninth-ranked Duke Wednesday at the Wachovia Center, losing 74-64, but Temple did manage to reverse its fortune in one aspect from the teams’ meeting last season – rebounding.
For one of the top-ranked teams in the nation, Duke didn’t appear especially dominate against Temple Wednesday night and, in the end, they didn’t need to be. Temple was too lethargic to take advantage of
Everyone in the arena felt it coming. When Mark Tyndale received the ball at midcourt with 13.2 seconds left in a 55-55 tie game against Eastern Michigan Saturday afternoon, everyone in the Liacoruas Center thought
Another ranked opponent, another missed opportunity for the women’s basketball team. On the road against third-ranked Maryland, the Owls (4-6) fell to the Terrapins, 64-46, Sunday afternoon. This was the fourth Top 10 team the