Fran Dunphy sat down individually with each member of the men’s basketball team upon his hire last spring. Dunphy’s message: Everyone must earn his spot; he had no preconceived notions of anyone. Thus, the slate
Dustin Salisbery called Wednesday’s game was a “must win” situation. Mark Tyndale said he was sick of Temple’s five-game losing streak. He added that Dionte Christmas kept reminding everyone that they needed a win badly.
The women’s basketball team expected a good old-fashioned, rough-and-tumble Big 5 game to break out Friday night and they got it. The Owls remained poised in a physical game filled with hard fouls, to defeat
The stat sheets and locker room following men’s basketball games have a different feel these days. First-year coach Fran Dunphy has put together a supporting cast for senior Dustin Salisbery, as the Owls (2-2) have
The streak continues. The women’s basketball team won its sixth consecutive game Friday with a 71-37 victory over Brown at the Liacouras Center. Senior Kamesha Hairston led the Owls with 20 points and nine rebounds
In a game again filled with career-highs, Dionte Christmas brought an asset to the men’s basketball team that can’t be measured on the stat sheet. Intensity. Seniors Dustin Salisbery and Dion Dacons had career performances
Opposing teams have turned up the pressure on the women’s basketball team’s leading scorer, Kamesha Hairston. The rationale for this approach seems to be universal: The Owls are a weaker team when someone other than
ATLANTIC CITY – Midway through second half of the men’s basketball team’s game against Cincinnati Saturday, the Owls seemed to have the balanced offensive attack Fran Dunphy had wanted. Dionte Christmas, Semaj Inge and Dustin