Archives / category / women’s basketball

Staley inks six-year extension

Nobody will steal Dawn Staley from Temple any time soon. Staley, a Philadelphia native and former WNBA All-Star, reached an agreement on a six-year contract extension to remain the women’s basketball coach, Director of Athletics Bill Bradshaw announced Thursday.…

Owls deliver knockout punch

RALEIGH, N.C. – The postseason fate of the women’s basketball team rested squarely on the shoulders of Fatima Maddox. Nebraska trailed Temple by one point and was on the brink of elimination when the Cornhuskers fouled Maddox twice within the final minute of the contest and hoped for the worst as the senior guard toed the charity stripe.…

Owls: Nothing to lose against No. 1 Duke

RALEIGH, N.C. – For only the third time in program history, the women’s basketball team has advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. But to make it to the Sweet 16, a round that Temple has never reached, the Owls will need to take down the No.…

Owls duke it out, but Blue Devils prevail

RALEIGH, N.C. – A group of blue-shirted fans started the “Let’s Go Duke” chant as the clock ran down on Temple’s season Tuesday. In the end, the Owls just didn’t have enough firepower to overcome the top-ranked team in the nation.…

Owls living at-large

Dawn Staley wanted the women’s basketball team to control its postseason destiny. But the Owls left their NCAA Tournament prospects in the hands of the selection committee after losing in the Atlantic Ten Conference Tournament semifinals last Sunday.…

Not quite perfect

WASHINGTON, D.C. – No team wants to go into the postseason with a loss. But when two conference rivals, who are both undefeated in league play, meet on the final day of the regular season, somebody has to go home unhappy.…