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Owls catch fire in second half against Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech entered Monday’s game against Temple’s women’s basketball team as a squad that could put big numbers on the scoreboard. The Yellow Jackets had scored more than 79 points in each of their first three games, but in a reversal of roles, it was the Owls that left the nets scorching.…

Local frontcourt product commits, Marshall decides to sit out season

Three days after the excitement of learning Pennsbury’s Lavoy Allen had verbally committed to the men’s basketball team, the Athletic Department announced senior Wayne Marshall will sit out the season. Marshall, a 6-11, 285-pound center, elected to sit out the season to make sure he is healthy and academically eligible to participate in the 2007-08 season.…

Trio of former soccer stars gets its kicks

Three former men’s soccer players are living their dreams: playing the sport they love in front of their friends, family and hometown crowd. As an added bonus, they get to do it together.…

High school flashback: A friendly local rival outduels QB DiMichele

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – In 2004, Adam DiMichele and Anthony Morelli were two Western Pennsylvania high school quarterbacks with the talent to back up the prestige. DiMichele, headed for Penn State as a defensive back, was a speedy three-sport star and the all-time leading passer in the Western Pennsylvania Athletic Conference at Sto-Rox High.…

Sports Rewind

TRACK AND FEILD Mathis Harrison, a Clarion University graduate, was named an assistant coach to the track and field team last week. Formerly an assistant at Duquesne for two years, Harrison helped lead the Dukes’ men’s and women’s teams to their best Atlantic Ten Conference finish in program history.…

Owls fall in season finale

Annapolis, Md. – Navy’s running backs were not the only group that got a workout Saturday. The Midshipmen in the stands also got in quite a few reps, doing push-ups after each of Navy’s six touchdowns.…

Regular-season crown garners first-round bye

It took the entire regular season schedule to get the job done, but the volleyball team accomplished two of its team goals last weekend. The Owls clinched the Atlantic Ten Conference’s East Division and secured a first round bye in this weekend’s conference tournament with a victory over George Washington (30-25, 30-22, 30-21) in the Charles E.…

Recruit flying high in senior season

After rushing for 143 yards on 19 carries, scoring three touchdowns and forcing a fumble Saturday, Daryl Robinson exited Frankford Stadium with a frown on his face. “A cheap shot man,” Robinson explained.…