This wasn’t the ending seniors Kersha Walker, Debbie Painter and Kelly Lare imagined happening on Senior Day. The women’s soccer team didn’t have enough fight to overcome St. Bonaventure Sunday at Ambler Field, losing 3-0.
In only its second year of existence, Cherry and White Night kicked off the start to the men’s and women’s basketball seasons Friday night at McGonigle Hall. Immediately after the two teams’ scrimmages, the coaches
When Junior Galette was asked to make a significant position switch over the offseason, he abided without any hesitation. While some players might have been skeptical of such a conversion, Galette took on coach Al
Turner Gill tried for years to stake claim as a college football head coach. During his 13 seasons serving as an assistant at Nebraska, Gill had constructed an impressive resume. ESPN rated Gill one of
The women’s soccer team faced heavy offensive pressure from the onset of its game against LaSalle Sunday and never recovered. The Explorers found themselves on top two minutes and 34 seconds into the game, courtesy
Making the transition from high school to college athletics is never an easy task. Even more daunting is the prospect of being called upon to start as the head net-minder in one’s first collegiate game.
The Temple Athletic Department in conjunction with the broadcasting, telecommunication and mass media program launched a new way for fans to get their daily fix of Temple sports. The new program, called OwlAccess, allows users
Miami (Ohio) senior running back Austin Sykes helped make the RedHawks’ Homecoming game a special one last weekend. The Allegheny County-native rushed for a career-high 124 yards and scored two touchdowns to help guide the