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
After two wins last week, the volleyball team could have rolled over against the reigning Atlantic Ten Conference champion, Saint Louis Saturday. Given up. It would have been the simple way out. Besides, two out
AKRON, Ohio – The Temple defense ranks second among the 13-team Mid-American Conference. The unit held Akron to 297 yards of total offense in the Owls’ 24-20 victory last Saturday at the Rubber Bowl in
AKRON, Ohio- From one homecoming win to another. The football team spoiled Akron’s homecoming game Saturday, rallying from a 17-point, fourth-quarter deficit to win, 24-20, at the Rubber Bowl. The Owls trailed their Mid-American Conference
Micheal Eric’s Temple debut will have to wait another year. The NCAA Clearinghouse ruled the 6-foot-9 freshman ineligible for the season due to NCAA initial eligibility guidelines. “This is unfortunate as Micheal is an upstanding
Shahid Paulhill, a defensive end at North Catholic High, gave the football team a verbal commitment Saturday after observing the Owls defeat Northern Illinois, 16-15, at Lincoln Financial Field. Paulhill became the 13th player to