Mark Tyndale could sleep easily Sunday night. That wasn’t the case in January, when Saint Joseph’s erased an 11-point deficit and won the teams’ first matchup this season on a late three-pointer by Pat Calathes.
Temple coach Dawn Staley started her four seniors in Saturday’s game against Massachusetts, knowing the group has combined to go 95-31 over their four years with the Owls. Point guard Ashley Morris, guard Candice Borrows,
LaKeisha Eaddy didn’t want to wait her turn. The sophomore guard scored 16 points on 7-of-7 shooting, including two three pointers, for 16 points to lead the Owls to a 64-46 victory over visiting Massachusetts
Sophomore guard Ryan Brooks benefited most from senior guard Mark Tyndale’s lack of minutes against Charlotte Wednesday night. In the Owls’ 75-61 win over Charlotte, Tyndale played only 29 minutes and failed to reach double
Sophomore epee Kristin Howell is having a season to remember. Last weekend, the 6-foot-2 fencer earned a second place finish in the Women’s Under-20 epee event at the U.S. Fencing Junior Olympic Championships in Charlotte,
Drexel Record: 15-10, 10-4 Colonial Athletic Association, 2-1 Big 5 The Dragons split two games last week, beating visiting William & Mary, 54-38, Thursday but losing to No. 10 Old Dominion, 66-51, Sunday on the
Men’s Gymnastics The No. 9 Owls have won six straight meets with their most recent victory coming against Illinois-Chicago and host Army Friday night. The senior duo of Luke Vexler and Sterling Kramer led the