Chris Clark has heard all sorts of heckles. One of the more memorable insults came during his freshman year at Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium. “The fans were chanting ‘the ball boy’s taller,’” Clark said. At
Dionte Christmas said he knew the Owls were ready to do something special the moment he stepped onto the Liacouras Center hardwood Wednesday. The Owls topped the century mark for the first time since Feb.
The Liacouras Center turned into a classroom Friday afternoon. Hundreds of students from more than 20 local schools watched the women’s basketball team beat Richmond, 64-52, to remain a perfect 9-0 in Atlantic Ten Conference
Traveling door to door with pizza boxes in tow, Dan Leibovitz is attempting to strike a chord with the Hartford student body.He’s also attempting to win some games. In his first year coaching the Hawks,
For many student-athletes, juggling school work, a social life and a sport is a fairly daunting task. But for sophomores Bryce Buffaloe and Joshua Louis, playing one sport simply was not enough. Already members of
Al Golden thinks the foundation is in place. Now, he believes, the cornerstones of Temple’s football program are ready to be laid. “There’s only one goal,” he said. “If you walk in the building, [you’ll