No. 1 Greg Jefferson
Jr./F 6-5, 205
Los Angeles, CA
Philadelphia Christian Academy
Jefferson averaged 12.75 minutes per game in four NCAA tournament games last year. He is an occasional spark off of the bench.
No. 3 Brian Polk
So./G 6-4, 205
Polk redshirted last season but is expected to see time this season. He is a good perimeter shooter looked rusty in pre-season.
No. 4 Glenn Elliot
Fr./F 6-9, 235
Atlantic Beach, FL
Elliot is a true power forward who will see some time next to Kevin Lyde underneath the basket.
No. 14 Lynn Greer
Sr./G 6-2, 175
Engineering and Science
Greer will play both point guard and shooting guard this season. He is a pre-season candidate for the National Player of the Year award. Led the nation in minutes player last season.
No. 15 Hawley Smith
Fr./F 6-5, 210
Smith is expected to spend most of the season learning from the bench.
No. 21 Nile Murry
Fr./G 6-3, 195
Murry is a true point guard who will start the season on the court with Greer. Could allow Greer to play some at shooting guard.
No. 22 Jay Jameson
Sr./G 6-0, 170
Montgomery County CC
A former walk-on, Jameson earned a scholarship for this season.
No. 23 Alex Wesby
Sr./F 6-6, 190
Started 35-out-of-37 games last season. Led team in three-point attempts (228), second-leading rebounder (5.5 rpg) and fifth in scoring (10.1ppg)
No. 30 Ron Rollerson
Sr./C 6-10, 290
Faith Christian Academy
Started 20 games last season. Led team in field goal percentage, second in shot blocks and fourth in rebounding.
No. 34 David Hawkins
So./G 6-4, 215
Academically ineligible for fall semester. Namesdto A-10 All-rookie team last season. Fourth-leading scorer and rebounder.
No. 42 Kevin Lyde
Sr./C 6-10, 260
Oak Hill Academy
Led team in rebounding and shot blocks, third in shooting and was fourth in assists.
No. 0 Athena Christoforakis
Port Orange, Fla
Christoforakis led the team in rebounding last season (202) and second in scoring (10.8ppg).
No. 1 Cynthia Jordan
No. 2 Christine Cruz
Sixth on team in scoring with 6.5 ppg.
No. 4 Natalia Isaac
Falls Church, Va.
Started one game last season but was a spark as the Owls’ sixth-woman. Fourth on team in scoring with 7.8 ppg. Scored 38 points in win over UMass.
No. 10 Ieesha Turnage
Tri-captain. Returns for fifth season after starting 29 games last season. Redshirted as sophomore.
No. 12 Toni Belafonte
New York, N.Y.
Played in 14 games off of bench. Expected to contribute more as sophomore.
No. 20 Melissa Eagles
Great defender. Fourth on team in shooting percentage.
No. 21 Melissa Dunne
Tri-captain. Able-backup at point guard. Averaged 12 minutes a game last season.
No. 22 Rachel Marcus
Gives Temple aNother presence inside; adds much-needed height to small team.
No. 23 Ari Moore
Shaker Heights, Ohio
Should see some time off of bench.
No. 30 Lisa Jakubowicz
Led team in free-throw shooting, third in overall shooting.
No. 34 Stacey Smalls
Tri-captain. Led team in minutes (32) and scoring (11.2). Quick, smart point guard.
No. 35 Regan Apo
St John Vianney
Led team in three-point shooting, fifth in overall scoring.
No. 42 Christena Hamilton
Played in 26 games last season. Averaged 2.1 rebounds and 4.6 points a game.
No. 54 Heather Jones
Upper Darby, Pa.
Another big player expected to help the Owls’ inside game.