Harper Shines In City 6 Rivalry

PHILADELPHIA-- When Drexel senior guard Troy Harper decided to transfer from Campbell to Drexel two years ago, one of the main reasons he chose Drexel was coming back home to Philadelphia. So when you have an opportunity to shine in front of your hometown, against another school that is located in your hometown, you take full advantage … Continue reading Harper Shines In City 6 Rivalry

St. Joe’s Grinds Out Home Win Over Monmouth

PHILADELPHIA-- What started off as a sloppy game for both teams turned into a comfortable victory for one as the Saint Joseph's Hawks defeated the Monmouth Hawks by a final score of 78-63 on Monday night. At the half, both teams weren't exactly shooting the lights out. Monmouth shot 32.1 percent from the floor and St. … Continue reading St. Joe’s Grinds Out Home Win Over Monmouth

Nova Downs Quinnipiac, Wright Remains Undefeated Against Former Assistants

PHILADELPHIA-- It was teacher vs student tonight at the Wells Fargo Center as Villanova head coach Jay Wright took on Quinnipiac, led by former Villanova player and assistant coach Baker Dunleavy. In this matchup, the teacher would prevail as Villanova went on to dismantle Quinnipiac 86-53. "He (Dunleavy) said I saw how you played against Morgan State and … Continue reading Nova Downs Quinnipiac, Wright Remains Undefeated Against Former Assistants

La Salle Drops 2018-19 Home Opener to Lafayette

PHILADELPHIA-- In front of a capacity crowd of 3,400 at Tom Gola Arena, the La Salle Explorers and head coach Ashley Howard were ready to make a statement in the Explorers first home game in the Ashely Howard era. It was almost a perfect storm for the Explorers. It was Homecoming, two out of their starting … Continue reading La Salle Drops 2018-19 Home Opener to Lafayette

Quakers Adjusting to Life Without Betley

PHILADELPHIA-- Penn's season took a turn last Tuesday when junior guard Ryan Betley went down with a ruptured patella tendon that will likely sideline him for the rest of the season. So when Penn was faced with the task of playing Rice on Friday night, head coach Steve Donahue had plenty of options of who to start in … Continue reading Quakers Adjusting to Life Without Betley

Rider’s Jordan Balances Basketball While Being on Television

LAWRENCEVILLE-- There aren't many people that can say that they've played Division-I basketball. There are fewer that can say that they've been stars on a reality TV show. But it's incredibly rare to find someone that can say that they've played Division-I basketball alongside appearing on a reality TV show on a major network, at … Continue reading Rider’s Jordan Balances Basketball While Being on Television