Hot Shooting Leads La Salle to Victory Over Davidson

PHILADELPHIA-- Coming into their game against a Davidson team that was 20-7 and 11-3 in the A-10, La Salle were already considered to be the underdogs (+5.5 for all you gamblers out there). It didn't help that they would be without their leading scorer in G Pookie Powell as he suffered a lower body injury in practice … Continue reading Hot Shooting Leads La Salle to Victory Over Davidson

Strong Second Half Propels Owls to Victory Over Tulsa, Tournament Hopes Still Alive

PHILADELPHIA-- There is not a more stressful time for a college basketball team than late February when you're on the NCAA Tournament bubble. Every win means a little extra as does every loss, especially against an inferior team. As we reach the home stretch of the 2018-19 College Basketball season, the Temple Owls find themselves … Continue reading Strong Second Half Propels Owls to Victory Over Tulsa, Tournament Hopes Still Alive

Penn’s Ivy Madness Hopes Officially in Danger; Blow Five Point Lead in Overtime to Columbia

PHILADELPHIA-- If it wasn't already, Penn's chances of reaching the Ivy League Conference Tournament are at an all-time low. An opportunity to be within one game of fourth place in the Ivy League  presented itself for the Quakers on Friday night at the Palestra as they took on lea celler-dweller Columbia, who came into Friday … Continue reading Penn’s Ivy Madness Hopes Officially in Danger; Blow Five Point Lead in Overtime to Columbia

Powell’s Late Lay-In Lifts Explorers to Victory Over Duquesne

PHILADELPHIA-- On December 8, La Salle took a beating at the hands of Penn by a final score of 83-65 at Tom Gola Arena, their largest margin of defeat so far this season. It was then time for the Explorers to play in a four-team tournament known as the Battle at the Boardwalk in Atlantic … Continue reading Powell’s Late Lay-In Lifts Explorers to Victory Over Duquesne

Shooting Struggles Attribute to Bonnies Blowout of Hawks

PHILADELPHIA-- After an emotional 91-61 victory of St. Louis on Friday night, the Saint Joseph's Hawks couldn't seem to get anything going in their game against St. Bonaventure's on Tuesday night as they fell 76-51. "All the people that came out and braved those elements, that's on me, not the players," Saint Joseph's head coach Phil … Continue reading Shooting Struggles Attribute to Bonnies Blowout of Hawks

Penn Captures First Outright Big 5 Title Since 2001-02, Defeat St. Joe’s

PHILADELPHIA-- You wouldn't necessarily call the Penn Quakers an underdog when it comes to the Big 5, but as of late, they've been more of an afterthought. It's no secret that Villanova has been the most successful team that plays in the Big 5, three national titles, two in the previous three seasons, and in … Continue reading Penn Captures First Outright Big 5 Title Since 2001-02, Defeat St. Joe’s

Booth, Gillespie Lead Wildcats to Victory Over Xavier

PHILADELPHIA-- It seemed like whenever Xavier would get close to tying or taking the lead, Villanova always had an answer. Though it wasn't quite like the 89-65 and 95-79 beatdowns Villanova put on Xavier last season, this was still a pretty comfortable victory for the #22 ranked Wildcats as they defeated the Musketeers 85-75 at … Continue reading Booth, Gillespie Lead Wildcats to Victory Over Xavier