Dragons finish eleventh after rough second day

The drought continued through another turning of the leaves. The Drexel men’s golf team finished 11th at the Old Dominion University/Outer Banks Invitational, shooting a three-round total of 893 Oct. 19-21. Fellow Colonial Athletic Association member James Madison University won the invitational with a combined score of 858, just six… Continued

Error on 17 costs Crawford title

It was one hole. In fact, not even one hole. It was one bounce on one hole. Drexel junior golfer Christopher Crawford finished tied for second Sept. 27-29 in the Patriot Invitational in Lorton, Virginia, because of one bounce on one hole. He shot a three-round total of 210, three… Continued

Golf team optimistic in light of close loss

Frederick Douglass once said that without struggle, there is no progress. After two weeks, the Drexel golf team has shown that they’re intent on being a part of the trophy conversation in any tournament they compete in. But the team is still progressing. That’s where the struggle comes in. The… Continued

Golf team sets school record at Leo Keenan

It’s one thing to start off on the right foot. It’s another thing entirely when your whole team does so. The Drexel University men’s golf team teed off its 2014-15 season Sept. 14 at the Leo Keenan Invitational, hosted by St. Bonaventure University, and made short work of breaking the… Continued

Franziskaner Weissbier: simple, robust, delicious

Spaten-Franziskaner-Brau is a brewery in Munich that dates back to 1397. It’s just under four centuries shy of being the oldest operating commercial brewery in the world; that title goes to fellow Bavarian brewery Weihenstephan Abbey of Freising, Germany, which opened up shop in 1040. If you haven’t taken a… Continued

M. bball making most of extra practice time

James “Bruiser” Flint doesn’t like to scream in the summer. “The summer time is for relaxing, so I don’t get on them as much,” the Drexel men’s basketball head coach said about his players. To a bystander at practice the Aug. 19 morning, this would have been far from evident.… Continued

W. soccer gears up for first test

On Aug. 17, four days after the team tied La Salle, 2-2, the women traveled to Maryland to take on Loyola University Maryland for a second preseason scrimmage. After dismantling the Greyhounds, 3-0, the team posted a group picture on Twitter in front of the Baltimore Inner Harbor that was… Continued

W. soccer has fleet of freshmen

Oscar Wilde supposedly said that youth is wasted on the young. Ray Goon certainly hopes that isn’t the case. Goon, head coach of the Drexel women’s soccer team, is bringing in eight freshmen for this upcoming season, pairing a massive influx of young talent with an already-young team. Last season,… Continued