The Drexel University softball team entered a busy stretch of five games in six days with momentum, winners of three consecutive games. All five games took place on the road, with four of them played in Buies Creek, N.C., March 8-9 at the Hampton Inn Camel Stampede Tournament and a final game March 13 against […]
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The Drexel University men’s and women’s tennis teams entered their weekend competitions against the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Retrievers Feb. 23 and the United States Naval Academy Midshipmen Feb. 24 on hot streaks, with the women riding a five-match winning streak and the men boasting four consecutive wins. Despite momentum being on Drexel’s side, […]
Coming off their first double victory of the season against Howard University two weeks earlier, the Drexel University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled Feb. 2 to Bethlehem, Pa., to take on the Lehigh University Mountain Hawks, whose men’s and women’s teams came into the contest with 3-3 and 1-4 records on the […]
It was a great day in the pool for the Drexel University men’s and women’s swimming teams when they faced off Jan. 19 against the Howard University Bison in Washington, D.C. With the men’s team coming off a home loss to the University of Delaware and the women fresh off home losses to Delaware and […]
The Drexel University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams returned to the Drexel Pool Jan. 12 for a Colonial Athletic Association meet against the University of Delaware Blue Hens, with the women also playing host to the Northeastern University Huskies. The competition was Drexel’s first team meet since a mid-November matchup against Rutgers University. […]
Four Drexel swimmers traveled to Austin, Texas, for the AT&T Winter National Championships from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 to compete against some of the nation’s best swimmers. Winter Nationals is one of the fastest short-distance meets in the world, making qualifying for it that much more impressive. Athletes from many different levels, including collegiate, […]
The Drexel University men’s and women’s crew teams capped off their fall seasons on a high note Nov. 10 at the Frostbite Regatta on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J. With 11 boats competing in the day’s events, the Dragons fared exceptionally well, walking away with gold in six of the events. The regatta […]
One week after strong performances at the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, the Drexel University men’s and women’s crew teams returned to action Oct. 27 at the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta. While Drexel sent just two boats to Boston a week earlier, one men’s eight and one women’s eight, the Dragons […]
The Drexel University women’s basketball team took to the court Oct. 28 for an exhibition game that was open to the public against the Bloomsburg University Huskies at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. The scrimmage served as a final warm-up for the Dragons before they kick off their regular season against the Providence College Friars Nov. […]
The Drexel University men’s and women’s crew teams took a trip to Boston Oct. 20-21 to compete in the most anticipated event of the fall season, the 48th annual Head of the Charles Regatta. Taking place on the Charles River between Cambridge and Boston, the Head of the Charles consists of 60 events and draws […]
The Drexel University men’s and women’s crew teams took part in their second competition of the fall season Oct. 13 on the Schuylkill River at the Navy Day Regatta, a 2.5-mile head race event that attracts more than 2,000 athletes to compete in over 50 races throughout the day. In rowing, a head race is […]
The Drexel University women’s soccer team reached the halfway point of Colonial Athletic Association play on a hot streak, winners of two straight and three of their last four overall. The Dragons’ last win was their ninth, the most the program has ever obtained in a single season. Despite their success to this point in […]
As the first official practice of the 2012-13 season nears, the Drexel University women’s basketball team welcomes its new members and prepares to initiate them into its lineup. The Dragons, who boasted a 19-14 overall and 12-6 Colonial Athletic Association record in 2011-12, will add five new athletes this year. Four seniors graduated in the […]
The Drexel University field hockey team has had a roller-coaster ride of a season through the past10 games. After five consecutive wins to open the season, the Dragons dropped three in a row on the road, effectively losing any momentum they established early on. They returned to the friendly confines of Vidas Field for back-to-back […]
The Drexel University men’s soccer team traveled to Charlottesville, Va., for a match against the University of Virginia Sept. 18 at the Cavaliers’ Klockner Stadium. The University of Virginia soccer program is one of the most storied programs in all of college soccer, having won six national championships in its history, most recently in 2009. […]
After several years of mediocrity and stagnancy, the Philadelphia 76ers have entered a new era. As part of a four-team blockbuster trade Aug. 10, the Sixers acquired star center Andrew Bynum from the Los Angeles Lakers. Bynum, a two-time NBA champion and one-time all-star, had a career season in 2012, averaging 18.7 points and 11.8 […]
Former Drexel rower Steve Kasprzyk, who graduated in 2005, was selected to compete on the United States men’s eight in the 2012 Olympics in London. The men fell just short of earning a medal by a painful three-tenths of a second. The United States men’s eight rowing team traveled to England last week to compete […]
The Philadelphia 76ers entered the 2012 offseason with many unanswered questions regarding the team’s future on the court. Over the last few years, the 76ers’ organization has struggled to choose a defined path for the team. Despite a first-round playoff series win against the top-seeded Chicago Bulls and a grueling seven-game series against a veteran […]
The Drexel University men’s crew team traveled to England last week to compete in the Henley Royal Regatta, one of the oldest and most prestigious rowing competitions in the world. The Henley Regatta has taken place on the River Thames, by the town of Henley-on-Thames, since 1839. The competition lasts for five days — from […]
Drexel sophomore Zeynep Mafa prepares to serve the ball at the Drexel Armory during a 2-5 home loss against George Washington University Feb. 12. Mafa fell 6-0, 6-3 in the No. 2 singles match as the Dragons would go on to end their three-match homestand. At this time last year, the Drexel University women’s tennis […]
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