Inconsistency plaguing Union in recent swoon

Coming off an up-and-down week, the Philadelphia Union soccer team heads into the May 25 road match against the Los Angeles Galaxy filled with uncertainty. On May 14, the Union team and manager John Hackworth came away with a crucial 2-1 victory over Sporting Kansas City at Sporting Park. The… Continued

Eagles make surprising first round selection

In the weeks leading up to the draft, Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman repeatedly said that the Eagles were going to take the best player on the board when their time came. If that were true, the team’s selection would indicate that Smith was the 26th-best player in the draft,… Continued

CAA WOMEN’S BBALL TOURNEY PREVIEW

The Drexel women’s basketball team will head into the Colonial Athletic Association Championship as the No. 4 seed with a quarterfinal matchup against the No. 5 seed, the Hofstra University Pride. The Dragons ended the regular season 14-15 but finished 9-7 in conference play. Their conference record was tied with… Continued

Clooney’s ‘Monuments Men’ not too monumental

In previous World War II films, the main theme that  has been documented is the human cost of war.  George Clooney’s “The Monuments Men,” aims to tell the story of the heroes that helped save some of the world’s greatest artistic treasures. This is Clooney’s fifth turn as the director… Continued

W. basketball drops third consecutive game, 65-60

Coming off consecutive defeats, the Drexel women’s basketball team was unable to halt its losing streak Dec. 4 in a 65-60 loss to Colgate University. The Dragons struggled early on both offensively and defensively against a Colgate team that was hot in the first half. Despite Drexel’s strong start to… Continued

Women’s bball comes up short at No. 8 Maryland

Facing their biggest test of the season, the Drexel women’s basketball team gave the No. 8 University of Maryland its closest competition of the young season. While the Dragons never led in the game, they were able to claw within three before falling short of the victory 69-63. Leading the… Continued

W. basketball shuts down potent Providence squad

In their 2013-14 season home opener, the Drexel women’s basketball team completed a 17-point comeback against the Friars of Providence College. The Dragons found themselves down by as much as 17 in the first half, but the team received a second-half surge off the bench from freshman Alexis Smith to… Continued

Women’s bball splits in Glass City

The Drexel women’s basketball team kicked off its 2013-14 season with a pair of mixed results. The Dragons opened their season against the University of Toledo in the first round of the Glass City Tournament in Toledo, Ohio. The Dragons were led by senior Fiona Flanagan, who opened the season… Continued

Women’s bball season begins at Toledo

For Drexel fans, the upcoming women’s basketball season will be one of transition. Head coach Denise Dillon returns with only two starters from last year’s campaign. The Dragons have lost 74 percent of their scoring due to the graduation of Taylor Wootton, Hollie Mershon, Renee Johnson-Allen and Nicki Jones. But… Continued