Coming off a 20-day break from competition, head coach Denise Dillon and the Drexel women’s basketball team had three more out-of-conference games before beginning competition against Colonial Athletic Association teams. The Dragons started off with a 77-50 victory against the city rival University of Pennsylvania Dec. 21 at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Following the match [...]
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The Drexel women’s basketball team continued its hot start to the season by winning the TD Bank Classic Dec. 1. The win came after a close three-point overtime loss to the 24th ranked University of South Carolina, and head coach Denise Dillon and her team were looking to get back on the winning track and [...]
Coming off a tough two-point loss against local rival Saint Joseph’s University, Drexel women’s basketball head coach Denise Dillon knew they would again be tested against another local school: La Salle University. The game against La Salle would prove to be a launching point for the women’s team for their Thanksgiving tournament: the Long Island [...]
Very few athletes ever have the opportunity to represent their country in their respective sports. Drexel women’s soccer goalie Eve Badana will represent her country, the Republic of Ireland, on the field Nov. 28 and Dec. 1. Her opponent will be the top-ranked national team, the United States women’s national team. Badana will be making [...]
Heading into their first game Nov. 9 against the Friars of Providence College, head coach Denise Dillon and her rugged Drexel women’s basketball team will look to adjust to several new awaiting challenges. The first challenge is to replace last year’s leading scorer and co-MVP Kamile Nacickaite. Much of the scoring burden this season will [...]
Senior year is always a special year for those who have the privilege to play sports. It’s a time to look back and reflect on what has been done and what more could have been done. However, it also represents one last opportunity for an athlete to leave a lasting legacy on a team and [...]
Heading into the final two games of the season before the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament, coach Denise Zelenak and the Drexel University field hockey team will look to rebound after a tough loss at home Oct. 19 to the rival University of Delaware Blue Hens. Drexel paid the price for missing chances in the game. [...]
Drexel Athletics hosted its 11th annual Have A Heart Colonial Athletic Association Blood Challenge Oct. 18 at the Drexel Recreation Center to assist the American Red Cross in its goal of saving lives. The challenge, which is held every year by all the schools in the CAA, has grown to new heights each year. Over [...]
Coming off four straight victories, including one against the No. 15 University of New Hampshire, Drexel’s field hockey team was facing a daunting task ahead with two ranked opponents next on the schedule. The Dragons’ first test of the week came against the No. 21 College of William & Mary. The Tribe raced out to [...]
Talent without consistency in sports is many times what makes or breaks great athletes and teams. Consistency is one of the main things that head coach Mehdi Rhazali has been working on with his Dragons tennis team. Coming off a strong all-around team performance in the opening weekend of their season, Rhazali wanted to see [...]
The weekend of Sept. 21 marked the beginning of a new era for Drexel tennis as Mehdi Rhazali completed his first tournament as the new head coach of Drexel men’s and women’s tennis. Coming into the new season, Rhazali expected a lot from his young team, especially with the addition of new assistant coach Kristen [...]
After a series of individual successes during the summer, the Drexel men’s golf team had a promising start to the season this past weekend. The Dragons competed at the 24th annual Leo Keenan Invitational at St. Bonaventure University. The Dragons finished fifth out of eight teams in their opening event of the season. Freshman Christopher [...]
Coming into the 2012 season, head coach Denise Zelenak and the Drexel field hockey team were picked as the second-best team in the Colonial Athletic Association. After the first couple games it seems as though the Dragons are not only one of the best in the CAA but also among the best in the country. [...]
Drexel senior defender Dana Wilber keeps his distance against a University of Notre Dame attackman during the Dragons 5-6 loss to the Irish at Vidas Field March 3. It’s always great to go out on top. While the Drexel University men’s lacrosse team could not bring home the ultimate prize, the Colonial Athletic Association Championship, [...]
For the second straight tournament, the Drexel men’s golf team finished in 11th place. This past week, April 14-15, the Dragons achieved a final score of 616, which earned them an 11th-place finish out of 17 teams at the 2012 Wolfpack Spring Open. The tournament was hosted by North Carolina State University and took place [...]
After wins against La Salle University and Longwood University, the Drexel University women’s lacrosse team has now won four games in a row. Against La Salle March 10, the Dragons went down 3-0 early. However, sophomore Amanda Norcini put Drexel on the scoreboard by scoring a free-position goal. Alissa Watts took advantage of another free-position [...]
Over the course of three days, the Drexel University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams competed against the best student in the Colonial Athletic Association in an attempt to win the 2012 CAA championships. While neither team accomplished the ultimate goal of winning the conference, they had record-breaking performances that showed that they could [...]
The Drexel women’s lacrosse team won their first two games of the season against George Washington University and Saint Joseph’s University. The Drexel women’s lacrosse team started its season off strong with back-to-back wins at Vidas Field against George Washington University Feb. 19 and Saint Joseph’s University Feb. 22. The Dragons got off to an [...]
If you haven’t been to a Drexel University women’s lacrosse game, this would be a good time to attend one. Coming off a season in which they had earned their first-ever postseason berth, the expectations for this year’s team are very high. These expectations come from no one other than themselves and head coach Anna [...]
With the Drexel University swimming anddivingseason winding down,thereis only one meet remaining. Thisdiving-only meetwilltake placeFeb.11 at 11a.m.against the University ofMaryland-BaltimoreCounty. Juniorstandoutdiver Stephen Cal is the only member of the Drexel men’s swimming and diving team that competed last week in meets against Navy and Columbia University. In the meet, Cal scored 247.55 in the 1-meter [...]
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