The Drexel crew team completed its 2012-13 season by sending the men’s team to the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships May 31 through June 2. The Dragons finished 19thoverall in the team standings with 21 total points. In the varsity eight race, Drexel finished second in the fourth final with a time of 6:00, just [...]
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The 2012-13 season for Drexel’s swimming and diving teams had its ups and downs, to say the least. As the Dragons turn the page for next season, they will aim for more consistency throughout the program. The women finished with a disappointing record of 2-8. Their season ended with a seventh-place finish at the Colonial [...]
For the first time in the 75-year history of the decorated Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta, the host program took home the title. The Drexel Dragons, defending their home Schuylkill River, captured their first overall team title in the long history of the prestigious regatta. The grand event, held May 10-11, pitted Drexel against some of [...]
For the second consecutive May, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay has landed on the disabled list. And for the second consecutive May, many questions surround the right-hander, his future and the future of the organization. The tipping point for Halladay’s struggles came May 5 when he surrendered nine runs and recorded only seven outs. It [...]
The Drexel crew teams had another successful weekend on the Schuylkill River, as the men’s and women’s teams won the Bergen Cup and Kelly Cup, respectively, April 27. It marked the second straight season that the Dragons won both regattas, which pit Philadelphia programs against each other. Joining Drexel on the river were La Salle [...]
It was a big weekend on the Schuylkill River, as the Drexel crew teams defended their local river well. The Dragons captured seven gold medals April 20 at the Kerr Cup Regatta. The men’s varsity eight headlined the long list of Drexel winners. It marked the third consecutive year that the varsity eight won the [...]
Last weekend started off with the Drexel women’s lacrosse team extending its win streak to four games, only to see it snap there a few days later. The team split its Colonial Athletic Association games against George Mason University and James Madison University April 12 and 14. The Dragons used a strong second half, including [...]
After a miserable start to the week, the Drexel softball team salvaged a victory in the final inning of the week’s last game. Overall the team went 1-4 for the week, including a perfect game that was thrown against them. The Dragons were shut out by Hofstra University 11-0 in the series opener April 6. [...]
On March 27, the team swept both games against Bucknell University on the road. Both games were decided by the same score: 3-1. In Game 1, a three-run third inning was enough for Drexel. The highlight of the inning was a two-run double by Jenn Reading. Mary Horton’s error opened the door for the big [...]
The men’s lacrosse team split its two games last week, defeating Bryant University before falling to Bucknell University. With the split, the team moved its record to 4-2 and is currently ranked 13th in the nation. The Dragons knocked off the Bryant Bulldogs with a score of 11-5 March 9 at Vidas Field. The victory [...]
The Drexel softball team continued its struggling start to the young season. The Dragons posted a disappointing 2-4 record (2-6 overall) Feb. 24-27. The week started with a road trip south, as they traveled to Greensboro, N.C., for the Spartan Classic. Returning for the second year, the Dragons dropped three of four. The Dragons began [...]
The Drexel women’s lacrosse team has jumped out to a 2-0 start for the sixth straight season. The Dragons convincingly won both of their opening games, outscoring opponents 23-9. The Dragons started the season Feb. 16 in the nation’s capital, where they defeated George Washington University 10-3. The Dragons were fueled by longtime starters and [...]
Following a preseason that lasted over a month, the Drexel women’s lacrosse team is ready to get the season underway. Their first game will be Feb. 16, when they travel to Washington, D.C., and face off against George Washington University. It was not the preseason, however, that prepared the Dragons for this matchup, and more [...]
During a recent era in which many of Drexel’s athletic teams have elevated their programs, the University has elevated and modernized the way it celebrates its past athletes. This winter, Drexel opened a new Hall of Fame to honor its great athletes of the past and maintain a collection of their achievements. The modern design [...]
Tennis season has returned following its winter break, and both the men and women returned to the courts for Drexel. The men split a pair of weekend contests Jan. 26-27, and the women defeated Lehigh University Jan. 26. The weekend began with the two teams having split results in Bethlehem, Pa. The men got off [...]
Drexel Athletics named women’s basketball forward Taylor Wootton one of the CLEAR Athletes of the Week for the week of Jan. 21. The announcement came following two big games from Wootton against Colonial Athletic Association rivals Hofstra University and The College of William & Mary. Wootton, who shares the honors with men’s guard Frantz Massenat, [...]
Drexel senior Aaron Prosser was selected with the 36th overall pick in last weekend’s Major League Lacrosse player entry draft. Prosser, a midfielder, was selected in the fifth round by the Denver Outlaws. The selection comes one year after Prosser’s best career season to date, in which he scored 24 goals and tallied six assists. [...]
Things were rolling as smoothly as possible roughly 10 months ago for Bruiser Flint’s Dragons. The men’s basketball team had completed a 19-game winning streak, which spanned the course of two months. Now, two months shy of the one-year mark of that run, the team has won just seven of its last 19 games. The [...]
A few months ago, the women’s basketball team was staring at a few holes left by their four graduated seniors. Tyler Hale, Marisa Crane, Ayana Lee and All-Colonial Athletic Association first-teamer Kamile Nacickaite were Dragons for four winning seasons, including being part of the team’s only conference championship in program history. While they still had [...]
A recruit from New Haven, Conn., Tavon Allen missed his entire first year of Drexel basketball after suffering a stress fracture in the preseason. The injury, which Allen described as a “freak thing,” pushed back his debut to the court, as he was redshirted. Considering the excitement that comes with one’s first collegiate season, it [...]
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