Both the Drexel men and women’s squash teams fell to Princeton University this past week, more than a full week removed from their previous appearance on the court. After the long hiatus, the teams failed to capitalize on the opportunity to begin their first winning streak of the season. Each team was coming off a […]
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Both the men’s and women’s squash teams returned to the home courts for Drexel over the weekend. Unfortunately, things quickly went south, and both teams lost their first two matches Nov. 22 and 23. They both did, however, manage to salvage the final match of the weekend. Nov. 22 was when Drexel officially opened the […]
The Drexel squash teams commenced their 2013-14 campaign Nov. 16, with mixed results. The men’s team split its first two decisions, while the women got off to a perfect start, picking up a shutout victory. The men started the year falling 5-4 at the hands of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Drexel received […]
Now into their third year as a Division I program, the Drexel squash teams are ready to take a big step forward this season. Both the men’s and the women’s teams open their seasons Nov. 16. The men will compete in a doubleheader against both the United States Naval Academy and Georgetown University, while the […]
Although they did their part over the weekend, the Drexel women’s soccer team’s season ended short of a Colonial Athletic Association playoff berth. The Dragons were eliminated Oct. 27 despite defeating the University of North Carolina Wilmington and the College of Charleston in their final two games. Drexel entered the weekend with a small chance […]
Drexel’s women’s soccer team’s hopes for another Colonial Athletic Association Tournament appearance darkened last week, as the team dropped its match Oct. 18 against the University of Delaware by a score of 1-0. Coming off a breakthrough victory, one that saw them snap a 530-minute scoreless streak, the Dragons were looking to build some late-season […]
Although it came as part of a weekend split, the Drexel women’s soccer team is back in the win column. The Dragons defeated Hofstra University 2-1 Oct. 13 following a 1-0 loss to Northeastern University two days before. Drexel came out firing in the rain Oct. 11 against Northeastern, although the scoreboard did not reflect […]
The Drexel women’s soccer team’s struggles continued offensively. For the fourth straight game, the Dragons failed to get on the scoreboard and were shut out 2-0 Oct. 6 by James Madison University. Drexel fell to 4-8-1 on the season and has yet to win a game within the Colonial Athletic Association, falling to 0-3 in […]
The Drexel’s women’s soccer team took another step back this week, this time to Colonial Athletic Association foes. The Dragons lost to Towson University on the road and at Vidas Field to The College of William & Mary to fall to 4-7-1 on the year in the conference openers. From the opening kickoff Sept. 29 […]
A season of inconsistency continued for the women’s soccer team, as Drexel split two games in Colorado. The team fell to Colorado College 3-0 Sept. 20 before rebounding to blank the United States Air Force Academy 1-0 Sept. 22. The weekend got off to as poor of a start as possible, as 100 seconds into […]
It has been a rocky start to the season for the Drexel women’s soccer team. In games littered with inconsistency, the team has split the first third of its schedule as evenly as possible, opening 3-3-1. The team got off to a slow start to kick off the season, falling to Rutgers University 1-0 Aug. […]
The 2012 season for the women’s soccer team at Drexel was more than just a good year; it was historic. The Dragons shattered their program record for most wins in a season, posting a 13-3-3 mark. Not only did it nearly double their previous high win total, but their second-place finish in the Colonial Athletic […]
Five years can be longer than you think, and the Philadelphia Phillies had this brought to their attention last week. The organization welcomed back Brad Lidge, the delivery man of the final out that clinched the franchise’s most recent World Series in 2008, as he signed a one-day contract Aug. 1 to retire as a […]
The 2013 Philadelphia Phillies’ roster, with an Opening Day payroll of $159 million, was built to compete and win now. With many of the core pieces in the final year of their contracts, it is perhaps the final year for these players to make a run together. Among the impending free agents are Chase Utley, […]
Ryan Howard could not proceed any further. His ailing leg — which has a weak arch of the foot, a recovering Achilles tendon and a torn meniscus — eventually became too problematic. On July 8 it was deemed necessary that he get the torn meniscus surgically repaired, a procedure that is estimated to require six […]
The Philadelphia Phillies are about to enter the most uncertain stretch of the season in their most uncertain season since 2000. Unable to play .500 or better baseball consistently, the Phillies will have a few major decisions to make as they approach the trade deadline. Four of their starting eight position players are unsigned beyond […]
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 19th overall 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, […]
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 […]
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