Field hockey in for a big season

The Drexel field hockey team is looking to have a strong season for the third consecutive year. In 2012 the Dragons beat Northeastern University to win the program’s first Colonial Athletic Association Championship, and in 2013, the Dragons came close to appearing in yet another championship game; however, Northeastern obtained… Continued

Utley heats up, Phils meander

The Phillies never make it easy, and this season, that has proved to be truer than fans care to admit. This time, the front office has a heavy hand in the blame, and this was reinforced tenfold this week. Recently, Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. went on “The Mike… Continued

Phillies need to focus on the rebuild

Remember when the Phillies would hit themselves back into games that were poorly pitched? Or when the pitching was dominant enough to make up for a bad hitting stretch? How about when the Phillies could sweep a team and it wouldn’t be a surprise? Phillies fans do remember these things,… Continued

W. lacrosse misses CAA tourney

It was a bittersweet final game for the Drexel women’s lacrosse team: Sweet because the team honored Amanda Norcini and Kelly Palace on Senior Day, but bitter because it turned out to be their final game as Drexel Dragons. The team lost to Hofstra University, 10-2, in the final game… Continued

W. lax erupts en route to 9-6 win

It was all smiles for the Drexel women’s lacrosse team on April 12’s 9-6 win over the Monmouth University Blue Hawks, the Dragons’ second straight win. The team looked to start off on top as in their previous win against Towson University, but breaking through proved difficult. Both defenses held… Continued