M. Bball team’s turnover problem persists

Last season, the Drexel men’s basketball team ranked third in the country in turnovers per game. The team committed 255 turnovers in 30 games, averaging just 8.5 giveaways per contest. Only Georgia State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison were better. A man named Frantz Massenat ran point, conducting the… Continued

Lee’s valiant return falls just short

He waited, and he waited, and he waited. Damion Lee waited 20 months for the night of Nov. 17, a Monday. By the time announcer Dan Baker called his name, “from Baltimore, Maryland, number 14,” and the crowd at the Daskalakis Athletic Center detonated in rapturous applause, it had been… Continued

M. bball eyes wide-open Colonial

1. Northeastern University 2013-14 season: 11-21 (7-9) Simply put, Bill Coen’s Huskies squad is the most well-rounded team in the conference. The Huskies have talent at every position in the starting lineup, and in last season’s Defensive Player of the Year in forward Scott Eatherton, they also have one of… Continued

Men’s basketball changing guard

On a campus with no football team, it’s never too early to think about hoops. The Drexel men’s basketball season ended just under nine weeks ago, but the past 62 days have been packed with big developments — both positive and negative — for the team. The first big news… 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