Lack of offensive depth sinks M. Bball against Miami

The old saying goes, “defense wins championships.” Not quite. If there’s anything the early season performance of the Drexel University men’s basketball team shows, it’s that basketball is a two-way game. Experts, players and fans alike differ in their preference between offense and defense, but it doesn’t really matter. You… Continued

Preview: M. Bball looks for first win against Miami

Drexel University Dragons (0-2) vs. University of Miami Hurricanes (2-0) 3 p.m., TD Arena, Charleston, South Carolina Momentum check These two squads are going in opposite directions heading into the Charleston Classic tournament, prepping what could be a mismatch for the ages. For Drexel, this challenge couldn’t come at a… Continued

Rodney Williams, big man on campus

Rodney Williams will have been a sophomore for less than two months when the Drexel men’s basketball season tips off in Boulder, Colorado, tonight. But this season, because of graduations and injuries, the Richmond, Virginia native is the most experienced big man on the team. After a strong showing in… Continued

The Comeback of Damion Lee

Damion Lee can’t wait for Nov. 13. He can’t wait to sit in a hotel room in Colorado, going to sleep knowing game day awaits him on the other side, a chance to be on the Coors Events Center hardwood with his teammates. By the time Nov. 14 rolls around,… Continued

Creighton prepared for increased role

Last season, then-sophomore point guard Meghan Creighton was voted by her teammates and coaches as the most valuable player on a Drexel women’s basketball team stuffed with talent and experience. Creighton averaged 8.2 points and 3.9 assists and played 36 minutes per game, the third-highest scorer with the highest minutes-per-game… Continued

W. bball ready to host Cornell Sunday

To start their 2014 campaign, the Drexel University women’s basketball team will host Cornell University, a team that was decimated by graduations coming into the season, at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Their top four scorers from last season graduated, leaving the Big Red in an uncertain state. They aren’t sure… Continued

Curran looks ahead to sophomore campaign

“It was definitely a self-accomplishment.” Those were Sarah Curran’s humble words describing her stellar freshman season on the women’s basketball team, in which she totaled 22 starts, 241 points and snagged a spot on the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team. None of these statistics are common for a freshman —… Continued