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

Drexel swimmers fare well at CAAs

Thirteen is widely recognized as an unlucky number. But that wasn’t the case in the men’s Colonial Athletic Association swimming championship, as the University of North Carolina Wilmington claimed its 13th straight title March 1. Meanwhile, the Drexel men’s swimming team finished fifth out of six in the tournament, with… Continued

Three Drexel mat men qualify for NCAA Tourney

The Palestra on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania may hold a special place in Philadelphia basketball lore, but from March 8-9 it played host to a different sport: wrestling. The Drexel wrestling team was there along with the rest of the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association for the EIWA… Continued

Men’s lax stunned in second half

The Drexel men’s lacrosse team fell in a big way to the Bryant University Bulldogs in the sixth game of the Dragons’ season March 8, losing 12-6. With the loss, the team fell to 3-3 overall. Drexel entered the game on a hot streak following big victories against Robert Morris… Continued


“Everything That Happens Will Happen Today” — the title of a 2008 album from David Byrne and Brian Eno, and the perfect description for the approach of the Drexel men’s basketball team to the 2014 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament. Senior guard Frantz Massenat has started 127 games for Drexel. Graduate… Continued

Men’s lax downs St. John’s, RMU

The Drexel University men’s lacrosse team knocked off Robert Morris University, 18-12, at Vidas Field March 1. The game began well for the Dragons, who pulled out to an early 2-0 lead after goals by freshman midfielder Nick Valentino and redshirt freshman attacker Cole Shafer. The Colonials responded before the… Continued