M. bball making most of extra practice time

James “Bruiser” Flint doesn’t like to scream in the summer. “The summer time is for relaxing, so I don’t get on them as much,” the Drexel men’s basketball head coach said about his players. To a bystander at practice the Aug. 19 morning, this would have been far from evident.… Continued

Disappointing season ends with loss

If you watched the Drexel Dragons and George Mason University Patriots men’s basketball teams during the 2012-13 season, you would have seen a few common themes emerge. From the Drexel side, Damion Lee, a sophomore with the potential to be the best player in his conference by a mile, was… Continued

Drexel falls to George Mason 68-62

There are few cautionary tales that haven’t been written about the men’s basketball team this season. The fans of the Blue and Gold have had to take every win with a grain of salt and every loss with a dose of reality. This week brought both, and as usual, Drexel’s… Continued

Men’s basketball falls to a defi cient ODU team

The Dragons finally had a legitimate winning streak. They had shut down one of the premier freshmen in the country, the freshman who now holds the highest single-game point total in the country for his class. And then in came the University of Delaware. As recounted last week, the rivalry… Continued

M. basketball wins Battle of 33rd St.

The Drexel University men’s basketball team earned its first win of the season Nov. 17 against the rival University of Pennsylvania 61-59. However, the Dragons were unable to carry that momentum into the DirecTV Classic, losing two of their three games. The Dragons put in a more complete effort against… Continued