Drexel freshman guard Damion Lee goes up for a shot at the DAC during the Dragons 68-48 win over Georgia State Jan. 25. From Feb. 13, 1988 until Feb. 4, 1989, the University of Richmond Spiders, then members of the Colonial Athletic Association, won 17 consecutive regular-season conference matchups. That is the CAA’s longest standing […]
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The Dragons are breathing fire right now — plain and simple. They boast a 16-5 record (8-2 in the Colonial Athletic Association) and are tied for second in the CAA standings, just below George Mason University and tied with Virginia Commonwealth University and Old Dominion University. The Dragons have won eight games in a row, […]
Drexel junior guard Chris Fouch dribbles the ball around the three-point line, while being defended by George Mason redshirt sophomore guard Sherrod Wright during the Dragons 60-53 win over the Patriots at the DAC Jan. 12. Fouch scored six points in 13 minutes. One more win. That’s right, one more consecutive victory and the Drexel […]
Sophomore point guard Frantz Massenat holds the ball away from George Mason sophomore point guard Byron Allen. Massenat scored 12 points in the 60-53 victory. A freshman is the toast of the campus this week as freshman guard Derrick Lee dropped 21 points — 16 in the second half — to completely take over the […]
Detroit Pistons guard Chauncey Billups, left, drives against New York Knicks’ Malik Rose during the first half, April 16. ’06 at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan. Detroit won 103-97. This week your friends at the sports section are introducing a new column called “Blast from the Past,” where we will take a look […]
With just over four minutes remaining in the first half Nov. 15 in Lawrenceville, N.J., the Rider Broncs led the Dragons 26-18 and things weren’t looking too good for the Colonial Athletic Association favorites. But that thought was quickly demolished as Drexel proceeded to go on a 10-2 run to head into the locker room […]
The Dragons are tipping off their 2011-12 season later than most teams, but take that with a grain of salt because they are still starting extremely early — in the day, that is, 6 a.m. to be exact. So if you happen to be waking up for work or class and you turn on ESPN, […]
It would be tough for Frantz Massenat to have a better rookie season than he did in 2010-11. But after the season he had in his first year on the Drexel basketball team, his future looks bright, and he looks destined for even better seasons. As a freshman for the Dragons, Massenat did more than […]
In 1996, Malik Rose led the Drexel Dragons to their most recent NCAA Tournament trip, which concluded with an exclamation point as Rose and the Dragons defeated fifth-seeded Memphis before losing to Syracuse in the program’s only second-round NCAA Tournament game in its history. In addition to Rose’s heroics, 2003 was also another one-and-only for […]
Since his arrival in the 2008-09 Drexel basketball season, now-senior Samme Givens has contributed as a force of extreme dominance for the men’s team. As he steps into his fourth and final year, he will leave behind nothing short of a remembered and honored collegiate career. Head Coach James “Bruiser” Flint made a strategic move […]
Basketball fans rejoice. It is time to escape the reality that is the NFL’s 1-4 Philadelphia “dream team,” and there is no longer a need to feign interest in early-season hockey, and yes, it’s time to stop dabbing the tears off of your cheeks with your Phillies rally towel. The start of a brand new […]
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