Tennis closes out 2014 with big wins

The Drexel men’s and women’s tennis teams continued their torrid pace of wins by closing out 2014 with decisive victories over Rider University and Saint Peter’s University. The men’s team was faced with a back-to-back against Saint Peter’s and Rider. They kicked off the singles matches against Saint Peter’s with… Continued

Tennis continues strong start against Monmouth

The Drexel University women’s tennis team continued their torrid start to the season with a 7-0 shutout win over Monmouth University. The singles matches were mostly one sided in favor of the Dragons, which saw the freshmen clobber their competition. Kicking off singles competitions was Ryshena Providence, who nearly shut… Continued

HAIM plays to jam-packed Tower Theater crowd

It really is a magnificent feeling walking into The Tower Theater, regardless of who’s playing or what’s going on. Under the dim firefly glow of the lights on the large sign that literally towers over the Philadelphia area of Upper Darby, entering the venue instills feelings of nostalgia and antiquity.… Continued

Tennis comes up short at Army

Some wins are never meant to be. This was the case for the Army Invitational, where the Drexel men’s tennis team was swept, losing all three matches. They started the tournament first with a 6-1 loss to Binghamton University, followed by a 4-3 loss to St. Bonaventure University. They then… Continued

M. tennis downs big rival Temple

The Drexel tennis team rolled over Saint Francis University Feb. 9 at the Armory, with the men’s and women’s teams claiming both matches. The women’s team cruised to a 6-1 victory due in part to a near-clean sweep of the singles matches. The opening match in singles saw junior Nicole… Continued

Coach Rhazali adjusts lineup

The Drexel men’s tennis team cruised to a 6-1 victory on the road over Saint Peter’s University Feb. 2. In doubles play, Drexel took two of three matches. Initially, the team was blanked when sophomore Xabier Saavedra and junior Alex Fioravante lost 6-0. Juniors Badr Ouabdelmoumen and Daniel Hansen evened it… Continued