Articles by Bryan Fyalkowski
Apr. 4, 2014
Former editor Bryan Fyalkowski’s final farewell
I don’t remember why I first approached The Triangle, but reflecting on the past two and a half years, I’m glad I went to the first meeting of the fall term back in September 2011.
Feb. 26, 2014
Drexel club roller hockey falls to St. Joe’s once again
In sports, if a team rises from the bottom, it’s usually the case that they will need to overthrow the top team to prove their worth. You have to beat the best to be the best, they say.
Feb. 14, 2014
Drexel’s ‘Red Mist’ earns spot on pro ultimate team
When Nick Patel competed in his first tournament on the Drexel Ultimate Frisbee team, he wanted to make a name for himself, being a freshman playing among a senior-laden group. But with another player on the team named “Nick,” things got a bit confusing out on the field.
Feb. 14, 2014
Into the Vault: Spaceballs
Do you know how ludicrous it is that you’re currently reading a movie review of “Spaceballs”? It might be more ludicrous when I tell you that my top five favorite comedies include (in no particular order) “Bull Durham,” “Caddyshack,” “Nacho Libre” and “Zoolander.” Well, considering it takes a lunatic to love “Spaceballs,” it’s only appropriate that a lunatic is “reviewing” the 27-year-old movie for his school newspaper rather than doing actual homework.
Dec. 6, 2013
Coach Hess reflects on historic men’s soccer season
Hopes were high as the Drexel men’s soccer team took the field in the first round of the NCAA College Cup. The Blue and Gold stood between the lines Nov. 21 just after the clock struck 6 p.m. and stood face to face with the Monarchs of Old Dominion University.
Nov. 21, 2013
M. soccer wins first CAA tourney
The Drexel men’s soccer team won its first-ever Colonial Athletic Association Championship title against The College of William & Mary Nov. 16. Drexel defender Jameson Detweiler scored the only goal of the game.Jameson Detweiler doesn’t usually go to the net. But in a scoreless, winner-take-all match against The College of William & Mary in the Colonial Athletic Association championship game, the redshirt freshman defender took a chance and followed team captain Tal Bublil into scoring range.
Nov. 8, 2013
Men’s soccer wins second consecutive CAA title
Senior Mark Donohue protects the ball during Drexel’s 1-1 draw against Hofstra University Oct. 30. The forward has two goals in 17 appearances so far this season.Have you ever heard the adage “competition breeds champions”? Probably not, because I just made it up. But even though it is a phrase I just pulled out of my skull, it seems to apply greatly to the Drexel men’s soccer team in the Colonial Athletic Association.
Nov. 1, 2013
Ice hockey loses to West Chester on special night
Sophomore defenseman John Quigley defends the puck against West Chester University defenseman Jeff Dugan during the Rams’ 6-4 victory over the Dragons Oct. 26 at the Class of 1923 arena. Quigley has tallied two goals and two assists for Drexel this season.“We hate them.”
Oct. 25, 2013
Dragons split matches at Delaware and Maryland
Senior Nathan Page controls possession during Drexel’s 1-0 win over La Salle University Sept. 17. The midfielder is tied for the team lead in goals this season with four.In collegiate sports, conference games are generally more important than those of the out-of-conference variety. This surely rings true for the Drexel men’s soccer team, which is now 3-0-1 in Colonial Athletic Association play and 4-6-1 when playing teams outside of the conference.
Oct. 18, 2013
Sports and social change to be discussed
During halftime of a Sunday Night Football game Oct. 13 between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins, sportscaster Bob Costas used his on-air time to speak about the demeaning nature of the nickname “Redskins,” calling it an “insult” and a “slur” to the Native American population.