It has been a great start to the season for Drexel. The Dragons are 3-1, with the only loss coming in a close game (72-67) at #18 UCLA to open the season. On Wednesday night they will play on the New York City stage, taking on #4 Arizona, at Madison Square Garden, in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off Tournament.
After smothering Endicott College in the first round of the NCAA Division III Football Championship Tournament, the Rowan Profs will be in Texas this weekend for a second round match-up with The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
The Owls trailed early in the second half, but bounced back to pick up the large victory.
The Nittany Lions were unstoppable in the second half as they dispatched Longwood 93-67 Sunday.
UConn won its first game of the season with a 28-21 come-from-behind win over Temple on Saturday night.
John Robertson led the rally on Saturday as Villanova beat Delaware 35-34 at PPL Park.
Penn State suffered a tough 23-30 loss to the Nebraska Cornhuskers in overtime Saturday.
Cornell held off a late Penn rally to win 42-41 Saturday.
In an effort to show appreciation for active military personnel, the public is being asked to buy tickets for troops who want to attend next month’s Army/Navy game in South Philadelphia.
Tyrone Garland scored 14 of his game-high 22 points in the second half as La Salle pulled away for a 78-59 win over Morgan State in the Paradise Jam Friday night.
JayVaughn Pinkston scored 26 points to lead four Villanova players in double figures in an 84-80 win over Delaware on Friday night.
Darien Nelson-Henry scored 13 points to lead Penn (1-3).
Cummings’ 3-pointer with 7 seconds left lifted the Owls to an 83-81 victory over Georgia at the Charleston Classic on Friday and rescued the Owls after the Bulldogs had rallied from 13 points down to move in front 81-80 on Charles Mann’s driving layup moments earlier.
For the first time since 2008, West Chester University has qualified for the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament and the Golden Rams will open things up at home on Saturday, hosting American International College.
K.J. McDaniels had 20 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks to help Clemson overcome a 12-point deficit and defeat Temple 72-58 to finish the opening round of the Charleston Classic on Thursday night.