By Matt Leon PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s arguably the most anticipated Big 5 game of the year, every year, and it is tonight at the Pavilion as Villanova hosts St. Joe’s in the ‘Holy War’. […]
La Salle hopes to take some of the momentum of their win over Villanova into their game with Rider.
Villanova head coach Jay Wright is on the outside looking in at the NCAA Tournament.
A preview of tonight’s CAA championship game for Drexel.
Temple’s Fran Dunphy talks about the Atlantic 10 tournament, being named Atlantic 10 Coach Of The Year.
The St. Joe’s basketball team used Rocky III to inspire them to an upset win over Temple.
St. Joe’s coach Phil Martelli talks about their Big 5 matchup with Temple.
The Penn Quakers have been idle since they swept their initial weekend of Ivy League action last Friday and Saturday with wins at Columbia and Cornell.
After starting the season just 3-9, the La Salle University women’s basketball team in now on a roll, winning six in a row as they get ready for a Wednesday afternoon visit to Charlotte.
A native of Walnutport, Pa., Kara Bonenberger has stepped right in and played very well for the Quakers: she is second on the team in scoring and first in rebounding.
The grind of the Atlantic 10 schedule continues Wednesday evening for both Temple and La Salle, when the two city rivals face each other at the Liacouras Center.
The Explorers have won six straight, including impressive victories over a couple of conference contenders, Xavier and UMass.
It was a week of emotional ups and downs for the Temple Owls (10-4).
The Owls have a few days off before heading down to Texas to play the Longhorns on Saturday in Austin, and Rice on Monday in Houston.
Villanova has a tough matchup on tap tonight, as Jay Wright’s Wildcats are in New York City to play #10 Missouri at Madison Square Garden.