The Golden Rams have advanced to the national semifinals of the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament.
The Cavaliers have started the 2013-14 season 7-0, and it is safe to say that the program should really now be considered one of the elites on a national level.
There are many ways to measure whether or not you have had a successful season in college football. One example: if you are still practicing during the first week of December, things are going really well.
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.
A pair of area college basketball squads are preparing for first-round match-ups in the Division III NCAA Tournament.
The Delaware Blue Hens will look to start the 2012 season 2-0 on Saturday as they host in-state rival Delaware State.
West Chester football is getting ready for tonight’s opener against Delaware.
After going 2-8 in 2011, the Division II Lincoln University football team has high hopes for significant improvement here in 2012.
West Chester is sitting pretty down in Cary, North Carolina at the Division II College World Series.
The West Chester University baseball team is off to Cary, North Carolina and the Division II College World Series.
Looking for the best college baseball team in the area? You probably don’t have to look any further than West Chester University.
The Holy Family women’s basketball team is still standing after two rounds of the Division II NCAA Tournament. Next up for the Tigers, a match-up tonight with the top seed in the East region, Bentley.
The Philadelphia University Rams are set to open play in the Division II NCAA Tournament on Saturday. Herb Magee’s squad is the eight seed in the East region and that earns them a first-round match-up with the top seed in the region, Franklin Pierce.
The nation’s leading shot blocker is playing in Philadelphia.
There are some great matchups this week for the local Division II and Division III squads, including critical conference games for Widener, Ursinus, and Rowan.