After losing two of three out in the Virgin Islands during the Paradise Jam, the La Salle Explorers are set to return home on Wednesday night to host Hartford.
It’s probably safe to say that the 2012-13 La Salle Explorers provided Philadelphia sports fans with the most exciting ride of the year to this point. After a 21-win regular season, the Explorers earned one of the last at-large berths for the NCAA Tournament.
Once again, the La Salle University women’s soccer team has emerged as a regional power.
Pat Christensen has made a significant impact on the baseball program at La Salle, but his career has also elevated him among the elite closers in the history of Division I baseball.
Philadelphia players help La Salle’s march back to college hoops relevance.
Everything always came so easily to Tyrone Garland on a basketball court. He always seemed to move faster than everyone else—especially with the ball in his hands at Bartram High School, with his trademark headband and his dreadlocks bouncing off the back of his neck in his wake.
After a 21-8 regular season, the La Salle Explorers earned a first round bye in the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
The La Salle Explorers will look to keep on rolling on Wednesday when they host Dayton.
Tyreek Duren scored a career-high 29 points as La Salle beat Penn State 82-57 Wednesday night for the Explorers’ fourth straight victory.
Last year, the LaSalle Men’s Basketball squad earned a bid to the National Invitation Tournament. This year, LaSalle is hoping to play in a bigger tournament in March.
For the first time since 1992, La Salle will be playing basketball past their conference tournament. Their season was extended on Sunday with word that the Explorers had earned a berth in the NIT. They will open the tournament up on Wednesday night at Gola Arena against Minnesota out of the Big 10.
La Salle basketball looks to close out the regular season with a win.
Chris Gaston scored 35 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead Fordham in a 67-62 come-from-behind win over La Salle on Saturday.
Ramone Moore scored five of his 18 points in overtime to help No. 22 Temple beat La Salle 80-79 on Wednesday night, the Owls’ 11th straight win.
Earl Pettis scored 18 points and La Salle overcame a 10-point first-half deficit to edge Massachusetts 72-71 Saturday night, ruining the Minutemen’s 12-0 home record this season.