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The 2013 season was an incredibly successful one for the West Chester University Golden Rams and they are hoping to build on it here in 2014.
The Philadelphia Union return to Chester on Saturday and they will face a tough challenge as Real Salt Lake pays a visit.
This season has not gone according to plan thus far for the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul.
The Cavaliers are 11-0 this season and last night’s 25 to 4 win over Neumann University was their 99th straight win in Colonial States Athletic Conference action.
One of the top distance runners in La Salle University history is winding down an outstanding career. A career which almost got sidetracked.
The Villanova Wildcats have a handful of practices left before they close the book on their spring workouts.
Bill Shuey spent a decade on staff with the Eagles under Andy Reid, including four seasons as linebackers coach, he’s now Widener’s defensive coordinator.
The Owls went just 2-10 in 2013, losing a decade’s worth of heartbreakers – six of their ten losses were by nine points or fewer, four came by three points or fewer.
In just a couple weeks, she’ll be performing for a hometown crowd at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia
After having their five-game winning streak snapped on Monday night against the Kings, the Flyers will look to bounce back on Wednesday night as they visit the New York Rangers in a key Metropolitan Division match-up.
The Flyers are playing their best hockey of the season as they welcome some old friends to town.
The St. Joe’s women are still alive in the NCAA Tournament. On Tuesday night they will take on Connecticut in the second round up in Storrs
Delaware Valley College out in Doylestown has been one of the premier Division III college football programs in the region for more than a decade under the tutelage of outstanding head coaches in G.A. Mangus and Jim Clements. Now, Duke Greco is looking to continue that tradition.