La Salle University
The Explorers are in Western Pennsylvania to match up with the perennial Big East power, the University of Pittsburgh, after a win over JMU.
After that tough, 76-69 overtime loss to Villanova on Tuesday night, La Salle University will look to bounce back on Saturday afternoon.
Both teams won their season openers on Friday.
The Explorers went 15-18 during the 2010-2011 campaign. Head coach Dr. John Giannini is looking forward to improving that ledger this season.
For the first time in program history, the La Salle women’s soccer team has qualified for the NCAA Tournament.
Three days after the death of Moamar Qaddafi, Libyan rebels have declared liberation and say the country will be guided by Islamic principals.
In their 14 games this season, La Salle has allowed just three goals. Total.
Coach Cheryl Reeve says this team has met the high expectations she had for it coming into the season.
Not only are they 6-0-1, but they are the only Division I women’s team in the country yet to allow a goal.
Delaware County, Pa. native TJ Chism has become virtually unhittable, fashioning a 0.70 ERA while splitting time between rookie ball and Single-A in 2010, and a 1.12 ERA this season with the Single-A Brooklyn Cyclones.
The Harry Potter phenomenon has, of course, created worldwide interest in the magical world it involves. But every so often, LaSalle University looks at the philosophy the series embodies.
The Explorers’ success on the mound this year didn’t go unnoticed by pro scouts, as righthander Cody Weiss has been selected by Seattle in the 14th round of this week’s MLB Draft.
La Salle (#6) beat Dayton (#3), 6-5, in 13 innings, scoring the winning run on an error.
Manlove says this was unexpected to say the least.
For the second straight season, the La Salle baseball team has qualified for the Atlantic 10 Baseball Tournament, which will once again be played at Campbell’s Field in Camden, NJ.