While the season is over for the city’s college field hockey teams, two standouts are getting the opportunity to play in one more game.
The La Salle Explorers play their third straight home game to open the season on Saturday as they welcome Siena to Gola Arena.
For the third straight season, the La Salle women’s soccer team has qualified for the NCAA Tournament. After winning a second straight Atlantic 10 title, the Explorers drew Georgetown in the first round and the two teams will meet on Saturday afternoon.
George Beamon scored 24 points and Michael Alvarado added 16, including the go-ahead 3-pointer that pushed Manhattan past La Salle for a 99-90 double overtime win on Saturday.
The La Salle University men’s soccer team is alone at the top of the Atlantic 10 with a 3-0 conference mark and a big reason why is the play of senior Jason Plumhoff.
You may have to excuse St. Joseph Prep’s coach Gabe Infante if he doesn’t get overly vocal if his team gets down early tonight against archrival La Salle, in a Catholic League Class AAAA showdown at 7 p.m. at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.
There’s going to be another quarterback playing in the huge Catholic League Class AAAA showdown Friday at 7 p.m. when La Salle hosts arch rival St. Joe’s Prep at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.
A southern New Jersey woman has been convicted of murder for stabbing her boyfriend during an argument over where she should live at college in September 2010.
They go back together to the “sowing room” days, back to the bleak times when they shared a two-year 1-and-22 stretch and nothing was going right. It’s when Haverford High School head coach Joe Gallagher and assistant coach Justin Mellor would retreat to the sowing room because it had the best white board in the school at that time and they had to draw up new plays.
A La Salle University professor says President Obama has a rough road ahead getting approval for military action in Syria.
If Coatesville stellar senior Daquan Worley had his choice, he’ll be a cornerback when he arrives at Penn State next summer. In the meantime, the Penn State-commit continues to do something he’s been doing since he first touched a football, and that’s running through defenses and scoring touchdowns.
If it were up to St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante, his first three nonleague opponents would be Alabama, the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. Infante believes in having his teams play perfect, and if not perfect, pretty darn close to it. So to get there, he’s devised a national schedule that he feels will more than prepare his team for the Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAAA season and possibly beyond.
Doug Overton is a very familiar name to basketball fans in Philadelphia.
By Joseph Santoliquito Philadelphia (CBS)—John Reid sat there absorbing everything, attentive, leaning forward, embracing every word and feeling connected. Very connected. This is eventually where he wants to be, he thought to himself. But on […]
Colleges routinely get big names or celebrities to make graduation speeches, but the task of welcoming newbies may be in-sourced. For a young woman at La Salle this is her spotlight moment.