The Penn Quakers have two games left in the season, and despite two-straight losses, they are still alive for a piece of the Ivy League title.
The Delaware Blue Hens are 7-3 on the season (4-2 in the Colonial Athletic Association) with two games left to play. They are still in the mix for an FCS playoff berth and they will try to take a step in that direction on Saturday as they host Richmond.
Basketball fans on Hawk Hill are anxiously awaiting Wednesday night, when St. Joe’s plays its 2013-14 home opener, hosting Marist.
The Temple Owls are coming off another successful season on North Broad Street. In 2012-13 they won 24 games, including an NCAA Tournament game against North Carolina State.
The West Chester Golden Rams are getting ready for the biggest game of their season on Saturday. They will host 8-1 Bloomsburg, with the winner grabbing the PSAC East title and a berth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship game.
Villanova will try to snap a three-game losing streak on Saturday when they take to the road to visit Rhode Island.
It should be a lot of fun at Franklin Field on Saturday when one of college football’s great rivalries continues, as the Penn Quakers host the Princeton Tigers.
Hopes for the 2012-13 season were very high for Drexel. Coming off a 29-win season in 2011-12 with most of the squad back, the Dragons were picked to win the Colonial Athletic Association. But Drexel started slow with two straight heartbreaking, overtime losses, and never found their pace.
The Flyers will try to get back on the winning track Friday night as they host the Washington Capitals.
After an absolutely improbable, season-opening victory over the two-time defending champion Miami Heat on Wednesday, the Sixers will try to start 2-0 as they visit the Washington Wizards.
The West Chester Golden Rams have put themselves in a great position coming down the home stretch of the 2013 college football regular season as they get ready to visit local rival Cheyney,
The Villanova Wildcats are coming off another weekend of heartbreak. They fell just short against Maine, losing 37-35 at home, falling to 4-4 (3-2 in the CAA) on the season. They will look to bounce back on Saturday as they travel down to Virginia to battle James Madison.
The Sixers open their 2013-2014 regular season on Wednesday night and they have a real challenge to start things off, with the two-time defending champion Miami Heat in town.
Widener is getting it done with a new head coach in Bobby Acosta, and a new quarterback in Seth Klein.
It is a second straight road game for the Delaware Blue Hens on Saturday as they visit the #7 Towson Tigers.