The 2014 season for the Temple baseball team was turned on its head back in December when it was revealed that 2014 would actually be the final season for the program. It was one of several sports the university was eliminating.
The St. Joseph’s University baseball team has already enjoyed a record-breaking season and they’ll look to keep the good times rolling as they head into the post-season.
Who doesn’t get a tear in their eye at the thought of Notre Dame football players hitting the “Play Like A Champion Today” sign on their way out onto the field? But some sports traditions have gone rogue and are way over played. Here are some that have gotten so out of control – they’re downright annoying.
After winning in its first-ever NCAA Tournament game last weekend, the Drexel Dragons men’s lacrosse team is now getting ready for the quarterfinals.
No Temple Owls were selected in the 2014 NFL Draft, but some have signed rookie free agent deals or gotten try-out invitations. Punter Paul Layton falls into the latter category.
It has been quite the start to the season for Reading outfielder Cameron Perkins.
Chris Stigall talked with Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about Sunday’s loss to the Mets and Jonathan Papelbon’s unavailability.
Make the most of your summer with this ultimate guide to road trips.
For the second straight season, the West Chester University softball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament.
Over 100 colleges and universities and thousands of athletes compete in the annual Dad Vail Regatta each year.
It all comes down to this for the Penn baseball team.
Right-handed pitcher Patrick Christensen enjoyed a dominant career as the hammer at the back of the bullpen for La Salle University.
After staying alive with a very impressive, 5-2 win over the Rangers in Game #6 of this series, the Flyers will battle the Rangers tonight at Madison Square Garden in the decisive Game #7.
Dr. David Webner, Co-Director of The Crozer-Keystone Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, was here to speak with us about sports concussions.
It was quite the day at the office on Wednesday for longtime Widener University softball coach Fred Dohrmann.