Temple University Names Arthur Johnson As New VP, Director Of AthleticsTemple University announced Thursday Arthur Johnson has been named the new Vice President and Director of Athletics.
Herb Magee, Hall Of Famer Known As 'The Shot Doc,' Ready To Retire From Jefferson UniversityMagee is the only basketball coach to have achieved that many wins all at his alma mater, which has gone by various names over the years.
Temple-Rutgers Season Opener Postponed Until Saturday By IdaRutgers’ stadium sits on the banks of the Raritan River and some towns in northern New Jersey reported receiving as many as 8 inches of rains.
Mare Of Hawk Hill: Delco Born And Raised, Meet The Real Miss Lady Hawk, St. Joe's Guard Mary SheehanIf you come across a St. Joe's women's basketball game, you'll recognize a very family name from a very familiar place.
Penn, Temple Looking Forward To Helping Student-Athletes Capitalize On Name, Image, And LikenessOn Thursday, legislation that will allow student-athletes to benefit from their Name, Image and Likeness, or NIL, goes into effect.
Local College Track And Field Athletes Back At Franklin Field For Event Hosted By Penn RelaysThe track and field meet was hosted by the Penn Relays after the actual relays were canceled again due to city restrictions from the pandemic.
Meet Alanna Campbell, The Brains Behind 'One Shining Moment'Following every national championship game since 1987, "One Shining Moment" is the familiar refrain. It’s become as synonymous with the NCAA Tournament as buzzer-beaters and distraught fans.
NCAA Tournament 2021: Flat Second Half Costs No. 5 Villanova In Sweet 16 Loss To No. 1 BaylorVillanova's season is over after a 62-51 loss to No. 1 Baylor on Saturday night.
Villanova Basketball In Unfamiliar Underdog Territory Ahead Of Matchup With Top-Seeded BaylorCBS3's Pat Gallen spoke with CBS Sports analyst Clark Kellogg about Villanova being back in a familiar place and how they can continue their run.
NCAA Tournament 2021: Fewer Brackets But Same Number Plan Bets On March MadnessThe American Gaming Association released figures Sunday predicting that more than 47 million Americans plan to make a bet on March Madness.
Philadelphia Ranked 8th Best City For College Basketball Fans In New WalletHub SurveyPhiladelphia came in No. 8 overall -- and 3rd among large cities -- in WalletHub's Best Cities for College Basketball Fans survey.
Drexel Headed To NCAA Tournament For First Time In 25 YearsDrexel is headed to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 25 years after defeating eighth-seeded Elon 63-56 in the championship game of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament on Tuesday night.
Villanova Guard Collin Gillespie Out For Remainder Of Season With Torn MCLGillespie hurt his knee in the Wildcats' win over Creighton last night.
'She's The Inspiration': Kelsey Koelzer Breaking Racial Barriers In NCAA Hockey At Arcadia UniversityKelsey Koelzer of Horsham, Pennsylvania, is the first Black head coach in the history of NCAA hockey.
Ivy League Cancels Spring Sports Conference Season For Second Straight YearThe Ivy League presidents wrote in a joint statement that they decided to cancel the spring sports seasons to be consistent with the schools' measures to protect everyone on campus.