PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Drexel will head down to Maryland for a Thursday night Colonial Athletic Association match-up with Towson. The Dragons have lost three straight to fall to 7-12 on the season (1-5 CAA). The last two defeats have been tough battles with Delaware in Newark (72-66) and Hofstra at the DAC (91-86). “We’ve done a good job fighting,” Drexel head coach Zach Spiker tells KYW Newsradio. “Certainly it’s a tough stretch but I think our guys have the right mindset.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Temple will look to bounce back from a heartbreaking overtime loss when they welcome Tulsa to the Liacouras Center on Wednesday night for an American Athletic Conference match-up. The Owls (8-9 overall, 1-5 American) fell to Memphis on Saturday, 75-72, losing when Kareem Brewton Jr. hit a deep three-pointer after picking up a loose ball with just one second remaining in the extra session.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team will be home this weekend for a pair of Ivy League match-ups at the Palestra. On Friday night the Quakers host Cornell, and then on Saturday Columbia comes to town. Penn is 6-5 on the season. Last Saturday, Penn saw a four-game winning streak snapped as they lost their Ivy opener to Princeton at the Palestra, 70-55. “We played periods of really good basketball,” Penn head coach Mike McLaughlin tells KYW Newsradio.
ICYMI - Home @American_Conf match-up tonight for @TUMBBHoops. The Owls welcome Tulsa to town. Spoke with head coach Fran Dunphy about that tough OT loss to Memphis and the match-up with the Golden Hurricane. Give a listen - http://cbsloc.al/2B7CtUe
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Selecting a term
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