Dragons Slay Bear Cats 9-5

March 25, 2015

                                           Balanced scoring and tough defense push Dragons to victory   T.J. Foley and Michael Kay each scored a pair of goals as the Drexel Dragons (4-5) defeated Binghamton(2-5), 9-5 at Vidas Field. Foley came into the game without popping the twine, but today he would hit it twice, both on…


Carlson Leads Maryland Past Dragons

February 28, 2015

Jay Carlson notched his first hat trick of the season to lead the No. 10 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a 12-3 victory over Drexel on Saturday afternoon at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. Meeting for the first time since 1943, the Dragons jumped out to an early 2-0 lead before the Maryland (3-1) defense buckled down to hold them scoreless for 56:17. The Terps scored 12 unanswered during…


Wildcats Down Dragons 14-11

February 25, 2015

The Drexel Dragons (0-3) are still looking for that first win of the season.  Yesterday afternoon they fell to cross-town rival Villanova Wildcats (2-1) by a score of 14-11. The game was initially to be played at 7pm but due to the extreme cold weather, the game was played at 3pm.  This time they played a game under a clear blue sky and no snow falling, as it did in…


Drexel Look for First Win Against Villanova

February 24, 2015

This afternoon at 3pm the Drexel Dragons (0-2) will face off against the Villanova Wildcats (1-1) at 3pm from Vidas Field in Philadelphia. Game was originally slated for 7pm, but due to weather conditions was moved up in time. The Dragons come into the game losing their first two games to nationally ranked teams.  A 14-10 loss at Virginia, and last Saturday a 15-7 defeat to Albany.  Both the games…


NCAA Game Picks: Week Two

February 14, 2015

Staff Member Duke v Denver Syracuse v Cornell UNC v UMass Hopkins v Villanova Loyola v PSU UVa v Drexel Hofstra v Marquette Rutgers v Richmond Delaware v Ohio State Ryan Zunner     Chris Vale     Ian Neadle   Brendan John Andrew Goldberg Ryan Conwell Pete Crowley   Marisa Ingemi   Ohio State


University City Classic: Drexel, Penn, Hopkins Face Off

October 27, 2014

On an absolute gorgeous day in Philadelphia, the 2nd annual University City Classic was played.  Drexel University, University of Pennsylvania and John Hopkins Unversity all took part on this day.  All the proceeds from this event went to benefit the HEADstrong Foundation. Game 1  Drexel 6   Penn 6. In the first game we had a rematch of the first round in last year’s NCAA Tournament.  Both teams came out…


Denver Tops Drexel in Quarterfinal Showcase

Photo Credit: Ian Neadle The difference maker in this matchup was in faceoffs and ground balls. Both teams came into this game having top-notch draw specialists, but one was clearly more prepared than the other. “I feel like faceoffs were called differently today than they have been all year and I don’t know why,” said Drexel Coach Brian Voelkner.  That quote has some validity to it as officials tend to…

May 19, 2014

Davies: Breaking Down the Delaware Bracket

This weekend is what everyone has waited for all season, the chance to get to Championship Weekend in Baltimore. Memorial Weekend in Baltimore is a treat, but this is the weekend where hopefuls turn into contenders or fall one step short of their goal. On tap, the Delaware bracket has brought back one of the match ups that had defined the last decade in last and two new hopefuls to…

May 16, 2014

NCAA Round One Notes: Upsets, Comebacks and Blowouts

PHOTOS: IAN NEADLE Albany at Loyola: Upset Heading into this match up Loyola was ranked No. 1 with a plethora of talent. Jack Runkel has been effective in goaltending, Joe Fletcher heads the defense and the offense was an unmatched machine… until Loyola met the Thompson trio. Thanks to the Thompsons, the Great Danes made fools out of the Greyhounds. There were multiple game moments when one of the three (Myles,…

May 12, 2014