Graduate student Blanca Fernandez set a new record in the 1,500-meter run Saturday, April 11, at the George Mason Invitational, where she was the top collegiate finisher.
April 14, 2015
Brandon Matthews, Class of 2016, won the three-day Furman Intercollegiate golf tournament on Sunday, March 29. This marked his second win for the 2014-2015 season.
March 31, 2015
An impressive contingent of Temple fans traveled to New York to cheer on their team in Madison Square Garden.
March 31, 2015
The Owls tip off against the University of Miami tonight at Madison Square Garden in the semifinal round of the 2015 National Invitation Tournament.
Men’s Basketball Head Coach Fran Dunphy was named the 2015 American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. This is the third time in his nine years at Temple that he has earned conference Coach of the Year honors.
The Owls take on defending national champion University of Connecticut for the men’s basketball team’s regular-season finale—the annual “whiteout” game—at the Liacouras Center on Saturday, March 7.
Excitement is building in anticipation of the upcoming Temple vs. East Carolina game on Saturday, Feb. 14—which also happens to be Hooter the Owl’s birthday.
The strong play of three transfer students has sparked the Owls. Watch the video, and then watch them play Cincinnati in a critical conference game tonight at the Liacouras Center.
Freshman media studies and production major Dan Ray chose Temple University in part because he wanted make a name for himself at a large school in one of the country’s biggest media markets. On Sunday, he did that and more.
Boasting marquee victories against Kansas (then ranked No. 10) and defending NCAA champion UConn, the Temple men's basketball team has begun to garner national attention. Celebrate your Temple pride by rallying behind the Owls as they take on SMU at the first home game of the semester Wednesday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m.
With the Owls' final game at Tulane on Dec. 6, Temple football head coach Matt Rhule reflects on the season and what it means to play for Temple University.
Cherry and White Night offers Owls fans a preview of the upcoming basketball season. Following the event, fans can stick around to watch Temple football team take on the Houston Cougars.
Three of Temple’s women’s sports programs are off to blistering starts, with two still undefeated.