David Norse, the first openly gay Presbyterian pastor ordained in Philadelphia, opens up about integrating his LGBT identity with his Christian faith.
In his visit to Voorhees, Ryan Straschnitzki’s positive attitude inspired Ron Hextall and left the Flyers’ GM “emotional as heck.”
Hugh Taft-Morales explains the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia’s position on religion.
After enduring yet another year filled with adversity, Pascal Laberge, 19, hopes to show the Flyers his true self.
Team USA ended a 42-year cross-country Olympic medal drought at the PyeongChang Games. Here’s how they did it.
Jakub Voracek scored 38 seconds into OT to give the Flyers a 4-3 win over the Capitals and snap their skid in their final game before the All-Star break.
Josh Gouch had something in the back of his mind as he made his first start Friday night as Upper Darby’s new quarterback: Revenge.
The last two weeks, Temple’s defense has been missing something. Fundamentals and a certain approach the team even had during its 2-10 season in 2013. “We have a mentality of if you get in the red zone, we’re not going to let you score,” senior linebacker Tyler Matakevich said after Temple … Continue Reading Owls’ defense stifles No. 21 Memphis
The last time Temple faced a projected NFL first-round quarterback, the Owls had 10 sacks, returned an interception for a touchdown and held Penn State to 10 points. On Saturday afternoon, TU (8-2, 5-1) kicks off against Memphis (8-2, 4-2) in an important American Athletic Conference game at Lincoln Financial … Continue Reading Temple set for battle with ‘great’ Memphis QB Paxton Lynch
When Simon Gagne heard his name called at pick No. 22 on June 27, 1998, he was a little surprised. “I never had any meetings with the Flyers before the draft,” Gagne said last Friday on a conference call. “I did have meetings with all the other teams in the league but … Continue Reading Once ‘destined’ to play for Flyers, Simon Gagne eager to be honored
After his team’s latest loss — a 5-2 defeat to the Capitals on Thursday night — Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol had a simple explanation why his team is struggling to score. “I don’t think we’re shooting the puck enough,” Hakstol said after the Flyers were outshot — 32-20 — … Continue Reading After latest loss, Flyers say struggles stem from lack of shots
Everything Temple football has fought for this season is within reach this Saturday in Tampa, Florida. A win over the University of South Florida clinches the East Division and a berth in the American Athletic Conference championship game. “We know what’s at stake,” senior linebacker Tyler Matakevich said Tuesday at … Continue Reading No. 21 Temple knows what’s at stake in crucial matchup with USF
Temple has a new man running the show this season — and there are going to be some growing pains. Junior guard Josh Brown takes over as the starting point guard for Will Cummings, who graduated. “It will be a little difficult being that we lost a great player,” senior … Continue Reading Josh Brown running the show for Temple basketball
This season, there’s something different inside the walls of Temple football’s Edberg-Olson Hall practice facility than the previous two years. The Owls are looser, relaxed and are having fun. More importantly, they’re playing for each other. Being 7-1, ranked No. 23 in the AP poll and No. 22 in the … Continue Reading A more confident P.J. Walker wants Owls focused on having fun
Temple head coach Matt Rhule was not pleased with his team’s effort Tuesday during practice at Edberg Olson Hall. “I don’t know if our team has let it go yet and that’s a scary thought,” Rhule said at his weekly press conference. The Owls dropped a heartbreaker to No. 8 … Continue Reading Facing short week, Temple needs to move on from Notre Dam
Temple center Kyle Friend, who didn’t practice Tuesday, will not play Friday night against the 1-7 SMU Mustangs in Dallas. Friend was seen walking around with a noticeable limp and a knee brace during practice. Head coach Matt Rhule said Friend will be “out for a while.” “That’s a significant … Continue Reading Temple without O-line anchor Kyle Friend ‘for a while’