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
Temple was snubbed from the NCAA Tournament, which provided Will Cummings and the Owls a chance to make a statement in their 73-67 NIT win over Bucknell Wednesday.
Three-point shooting has been a constant struggle for Temple’s Will Cummings this season, but the guard is staying positive as the Owls continue to roll.
Temple is putting together an impressive résumé in their trek to get back to the NCAA Tournament, but is also staying focused on the task at hand and treating each game the same.
Temple continued its push toward the NCAA Tournament Saturday, beating East Carolina, 66-53, for its seventh straight win and 13th in 16 games.
Ugonna Onyekwe was one of Penn’s all-time greats, and Temple coach Fran Dunphy sees a player just like him in Owls freshman Obi Enechionyia.
Temple held Tulane to eight first-half points, the lowest ever in any half at the Liacouras Center, en route to extending its winning run with a 55–37 victory Saturday.
Mark Williams was hoisting up shots that Fran Dunphy doesn’t necessarily want him taking. But on Tuesday night, those shots fell, and Temple defeated Penn, 76-67.
Will Cummings and the Temple Owls opened the season with an impressive defensive showing in a 40-37 win over American at the Liacouras Center.
UMass transfer Jesse Morgan should improve Temple on both ends of the floor, and the Owls already feel like a closer group following last year’s debacle.
For some, Ryan Arcidiacono’s sophomore season at Villanova was seen as a step back. His scoring numbers and minutes dipped from his freshman year on a team that went 16-2 in the Big East and 29-5 overall, losing to UConn in the third round of the NCAA tournament. Arcidiacono averaged … Continue Reading Ryan Arcidiacono preparing for junior season