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February 7, 2015 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Damion Lee had 16 points and eight rebounds and the Drexel Dragons hung on to beat Elon, 67-63, Thursday night in Elon, N.C., for their fourth straight win. Drexel (8-14 overall, 6-5 Colonial Athletic Association) went on a 17-6 run early - including seven points from Lee - to open a 26-14 lead. But Elon recovered with a 10-2 run just before the half and trailed by 31-26 at intermission. A 10-2 run from the Dragons midway through the second half, featuring a layup and jumper from Tavon Allen, turned a three-point game into a 49-38 lead for Drexel.
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February 19, 2016 | By Adam Hermann, Staff Writer
IN THE END, Bruiser Flint said Thursday evening, the knot of his navy-blue tie loosened and askew, you've got to have some pride. Flint, long regarded as a defensive stalwart in a blue-collar city, didn't see nearly enough pride out of his downtrodden Drexel team in an 81-76 loss to visiting Elon (15-13, 6-9 Colonial Athletic Association). His Dragons (3-23, 1-14) bounced and swaggered to a 10-point lead in the first half on the back of five three-pointers. Senior Tavon Allen hit his shots, corner threes from each side.
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December 21, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
CALL IT a winning day for top-ranked Duke - in more ways than one. First, the Blue Devils won the sweepstakes for one of the top recruits in the nation, and then they capped off the night with an easy win over visiting Elon. Jabari Parker, a 6-8 forward from Chicago's Simeon Career Academy who is ranked No. 2 among high school prospects, announced Thursday afternoon that he would attend Duke. He chose the Blue Devils over Michigan State, Florida, Stanford and BYU, and announced his decision live on ESPNU from school.
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February 23, 2016
DREXEL 56, ELON 40 The visiting Dragons outscored the Phoenix 23-0 over the first nine minutes of the third quarter to erase a 12-point halftime deficit in the Colonial Athletic Association contest. Sarah Curran , who scored 13 of her 23 points in the third period, was the only player in double figures for Drexel (15-11, 11-4). Alexis Smith added nine points. Curran grabbed eight rebouds. Shay Burnett had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Malaya Johnson scored 14 for Elon (16-10, 9-5)
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November 20, 2013 | By Paul Tierney, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - As Elon's furious comeback attempt nearly erased a 16-point Drexel lead during Monday's opening-round NIT Season Tip-Off matchup, Dragons junior guard Damion Lee lurked in the corner of the court. Sixth-year senior Chris Fouch led the Dragons with 22 points, but Lee made his mark on the contest, hitting a three-pointer from the right wing with just over four minutes left. That shot halted a 13-3 Elon run and sent the Dragons on their way to a 71-64 victory at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.
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January 5, 2015 | By Jason Wolf, For The Inquirer
Jack Anton saw his Elon teammate stumble while driving to the hoop, so the freshman grabbed the loose ball, stepped behind the arc, and drilled an uncontested three-pointer. The closest Drexel players to him wore street clothes and walking boots and sported crutches at the end of the bench. Drexel was battered, 77-67, Saturday at the Daskalakis Athletic Center in the Phoenix' debut game in the Colonial Athletic Association, the league opener for both teams and the hobbled Dragons' sixth consecutive defeat.
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December 21, 2007 | By MIKE KERN, kernm@phillynews.com
It's one of the more debated moves, or non-moves, in hoops. You're up by three points, with hardly any time left. The ball belongs to the other guys. So, do you send someone to the foul line, where there's always a chance, albeit a slim one, that the strategy could blow up in your face and you somehow go down in regulation on an almost-impossible-to-pull-off four-point sequence? Or, do you allow them to get off some kind of a three-pointer that could send things into overtime? You'd be surprised how often coaches choose the second option.
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September 19, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Rutgers is seeded fourth and Drexel eighth in the 2013 NIT Season Tip-Off tournament. Arizona, Duke, and Alabama are the top three seeds. The 29th annual basketball tournament will include fifth-seeded Rhode Island, sixth-seeded Elon, seventh-seeded East Carolina, Canisius, Fairleigh Dickinson, Georgia State, McNeese State, Metro State, Norfolk State, UNC-Asheville, and Stillman. The first- and second-round doubleheaders will be played Nov. 18 and 19 on the campuses of the four highest-seeded teams - Arizona, Duke, Alabama, and Rutgers.
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July 24, 2014
Villanova will be televised five times during the 2014 football season, as the Colonial Athletic Association announced its 24-game TV schedule on Tuesday. Delaware will also be televised four times. Here is the CAA schedule: Date   Game   Time   TV AUGUST 29   Villanova at Syracuse   7:30    ESPN3 30   Delaware at Pittsburgh   Noon    ESPN3          ESPNews 30   James Madison at Maryland   3:30    BTN 30   Elon at Duke   6    ESPN3 30   Holy Cross at UAlbany   6    ESPN3 30   New Hampshire at Toledo   7    ESPN3 SEPTEMBER 7   Lehigh at New Hampshire   3:30    ASN 20   James Madison at Villanova   12:30    CSN 20   New Hampshire at Richmond   4    CSN 20   Charlotte at Elon   7    ASN 27   Delaware at James Madison   4    CSN 27   Maine at Towson   7    CSN OCTOBER 4   Stony Brook at Towson   3:30    CSN 11   Towson at James Madison   12:30    CSN 11   William & Mary at N. Hampshire   3:30    NBCSN 11   Maine at Stony Brook   7    ASN 18   Towson at Delaware   12:30    CSN 18   Rhode Island at Richmond   3:30    ASN 25   Maine at Rhode Island   Noon    ASN 25   Delaware at William & Mary   12:30    CSN NOVEMBER 1   Villanova at Richmond   12:30    CSN 1   William...
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March 6, 2016 | By David Driver, CORRESPONDENT
BALTIMORE - Drexel freshman guard Terrell Allen grew up in nearby Upper Marlboro, Md., so he had plenty of family and friends in attendance here on Friday night in the first game of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament at Royal Farms Arena. "I had a lot of people come out. I tried to show them what I can do," said Allen, a product of famed DeMatha Catholic High in Hyattsville, Md. He did just that as Allen, named to the CAA All-Rookie team on Thursday, hit a leaning jumper with 25.1 seconds left in the contest to give No. 9 seed Drexel a 57-56 victory over No. 8 seed Elon.
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March 6, 2016 | By David Driver, CORRESPONDENT
BALTIMORE - Drexel freshman guard Terrell Allen grew up in nearby Upper Marlboro, Md., so he had plenty of family and friends in attendance here on Friday night in the first game of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament at Royal Farms Arena. "I had a lot of people come out. I tried to show them what I can do," said Allen, a product of famed DeMatha Catholic High in Hyattsville, Md. He did just that as Allen, named to the CAA All-Rookie team on Thursday, hit a leaning jumper with 25.1 seconds left in the contest to give No. 9 seed Drexel a 57-56 victory over No. 8 seed Elon.
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February 23, 2016
DREXEL 56, ELON 40 The visiting Dragons outscored the Phoenix 23-0 over the first nine minutes of the third quarter to erase a 12-point halftime deficit in the Colonial Athletic Association contest. Sarah Curran , who scored 13 of her 23 points in the third period, was the only player in double figures for Drexel (15-11, 11-4). Alexis Smith added nine points. Curran grabbed eight rebouds. Shay Burnett had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Malaya Johnson scored 14 for Elon (16-10, 9-5)
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February 19, 2016 | By Adam Hermann, Staff Writer
IN THE END, Bruiser Flint said Thursday evening, the knot of his navy-blue tie loosened and askew, you've got to have some pride. Flint, long regarded as a defensive stalwart in a blue-collar city, didn't see nearly enough pride out of his downtrodden Drexel team in an 81-76 loss to visiting Elon (15-13, 6-9 Colonial Athletic Association). His Dragons (3-23, 1-14) bounced and swaggered to a 10-point lead in the first half on the back of five three-pointers. Senior Tavon Allen hit his shots, corner threes from each side.
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February 12, 2016 | By Jason Laughlin, Staff Writer
In a cavernous concrete University City lab, about 80 Drexel University engineering students are working out the kinks on the future of public transportation. They're building a working model of a hyperloop pod. Championed by inventor Elon Musk, the guy behind Tesla electric cars, the hyperloop would move pods full of passengers, powered either electrically or magnetically, through depressurized tubes at up to 750 mph. A hyperloop pod would make the trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco, for example, in about a half-hour between downtown stations.
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February 7, 2015 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Damion Lee had 16 points and eight rebounds and the Drexel Dragons hung on to beat Elon, 67-63, Thursday night in Elon, N.C., for their fourth straight win. Drexel (8-14 overall, 6-5 Colonial Athletic Association) went on a 17-6 run early - including seven points from Lee - to open a 26-14 lead. But Elon recovered with a 10-2 run just before the half and trailed by 31-26 at intermission. A 10-2 run from the Dragons midway through the second half, featuring a layup and jumper from Tavon Allen, turned a three-point game into a 49-38 lead for Drexel.
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February 6, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
When: Thursday at 7 p.m. Where: In Elon, N.C. Radio: www.elgragons.com Records: Drexel (7-14, 5-5 Colonial Athletic Conference), Elon (11-12, 3-7). Coaches: Drexel, Bruiser Flint (14th season, 235-187), Elon, Matt Matheny (6th season, 87-91) Last meeting: Drexel won, 71-64, in NIT Season Tip-Off on Nov. 18, 2013. Drexel's top three: Damion Lee (21.7 ppg., 6.4 rpg.), Tavon Allen (10.6 ppg., 3.0 rpg.), Rashann London (7.3 ppg., 2.2 rpg.)
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January 5, 2015 | By Jason Wolf, For The Inquirer
Jack Anton saw his Elon teammate stumble while driving to the hoop, so the freshman grabbed the loose ball, stepped behind the arc, and drilled an uncontested three-pointer. The closest Drexel players to him wore street clothes and walking boots and sported crutches at the end of the bench. Drexel was battered, 77-67, Saturday at the Daskalakis Athletic Center in the Phoenix' debut game in the Colonial Athletic Association, the league opener for both teams and the hobbled Dragons' sixth consecutive defeat.
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December 31, 2014
CONFERENCE PLAY begins this afternoon for Villanova (home vs. Butler at 2:30 on FS1) and Temple (at Connecticut, 1 o'clock on ESPN2); Saturday for Saint Joseph's (home vs. George Washington), La Salle (at George Mason) and Drexel (home vs. Elon); and on Jan. 10 for Penn (at Princeton). Given that conference membership keeps changing, here is a refresher course for the five leagues with the six city teams. The Big East (10 teams) and the Ivy (eight) are unchanged. We get the rare round robin in both leagues, with every team playing every team home and away.
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July 24, 2014
Villanova will be televised five times during the 2014 football season, as the Colonial Athletic Association announced its 24-game TV schedule on Tuesday. Delaware will also be televised four times. Here is the CAA schedule: Date   Game   Time   TV AUGUST 29   Villanova at Syracuse   7:30    ESPN3 30   Delaware at Pittsburgh   Noon    ESPN3          ESPNews 30   James Madison at Maryland   3:30    BTN 30   Elon at Duke   6    ESPN3 30   Holy Cross at UAlbany   6    ESPN3 30   New Hampshire at Toledo   7    ESPN3 SEPTEMBER 7   Lehigh at New Hampshire   3:30    ASN 20   James Madison at Villanova   12:30    CSN 20   New Hampshire at Richmond   4    CSN 20   Charlotte at Elon   7    ASN 27   Delaware at James Madison   4    CSN 27   Maine at Towson   7    CSN OCTOBER 4   Stony Brook at Towson   3:30    CSN 11   Towson at James Madison   12:30    CSN 11   William & Mary at N. Hampshire   3:30    NBCSN 11   Maine at Stony Brook   7    ASN 18   Towson at Delaware   12:30    CSN 18   Rhode Island at Richmond   3:30    ASN 25   Maine at Rhode Island   Noon    ASN 25   Delaware at William & Mary   12:30    CSN NOVEMBER 1   Villanova at Richmond   12:30    CSN 1   William...
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November 20, 2013 | By Paul Tierney, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - As Elon's furious comeback attempt nearly erased a 16-point Drexel lead during Monday's opening-round NIT Season Tip-Off matchup, Dragons junior guard Damion Lee lurked in the corner of the court. Sixth-year senior Chris Fouch led the Dragons with 22 points, but Lee made his mark on the contest, hitting a three-pointer from the right wing with just over four minutes left. That shot halted a 13-3 Elon run and sent the Dragons on their way to a 71-64 victory at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.
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