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March 6, 1988 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Barb Yost clinched the win with a free throw with 10 seconds to play and Gina Miniscalco scored her 1,000th point as Drexel (19-9) captured its first East Coast Conference championship with a 56-54 win over Lafayette yesterday at Rider. Lafayette (20-10), which failed to score in the game's first seven minutes, drew within a point when it scored with 22 seconds to play. But Yost drew a foul on the Dragons' ensuing possession and made one of two free throws. She finished with nine points and was named the tourney's most valuable player.
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January 27, 2001 | by Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
Joe McCourt did not become a football star by accident. He attained that status by working hard and maintaining a healthy level of self-confidence. Ask McCourt, a senior at Roman Catholic High, whether he feels he could play Division I-A college football, and he says: "I know I can. There's no doubt in my mind. But you ask a lot of those coaches and they say I'm too slow because I run 4.7 [seconds for 40 yards]. But I know one thing: When I get a football in my hands, I can do a lot better things than some of the guys running 4.4s and 4.5s.
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February 12, 1989 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer
Wrapping up the recruiting season, and taking a look ahead. Camden's Robert Hinson last week became the fifth player from South Jersey (and seventh from the Philadelphia area) to sign a letter of intent with Lafayette, which competes in Division I-AA. Hinson, a 6-foot, 190-pounder, was a cornerback at Camden, but may get a shot at outside linebacker at Lafayette. Shawnee tackle Roger Jeffries (6-4, 250) signed with South Carolina, joining Lenape receiver Mario Henry at the Southern independent.
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January 5, 2012 | BY JENNIFER SCUTERI, For the Daily News
EASTON - Although Penn looked solid in the first half of its matchup against Lafayette last night, the Quakers' first win of the New Year did not come as easily as they may have liked. After a second half in which neither team was able to establish more than an eight-point lead, the Quakers emerged victorious at the Kirby Center, 78-73. Once again, senior guard Zack Rosen set the tone for the Quakers (7-8). At the end of the first half, he had accounted for 13 of the Red and Blue's 33 points, and netted a game-high 24. With his four second-half assists, Rosen also broke Penn's all-time assist record with 506, previously held by none other than current coach Jerome Allen.
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January 31, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Winston Davis reeled off a three-point basket with an off-balance jumper and another three-pointer in overtime to lead Lafayette (15-4, 6-0 Patriot League) in an 86-83 victory over American last night in Washington. Lafayette scored first in overtime and did not relinquish the lead thanks to strong perimeter play by Davis and Justin DeBerry (15 points, 10 assists, 3 steals). Both teams had five players in double figures led by Raimondas Petrauskas, the game's high scorer with 16, for American (10-10, 4-2)
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October 13, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
Ross Scheuerman rushed for three touchdowns, including the game-winner, to lead Lafayette to a 24-21 win over visiting Georgetown in Easton, Pa. The Hoyas took a 21-17 lead with 8 minutes, 44 seconds left in the game on Justin Hill's 6-yard TD reception. Lafayette responded with a nine-play, 63-yard drive, capped by Scheuerman's 5-yard score with 5:24 remaining. Blake Searfoss completed 17 of 26 passes, with two interceptions, for Lafayette (3-3, 2-1 Patriot). Scheuerman finished with 58 yards on 22 carries.
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February 11, 2011 | Daily News Staff Report
Penn will open its 2011 football schedule at home on Sept. 17 against Lafayette and will play city rival Villanova a week later. The Villanova game will be at Franklin Field, but the Quakers will be the visiting team. The two-time defending Ivy League champion Quakers, riding an eight-game winning streak, begin league play Oct. 1, at Dartmouth. Penn was 9-1, 7-0 in the Ivy last season. SCHEDULE Sept. 17: LAFAYETTE. . . 2-9 Sept. 24: at Villanova (Franklin Field)
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December 5, 2001 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Coming off a 71-58 victory at James Madison in its first outing in Colonial Athletic Association play, the Drexel basketball team will go for two straight tonight when it hosts Lafayette for a nonleague game at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. For a Drexel squad (2-3) that includes only one senior, and which has six freshmen and sophomores who are seeing significant playing time, the big win on the road Saturday was the kind of outing that helps a team to grow. The Dragons led James Madison by 25-23 at intermission, and held the lead for the last 16 minutes, 20 seconds as they hit 11 of their last 12 free throws.
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November 18, 2006 | BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
St. Joseph's shot 55 percent from the floor to survive 16 second-half turnovers last night and overcame Lafayette, 81-73, in a nonleague basketball game at the Kirby Sports Center. The Hawks (2-0) got 19 points and eight rebounds from center Ahmad Nevins, 19 points from forward Rob Ferguson, and 18 from freshman point guard Jawan Carter. The Hawks led, 42-32, at halftime despite torrid 62 percent shooting by Lafayette (1-3). They led, 60-50, with nine minutes remaining when Carter hit a three-pointer and D.J. Rivera made a layup to put them up by 15. Lafayette whittled away at the lead however, and a three-point play by Paul Cummins cut the Hawks' advantage to 78-73 with less than a minute left.
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