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March 1, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
It seems not a week has gone by this basketball season without the naming of a member of the undefeated St. Joseph's Hawks as the Atlantic Ten Conference's player of the week. But this week, the Hawks' Delonte West has to share the award with Temple's David Hawkins. Hawkins, a senior from Archbishop Carroll who received his second award this season, had 26 points in the Owls' 74-70 overtime win at La Salle on Wednesday. West, a junior guard, hit the winning three-pointer as the Hawks beat Rhode Island, 57-55, on Saturday, and had 23 points in an 83-58 win at Massachusetts on Wednesday.
NEWS
September 2, 2011
Sister Elizabeth McNamara, 97, a teacher and financial aid officer at Rosemont College from 1970 to 1977, died Tuesday, Aug. 30, at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx borough of New York City. Born in Melrose, Mass., she entered the Society of the Holy Child Jesus in 1937, made her final vows in 1944, and was known through much of her career as Mother Quentin. She taught French at several schools in Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, including John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School in Philadelphia and Holy Child Academy in Sharon Hill.
NEWS
June 14, 1990 | Daily News Wire Services
The Supreme Court, in an appeal by General Motors Corp., ruled 9-0 that the federal government cannot be barred from enforcing an existing state clean air plan because the deadline for reviewing changes in the plan has passed. The case involves the Massachusetts plan approved in 1980 by the Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act. The U.S. sued GM in 1987 for failing to comply with the clean air plan in Massachusetts. The justices today upheld the EPA's power to seek fines of up to $25,000 a day. The case involves pollution from car paint at a now-closed GM assembly plant in Framingham, Mass.
SPORTS
December 12, 2007
The Villanova women's basketball team nailed 15 three-pointers en route to a 75-51 win over visiting Massachusetts (4-6). Stacie Witman (21 points) and Lisa Karcic (18) made four threes each for the Wildcats (8-2), who entered the game leading the nation, averaging 10.6 made treys per game. Last night, Villanova was 15-for-36 from the arc.
SPORTS
June 5, 1998 | By Doug Hadden, FOR THE INQUIRER
New York's team of eight top women's amateur golfers won the singles event yesterday and took home the Griscom Cup after three days of competition against teams from Philadelphia and Massachusetts at Merion Golf Club's East Course. New York finished with 40 1/2 points, followed by Massachusetts with 35 and Philadelphia with 32 1/2. This is the centennial year of the tournament, which began in 1898 at Merion East, and marks the sixth time the event has been held at Merion. New York leads the rivalry with 35 victories, followed by Philadelphia with 32 and Massachusetts with 24. Liz Haines of Merion was Philadelphia's top point producer in the singles, winning 5 1/2 of a possible six points, while Sunnybrook's Lisa McGill won 4 1/2 points and Whitford's Kathryn Yard won 4. New York collected 12 1/2 points in the singles, Philadelphia had 12, and Massachusetts trailed with 11 1/2. GOLF ASSOCIATION OF PHILA.
SPORTS
January 31, 2012
Julian Kaminoff, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound safety for New Hope-Solebury, has switched his football commitment from Buffalo to Massachusetts. The Minutemen are moving up from the Football Championship Subdivision to the Football Bowl Subdivision in 2012. They will compete in the Mid-American Conference and play their home games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. - Rick O'Brien
SPORTS
March 11, 1994 | By Mel Greenberg, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The St. Joseph's Hawks went from Atlantic Ten women's basketball tournament challengers to spectators in their own building last night. Sixth- seeded Massachusetts (14-13) upset the third-seeded Hawks, 76-63, in a quarterfinal game. So much for the home-court advantage. Meanwhile, top-seeded Rutgers (20-7) ended ninth-seeded Temple's season, 73-55, in another quarterfinal game. Rutgers will play fifth-seeded Rhode Island (20-10) at 6 tonight. Massachusetts will meet second-seeded George Washington (21-6)
SPORTS
May 4, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
With Patty Glavin and Tiffany Pulaski scoring four goals each, the Temple women's lacrosse team rumbled to a 15-9 victory over Massachusetts yesterday in the Atlantic Ten Conference's championship game at the Owls' Geasey Field. The win gave top-seeded Temple (13-5) its third straight tournament title and third straight NCAA playoff berth. Pairings for the 16-team single-elimination tournament are to be announced today. Glavin, a freshman from Ridley High who plays on the Owls' attack, was named the tournament's most outstanding player.
NEWS
August 21, 1988 | By Thomas Hill, Special to The Inquirer
Aston-Middletown spent most of the last month not just beating opponents, but annihilating them, on the way to a state title and a berth in the Little League Eastern Regionals. Thursday, the 11- and 12-year-old all-star team witnessed how the other half lives as Massachusetts ended Aston-Middletown's season with a 14-8 semifinal win in Bristol, Conn. Throughout Aston-Middletown's 12-game winning streak, whenever the team won a pregame coin toss, the players chose to be the visiting team so they could bat first and, hopefully, put pressure on their opponents by scoring early.
SPORTS
July 13, 2012
Temple and three other Atlantic Ten schools will participate in the 2012 ESPN College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon on Nov. 13, the network announced on Wednesday. The Owls, Butler, Massachusetts, and Xavier will all play in the 24-hour slate of games. Massachusetts will be the first A-10 team to tip-off in the marathon, hosting in-state rival Harvard at 10 a.m. Temple will immediately follow, playing at Kent State at noon. Butler, in its first season in the Atlantic Ten, will play at Xavier at 4 p.m., but that game will be counted as a nonconference game.
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