Philly-born Temple product Lori Locust makes history as a female NFL coach even if that wasn’t her goal

A Steelers fan who grew up in Harrisburg, she is one of just a handful of women working on NFL staffs.

Philly-born Temple product Lori Locust makes history as a female NFL coach even if that wasn’t her goal

A Steelers fan who grew up in Harrisburg, she is one of just a handful of women working on NFL staffs.

Former Temple PK Aaron Boumerhi to transfer to Boston College

Boumerhi will be a graduate transfer and have two years of eligibility.

Former Temple PK Aaron Boumerhi to transfer to Boston College

Boumerhi will be a graduate transfer and have two years of eligibility.

For Fran Dunphy, the Wanamaker Award isn’t really an individual prize

Also, late Phillies executive David Montgomery was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

For Fran Dunphy, the Wanamaker Award isn’t really an individual prize

Also, late Phillies executive David Montgomery was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Temple’s Shizz Alston enjoyed working out for his hometown 76ers

“I would love that, just bringing a Philly guy to the Sixers, I think that would mean a lot for the city of Philadelphia, and also for me,” Alston said.

Camden High to hire Rick Brunson as boys’ basketball coach

The former Temple and NBA player will replace former Temple teammate Vic Carstarphen, who resigned after one season.

Temple football: Kickoff times for four 2019 games announced

The season opener against Bucknell will kick at 3:30 p.m.

Gavin White Jr., Temple athletic director who hired John Chaney, dies at 93

White served more than 30 years as a Temple coach and administrator.

Temple basketball to take summer trip to the Bahamas

The Owls will play three games against Bahamian select teams in August.

Soccer legend John Hughes dies; played for Temple and coached in Philly, South Jersey

The former Temple All-American and long-time professional player led George Washington to multiple Philadelphia Public League titles and Delran to a pair of state titles as a coach.

Temple women carry the Owls to overall points title at Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta

The Owls' women won three events on the day, helping their team to break Drexel's six-year streak as overall points champion while garnering women's points honors. The Dragons captured the men's points title.

Former Temple wide receiver Ventell Bryant earns a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals after impressive tryout

Bryant is Temple's all-time leading receiver who earned the contract following an impressive showing as a tryout player during the Bengals rookie mini-camp.

Temple, Drexel advance nearly all of their boats into Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta finals

The Owls advanced 12 boats -- seven men's and five women's -- into Saturday's finals while the Dragons qualified for eight (four and four). Drexel is seeking its eighth consecutive overall points title but should be pushed by Temple.

Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta: What you need to know

Some information about the races, the teams to watch and where to park for the two-day competition.

Dad Vail 2019: Temple rower Stephen Gennaro continues family tradition of parents and brothers

The Owls' senior from Havertown has parents who were rowers at Villanova, and two older brothers who preceded him in the sport at St. Joseph's Prep. Now he is seeking to help lead Temple to a repeat victory in the heavyweight eight at the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta.

Former Temple DT Michael Dogbe, a seventh-round pick by the Cardinals, reflects on hearing his named called at NFL draft

Dogbe will join former teammate, linebacker Haason Reddick, who was the Cardinals first round pick (13th overall) in the 2017 draft.

Temple safety Delvon Randall to sign with Eagles as an undrafted free agent

Randall, with his 12 career interceptions, will sign on with the Eagles. He's among a number of former Owls to get a shot post-draft.

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