Citing enhanced game flow, the NCAA has adopted a number of rule changes that will alter certain aspects of the game this season. The rule changes will more closely match those adopted by professional leagues around the world. The changes have not been adopted for use in men's basketball, at least not yet
It’s early November and that means another season of Drexel Basketball is on the horizon. If you’re anything like me, you’re excited for the start of a new year, the 15th in the tenure of coach Bruiser Flint, despite the struggles of the past few seasons.
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The Drexel women's basketball team will return to action this Friday evening as they open up their 2015-16 with a Preseason WNIT match-up against Dartmouth of the Ivy League. The winner of Friday's game will take on the winner of Jacksonville at South Florida in the winner's bracket of the tournament in a game that will be played on either November 15 or 16. The loser will drop into the consolation bracket, against an opponent and at a site to be determined after the completion of all first round games. The consolation bracket will feature four teams each at two different sites, with each first round loser guaranteed of two more games in the tournament. The semifinals of the tournament will be played on November 19 with the championship taking place on November 22.
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The Drexel men's basketball team has a few new faces on the roster this season but just one lone freshman in DeMatha Catholic product Terrell Allen. Allen, a 6'2" point guard, will help bolster a Dragons backcourt that also includes fellow point guards Rashann London and Major Canady, both of whom will be sophomores this year.
The Drexel men's basketball team will return to action in just a few short weeks after an injury plagued end to the 2014-15 season. This season will see the return of some familiar faces who missed all of last year, like point guard Major Canady and forward Kazembe Abif, but a void left by perhaps the top player in program history, Damion Lee, departing to Louisville