RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

La Salle Explorers

A collection of news and information related to La Salle Explorers published by this site and its partners.

Top La Salle Explorers Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • Digest: Covie Stanwick leads BC to 17-8 rout of Holy Cross

    Women's college lacrosse Stanwick leads BC to rout of Holy Cross Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) set career highs with six goals and three assists to lead No. 18 Boston College (1-0) to a 17-8 victory over host Holy Cross (1-1). Brooke Blue and...
  • Saturday's local men's college basketball roundup: Tribe ends eight-game slide by rising to occasion vs. Towson

    William and Mary ended its eight-game losing streak by beating Towson 63-56 Saturday night at Kaplan Arena. The Tribe (8-11, 2-6 Colonial Athletic Association) scored 11 straight points after falling behind 54-52 on Marcus Damas' layup with 3:42...
  • Saturday's local college basketball roundup: Hofstra's start sends W&M to defeat

    A rocky start Saturday was too much for William and Mary’s men to overcome, and they lost 70-59 at Colonial Athletic Association rival Hofstra. Taran Buie scored 24 points for the Pride (5-11, 2-1), which led 9-0 and 16-2. Brandon Britt led W&M...
  • Overview of Baltimore's 2013 basketball class

    Overview of Baltimore's 2013 basketball class
    Nineteen players from Baltimore are true freshmen on Division I basketball rosters this fall. There's a good chance this area will produce more DI players in the 2013 class. Below the chart of last year's DI signees is a comprehensive look at which...
  • K-Kids standout is headed to La Salle

    Tori Gollie is a talented athlete, but she's also a bright student who knows what she wants to do in life. Gollie wants to be a nurse. And that's why the Northampton High senior has decided to continue her softball and academic career at La Salle...
  • Friday's college roundup (volleyball, tennis, soccer): CNU, Randolph-Macon women advance to regional semifinal volleyball clash

    Christopher Newport, Randolph-Macon, Juniata (Pa.) and Emory of Atlanta rolled to first-round victories in the NCAA Division III women's volleyball Newport News Regional at the Freeman Center. Cory Harris had 15 kills as CNU, ranked fifth in the country,...
  • Catty football team picks up another honor

    The Catasauqua football team has already won one trophy this season for its ability on the field and might add some more hardware Saturday night. But even if the Rough Riders go on to claim the biggest award of all in high school football on Dec. 15...
  • For What It's Worth: WSU v. La Salle

    For What It's Worth: WSU v. La Salle
    For What it’s Worth—WSU vs. La Salle -- “I think the reason the NCAA Tournament is so popular is that it’s not so predictable and you get to see people that you don’t always get to see. I think this is what it’s all...
  • Grant's NCAA Blog: Shocker Nation has arrived

    Grant's NCAA Blog: Shocker Nation has arrived
    If you don't have a permit, don't even think about working in California. As we have found by doing our work and other stuff, permits are a must for working in Los Angeles. We've been moved and shooed and told to go away more times than I can remember...
  • Grant's NCAA Blog: On to the next one

    Grant's NCAA Blog: On to the next one
    "Freeze - somebody bring me back some money, please?!" - Jay-Z I just felt like writing that, still trying to work the context into this blog but give me some time and space and my warped mind will work wonders. So the Shockers are into the Elite 8 of...
  • Xavier a significant challenge for Lehigh

     
    So, Lehigh fans, you thought Duke a was big challenge and all that stands in the way of a trip to the Sweet 16 in Atlanta is a mere 40 minutes against Xavier. Well, Mountain Hawks faithful, those 40 minutes......