On March 12, the entire sporting world would shut down due to the breakout of the CoronaVirus. A lot of people are upset and worried about what will happen and how long this will last. Later in the day on March 12, the NCAA would announce that all Winter & Spring sports would be cancelled […]Read more "Update on Philadelphia and Allentown NCAA Championships for 2020"
As the world enters week two of no sports action due to the Coronoavirus, we have some interesting news regarding Philly College Basketball. On Wedesday night, news would come down from Saint Joseph’s University that Ryan Daly will go through the NBA Draft Process and leave the option to return to Hawk Hill. Head Coach […]Read more "Saint Josephs Ryan Daly to Enter NBA Draft Process"
This was set to be one of the biggest weeks of the College Basketball season. The Sweet 16 & Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament would be on the horizon, but March Madness was cancelled 14 days ago due to the outbreak of COVID-19. On Wedesday, Villanova Head Coach Jay Wright held his end of […]Read more "Takeaways from Jay Wright’s end of season press conference"
It’s almost time for March Madness, which means the conference tournaments are in full swing to see who will make the field of 68. Here is a viewing guide for the Philly College basketball teams for conference tournament week Temple: The Owls will head to Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, TX to take on SMU […]Read more "Philly College Hoops Viewing Guide for Conference Tournaments"
The fight to make the Ivy League Tournament goes onto the final weekend of the regular season as the Penn Quakers took on Cornell Big Red from the Palestra on the campus of Univeristy of Penn on Friday night. Penn came into the game with 14-11 (6-6 in Ivy league) while Cornell headed to Philly […]Read more "Penn shuts down Cornell to keep their Ivy League Tournament hopes Alive"
With March Madness on the horizon, all eyes are turning to the rinks to see who will and won’t make the cut in this year’s big dance. For Nittany Lions fans, there’s a lot to be excied about. Penn State will enter as the Number 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament after they won […]Read more "Penn State enter as the Number 1 seed in Big Ten Hockey Tournament"
Koby Isaac has come a long way, working hard to evolve his game which he has done. At 6-3 175, he is a complete guard with size, strength, and toughness. Plus, he has a great basketball IQ of a player that stays on the floor in the fourth quarter. Isaac has NBA genes being the […]Read more "2020 talented combo guard Koby Isaac having a breakout year"
Philadelphia: As we close the month of February, the drama and the buzz of March Madness is heightening. On Saturday afternoon, the Villanova Wildcats took on the Providence Friars at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia. Villanova came into the game at 22-6 (11-4 in Big East) while Providence made their trip to Philly […]Read more "Providence Stuns Number 12 Villanova"
Philadelphia: During the Catholic League season, the end goal is to make the final four at the Palestra, but the search for a champion would decrease one more on Wednesday night as Neumann-Goretti took on Archbishop Ryan. Archbishop Ryan came out swining for the fences in the first quarter to show Neumann-Goretti that they will […]Read more "Neumann-Goretti wins tight battle against Archbishop Ryan"
There are certain Sporting events that everyone looks forward and for high school basketball in Philadelphia, the Catholic League Semifinals are as big as it gets – held at the Palestra on the campus of University of Pennsylvania on Wednesday night. Roman Catholic took on Archbishop Wood in one of the matchups. Roman would get […]Read more "Roman Catholic moves to title game with big win over Archbishop Wood"