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Participants in last year's Indoor Triathlon race to the finish line

Drexel’s Indoor Triathlon Brings Athletes in From the Cold

Drexel will hold a triathlon/duathlon inside the Recreation Center, allowing you to run, bike and swim despite the chilling weather, and registration is open now.
Ed O’Bannon, retired pro basketball player and lead plaintiff in the antitrust class action lawsuit O’Bannon v. NCAA, will be a panelist at the CARE Conference. Photo credit: Jack Rosenfeld.

Summit on College Athletes’ Rights Hosted by Drexel

In an effort to examine more closely the rights of college athletes and whether those rights are protected, Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management will host “College Athletes’ Rights & Empowerment Conference: Visioning A New Paradigm of College Sport (CARE)” from March 24 – 26 at the National Constitution Center and Drexel University

Top Drexel sports moments of 2015

Replay the Top 20 Biggest Moments of Drexel Sports in 2015

Looking back at a year featuring a lot of “firsts,” “bests” and international travel, Director of Athletics Eric Zillmer, PsyD, picks the top 20 biggest moments from 2015.
Drexel Athletics Club

Drexel Athletic Club: Support Your Sport

A new campaign is raising funds to support the unique, family-like experience of students who play varsity sports at Drexel. And naturally, there is a competitive twist.

Drexel's men's ice hockey team after they captured their fifth ECHA championship in February.

Drexel Men’s Ice Hockey Team Will Play First-Ever Game at Wells Fargo Center

Drexel Dragons on the men’s club ice hockey team are preparing for a big game at an even bigger venue: the Wells Fargo Center.
Tavon Rachel

Back on the Court: Drexel Basketball Opens 2015-16 Season

Drexel’s men’s and women’s basketball teams open competition this Friday. Both squads are laden with veteran talent and will have their sights set on making strong performances in the Colonial Athletic Associations.

Thomas Trojian, MD, College of Medicine

Ask the Drexel Physician: A Look at Treating Those Nagging Tendon Injuries

Hear from Thomas Trojian, MD, a professor in the Department of Family, Community & Preventive Medicine in the College of Medicine, on some treatment options for those troublesome tendon injuries. 
The court set up for the U.S. Open in the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Photo by Steve Line/SquashPics.com.

5 Things to Watch at This Year’s U.S. Open Squash Championships

Here are a few intriguing details about this year’s U.S. Open Squash Championships to look for when it’s held at Drexel’s Daskalakis Athletic Center for the fifth straight year.
A football laying in the grass. Photo by RonAlmog (https://www.flickr.com/photos/ronalmog/3104856676/).

Q&A: Daniel Korschun on NFL Reputation Amid Cover-Up Allegations

Associate Professor Daniel Korschun discusses the business implications the NFL could be facing after an ESPN report  accused the league of a large-scale cover-up of a cheating scandal.
The logo for the women;s basketball team's trip to Europe overtop a scene of the Dutch countryside with windmills.

Dragons Finish European Tour Undefeated

The women’s basketball team made the most of their tour of France, Belgium and the Netherlands by going 4-0 and jelling as a team.
A member of the Women's field hockey team doing a video.

Go Behind the Scenes of Fall Sports Media Day

See what it’s like for the photographers and student-athletes behind the annual tradition of Media Day.
The Drexel women's basketball team during their last international trip to Italy.

Drexel Women’s Basketball To Build Chemistry in Europe

Set to head to Belgium, the Netherlands and Europe, Drexel women’s basketball hopes to jell during the international tour before this year’s challenging season.