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The opening ceremonies for the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea.

Drexel Well-Represented at World University Games

At an international competition held in South Korea this year, Drexel students and faculty are giving the University a strong presence at a high-level, high-profile athletics event.
John and Mary Semanik Award winners Robert Liberatore and Melissa Chapman, with their coaches, Doug Hess and Ray Goon.

A Q&A With the 2015 Semanik Award Winners

The soccer players honored with Drexel’s highest honor for athletics shared their on-field memories and feelings about receiving the Semanik Awards with DrexelNow.
Drexel men's lacrosse celebrates its first-ever NCAA tournament victory by dumping Gatorade on coach Brian Voelker

Making the Hall of Fame: A Q&A with Brian Voelker

A year removed from taking Drexel men's lacrosse to its first NCAA tournament, Ben Voelker has a new accomplishment to add to his career: Making the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. He talked to DrexelNow about what that means for him and the pride he has for his teams.
Sean Joyce, left, from the Drexel Athletic Department standing with Kevin Murray, Undergraduate Student Government Association president and sport management major, working during the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Final Four. Courtesy of the Drexel Athletic Department.

Drexel Hosts NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships

Under blue skies, Drexel Athletic Department worked to host the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Final Four at Lincoln Financial Field.
Drexel crew celebrating their third straight overall championship at the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta.

Drexel Crew Three-peats at Dad Vail Regatta

For the third straight year, Drexel crew took home the overall championship in U.S. college rowing’s most prestigious event, the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta.
The men's varsity eight team celebrating at last year's Dad Vail Regatta.

A Three-Peat for Drexel at the Dad Vail Regatta?

Can Drexel’s rowers replicate their magic on rowing’s biggest stage for yet another year?
Mary Semanik, far right, in the lobby newly dedicated to her and her husband, John, speaking with former women's lacrosse player Amanda Norcini (center) and the Mary Semanik Head Coach of Women's Lacrosse, Hannah Rudloff (left).

DAC Lobby Named for Transformative Athletic Directors

The Daskalakis Athletic Center’s lobby will bear the name of John and Mary Semanik, a husband and wife team who led Drexel athletics to new heights for almost three decades.
Kush Navinchandra bowling for Drexel's Club Cricket Squad. Photo by American College Cricket.

Drexel Cricket Builds Name, Reaches National Championship

Just three years ago, Drexel's cricket team had trouble beating local mid-level squads. Now, the club team is one of the best in the country.
A big moment from the homecoming men's basketball game against the College of Charleston.

Homecoming 2015 Photo Recap

It was a good weekend to be a Dragon. Game-winning shots on the basketball court, gravity-defying dives in the pool and stunning dance moves at the Armory: This Drexel homecoming had it all, and now you can relive it here.
Drexel men's lacrosse celebrates its first-ever NCAA tournament victory by dumping Gatorade on coach Brian Voelker

Drexel Athletic Director Picks 20 Biggest Moments of 2014

In a year which featured a collection of Drexel Dragons competing at the highest levels, Director of Athletics Eric Zillmer picks his 20 favorite moments from 2014.
Drexel's growing sailing team

Drexel Sailing Team Getting Into Shipshape

Following the success of the team's trip to France, Drexel's sailing team finds its roster tripling in size as it prepares for the 2015 season.
DAC Pack

Drexel Basketball Set to Tip Off 2014-15 Season

Drexel’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will open their respective seasons this weekend and begin their quest for a Colonial Athletic Association title. The men are on the road against Colorado on Friday, Nov. 14; while the women host Cornell on Sunday, Nov. 16 at the Daskalakis Athletic Center.