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Field hockey drops two games versus ranked opponents, falls to 2-6

Delaware field hockey now sits at 2-6 after two tough home losses to Princeton and Rutgers, both ranked opponents.

Photo gallery: Delaware football’s road trip to Rutgers

The Blue Hens fell to 2-1 on the year after losing to Rutgers in a 45-13 decision, their first regular season loss since 2019.

Commentary: Five thoughts following Delaware’s 27-10 win over St. Francis

Patrick LaPorte takes a look at the positives and negatives stemming from Delaware's victory in their home opener.

The Blue Hens Blitz Podcast: Assessing Delaware’s 27-10 win over St. Francis

The Blue Hens are off to a 2-0 start after winning their home opener over the St. Francis Red Flash.

Photo gallery: A closer look into Delaware football’s home opener

The smoke cleared on Saturday for the Blue Hens to notch a 27-10 win versus St. Francis in their home opener.

Men’s soccer falls to 0-3 in home opener loss against Monmouth

The Blue Hens men's soccer team was shutout for the second time this season this past Tuesday versus Monmouth.

Commentary: Women’s basketball in prime position to avenge end to 2020 season

After falling just short in the CAA Tournament last season, the Blue Hens return four starters and added two key transfers during the offseason.

Rocco looks to lead a stacked Blue Hens team to the playoffs once again

Blue Hens head coach Danny Rocco enters his fifth year with the program, coming off of an FCS semifinal appearance last spring.

Women’s soccer drops third straight game to Seton Hall

Delaware women's soccer fell to 1-3 after a late goal by Seton Hall's Emma Ramsay propelled the Pirates to a 1-0 victory.

From a canceled nationals meet to an Olympic Trials appearance: Michaela Meyer’s road to glory

The beginning of 2020 marked a special moment in Delaware’s track and field history, as Michaela Meyer qualified for the NCAA Indoor National Championships.

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