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Seniors leave lasting legacy, pave road ahead for Delaware basketball programs

Delaware men's and women's basketball experienced the highest of highs this past March, a testament to the contributions of two uber-talented senior classes.

Six years in, Rawak has brought unprecedented success to Blue Hens through athletics rebuild

Chrissi Rawak led a national search for a new women's basketball head coach just days after the team's trip to the NCAA tournament, landing on former associate Sarah Jenkins,

Delaware goalie Matt Kilkeary hitting his stride as Hens make NCAA tournament run

Redshirt senior goalkeeper Matt Kilkeary made 14 saves to help Delaware pull out a 10-9 win over No. 2 Georgetown Sunday night in the NCAA tournament.

Ward’s game-winner helps Hens shock No. 2 Georgetown, move forward in NCAA tournament

JP Ward was the hero Sunday night for the Blue Hens, as his goal with eight seconds left completed a comeback and clinched an NCAA tournament victory over No. 2 Georgetown.

Men’s lacrosse prevails over Towson in CAA championship

For the first time in over a decade, the Blue Hens have qualified for the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament, thanks to wins in their last five games, two of which came in the CAA tournament.

Blue Hens baseball player makes MLB debut for Yankees

Dreams came true for former university baseball player Ron Marinaccio on April 8, when he made his Major League Baseball debut in pinstripes.

Commentary: New women’s basketball head coach Sarah Jenkins faces challenges as the Blue Hens begin a new era

Sarah Jenkins was formally introduced as Delaware's new women's basketball head coach back on April 5 after Natasha Adair accepted a head coaching opening at Arizona State University.

Delaware’s Dickey chosen by Dallas Wings in WNBA Draft’s third round

Jasmine Dickey became the third Blue Hen ever to be drafted into the WNBA on Monday night, joining Tyresa Smith (2007) and Elena Delle Donne (2013).

Commentary: The NFL’s hypocrisy towards its treatment of women only continues to worsen

Senior sports reporter Alex Philippsen takes a deeper look into the NFL's decisions and actions regarding sexual misconduct cases, particularly one involving quarterback Deshaun Watson.

Commentary: March Madness rebrand reigns successful for women’s tournament, but there is still room for growth

BY KONNER METZ Managing Sports Editor For players, coaches, fans and all others involved in women’s college basketball, last month’s NCAA tournament had...

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