As nonconference games go, this one had the edge of a storied rivalry.
The chippy play would have been befitting for some decades-long series, not one confined to matchups one can count on one hand.
Saint Francis and Delaware, in just their third meeting all-time, pushed and shoved to the finish, which favored the Blue Hens by a 42-14 score. "3 & Out" rolls on with takeaways from the Delaware victory.
Multiple reports indicate that Delaware, dissatisfied by the state of the CAA, is contemplating its options as it relates to reclassifying to the Football Bowl Subdivision of NCAA Division I. However, a single most likely conference destination has yet to publicly crystallize for the university, a geographic outlier among most plausible FBS leagues.
Delaware was no match for Big Ten power Penn State on Saturday, dropping a 63-7 blowout. Despite this lopsided outcome at an FBS playoff contender, the Blue Hens showed occasional signs of pieces in their puzzle to success in 2023. As the Hens turn to their home opener versus Saint Francis, The Review's "3 & Out" series continues with conclusions drawn from Happy Valley.
Delaware started its football season on the right foot Thursday evening at Stony Brook, handling the Seawolves 37-13. Leading off The Review’s 3 & Out series in the 2023 football season, here are three themes to take away from the Blue Hens’ 1-0 start overall and in Coastal Athletic Association Football.
One university student is balancing his graduate student endeavors – as a chemical and biomolecular engineering Ph.D. candidate – and as a powerlifter. Bradie Crandall’s story of success only becomes more unique when factoring in that he does it all as a vegan.
Delaware kicks off its 2023 football season at Stony Brook on Thursday night. The Fightin' Blue Hens have numerous emerging and new faces manning a rebuilt defense. On 'O,' Ryan Carty has signaled that the Blue Hens will have multiple passers at QB in the season opener.
Managing Sports Editor Daniel Steenkamer has the Hens' roster overview with gameday nearing.
Delaware women’s soccer opened the Kelly Lawrence era with a bang, taking down ACC foe Syracuse in the 2023 season opener for both teams. The upset is the Blue Hens’ first-ever win over an active Power 5 program on the women’s pitch. The Review caught up with Lawrence and senior captain Katie Hackley postgame in Newark.
The Review spoke with Delaware head football coach Ryan Carty and several other Football Championship Subdivision head coaches in the region as the first season under a noticeable college football timing tweak nears.
The past 12 months have featured wild upsets, uber-intense championship matchups and historic moments that may never be seen again. From the ice to the pitch, staff reporter Steven Norris breaks down the 10 moments that stand out from all over the world of sports.
The 2022-23 year of sports at Delaware was packed with memories. Editor-in-Chief Konner Metz and Managing Sports Editor Daniel Steenkamer rank the Blue Hens’ top 10 moments. Taking the No. 1 spot is the game that left fans particularly proud to be a Blue Hen.
Playing in its second NCAA opening round game in as many years, Delaware men’s lacrosse romped, blasting Marist with 25 goals. The onslaught set the Blue Hens’ program record for most goals in an NCAA tournament game and secured a trip to No. 1 Duke in the first round. The date with the Blue Devils is a major test for the Hens and a reunion for their head coach, Ben DeLuca.
In ideal spring conditions on its home field, Delaware men’s lacrosse got its ideal result, defeating Stony Brook 13-10 to clinch the Colonial Athletic Association’s automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs.