This Week in Ram Athletics: Feb. 20-Feb. 26

Men’s Basketball

Last Week: The Rams (17-8, 12-4 CACC) secured a home game in the CACC Tournament by defeating Felician, 76-55, on Saturday. Temi Adebayo led the team with 18 points and nine blocks. Philadelphia opened the week with a 76-74 loss to the University of the Sciences on Thursday, 76-74.

This Week: Philadelphia closes out the regular season with a road contest at Holy Family on Tuesday night. The Rams will host either Dominican or Post in a first-round CACC Tournament game on Saturday.
Need to Know: The Rams had all five starters score in double-figures in both games last week. The team is 2-1 this season when that occurs.

Women’s Basketball

Last Week: The Lady Rams (20-7, 14-4 CACC) closed out its regular season home schedule with a loss to the University of the Sciences, 50-44, on Thursday and a 79-69 overtime victory on Saturday against Felician. Christine Wooding recorded a career-high 35 points in the win over the Golden Falcons.

This Week: Philadelphia wraps up the regular season at Holy Family Tuesday night at 6 p.m. A win, or a Goldey-Beacom loss, will give the Lady Rams a first-round home game Saturday night.
Need to Know: By defeating Felician the Lady Rams recorded their 17th season with at least 20 wins under head coach Tom Shirley.

Baseball

This Week: The Rams open their 2012 season with a three-game weekend set at Dowling. The teams will square-off in a doubleheader starting at noon on Saturday and then play a single game on Sunday.

Need to Know: Philadelphia was selected 10th in the 2012 CACC preseason coaches poll.

Men’s Tennis

This Week: Philadelphia begins the spring on Saturday with a road match at the University of the District of Columbia at 5 p.m. The Rams return home to take on Adelphi at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Center on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.

Need to Know: The Rams were voted second in the 2012 CACC preseason coaches poll.

Women’s Tennis

This Week: The Lady Rams’ spring gets underway with a home contest against Adelphi at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Center on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.

Need to Know: Philadelphia finished fifth in the CACC during the fall season.
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