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October 24, 2013

Deal Feed: PPL Park’s College Soccer Mega Ticket Offers Soccer Fans Major Ticket Discounts To Some Of The Most Highly Anticipated Games This Fall

Good news, soccer fans. PPL Park, Chester’s very own soccer stadium and home to the Philadelphia Union, is offering a too-good-to-miss deal to several big time soccer matches and tournaments this fall. The College Soccer Mega Ticket gets fans into some of the biggest games to grace the stadium this fall — the Army-Navy Cup […]

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May 30, 2013

PPL Park Hosts 20 Men’s Rugby Teams At The USA Sevens Collegiate Rugby Championships, This Weekend, June 1-2

The top rugby teams from across the country battle it out for the number one spot this weekend at PPL Park. The annual Collegiate Rugby Championships return for 2013 and welcome some of our home teams (Temple, UPenn, St. Joe’s and Villanova), along with teams from across the country. In total, 20 teams compete in […]

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May 9, 2013

Our Guide To The 75th Annual Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta On The Schuylkill River, This Friday And Saturday, May 10-11

Hot on the heels of city sporting extravaganzas the Penn Relays and Broad Street Run, another well-attended competition draws world-class athletes to Philadelphia. On May 10-11, the 75th annual Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta sails on the scenic Schuylkill River. The two-day event is the largest collegiate regatta in the United States with representation from 125 […]

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March 28, 2013

La Salle And The Legend Of The Southwest Philly Floater: Top Five Reasons You Should Be Tuning In And Rooting For La Salle Tonight In The Sweet 16

La Salle takes on Wichita State tonight in the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament. The game, which takes place in at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, starts at 10:17 p.m. and airs nationally on TBS. Here are five quick reasons you will want to tune in and cheer on the Explorers. 1. […]

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March 25, 2013

Photo Of The Day: La Salle Advances To The Sweet 16 On A Game-Winning Shot Famously Dubbed The “Southwest Philly Floater”

Last night, the 13-seed La Salle Explorers advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, by taking down 12-seed Ole Miss in a nail-biter 76-74. The game came down to the final seconds, with the score tied at 74 and La Salle had a chance to hit a game-winning shot. After running the clock […]

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March 20, 2013

Our Top Picks For How To Celebrate March Madness In Philadelphia During Opening Week Of The 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

The 2013 NCAA Tournament is underway this week and Philadelphia is getting into the March Madness spirit. As a host of several second- and third-round games, the city is buzzing with college hoops excitement. Read on for a few prime ways to enjoy the fun. • Watch games in person: The Wells Fargo Center is […]

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March 18, 2013

Celebrate March Madness With National Bracket Day At The Shops At Liberty Place, Today, March 18 At Noon

The 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament field is set and the Shops at Liberty Place is celebrating with National Bracket Day. A massive bracket standing at 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide and 20 feet long currently stands in the Liberty Place rotunda, and starting today, the huge board will be populated with all […]

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November 19, 2012

College Basketball Fever Returns To Philadelphia With Big Five Rivalry Games And Other Big-Time National Matchups During The 2012-13 Season

Philadelphia has long been known as a hoops haven, so it’s fitting that several of the country’s best college basketball teams call the area home. With so much talent in one place, rivalry naturally ensues, making the city’s historic Big Five match-ups some of the most exciting basketball played anywhere. This month, Temple, Penn, LaSalle, […]

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September 28, 2012

Our Guide To College Football in Philadelphia: Temple, Penn, Villanova And The 2012 Army/Navy Game

While Philadelphia is nationally known for passionately supporting its professional sports teams, it is important to remember Philly is home to a large number of colleges, each with their own storied athletic programs. Philadelphia’s college football tradition is long (Penn’s first team took the field in 1877) and in recent years, the schools have been […]

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August 31, 2012

Tonight, Temple And Villanova Kick Off The College Football Season In Philadelphia With The Mayor’s Cup Game At Lincoln Financial Field

College football in Philly officially kicks off tonight, August 31, when Temple and Villanova square off in the 4th Annual Mayor’s Cup at Lincoln Financial Field. This year’s game is the last scheduled matchup between the two teams for a while, marking the end – at least, temporarily – of the current Mayor’s Cup format. […]

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