Temple Owls

23-9 (15-15-2 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 74.7 116th
Rebounds Per Game 34.4 223rd
Assists Per Game 14.4 86th
Points Allowed 71.5 179th
2018-19 American Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Houston 16-2 33-4
Cincinnati 14-4 28-7
UCF 13-5 24-9
Temple 13-5 23-10
Memphis 11-7 22-14
Wichita State 10-8 22-15
Tulsa 8-10 18-14
South Florida 8-10 24-14
UConn 6-12 16-17
SMU 6-12 15-17
East Carolina 3-15 10-21
Tulane 0-18 4-27
Injuries
  • There are no injuries listed at this time.

Temple Owls News

  • Say to the new faces on North Broad! @D_dunn23 @mvojet1 @begreatjake @taistrickland13 https://t.co/YuvaHZseDK

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  • From #NorthPhilly to Indiana.Congrats to @InternatlShizz on joining the @pacers!#OwlsInTheNBA https://t.co/4ASNn2fADw

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  • Official Site of the Owls: Men's Basketball AAC Home and Away Opponents Announced

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The American Athletic Conference has announced the men's basketball scheduling model and pairings for the 2019-20 season. Every team in The American plays seven of its 11 conference opponents twice and the other four opponents once - two at home and two on the road.

    The American is the only major conference in the country to return all of its individual on-court award winners from the 2018-19 season. The 2019-20 top returners include Player of the Year Jarron Cumberland (Cincinnati), Freshman of the Year Alexis Yetna (USF), Coach of the Year Kelvin Sampson (Houston), Defensive Player of the Year Laquincy Rideau (USF), Sixth Man of the Year DeJon Jarreau (Houston) and Most Improved Players of the Year Josh Carlton (UConn) and Nate Pierre-Louis (Temple).

  • Happy Fathers Day from the #TUMBB family! https://t.co/53O7VA6eMU

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  • Hey @michaelstrahan, you tryna run some 1-on-1 while youre here? @GMA | #GMAinPhilly https://t.co/dxv1AVDhY3

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  • Hey @michaelstrahan, you tryna run some 1-on-1 while your here? @GMA | #GMAinPhilly https://t.co/Az9wCRtHyp

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  • Official Site of the Owls: Fran Dunphy Receives 2019 Wanamaker Award

    PHILADELPHIA - Former Temple men's basketball coach received Philadelphia sports' highest honor Tuesday, the John Wanamaker Award. Dunphy, who was named the 2019 Philadelphia Big 5 Coach of the Year and inducted into the organization's Hall of Fame on April 15, guided Temple to 270 wins in his 13-year tenure, including a 23-10 record and NCAA berth this season. Earlier this year he received the Gene Bartow Award for his contributions to the game, the Dean Smith Award presented by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association Good Guy Award.

    The all-time winningest coach in Philadelphia Big 5 history with 580 victories, Dunphy led Temple to 10 postseason appearances, including eight trips to the NCAA Tournament.

  • Extremely well deserved.Congrats, Coach Dunph!https://t.co/5QCSPH19zd

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  • To celebrate #NationalRoseDay...how about some @qrose_3 highlights? https://t.co/4ITg5efBoA

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  • That would mean a lot to the city of Philadelphia... -@InternatlShizz We agree @sixers. https://t.co/v1MIAsmPcX

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  • Defense Offense#TUMBB https://t.co/XHOZz94AMz

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  • Official Site of the Owls: Men's Basketball Heads to the Bahamas for 2019 Foreign Trip

    PHILADELPHIA - Temple men's basketball will kick off the Aaron McKie era in style as the Owls depart for a week-long trip to the Bahamas starting August 2.
    Temple will play games against Bahamian Select Teams on August 3rd, 5th and 6th at Kendall Isaacs Gym at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Complex in Nassau. It will mark the first-ever trip to the Bahamas for the Owls, and the first foreign trip by the program since 2013.

    "This trip will be beneficial in so many ways," said McKie. "It gives our team the ability to have a mini-camp in the summer, play games and find its own identity.

  • Official Site of the Owls: Fran Dunphy Honored at City Hall

    PHILADELPHIA - Former Temple men's basketball coach Fran Dunphy received another honor as Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney presented him with a Liberty Bell in a hometown tribute ceremony held at City Hall Monday.

    Dunphy, who was the recipient of an honorary doctorate degree from Temple University at last Thursday's commencement will be honored again at City Hall, this time by City Council on May 16. He will receive the John Wanamaker Award a few weeks later on June 11.

    Inducted into the Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of Fame in April, Dunphy, who stepped down as the Owls' coach following the 2018-19 season, received the Dean Smith Award presented by the U.

  • JPL mixtape... coming at you! @mvojet1 x #TempleTUFF https://t.co/vdagSC7P0V

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  • RT @TempleOwls: Its a wrap for our Class of 2019! You know we had to send them out in style... https://t.co/9pxMZBNnnU

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