— David Collins had a season-high 23 points to lead eighth-seeded South Florida to a 73-71 victory over ninth-seeded Temple in the opener of the American Athletic Conference tournament on Thursday.
— Xavier Castaneda had 18 points as South Florida got past Temple 83-76 on Sunday.
— Elijah Joiner posted 17 points as Tulsa topped Temple 72-66 on Tuesday night.
— Jeremiah Davenport registered 12 points, eight rebounds and six assists as Cincinnati narrowly beat Temple 71-69 on Friday night.
— Tyson Etienne Scored 20 points and converted a go-ahead three-point play with 42 seconds remaining to lead Wichita State to a 70-67 win over Temple on Sunday.
— David DeJulius hit a foul shot with 1:58 remaining to give Cincinnati the lead en route to a 63-60 win over Temple on Thursday night.
— Jaylen Forbes had a career-high 23 points as Tulane topped Temple 81-64 on Sunday.
Legendary Temple coach John Chaney died Friday at age 89. Longtime Philly hoops observer Joe Lunardi assessed his impact.
Hall of Fame coach John Chaney, a zone defense innovator who led Temple to 17 NCAA tournament appearances, has died at the age of 89.
— Khalif Battle had a career-high 22 points plus 11 rebounds as Temple defeated Tulsa 76-67 on Tuesday.
— Marcus Sasser and Quentin Grimes each scored 15 points and No. 8 Houston rolled to its sixth straight win, 68-51 over Temple on Saturday.
— Damian Dunn scored 18 points as Temple beat Tulane 65-57 on Saturday.
— Damian Dunn had a career-high 20 points as Temple got past Central Florida 62-55 on Thursday.
— Kendric Davis had 20 points as SMU defeated Temple 79-68 on Monday.
— Darius McNeill had 17 points off the bench to lift SMU to a 79-71 win over Temple on Wednesday.
— Quentin Grimes had 22 points and seven rebounds, Justin Gorham had 14 points and 12 boards and No. 6 Houston beat Temple 76-50 on Tuesday night in the American Athletic Conference opener for both teams.
— De’Vondre Perry recorded 12 points and 15 rebounds to carry Temple to a 72-60 win over NJIT in the season opener for both teams on Saturday.
Temple and Butler both announced Thursday that their men's basketball teams are pausing activities following positive COVID-19 tests within their programs.
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