Terry Toohey, PottstownMercury

Terry Toohey

PottstownMercury

Pennsylvania, United States

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Recent:
  • PottstownMercury
  • Delco Times
  • The Times Herald
Past:
  • The Reporter
  • Daily Local News
  • The Reading Eagle

Recent articles by Terry:

Villanova’s Collin Gillespie candidate for Cousy Award; Wildcats fourth in preseason poll – The Mercury

The 6-3, 195-pound Collin Gilliespie is back for a fifth year on the Main Line after having his 2020-21 season cut short with a torn MCL in his left knee. He was having his best season before the i… → Read More

Better late than never for 2020 Delco Hall of Fame class

The Hall of Fame ceremony was held up for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Class of 2021 will be inducted in the spring and the Class of 2022 next October. → Read More

College Basketball: Knee injury expected to sideline Villanova’s Bryan Antoine for six weeks – The Mercury

Bryan Antoine just can’t avoid the injury bug. The junior guard from Villanova will be sidelined for six weeks as he recovers from an injury to the patella tendon in his right knee that he suffered… → Read More

Villanova’s Cosby-Roundtree to sit out season, but be part of program – timesherald

The 6-9, 250-pound graduate student will not play or be on the active roster this season. He will remain on scholarship and be part of the team in an off-court role that has yet to be determined, t… → Read More

Villanova Basketball: Jay Wright back in his ‘happy place’ as practice begins – timesherald

After a whirlwind summer that saw him help coach Team USA to Olympic gold and be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Villanova’s Jay Wright was back in what he called his “… → Read More

College Football: Villanova’s Tyler Will doing well at home after scary hit

Villanova tight end Tyler Will was home and “felt great,” after a scary moment in the Wildcats’ 38-17 loss to Penn State Saturday, Villanova coach Mark Ferrante said Sunday. Will, a 6-1, 255-pound … → Read More

College Football: Villanova’s Tyler Will doing well at home after scary hit

Villanova tight end Tyler Will was home and “felt great,” after a scary moment in the Wildcats’ 38-17 loss to Penn State Saturday, Villanova coach Mark Ferrante said Sunday. Will, → Read More

Villanova excited to test itself against Penn State

Villanova running back Justin Covington was a redshirt sophomore in August of 2018 when the Wildcats announced a two-game series with Penn State in 2021 and 2025. Even with the → Read More

Smith leads ‘Nova past Richmond via late rally

RADNOR — For the better part of the second half Saturday, Villanova’s offense was stagnant. The Wildcats had 13 points at halftime and still had a baker’s dozen when they → Read More

Villanova lines up Baylor, UCLA among nonleague basketball tests

A rematch with defending national champion Baylor, the resumption of a full Big 5 slate and games against national powerhouses dot the 11-game nonconference schedule that Villanova men’s basketball released → Read More

Penn State-Villanova to kickoff at noon

Kickoff for Villanova’s game against Penn State has been set. The Wildcats (2-0) and Nittany Lions (2-0) will square off at noon on Sept. 25 at Beaver Stadium. The game → Read More

Legendary coach Herb Magee to retire after 2021-22 season

Mention sports at Textile, Philadelphia or Thomas Jefferson universities and one name quickly comes to mind: Herb Magee. He has been associated with the university, under its many names, and → Read More

College Football: Experienced Villanova can’t wait to get started

There are times when Malik Fisher looks around the football locker room at Villanova and feels a little out of place. At 22, going on 23, he’s a little older → Read More

Basketball: For Villanova's Wright, coaching in Olympics an experience of lifetime

Scroll through Jay Wright’s Twitter page and you will see several pictures of the Villanova coach sporting a gold medal after Team USA took the title at the 2020 Olympics → Read More

Villanova Football: Linebacker Forrest Rhyne exited to be back for fifth year

A trip to Ocean City, New Jersey, was just what Forrest Rhyne and his Villanova teammates needed last week, even if the trip mixed business with pleasure. → Read More

Dateline Delco: Cieslak, Woolery earn medals at Nike national meet

If this summer is any indication, Delaware County track and cross country fans are going to hear a lot about Olivia Cieslak and Mike Woolery in the future. → Read More

Baseball: Upper Darby gets back in the swing, takes two-zip series lead in Delco League semifinals

MARPLE — A week off after earning a bye in the first round of the Delco League playoffs took its toll on Upper Darby’s offense. → Read More

All-Delco Boys Track and Field: Chichester's Bruton made jump from diamond to Del Val gold

In addition to Daily Times boys track and field Athlete of the Year Eric Albright of Garnet Valley, the All-Delco team includes: → Read More

Jay Wright hopes summer plans include Olympic gold

As much as Jay Wright loves the Jersey shore, Villanova’s Hall of Fame coach won’t get to spend much time at his favorite vacation destination this summer. → Read More

Jay Wright hopes summer plans include Olympic gold

As much as Jay Wright loves the Jersey shore, Villanova’s Hall of Fame coach won’t get to spend much time at his favorite vacation destination this summer. → Read More