Wendell Cruz/ Finish First Photos The Johnnies play a preseason tune-up against a Division II squad from Manhattan. Sprinkle a few fans in with a bowl of Red Storm athleticism, plus a hefty helping of a local Division II team, and we have Preseasoning! St. John’s gets back on the court for a game that won’t count in the standings, but will count in the minds of the fans … [Read more...] about St. John’s tangles with CUNY’s Baruch – exhibition preview
Both men’s and women’s soccer squads come into the waning weeks of their seasons in the postseason mix. Men’s Soccer St. John’s 0 | Seton Hall 0 The men hosted the Pirates from Seton Hall for a match last Saturday. The match contained very little excitement for the soccer enthusiast, but a lot for those who like chippy extracurricular play. Both sides kept the referees busy as … [Read more...] about Recapping: St. John’s soccer seasons draw to a close with postseason hopes
Wendell Cruz Amidst all of the hype in Queens, Mike Anderson, Julian Champagnie, and Stef Smith are taking it a day at a time. Tonight, as the Red Storm continue the preseason with the Red Storm Tip Off, the team will continue to manage the high expectations that have followed the Johnnies all offseason. The return of Julian Champagnie and Posh Alexander has fans in … [Read more...] about Day to day, the Johnnies manage preseason expectations
Looking forward to Big East Media Day — and setting out some of the questions around the new-look St. John’s Red Storm. Tomorrow morning, the Big East kicks off the annual media day, a hype fest where every team is a possible winner, every coach has hope, and where there is always a player snubbed for a more well-known player in the morning’s awards. After a strange, … [Read more...] about A return to normalcy?
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Julian Champagnie and Posh Alexander get nods on the First and Second All-Big East teams, respectively. The annual preseason basics, where Collin Gillespie and Villanova are once again picked atop the Big East. Julian Champagnie is on the Big East’s First Team and Posh Alexander was named to the Second Team. Also read: A return to … [Read more...] about Big East Preseason picks, preseason predictions: where are the Johnnies?
The men and women went a combined 1-3 in a low-scoring, defense-heavy week. The men’s soccer side (8-3-1 on the season, 3-1-1 in Big East play) has continued their consistency, with strong defense keeping them in games. But over the last week and the previous game (two weeks ago), the Red Storm have scored two goals, given up two goals, and played three overtime games. The … [Read more...] about Storm struggle: St. John’s soccer programs suffer 1st conference losses last week
Zsani Kajan | Wendell Cruz Both St. John’s soccer squads remain unbeaten in Big East Play after losing leads to some of the league's top challengers. St. John’s got back on the pitch with three games between the men and women. The men went 1-0-1 to end non-conference play and focus on conference play while the women drew their only match of the week. The matches are … [Read more...] about Both St. John’s men’s + women’s soccer still undefeated in league- despite ties
By ADAM ZAGORIA Less than three weeks after committing to St. John’s, Jaquan Sanders has decommitted. “I felt like I wanted to be more focused and leave New York and I felt leaving New York I would be more focused,” he told ZAGSBLOG. He also holds offers from Providence, Auburn, Pittsburgh and Kansas State. After talking to my family I have decided to decommit and … [Read more...] about Class of ’22 guard Jaquan Sanders decommits from St. John’s
Wendell Cruz DeMeo says he was wrongfully terminated, details conflict between the coach and players Today, St. John’s and the Big East may have released the schedule... but fans of the Johnnies are also hearing about a lawsuit filed by a former assistant coach against head coach Mike Anderson. Former St. John’s Assistant Coach Steve DeMeo has filed a wrongful … [Read more...] about Former assistant Steve DeMeo files lawsuit against St. John’s, Anderson