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Coach Flood’s Expectations as Rutgers Begins Spring Practice

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Image via The Rutgers football team’s spring season begins today.  With the Scarlet Knights joining the Big Ten next year, this spring is a crucial preparation time. Coach Kyle Flood addressed some of the pending questions on everyone’s mind after the less than ideal performance during the fall. Coach Flood showed eagerness More...

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By Edward Kim On Thursday, March 20th, 2014

St. John’s Embarrasses Themselves on Carnesecca Arena Floor

Andrew Theodorakis/New York Daily News Two hours before the start of the game St. John’s announced freshman point guard Rysheed Jordan would be out due to tonsillitis.  The Red Storm and their roster depth had More...

By Jason Radowitz On Thursday, March 20th, 2014
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NCAA March Madness 2014: Picks, Predictions and Upset Alerts

It’s that time of the year. It only happens once a year, but when NCAA’s March Madness finally comes around, we skip school/work, skip eating, and watch our brackets, although most of the teams you picked More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Local NY/NJ Guide To The 2014 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament

With so many teams in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament you might think it’s too hard to follow the local teams and players that will be competing. Not so fast! Yesterday we provided you with our More...

Manhattan College - the 2014 MAAC champions - (Courtesy: Stockton Photo)
By Gregg Snyder On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
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Local NY/NJ Guide To The 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

March Madness is here. So many people around the country are filling out brackets as well speak, and will continue to do so until the 2nd Round tips off at noon EST on Thursday. With so many teams in the NCAA Men’s More...

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By Edward Kim On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
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St. John’s Needs To Be Ready For Robert Morris In The NIT

St. John’s season continues into March.  D’Angelo Harrison said it best. “It’s disappointing of course to not be in the NCAA tournament, but we have to have short-term memory…we got the No. 1 seed so More...

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By Edward Kim On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Associate Vice President for Athletics, Kathy Meehan

As part of Double G Sports 2014 Women’s History Month Interview Series, Associate Vice President for Athletics at St. John’s Kathy Meehan (BIO) was kind enough to answer a few questions.  Throughout her career More...

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By Christian Pierre-Louis On Saturday, March 15th, 2014

SHU Pirates Lose to Providence Friars, but have a Hopeful Future

The Seton Hall University Pirates came up short Friday night and they lost to the Providence College Friars 80-74. Providence will be advancing to the BIG EAST tournament final to face Doug McDermott and the Creighton More...

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By Edward Kim On Friday, March 14th, 2014

Too Little Too Late For St. John’s Against Providence

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports No doubt this was the biggest game of the year based on magnitude and impact.  St. John’s had hustled to claw back into relevance and was tasting victory.  Although the Big East More...

Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard has his team in the Big East Tournament Semi-Finals. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
By Christian Pierre-Louis On Friday, March 14th, 2014

Seton Hall Looking To Continue Historic Run Through Big East Tournament, Meets Providence in Semi’s

The Seton Hall Pirates found themselves down 63-62 with just over three seconds to go. Playing in just his second BIG EAST Tournament game, sophomore Sterling Gibbs took the inbound pass; sized up his defender and More...