Category Archives: St. John’s Red Storm

Athlete’s Voices: Amy Zimmer, Episode 1. St. John’s Volleyball has partnered with some local athlete’s to develop this great column titled, Athlete’s Voices. In this column, some of your favorite local athletes will share their lives with you, both on

Adonis Delarosa Stays at Home to Play for St. John’s

The St. John’s men’s basketball team has finally received some positive news this off season.  Adonis Delarosa, a 6-11′ 260-pound center from Christ the King in Queens, has verbally committed to play

St. John’s Sophomore Chris Obekpa to Transfer

6’9, 240 pound Sophomore Chris Obepka has decided transfer from St. John’s. After spending two years with the Red Storm and being an integral part of the rotation he will be looking

Frank Viola Goes Full Circle From St. John’s To The New York Mets

Frank Viola finished his 15-year MLB career in 1996 oddly enough with the Toronto Blue Jays.  He made his mark as a left handed starting pitcher with the Minnesota Twins where he

JaKarr Sampson Taking a Leap of Faith

St. John’s 6 foot 9 inch, 214 lbs. sophomore forward JaKarr Sampson announced Monday evening that he would be declaring for the 2014 NBA Draft.  He played in 66 games over 2

St. John’s Embarrasses Themselves on Carnesecca Arena Floor

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 enough firepower

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

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.

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

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

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

Rollercoaster Game Goes To St. John’s 91-90 in Double-Overtime

I’m exhausted after watching St. John’s take on Marquette in Milwaukee.  St. John’s would pull out the double overtime win over Marquette 91-90.  With the win St. John’s improves to 20-11, 10-8

Now or Never For St. John’s To Right The Ship Before Conference Tournament

It has been a difficult past few weeks for the St. John’s Red Storm men’s basketball team.  The month of February started promisingly with a string of six straight Big East victories but they