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Poulin leads SJU out west

Poulin leads SJU out west

Kaylee Herndon, Staff Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Scroll, Women's Soccer

The St. John’s women’s soccer team suffered its first loss in the final game of the Nike Portland Invitational on September 11, losing to the Portland Pilots (4-1-2) 2-1. This ended the second-longest undefeated streak in school history with seven games. The seven-game winning streak to open the seas... Read more »

SJU Volleyball wins two in California

SJU Volleyball wins two in California

Nick McCreven, Staff Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

The St. John’s women’s volleyball team went on the road to play three matches in two days at the San Francisco Challenge. Friday, they faced off against San Francisco in their opening match and pulled in an impressive sweep victory (25-14, 25-17, 25-10). They came out strong setting their season... Read more »

Johnnies down Princeton, 3-1

Derrell Bouknight, Staff Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports, Sports Scroll

After falling to No. 6 Syracuse 3-2 in double overtime last Sunday, St. John’s head coach Dr. Dave Masur elected to start his youngest lineup to date on Thursday on the road against Princeton. The lineup included seven freshmen, two sophomores, one junior college transfer and one graduate student. Wi... Read more »

Additions have Mullin’s Red Storm rising rapidly

Carmine Carcieri, Co-Sports Editor
September 14, 2016
Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

We are less than two months away from the start of year two of the Chris Mullin era at St. John’s. The rebuilding process began in 2015-16 with an 8-24 overall record and a last place finish in the Big East Conference. The Red Storm were competitive throughout the season, but didn’t have the ex... Read more »

Red Storm runs through Rio

Troy Mauriello, Co-Sports Editor
September 14, 2016
Filed under Featured Athlete, fencing, Sports, Sports Scroll

While there was no shortage of red, white and blue on display at the 2016 Rio Olympics last month, St. John’s fans may have noticed an extra dose of former Red Storm talent succeeding in Brazil. Fencers Daryl Homer and Dagmara Wozniak, who each graduated from St. John’s in 2013, both returned h... Read more »

Reduce stress and cultivate mindfulness and self-compassion

Param Yonzon, Contributing Writer
September 8, 2016
Filed under Contributors, Sports

With the school year just starting, there are many students who will experience a great deal of stress. Not only will we have to deal with school work, but some of us have internships, extracurriculars, applications for grad schools,standardized tests, and on top of all that, our social lives to attend... Read more »

Women’s soccer stays undefeated on the road

Kaylee Herndon, Contributing Writer
September 7, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The St. John’s women’s soccer team continued their unbeaten campaign with victories in two away games this past week. The team defeated Yale 2-0 on Friday at Reese Stadium. They played Loyola Maryland to a tie of 1-1 on Sunday. Against Yale, the Johnnies were led by goals from both Samie Scaffidi and Clau... Read more »

DaSilva Field receives a summer makeover

DaSilva Field receives a summer makeover

Derrell Bouknight, Staff Writer
September 7, 2016
Filed under Lacrosse, Sports, Sports Scroll

The St. John's University lacrosse team won’t begin their 2017 campaign for another four months, but the excitement over a new addition to DaSilva Memorial Field already has the team and athletic personnel eager to begin the season. In August, the St. John’s Athletic Department announced and br... Read more »

Johnnies win home opener at Belson

Nick McCreven, Contributing Writer
September 7, 2016
Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports

In their first home match of the 2016 regular season, the St. John’s men’s soccer team came away with a 2-0 victory against Saint Peter’s at Belson Stadium. Michael Bernardi and Andrew Withers shared time in the net, while Alistair Johnston and Harry Cooksley each scored their first St. John’s... Read more »

A strong weekend for SJU women’s volleyball

A strong weekend for SJU women’s volleyball

Keisha Raymond, Staff Writer
September 7, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Scroll, Volleyball

The St John's women’s volleyball team continued their hot start to the season this weekend by winning the 2016 Jack Kaiser Volleyball Classic. The Red Storm are now 6-0 and off to their best start of the season since 2006. The team took advantage of having the tournament on their home court and... Read more »

Young SJU Men’s Soccer suffers defeat at ‘Cuse

Young SJU Men’s Soccer suffers defeat at ‘Cuse

Dylan Hornik, Staff Writer
September 7, 2016
Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports, Sports Scroll

With a young sports team, the hope is always for the future. For the St. John’s University men’s soccer team, though, the future might come sooner than expected. In a tightly contested match, the Johnnies were edged by 6th-ranked Syracuse University, 3-2 in double overtime. Jonathan Hagman sc... Read more »

Don’t Panik, Joe’s Home

Don’t Panik, Joe’s Home

Troy Mauriello and Carmine Carcieri
September 7, 2016
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Sports Scroll

Despite playing nearly 3,000 miles away from home, San Francisco Giants second baseman Joe Panik has never lost touch with his roots. The former St. John’s baseball star has achieved great success in only two plus MLB seasons, winning a World Series in 2014 and being named an All-Star reserve in ... Read more »

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