Women’s Soccer Rolls Through First Week of Conference Play

Troy Mauriello, Staff Writer

October 1, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The St. John’s women’s soccer team started off Big East play with a bang this week. They shutout both Xavier and Creighton in a pair of tough road games for their first two conference wins.   The Red Storm first... Read more »

“Thank You Derek” Derek Jeter Retires

Stephen Zitolo, Sports Editor

October 1, 2014
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Sports Scroll

There hasn’t been a day in my life that Derek Jeter hasn’t been a New York Yankee. Being a true class act and having the uncanny ability to come through in the clutch have defined Jeter’s career.   Everyone in... Read more »

Softball Team Plays Hard in Tournament

Carmine Carcieri, Staff Writer

October 1, 2014
Filed under Softball, Sports

The St. John’s softball team continued their fall tournament at Red Storm Field this past Sunday with two wins over LIU Brooklyn and Manhattan. Three freshmen, Krystal Puga, Lauren Zink and McKenzie Murray, sparked the Johnnies... Read more »

Cross Country Finishes 15th At Iona Meet

Reza Moreno, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2014
Filed under Sports, Track & Field

The St. John’s cross country team came in 15th place at the Annual Br.  John Paddy Doyle/Iona College Meet of Champion this past Saturday, Sept. 20. Their overall score was 433 in the women’s championship 6K race at the Van... Read more »

NFL Scandals

Stephen Zitolo, Sports Editor

September 24, 2014
Filed under Football, Sports, Sports Scroll

The last few weeks for the National Football League have been a disaster to say the least. Three domestic violence scandals and a case of child abuse have made the NFL seem like it is running off the rails.  NFL Commissioner... Read more »

Towson Tiger Invitational

Julia Quadrino, Staff Writer

September 24, 2014
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

St. John’s finished the Towson Tiger Invitational at 2-1 this weekend in Maryland, leaving them at an 11-4 overall record before beginning Big East play this week. Fresh off of their sweep of La Salle at Carnesseca Arena,... Read more »

Sampson And Sanchez Sign NBA Contracts

Allan C. Gomez, Staff Writer

September 24, 2014
Filed under Basketball, Sports

After not hearing their names mentioned in the NBA draft, former St. John’s basketball players JaKarr Sampson and Orlando Sanchez have finally signed professional contracts. Former St. John’s standout JaKarr Sampson has... Read more »

Q & A With Izzi Batt-Doyle

Anthony Scianna, Staff Writer

September 24, 2014
Filed under Sports, Track & Field

Q: So you’re very new to the United States; what are your first impressions of this country? A: I am new, I’ve only been here for a month. So far, I really like America and I love St. John’s. My impressions... Read more »

Freshman Connors’ Goal Snaps Losing Streak

Brandon Mauk, Staff Writer

September 24, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

It’s been rough offensively for the St. John’s women’s soccer team so far this season, but they found a way to win against Stony Brook on Thursday. After scoring just two goals over the course of a four-game losing streak,... Read more »

St. John’s Mascot Johnny Thunderbird

Wilson Sy, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2014
Filed under Sports

The St. John’s mascot known as “Johnny Thunderbird” got its name just three years ago in 2009, when more than 11,000 students voted on the school’s athletic website RedStormSports.com to decide among... Read more »

Women’s Soccer Preview

Allan Christopher Gomez, Staff Writer

September 17, 2014
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The St. John’s women’s soccer team is coming in to 2014 with high expectations after a break out season last year finishing 12-6-3. The Johnnies reached the NCAA Tournament, which included a victory in the first round over... Read more »