St. John’s concludes frustrating regular season in typical fashion

St. John’s concludes frustrating regular season in typical fashion

Brandon Mauk, Digital Sports Manager
March 9, 2016
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

The hardest part is finally over. The Chris Mullin rebuilding project at St. John’s concluded its brutal regular first season with a 90-76 loss to Providence on Saturday at Madison Square Garden, which kept with the year-long narrative for the Red Storm. As in most of their Big East schedule,... Read more »

WBB: St. John’s loses second straight to No. 23/21 DePaul

Katherine Acquavella, Staff Writer
February 3, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

In a battle between two Big East title contenders, St. John’s fell to No. 23/21 DePaul, 77-71. Both teams were hoping for a bounce-back win as DePaul (17-7, 9-2) was coming off an 83-74 home loss to Seton Hall while St. John’s (16-6, 7-4) was coming off a 67-64 road loss to Marquette. Junior J... Read more »

WBB: Marquette squeaks by SJU

Dylan Hornik, Staff Writer
February 3, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

Talk about a taste of your own medicine. Unable to hang their hat on a usually dominant inside game, the St. John’s University women’s basketball team dropped a close one to the Marquette Golden Eagles, 67-64, Friday night at the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee. After setting consecutive se... Read more »

St. John’s loses again, crushed by the Hall

St. John’s loses again, crushed by the Hall

Carmine Carcieri, Assistant Sports Editor
February 3, 2016
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

With a chance to pull off an upset against their rival and earn their first win since mid-December, the St. John’s men’s basketball team took a trip across the Hudson River to face the Seton Hall Pirates on Wednesday night. The end result was not what the Johnnies hoped for as the Pirates dominate... Read more »

Johnnies Falls to 0-3 in Conference Play

Carmine Carcieri, Assistant Sports Editor
January 11, 2016
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

With the Big East schedule in full swing, the St. John’s men’s basketball team was looking to avoid an 0-3 start against the 10th ranked Xavier Musketeers at Carnesecca Arena on Wednesday night. Instead, the Johnnies were defeated, 74-66, in a game that was much closer than the score indicated an... Read more »

St. John’s losing streak reaches five against No. 12 Providence

Carmine Carcieri, Assistant Sports Editor
January 7, 2016
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

After losing four games in a row, including a 10-point loss at home against Creighton to tip-off the Big East slate, the St. John’s men’s basketball team took the trip to Providence on Saturday, where they were defeated by the 12th ranked Friars, 83-65, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. “That’s a really, re... Read more »

Mullin Reaffirms Plan At Big East Media Day

Mullin Reaffirms Plan At Big East Media Day

Brandon Mauk, Digital Sports Manager
October 21, 2015
Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports

Just like the good old days, Chris Mullin was the biggest draw at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday. He wasn’t there to talk about the good old days, though. He was all about business in his first season at his second go-around at St. John’s. The St. John’s legend made his first appearance at Bi... Read more »

Big East schools gather at the garden for networking event

Livia Paula, Assitant Features Editor
March 25, 2015
Filed under News

The Big East Conference held its career-networking event on March 13 at Madison Square Garden. Students from St. John’s, Seton Hall, Georgetown, DePaul, Butler, Marquette, Providence College, Villanova, Xavier and Creighton participated in the event. Students had the opportunity to speak with 40... Read more »

SJU Breezes past Seawolves

SJU Breezes past Seawolves

Kyle Fitzgerald, Online Editor
September 11, 2013
Filed under Volleyball

St. John’s blitzed past Stony Brook in a straight sets victory on Tuesday night. The Red Storm (5-3) handily took care of the Seawolves (3-5) in the first two sets, but had to mount a comeback late in the third set to clinch the victory in just over an hour of play. Backed by a strong performance... Read more »

Storm to open Big East season at Xavier

Kieran Lynch, Editor-in-Chief
September 11, 2013
Filed under Men's Basketball

The St. John’s men’s basketball team will start the new Big East era with its first conference game on New Year’s Eve and will end its regular season with a “protected rivalry” game against Marquette in March, according to the conference schedule that was released last Thursday. The schedule... Read more »

V.P. of Institutional Adv. Robert Wile Leads in Salary

V.P. of Institutional Adv. Robert Wile Leads in Salary

Nicole Valente, Managing Editor, Emeritus
April 10, 2013
Filed under Home Scroll, News, On campus

Robert Wile, in his role as senior Vice President of institutional advancement and chief of staff to the president, was compensated significantly more than administrators in comparable roles in seven other Catholic schools, a Torch investigation found. In 2010, the last year for which tax statements... Read more »

Report: ‘Catholic 7’ Will Take Big East Name

Matthew Wolfson, Assistant Sports Editor
March 6, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports

The Catholic 7—the seven schools in the Big East that plan to break off and form their own conference—have planned to add two more universities, and keep the Big East name, according to ESPN. Butler University and Xavier University will be the eighth and ninth teams added to the conference, and... Read more »