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St. John’s women’s run ends in NCAA Tournament loss to Auburn

St. John’s women’s run ends in NCAA Tournament loss to Auburn

Dylan Hornik, Staff Writer
March 21, 2016
Filed under Home Scroll, March Madness, Sports, Women's Basketball

One of the most fruitful seasons in St. John’s women’s basketball history came to an emotional end on Friday. Unable to overcome a massive deficit, the Red Storm fell to Auburn, 68-57, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The loss concludes an inspiring season that saw the team earn their fi... Read more »

Red Storm’s historic ride comes to “bittersweet” close

Stephen Zitolo, Sports Editor
November 18, 2015
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

All good things must come to an end. The most historic, and undeniably greatest season in St. John’s women’s soccer came to an end on Friday night. The Red Storm couldn’t hold off a late run by Boston University as they fell 2-1 in overtime at Belson Stadium in the first round of the NCAA ... Read more »

Going Dancin’: Johnnies to Host Terriers in NCAA Tournament

Stephen Zitolo, Sports Editor
November 11, 2015
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

0It definitely took longer than expected for the St. John’s women’s soccer team to hear their NCAA Tournament fate. After waiting 15 minutes longer than the rest of the nation’s teams due to the lack of Wi-Fi connection, the Red Storm heard the news they were awaiting: they were going dancing. “... Read more »

Rouse plays hero, fires Johnnies into NCAA second round

Mitchell Petit-Frere, Managing Editor
November 21, 2013
Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports

The St. John’s men’s soccer team paved its way into the second round of the NCAA tournament after a 98th minute golden goal from Jordan Rouse that gave the Red Storm a 2-1 win over Delaware Thursday night at Delaware Mini Stadium. It was the first NCAA tournament win for the Red Storm (11-6-2)... Read more »

Johnnies Exit Tourney Despite Heroic Double OT Effort

Johnnies Exit Tourney Despite Heroic Double OT Effort

Kyle Fitzgerald, Assistant Sports Editor
March 24, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Home Scroll, March Madness, Sports, Sports Scroll, Women's Basketball

St. John’s suffered a crushing 96-90 defeat to Dayton in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Tournament at Carnesecca Arena on Sunday that effectively ended their season. The game extended into two overtimes as the Red Storm (18-13, 11-5) overcame a 13 point deficit, but ran out of gas as the... Read more »

Johnnies Earn Home NCAA Tourney Game

Johnnies Earn Home NCAA Tourney Game

Kyle Fitzgerald, Staff Writer
March 20, 2013
Filed under Basketball, March Madness, Sports, Sports Scroll

The St. John’s women’s basketball team will be playing in its fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament after receiving an at-large bid. The No. 10 seeded Red Storm (18-12, 11-5) will face off against No. 7 seeded Dayton at Carnesecca Areana on March 24. The Johnnies finished the regular season with... Read more »

NCAA Hopes Hit Roadblock as Johnnies Fall to Pitt

NCAA Hopes Hit Roadblock as Johnnies Fall to Pitt

Kieran Lynch, Features Editor
February 24, 2013
Filed under Home Scroll, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

The St. John’s men’s basketball team is hoping do “to do something special come March,” as head coach Steve Lavin puts it time and again, but the NCAA tournament looked like a distant dream as the Red Storm (16-11, 8-7) fell to No. 20 Pittsburgh (21-7, 9-6) after a second half disappearance... Read more »

Pushing through adversity

Mitchell Petit-Frere, Sports Editor
February 13, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Editors, Opinion, Sports

Steve Lavin probably wanted the NYC media to focus on the positives that could be taken away from his team’s loss to Syracuse at the Carrier Dome this past Sunday. He’d want journalists to concentrate on how the young Johnnies stuck with a top-10 team in a hostile environment for a decent portion... Read more »

Not Quite March, but Our Time’s Now

Kieran Lynch, Features Editor
January 31, 2013
Filed under March Madness, Men's Basketball, Opinion

There was a point last basketball season when I was sitting at Madison Square Garden and thought to myself something along the lines of, ‘this program is headed in the right direction, but I may have seen all the big moments I was destined to see as a freshman in 2010-11.’ Now, it looks like I... Read more »

Johnnies are Dancing Again

Kieran Lynch, Staff Writer
March 14, 2012
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

The St. John’s women’s basketball team heard its name called on Selection Monday for the third straight year and will be heading to Norman, Okla. for a first round matchup against Creighton.   “It’s a great feeling and I’m really proud of the kids and the program for being able to... Read more »

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