The Torch

St. John’s Falls To Marquette 3-1, In Milwaukee

Samuel Dieudonne, Contributing Writer

November 12, 2014

The Red Storm fell short of recording a comeback victory on the road against Marquette on Friday night, losing a highly-contested match to the Golden Eagles by a score of 3-1 (19-25, 21-25, 26-24, 24-26). The narrow defeat means...

Interview with Ian Stone: Q&A

Anthony Scianna, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Born and raised in England, what do you see as the major differences between U.S. soccer and U.K. soccer?   Football in the U.K. takes up over 10 pages in the newspapers. It’s on all the TVs and you can’t escape...

Men’s Soccer Falls on Senior Night, Ends Disappointing Season

Troy Mauriello, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

It would not be a storybook ending for the five seniors on the St. John’s men’s soccer team in their final game at Belson Stadium, as the Red Storm fell 1-0 to their tri-state rival Seton Hall on Thursday night.   The...

St. John’s Tops St. Thomas 97-71 in exhibition match

November 12, 2014

St. John’s finishes its preseason exhibition matchup by defeating St. Thomas Aquinas 97-71 in Carnesecca Arena last Saturday afternoon. With center Chris Obekpa inactive due to a slight sprain ankle, five players reached double-figures...

DePaul Women’s Soccer wins Big East Tournament in Belson Stadium

November 12, 2014

The top seeded DePaul Blue Demons celebrated in the campus of St. John’s University after defeating the second seed Georgetown Hoyes 2-0 to claim its first Big East women’s soccer championship last Sunday afternoon. On...

Tim Parker

Brandon Mauk, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Senior Tim Parker has been one of the best players in the history of the men’s soccer program at St. John’s University. During the defender’s four seasons here, the team enjoyed a consistent amount of success. They won the...

2014 Big East Defensive Player of Year: Kearney-Perry

Allan Christopher Gomez, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

It was just four years ago when senior D/M Georgia Kearney-Perry suffered a season ending injury against then No. 4 Virginia (Aug. 28) causing her to miss the rest of her freshman year. Everything was new for Kearney-Perry,...

Indie Shuffle:from Cali back to Cape Town

Alexa Vagelatos, Opinion Editor

November 12, 2014

After a quarter-life crisis and a vision of corporate life keeping him as a “monkey in a cubicle,” Jason Grishkoff decided fairly quickly that that wasn’t quite the life for him. The South African-native with a British-influenced...

A day at the races: the New York Marathon

Kyle Fitzgerald, Features Editor

November 6, 2014

24 miles down. Just 2.2 more to go. Thousands upon thousands of runners had this very thought as they passed that ‘Mile 24’ threshold in Central Park East this past Sunday. Just 2.2 to go, and they would finally complete the 2014 TCS New York Marathon, and w...

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