The Torch

Getting back on the right track

Bill San Antonio, Sports Editor and Bill San Antonio, Sports Editor

January 19, 2010

For much of the season, the St. John's men's basketball team has been led statistically by D.J. Kennedy and Paris Horne. But Sunday against DePaul, two other leaders emerged.Justin Burrell and Anthony Mason Jr., two players wit...

Storm snap DePaul’s home win streak

Mike Cunniff, Staff Writer and Mike Cunniff, Staff Writer

January 19, 2010

The St. John's women's basketball team won its second game in a row on Saturday, defeating the DePaul Blue Demons 68-51 on the road in Rosemont, Ill.With the win, the Red Storm improve to 3-2 in the Big East and 15-3 overall ...

They’re at the end of the line

Katie Beckmann, Staff Writer

November 19, 2009

The story remained the same for the St. John's women's soccer team during their 2009 season.They couldn't find the back of the net on offense and the defense of sophomore goalkeeper Kristin Russell and seniors Tara Mendoza, Nico...

Two free throws for the show

Katie Beckmann, Staff Writer

November 19, 2009

Down by one, with 6.2 seconds left in Tuesday's game against St. Bonaventure, the St. John's men's basketball team needed someone to step up and be a hero.After the Bonnies overcame a 7-poin deficit, junior point guard Malik Bo...

Right on the money

Mike Cunniff, Staff Writer and Mike Cunniff, Staff Writer

November 19, 2009

The St. John's men's soccer team has had a reputation as a tough defensive team all year long.In Sunday's Big East Tournament championship game, the Red Storm lived up to that reputation.St. John's held Notre Dame scoreless durin...

An Interview of Honorable Mention

Kristen Farmer, Contributing Writer and Kristen Farmer, Contributing Writer

November 17, 2009

Inferno had the opportunity to sit down with the band before their performance. We got to speak to them about their beginning as a band, their new music video, and about life on the road.Inferno: How'd you guys get your start ...

Late start in net paying dividends for Carillo

Katie Beckman, Staff Writer and KATIE BECKMANN, Staff Writer

September 22, 2009

Derby Carrillo isn't your ordinary goalkeeper.The 6-4 California native, who wears the No. 13 jersey, is a starting Division I goalkeeper who began playing the position right before his senior year of high school."I started pla...

Two more not enough for Storm, Pirates

Chris Harris, Staff Writer and CHRIS HARRIS, Staff Writer

September 22, 2009

Seven minutes into the first overtime period Sunday, Nelson Becerra sent a pass behind the Seton Hall defense, creating a one-on-one for Sverre Wegge Gundhus. Gundus dribbled into the box, where he was met head-on by Pirates ...

Mason, Jr.’s True Life offers nothing Storm fans don’t already know

Bill San Antonio, Sports Editor and Bill San Antonio

September 22, 2009

When the men's basketball team announced that Anthony Mason, Jr. would undergo season-ending foot surgery last November, the news came with one very enticing detail.Throughout his rehabilitation, Mase would be followed by MTV...

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