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The Doubleheader: Spring Sports are Right Around the Corner

The Doubleheader: Spring Sports are Right Around the Corner

Derrell Bouknight, Sports Editor

February 8, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Lacrosse, Softball, Sports, Tennis, Track & Field, Women's Tennis

When the bitterness of winter finally leaves the and the crisp spring air makes its way into the March sky, many things around campus will be different than they are now. The Big East basketball tournaments will come and go, and winter sports will make room for their spring counterparts. The baseb...

Red Storm Roundup: Baseball, softball roll to weekend sweeps

John Cavanagh, Contributing Writer

March 29, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Lacrosse, Men's Tennis, Softball, Sports, Sports Scroll, Tennis, Women's Tennis

Men’s Tennis Wins First Big East Matchup of the Season St. John’s men’s tennis beat the Georgetown Hoyas 4-0 Friday morning at the National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. It was a big win for the Red Storm, snapping a four game losing streak coming into this pivotal Big East matchup....

Red Storm Roundup: Big wins at home for men’s, women’s soccer

Red Storm Roundup: Big wins at home for men’s, women’s soccer

Nick McCreven, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016


Filed under Men's Soccer, Men's Tennis, Sports, Sports Scroll, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, Women's Soccer

NCAA Men's Soccer (10/15): St. John's 2, Butler 1 The Red Storm men’s soccer team took on No. 11/14 Butler on Saturday at Belson Stadium and came away with a 2-1 victory. Alistair Johnston scored St. John’s first goal in the 37th minute assisted by Mauricio Rivas. Butler fired back in the 64th minute with a...

Men’s tennis wins second straight Big East Tourney title

Men’s tennis wins second straight Big East Tourney title

Carmine Carcieri, Staff Writer

April 29, 2015


Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Tennis, Women's Tennis

The St. John’s men and women’s tennis teams both finished out their regular seasons with impressive three game winning streaks that helped them gain momentum for a huge event in Indianapolis this past weekend: the Big East Tournament. Head coach Eric Rebhuhn’s teams kept their confidence going...

Tennis coach has taken on challenging, but familiar role

Tennis coach has taken on challenging, but familiar role

Wilson Sy, Staff Writer

April 21, 2015


Filed under Home Scroll, Men's Tennis, Sports, Tennis

The St. John’s tennis program was in need of a women’s tennis coach before the season. Instead of looking outside for a  new head coach, they looked within. When the season started, Eric Rebhuhn was the head coach of the men’s tennis team. Rebhuhn spent four seasons as head coach of both the...

Tennis Teams Start Off Strong In 2015

Samuel Dieudonne, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015


Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Tennis

The St. John’s men’s tennis team has won their first two games of the year.  The Red Storm ranked no. 74 took on Georgetown and Wagner at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Friday, Feb. 10 and came away with two wins.  St. John’s defeated Georgetown 6-1 and Wagner 6-0. Freshman Elio...

Women’s tennis splits weekend set, heads into final game on high note

Aisha Quiñones, Staff Writer

April 17, 2014


Filed under Sports, Tennis

During Friday’s match against fellow Big East opponent Seton Hall, the St. John’s women’s tennis team deemed themselves victorious with a tight 4-3 win at home. While coming close to grabbing the doubles point, the Johnnies stormed back in the midst of going on an aggressive rally by winning four...

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Aisha Quiñones, Staff Writer

April 9, 2014


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The No. 62 seeded St. John’s men’s tennis team took on No. 32 Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa over the weekend, losing to the Bulldogs 4-2. “Not tougher, just a game that could’ve went either way,” St. John’s head coach Eric Rebhuhn said. “It was very, very close.” As far as...

Freshmen adapting to States

Dane Holt, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2014


Filed under Sports, Sports Scroll, Tennis

The women’s tennis team has been on a tear lately winning four straight with a season record of 5-1. I had the opportunity to speak with Khrystyna Pavlyuk, Anna Morozova, and Nastya Polyakova some of the international players on their success this year and how they have adapted to New York and American...

Valentine’s day victory

Aisha Quinones, Staff Writer

February 17, 2014


Filed under Sports, Sports Scroll, Tennis

The St. John’s women’s tennis team found themselves victorious against LIU Brooklyn with a 6-1 win on Feb. 14th which marked their third consecutive win to improve to 4-1 overall in the season. A distinctive start for the Red Storm, their best since winning six straight dating back to their 2003...

Women’s tennis stays hot against UConn

Aisha Quinones, Staff Writer

February 17, 2014


Filed under Sports, Sports Scroll, Tennis

The St. John’s women’s tennis team kept their winning streak as they beat UConn, to rack in their fourth straight victory and move on to an overall record of 5-1 to start off the season. With senior, Yanita Arnaudova, lifting the Red Storm to the 6-1 win with a 6-3, 6-1 clinching defeat over UConn’s...

Men lose, women win this weekend

Jon Perez, Sports Editor

January 30, 2014


Filed under Sports, Tennis

After narrowly up-ending William & Mary on Saturday, the St. John’s men’s tennis team was defeated by Penn State 7-0 in Happy Valley on Sunday. Sophomores R.J. Del Nunzio, Lucas Hejhal and freshman Robert Livi each lost their singles matches at the No. 1, 3 and 4 slots, respectively. Saturday hero...

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