The Torch

Players Leave After Mullin Steps Down

Players Leave After Mullin Steps Down

Nick Bello, Sports Editor

April 17, 2019


Filed under Sports

When the St. John’s Red Storm was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament after losing to Arizona State in a first four game, many were confident that a Red Storm return next March could be possible with a solid core of players who were expected to return next season. That, however, was three weeks ago. Since th...

COURTSIDE: Speed Kills

COURTSIDE: Speed Kills

Nick McCreven, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

As the game of basketball evolves, players, coaches, analysts and spectators have noticed that players seem to be more and more athletic each year. Big men are expected to be quicker and more agile, and better shooters. Wings are supposed to be able to shoot, run the floor and guard multiple pos...

COURTSIDE: Ready for Action

COURTSIDE: Ready for Action

John Cavanagh, Staff Writer

November 9, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

The St. John’s Red Storm men’s basketball team finished last season at 14-19, six wins more than they had in Chris Mullin’s first year coaching the team. The Red Storm’s big step forward was due to the addition of guards Shamorie Ponds and Marcus Lovett. The two made up  one of the highest sc...

COURTSIDE: Free Transfer

COURTSIDE: Free Transfer

Kyle Suta, Contributing Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

This season, the Red Storm welcomes two more transfers in sophomore guard Mikey Dixon and sophomore forward Sedee Keita. Dixon left Quinnipiac after his freshman season to come to St. John’s. He said he sees his move to New York as both a challenge for himself and a step up from Quinnipiac. “...

Red Storm dominate in exhibition win over American International

Red Storm dominate in exhibition win over American International

Brendan Myers, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

Shamorie Ponds’ 21 points and  Marvin Clark II’s double-double fueled St. John’s to a comfortable 84-52 victory against Division II program American International College Wednesday night at Carnesecca Arena. St. John’s came out of the gates firing. They opened the game on a 10-0 run, igni...

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