Home for the holidays.
Play-by-play announcer at St. Francis College, calling pretty much any sport under the sun there. Former voice of St. John's baseball, but still a college basketball writer when I'm not behind the microphone. Still a Miami Dolphins fan too despite never hearing the end of it here in New York.
Quotes, takeaways and nuggets from @STJ_WBasketball's double OT loss to Dayton in their NCAA Tournament opener...#stjwbb
St. John's has replaced a 9-9 start with wins in six of their last seven, vaulting Joe Tartamella's team to the cusp of a Big East tournament double bye and fourth consecutive trip to the Big Dance.
After righting the ship with three straight conference wins following a lackluster start to the year, the Lady Johnnies dropped two in a row with the heart of the Big East schedule coming up.
St. John's pulled out all the stops with a short bench against a formidable Delaware opponent, but fell in heartbreaking fashion on a game-winning basket by Elena Delle Donne in the final second of overtime to fall to 6-6 on the season.
Latest reports indicate the basketball schools in the Big East might be able to form their new league in time for the 2014-15 season.
The Red Storm draw former assistant coach Glenn Braica and his Terriers for their Barclays Center debut, and the Rumble gives you a closer look at what the pride of Brooklyn brings to the court.
St. John's senior guard Eugeneia McPherson tore her ACL in Sunday's win over Hartford and will miss the remainder of the 2012-13 season.
The Gaels make the trip down the New England Thruway into Queens for the first time since nearly upsetting the Red Storm in the 2008 WNIT. The in-depth scouting report, on the Rumble.
The Red Storm move to 2-1 on the season, giving head coach Joe Tartamella the win in his first home opener at the helm of the Lady Johnnies.
The Red Storm return from Florida looking to avenge a loss to a local rival built in their own image.
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