Rick Pitino lands his second four-star commit in the past week
The Red Storm schedule looks primed to put fans in the seats
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The Rick Pitino era begins with an on-campus game versus a rebuilding Seawolves team
The former assistant coach returns to his alma mater to oversee NIL activities
The All-Ivy Leaguer slots as a starting power forward for the Red Storm, one who brings physicality and ball-hawking hustle
Less than two months after his hiring, Rick Pitino has brought 11 new players to Queens
The Hall of Fame coach has a challenge, bringing so many newcomers together
The Pitino-watch is done
Will the legal kerfuffle have ramifications on the next hire? Likely not.
The Red Storm gets a second crack at a Marquette team that they almost upended last weekend.
The Red Storm faces a squad that split the regular season series.
Soriano, Storr were picked as standouts from the Johnnies.
The Johnnies close out their regular season with a road game at the top team in the conference.
The Red Storm look to sweep the season series against the #18-ranked Huskies.
The Johnnies look to sweep Georgetown as they go on the road.
The Red Storm head to Chicago, where the Blue Demons - who love to run and have given St. John’s some trouble in the past - await.
Kolby King and Posh Alexander defense disrupts Friars; free throws make the difference
St. John’s comes off of a close-but-no-cigar game to celebrate Johnnies Day in Madison Square Garden
Soriano struggles, Red Storm cannot compensate. Team defense is inconsistent; Alexander provides uplift
The Red Storm host the Pirates and look to split the season series.
Addae-Wusu’s steadiness & shooting and Storr’s emergence bring hope to inconsistent Johnnies
The Red Storm look to beat a struggling Georgetown team at the Garden.
The Red Storm look to bounce back from a tough loss against the Bluejays.
St. John’s welcomes a vulnerable Villanova team to Madison Square Garden. What could go wrong?
The Johnnies go on the road to play a Top 10 Huskies squad.
The Red Storm return to the friendly Queens confines, hoping a little Carnesecca magic will help them top visiting Butler.
St. John’s looks to stop their losing streak against a very hot Providence team.
Addae-Wusu steps up, Soriano keeps steady, but the team does not adjust to Marquette in second half, gets blitzed.