The Red Storm women’s soccer team (4-3-o) picked up their second-straight road victory in the 2-1 overtime thriller over Columbia University on Sunday. Junior defender Sandra Osborn tallied her first career goal, which was also the game-winning goal at the 100th minute with a penalty kick.
This is the final non-conference game for the ladies, who now look to take their place as one of the top teams in the BIG EAST Conference. Recording the first goal for St. John’s was junior midfielder Amy Marron. Freshman keeper Ellen Conway made four saves in the cage, keeping a very dangerous Columbia team at bay until the game-winner by Osborn.
The St. John’s women’s golf team stormed to a to a four-stroke lead after round one of the Tignanelli Towson Invitational, shooting 305(+17). Senior Jennifer Neville led the way for the Red Storm, shooting a 74(+2) to put her in a two-way tie for the lead heading into Monday’s final round.
St. John’s men’s golf was tested by the links of the Ocean Course, which was named by Golf Digest as the toughest in the country. Senior Jeremy Quinn and sophomore Dylan Crowley led the way for the Red Storm, each carding 78(+6) to start the fall season.
The University’s athletics department announced on Friday that legendary basketball coach Lou Carnesecca and baseball coach Jack Kaiser will be apart of the St. John’s Dribble for the Cure to be held on September 22.
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- St. John’s University: Red Storm News and Notes 8/18/12 (1495sports.com)