Tag Archive | Bishop Loughlin

St. John’s Men’s Basketball set to take on Butler, while Duo earn Award from BIG EAST Conference

 Victorious in each of its last six games and seven of its last eight overall, the St. John’s Men’s Basketball team will look to continue its winning ways on Tuesday when it travels to Indianapolis for a 9 p.m. contest with Butler. The game will be broadcast live nationally on FS1 with Joe Davis and […]

St. John’s Men’s Basketball Heads to No. 25/RV Connecticut for MLK Day Matchup

Following a 1-1 week at home, the St. John’s Men’s Basketball team will hit the road for a Monday afternoon meeting with No. 25/RV Connecticut. Tip-off from Gampel Pavilion is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. on FOX and 970 AM WNYM. Brian Custer and Donny Marshall will handle the broadcasting duties on television while John Minko […]

St. John’s Men’s Basketball: Champagnie, Figueroa Take Home All-Met Honors

The St. John’s men’s basketball team saw two of its student-athletes earn recognition from the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association on Tuesday morning, as Julian Champagnie was named the All-Met Rookie of the Year and LJ Figueroa found a place on the All-Met Third Team. Champagnie becomes the 13th player in St. John’s history and the […]

St. John’s Squares Off with Marquette on Saturday at MSG

The St. John’s men’s basketball team will look to end the 2019-20 regular season with its second straight home win when it welcomes Marquette to Madison Square Garden for a Saturday Matinee. Tip-off is set for 12 p.m. and will be broadcast live nationally on FSN with Brian Custer and Len Elmore on the call. […]

St. John’s Falls to Butler, 77-55

Leading by one at the half, the St. John’s men’s basketball team struggled to keep pace in the latter stanza, falling to Butler, 77-55, at Hinkle Fieldhouse. After shooting 41.9 percent from the floor and 57.1 percent from three in the first half, the Red Storm (15-15, 4-13 BIG EAST) sank just 31.0 percent of […]

Georgetown Erases Lead, Tops St. John’s, 73-72

Georgetown led just once in the second half, but it was on the only possession that mattered, as an Omer Yurtseven layup with 10 seconds remaining sealed a 73-72 win for the Hoyas at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. The 73-72 advantage was the first for Georgetown (13-9, 3-6 BIG EAST) since leading 20-19 with […]