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The St. John’s men’s basketball team will kick off the 2019 NCAA Tournament on Wednesday night in Dayton, Ohio, taking on Arizona State in the First Four at UD Arena. The contest will be broadcast live on truTV with tip-off tentatively scheduled for 9:10 p.m. and Spero Dedes, Jim Jackson, Steven Smith and Ros Gold-Onwude […]
Having already defeated the No. 23 Golden Eagles twice this season, the St. John’s men’s basketball team failed to make it three in a row on Thursday night, falling to Marquette, 86-54, in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Tournament at Madison Square Garden. The Red Storm (21-12) trailed by just six with 15 minutes […]
Trailing by two with just over a minute to go, St. John’s saw a 3-pointer and a flurry of potential game-tying tip-ins narrowly miss their target, as Georgetown held on for an 89-78 victory at Madison Square Garden on Sunday afternoon. St. John’s (15-5, 3-5 BIG EAST) had trailed by as many as 10 in […]
It has been a rough stretch for the St. John’s Men’s Basketball team (10-8, 0-5 BIG EAST) who has the 33rd-toughest schedule in the nation. Three of St. John’s losses have come to teams rated in the RPI’s top six, including a neutral game versus Wisconsin (RPI No. 5, 16-2) and games at The Garden […]
1495 Sports is proud to bring these quotes regarding the future of the BIG EAST Conference: Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. Opening Statement: “I thank you for your interest in St. John’s and your obvious interest in the BIG EAST. Again I emphasize that I am only speaking for St. John’s, I am not […]
1495 Sports TV is proud to bring the following for fans of the St. John’s University men’s basketball team. Head Coach Steve Lavin speaks to the media about the Brooklyn Winter Hoops Festival and more at the Barclays Center:
1495 Sports is proud to bring this photo gallery of the Maggie Dixon Classic, as four of the women’s basketball‘s top teams were able to play on the floor of Madison Square Garden today. In the opener Rutgers defeated Louisiana Tech 73-46, in the second game #4 seeded Duke University defeated St. John’s 60-42.