Tag Archive | St. John’s University Athletics
An exclamation point punctuates the latest chapter in the long and storied rivalry between St. John’s and Georgetown, as Shamorie Ponds scored 37 points to lead the Red Storm past the Hoyas, 97-94, in overtime at Capital One Arena on Saturday afternoon. The Red Storm’s win marked the program’s first against Georgetown in the nation’s […]
An appearance in the NIT Season Tip-Off, games in the boroughs of Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn, a showdown against Syracuse at the Carrier Dome and a tilt with Duke at “The World’s Most Famous Arena” highlight the 2014-15 St. John’s men’s basketball schedule, which was unveiled today in conjunction with the release of the BIG […]
A lot of demons were lifted for the St. John’s Men’s Basketball team (17-9, 7-6 BIG EAST) 82-60 victory over Georgetown on Sunday. There will be no rest for the guys though as they will have to now concentrate on what is still a very competitive and tough Butler team on Tuesday, February 18. Having […]
January 4th 2014, it was a day that many members of the 2013-14 St. John’s Men’s Basketball team (16-9, 6-6 BIG EAST) will not forget, the guys did not find their game yet and suffered a 77-60 loss to Georgetown. Turn the calendar to February 16th and now the Red Storm are playing like a […]
The St. John’s women’s basketball team (9-6, 3-0 BIG EAST) stormed over the Pittsburgh Panthers (9-7, 0-3 BIG EAST) in the first conference game at Carnesecca Arena. Both the Red Storm and the Panthers were wearing green ribbons to honor those fallen after the Sandy Hook tragedy. The teams were also wearing ‘We Back Pat’ […]
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 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.