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When Anton Goff, St. John’s new Director of Athletics, came to the Queens campus this past December, he shared this prediction...
On Tuesday, St. John’s redshirt senior Sandra Udobi was named to the 2017 Allstate Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Good Works Team®.
The St. John’s Athletic Department honored more than 200 student-athletes in an on-court presentation during the men’s basketball game against Xavier at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Former St. John’s standout Rafael Diaz has signed a contract to join the New York Red Bulls for the upcoming MLS season, it was announced this morning by the organization.
Leading 50-48 with under three minutes to go in the fourth, the St. John’s women’s basketball team used a 10-0 run to take a 60-48 advantage with 17 seconds to play as the Johnnies pulled away from Providence, 60-50, at Carnesecca Arena Sunday afternoon.
Associate Vice President for St. John's Athletics and Senior Women Administrator Kathy Meehan will be honored as an Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Legend during halftime of the 2016 Madison Square Garden Holiday Festival matchup between St. John's and Penn State on Dec. 18.
Head Coach Jim Hurt and his Johnnies will host local athletes from Achilles International for morning practices once a week throughout the rest of the fall.
Twelve St. John’s teams achieved Graduation Success Rates (GSR) over the Division I national average, it was announced in the NCAA’s release of its annual report on Tuesday.
Praising his strong moral fiber and commitment to excellence, St. John’s officially welcomed Anton Goff as the University’s sixth Athletic Director (AD) on November 14 during a press conference at the University’s Queens, NY, campus.
A rising star in the collegiate administrative ranks with successful stints at a number of distinguished institutions, Anton Goff has been named the sixth Director of Athletics in the history of St. John’s University.

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