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After receiving votes in each of the last three weeks, the St. John’s women’s basketball team is now ranked in the Associated Press Poll for the first time this season.

Celebrating the achievements of women athletes within and beyond the University community, St. John’s will hold its 17th Annual Women in Sports Day festivities at the...

December 15, 2013
It’s showtime! A packed house of 5,308 fans came out to Carnesecca Arena for the Red Storm Tip-Off, celebrating the start of the college basketball season.
Team-building and camaraderie took center stage this summer when the Men’s Basketball team embarked on a two-week trip to Europe. With stops in France, Italy and Spain, the whirlwind tour allowed the team to build chemistry, participate in exhibition games against some of Europe’s top professional clubs and serve local communities.

The late Joe Lapchick holds a special place in St. John’s Men’s Basketball history. And through the generous efforts of alumnus Kevin Reed ’75C, this former head coach’s...

Anticipation was through the roof as alumni and Red Storm fans celebrated the upcoming season at An Evening with St. John’s Basketball, raising $200,000 in support of St. John’s...

In its first-ever NCAA Tournament victory, St. John’s women’s soccer advanced to the contest’s second round by upsetting the No. 9/16 University of Central Florida Knights for a 3-1 win in Orlando on Saturday, November 16.

In its first-ever NCAA Tournament victory, St. John’s women’s soccer advanced to the contest’s second round by upsetting the No. 9/16 University of Central Florida Knights for a...

Women’s athletics have come a long way since Title IX, and St. John’s University has certainly established its own rich tradition.

No one embodies St. John’s Baseball more than John W. “Jack” Kaiser ’49C. It’s no surprise, then, that alumni and friends gathered at the beautiful Garden City...

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