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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...

Making their mark in class and on the playing fields and courts, St. John's University's student-athletes strive for academic and athletic excellence. We invite you to meet five who share their experiences, in their own words.

On a night dedicated to honoring survivors, remembering victims and saving lives, St. John’s University’s student-run, eighth annual Relay for Life raised a record-breaking $105,130...

The St. John’s women’s basketball team made history this week when two players became the Red Storm’s first WNBA draft picks.

Nadirah McKenith ’13CPS and Shenneika...

For the fourth-straight year, the St. John’s women’s basketball team has earned an at-large bid to compete in the NCAA Tournament, according to the Selection Committee’s March...

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