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A Winning Tradition

Start cheering for New York’s City's team. St. John’s storied athletic tradition dates back to 1907. The University fields 17 NCAA, Division I teams, with many players moving on to professional and Olympic teams, along with achieving career success.

Facts-At-A-Glance

203

Student-Athletes

9th

In All-Time NCAA Victories

Athletic Events

19
Feb

Lacrosse vs. Stony Brook

1:00 pm
DaSilva Memorial Field
25
Feb

Men's Basketball vs. Georgetown

12:00 pm
Madison Square Garden
26
Feb

Women's Basketball vs. Seton Hall

2:00 pm
Carnesecca Arena
01
Mar

Lacrosse vs. Saint Joseph's

3:00 pm
DaSilva Memorial Field

Red Storm Sports

Your source for up-to-the-minute scores, schedules, and information on every St. John’s team and athlete. 

Success at St. John's

“My internships, combined with my classroom education, gave me a huge head start when I launched my career. I’ve always been able to hit the ground running on the first day. Even being a woman in a male-dominated field has been no big deal because I’ve been well prepared and have proven I can do the job.”
Kathryn Smith ‘07
College of Professional Studies

Be a Witness to Greatness

Show your team spirit by rooting for the Red Storm in person. Whether on campus or at Madison Square Garden, there’s nothing like cheering for the Johnnies with other Johnnies.

Athletic News

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.
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Get Your Game On

Even if you’re not a Division I athlete, you can still compete at St. John’s. From traditional intramurals to structured club sport programs, the Recreational Sports Department provides our diverse campus community with a wide variety of activities.