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St. John's basketball player about to dunk the ball
Current squad becomes first St. John’s team since 1990-91 to start a season 8-0 or better
Joe Tartamella
St. John's Director of Athletics Mike Cragg announced on Monday that Head Women's Basketball Coach Joe Tartamella has agreed to a contract extension through the 2023-24 season.
Shamorie Ponds
For the first time in more than two and a half decades, a St. John’s Men’s Basketball student-athlete has been named the BIG EAST Preseason Player of the year.
Mike Cragg
Today is a day that I have dreamed about for a long time. It is an honor to write this letter on my first official day serving as the Director of Athletics at St. John's University.
Professor Robert Romano
Catch Professor Robert Romano on the Stan Simpson show, as he uses his expertise in sport and entertainment law to weigh in on the UConn vs Kevin Ollie discussion.
Bobby Gempesaw and Mike Cragg holding a St. John's jersey with the number 7
St. John's introduced Mike Cragg as its seventh athletic director in program history on Tuesday in a press conference inside Carnesecca Arena.
September 17, 2018
Mike Cragg
On September 27, the University announced that Mike Cragg has been selected to lead the Red Storm Athletic Department.
August 31, 2018
BIG EAST Baseball Team holding sign after BIG EAST win
The St. John’s baseball team turned in another terrific season in 2018, going 40–17 and winning the latest in a long line of BIG EAST titles. The Red Storm’s BIG EAST Tournament championship marked the ninth title for the program—the most in conference history.
BIG EAST LOGO
Following tremendous campaigns on and off the playing field, three St. John’s teams have been awarded the BIG EAST Team Academic Excellence Award, given to the squads with the highest grade-point average (GPA) in the conference for their respective sports.
2018 St. John's Baseball Team holding BIG EAST sign
On the third and final day of the 2018 MLB Draft, five members of the St. John’s baseball program heard their names called by professional outfits, bringing the team’s total to six on the year and tying a school record.

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