Red Storm Sports, Clubs, and Intramurals for All
A founding member of the BIG EAST, St. John’s has a proud athletics history that dates back to 1907.
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Whether on campus or at Madison Square Garden, there is nothing like cheering for the Red Storm with your fellow Johnnies.
No matter your child’s level of play, St. John's summer sports camps can bring out the best in your MVP.
St. John's newest hospitality area for men's basketball games. The 1870 Court is reserved exclusively for St. John's alumni and friends, Red White Club members, season ticket holders, and the University community. Named in honor of the year that the University was founded.
The Intramural program at St. John’s University provides formal recreational sports opportunities to all students, faculty, staff and administrators by offering an opportunity for interesting and rewarding competition in men’s, women’s and co-rec activities. The program offers a variety of activities that the entire university community can participate in regardless of preference or athletic ability.
The University fields 17 NCAA, Division I teams, with many scholar-athletes going on to compete on professional and Olympic teams, or become leaders in New York City.
Dr. Stepan, a Chemistry major, played on the Men’s Soccer team under heralded coach David Masur ’03Ed.D., whom he considers a profound influence. “He constantly pushed us to our limits, and sometimes a little bit beyond,” Dr. Stepan explained. “That was instrumental in overcoming any difficulties I had with academics, and the lessons he taught served me well in my career. He definitely made me more resilient.”
Angela Saric had just pitched a no-hit shutout for the girls’ softball team at Indian Hills High School in Oakland, NJ, when opportunity knocked.
Frank Viola’s favorite baseball memory is of a game he pitched for St. John’s University during the 1981 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Northwest Regional Tournament against future New York Mets teammate Ron Darling—often dubbed the “Greatest College Baseball Game Ever Played.”
The landscape of college sports is ever-changing, be it the expansion of the transfer portal, league realignment, or the increasing value of personal brand. Nationwide, college athletics is experiencing a...
In the heart of midtown Manhattan, an exclusive cocktail reception was held for some of the most generous supporters of the St. John’s University Athletics Department to meet Rick Pitino, the new Men’s Basketball Head Coach and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer.