St. John’s has its first Big East Tournament win in six years. The Red Storm took down Georgetown for the second time in as many weeks behind 17 points from freshman Shamorie Ponds, winning their opening-round contest with the Hoyas 74-73 Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. Continue reading “St. John’s Survives In Big East Tournament First Round”
St. John’s avenged its worst loss of league play with an 86-80 victory over Georgetown Saturday afternoon at Madison Square Garden. Continue reading “St. John’s Holds Off Georgetown As Ponds Nears Rookie Record”
St. John’s picked up its fifth Big East win of the season with an 86-72 victory over Marquette Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. Continue reading “St. John’s Hits Its Stride In Win Over Marquette”
We are now two weeks in the 2016 Big East conference season, so what have we learned? Continue reading “Big East Weekly Roundup: Jan. 12”
Four minutes remained during last night’s Xavier-St. John’s game, and for the first time, the upset the Red Storm had threatened to engineer was ready to become reality. The Musketeers, ranked tenth-nationally, had teetered throughout the Big East tilt, a combination of sloppy ball-handling, interior malaise, and plain being outworked by the Johnnies. Up one, Chris Mullin’s squad looked poised for its second upset of the season. Continue reading “Xavier 74, St. John’s 66: Three Thoughts”
NEW YORK, NY – St. John’s proved they are very much still a work in progress with a 63-56 win over St. Francis Brooklyn Sunday afternoon in the first game of the Holiday Festival doubleheader which marked head coach Chris Mullin’s return to Madison Square Garden.
Continue reading “Pieces Starting To Fit For St. John’s”