St. John’s

Is this really progress for St. John’s?

St. John’s sweated until the bitter end. When they heard they were the 68th team to round out the field of 68 in the NCAA tournament on Sunday, it was party time.It was amusing to see St. John’s celebrate their play-in appearance.…

No easy night in Big East

In Big East play Wednesday night, Xavier edged Seton Hall 70-69 at Prudential Center, St. John’s took a 78-59 road loss to Providence and Villanova lost two in a row and three of four by losing to Georgetown 85-73. Seton Hall fans, St.…

Signature win to savor for St. John’s

When we look back at St. John’s success few months from now, there’s no question we will look back at what happened in the second half on Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden. When we look back at St. John’s one day being a rival to…

This next stretch defines Mullin’s tenure

If anyone thought St. John’s would cruise all season long, that was unrealistic. The Big East teams are a tad different than the nonconference creampuffs they play every year. St. John’s fans knew it, and even the St. John’s players and…

Maybe St. John’s has the goods to be good

Here’s a stat that stands out in the St. John’s Red Storm’s 84-65 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights Friday night at Rutgers Athletic Center: Shamorie Ponds had only eight points for St. John’s in this contest. It would have been a…

Boston has it better than New York

The Boston Red Sox had their championship parade Wednesday in Boston. They were celebrated for winning their fourth World Series championship in the last 15 years. Overall, it’s Boston’s 11th pro sports title since 2001. The New England…