(Red Bulls Head Coach Jesse Marsch and Sporting Director Denis Hamlett – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Red Bulls have announced their roster decisions following the conclusion of the 2017 season. The club has exercised contract options on eight players and declined the options of 10.
The Red Bulls have exercised options on Sacha Kljestan, Connor Lade, Aaron Long, Danny Royer, Sean Davis, Derrick Etienne, Jr., and Evan Louro.
Continue reading Red Bulls Roster Options For 2018
(Photo by Jason Schott)
Seton Hall got a big victory on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden, as they scored 50 points in the second half to beat #22 Texas Tech in the Under Armour Reunion.
Seton Hall was led by senior Desi Rodriguez, who put up 24 points, including 14 in the second half, on 7-16 shooting, including 3-6 from behind the arc, with seven rebounds and four assists.
Continue reading Seton Hall Uses Big Second Half To Win At Under Armour Reunion
(St. John’s Head Coach Chris Mullin – Photo by Jason Schott)
St. John’s came away with a 46-43 victory over UCF in the third-place game of the Advocare Invitational on Sunday, leaving Florida with a pair of wins.
The Red Storm improved to 6-1 with the victory, while UCF, who was picked to finish third in the American Athletic Conference, fell to 4-2.
Continue reading St. John’s Continues Momentum in Advocare Invitational
The Man Who Made The Movies: The Meteoric Rise And Tragic Fall Of William Fox
By Vanda Krefft
Harper Collins, on sale November 28th, $40.00
The FOX movie studio and its offspring, the FOX television network and its sports and news coverage, can trace its origins back to the early 1900s and its founder, William Fox.
Fox was a fascinating, flawed, and brilliant man who risked everything to realize his bold dream of a Hollywood empire.
Continue reading BrooklynFans Of Books: The Man Who Made The Movies
(The student section at Carnesecca Arena on Monday night – Photo by Jason Schott)
St. John’s rolled past Molloy 71-43 on Monday night at Carnesecca Arena to improve to 4-0 on the season.
Shamorie Ponds and Bashir Ahmed had 14 points each to lead the Red Storm.
Continue reading St. John’s Stays Undefeated, Mauls Molloy
(Bradley Wright-Phillips after scoring a goal this season – @NewYorkRedBulls)
The Red Bulls announced their 2017 team awards, led by Bradley Wright-Phillips being named the team’s MVP.
Aaron Long was honored as the Defender of the Year honors, Michael Amir Murillo received Newcomer of the Year, and Luis Robles was redognized for his charity work with the Humanitarian of the Year award.
Continue reading Red Bulls 2017 Season Awards
(Providence taking on Saint Louis – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Providence Friars rolled to a 90-63 victory over the Saint Louis Billikens to win the 2K Classic on Friday night at Madison Square Garden.
They beat Washington on Thursday night, 77-70, in the semifinal to reach the championship game.
Providence was led by Rodney Bullock, who had 15 points on 4-6 from the field, including two threes, with three rebounds and three assists.
Continue reading Providence Routs Saint Louis To Win 2K Classic
St. John’s got a statement win early in this young season as they routed Nebraska, 79-56, on Thursday night in The Gavitt Tipoff Games at Carnesecca Arena.
The Red Storm improved to 3-0 for the second time in three years. The Huskers suffered their first loss of the year and dropped to 2-1.
Continue reading St. John’s Gets Statement Win
(Chris Mullin imparting wisdom to Justin Simon – Photo by Jason Schott)
St. John’s improved to 2-0 on Tuesday night with a dominant 80-55 win over Central Connecticut State at Carnesecca Arena.
Shamorie Ponds led the Red Storm with 21 points, including 5-11 from the field, 1-5 on three-pointers, and 10-12 from the free-throw line, with nine rebounds and four assists.
Continue reading St. John’s Crushes Central Connecticut
Marcus LoVett has been named to the season’s first Big East Weekly Honor Roll after leading the Red Storm to victory in its season opener on Friday night, 77-61 over New Orleans at Carnesecca Arena,
The redshirt sophomore kicked off the campaign with a bang, as he scored a game-high 23 points on 7-of-14 shooting, including a 5-for-10 effort from beyond the arc.
Continue reading LoVett Named to First Big East Weekly Honor Roll of Season