Category: St. John’s

Cavanagh’s Column: Some Thoughts as Conference Play Looms

It’s Dec. 19, and conference play is just 10 days away. We’ve learned a lot so far from the non-conference portion of the schedule, with plenty more to learn in the coming weeks. However, I have some questions and comments about what I’ve seen so far from the Big East.

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A Brooklyn Homecoming

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Shamorie Ponds warms up before the Legends Classic championship game at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo/Nick Bello)

Just 13 miles away from the St. John’s campus and on the intersection of Flatbush Ave and Atlantic Ave sits the Barclays Center, the site of this week’s Legends Classic. The 19,000-seat arena served as a theatre for Brooklyn native Chris Mullin and the St. John’s Red Storm who put on two performances by defeating Cal on Monday night and narrowly defeating VCU to win the tournament on Tuesday.

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St. John’s: The Start of Something New

Tuesday night in Queens was a celebration of sort as St. John’s took on Loyola Maryland in their home opener at Carnesecca Arena. After a long wait, Red Storm fans finally got to see one of the most talented teams in the Big East in action. Continue reading “St. John’s: The Start of Something New”

A Quick Q&A with John Fanta

John Fanta lives and breathes Big East Basketball. He’s been a commentator for the Big East Digital Network the past few years. Just recently, he announced he’ll be starting a new job as a commentator for Fox Sports 1 and do play-by-play for five games this season.

Today, we got the chance to ask the expert a few burning questions that surround the conference.  Continue reading “A Quick Q&A with John Fanta”