Photo Credit: Nick Bello (nbello8)
Talent. Experience. Resilience. These were all words to describe St. John’s in their fourth season under head coach Chris Mullin. A team who’s best player was voted to be the Big East Preseason Player of the Year, surrounded by newfound talent. It was the perfect storm that turned out to be a dark cloud hanging over Queens.
Continue reading “For St. John’s, it’s all up to Shamorie Ponds”
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.
Continue reading “Cavanagh’s Column: Some Thoughts as Conference Play Looms”
Some great shots from the Red Storm’s 89-74 win over Princeton at Madison Square Garden on December 9, 2018 courtesy of Nick Bello.
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Seton Hall’s “core four” departed at the end of this past season. With Desi Rodriquez, Angel Delgado, Khadeen Carrington and Ish Sanogo graduating, Pirates fans were looking for answers as to who would be the future of Seton Hall basketball.
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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”