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When George Montilla was first introduced to Sovanny Ebbesen, his new volleyball coach at Lehman, he was immediately impressed. more
Jim Duffy has been around the game of baseball for quite a while now, first as a star player for Seton Hall University before turning to coaching with the Pirates in 2001. There was a Big East championship in that first season, and he also saw nine players from Seton Hall move on to professional baseball careers. more
Drew Kelleher’s 2017 recruiting class included 18 newcomers to the Manhattan men’s lacrosse program. more
For much of the past decade, the Mount Saint Vincent baseball team has not been what you’d call a success story ... more
The Manhattan College softball team has just completed a doubleheader sweep of Hartford at Gaelic Park, and though it was ... more
Since she arrived at Mount Saint Vincent for her freshman season in 2014, Mackenzie Heizer has known ... more
At first there was frustration, then elation. Then frustration again, followed by hope and confusion. But ultimately there was pain and agony. For the Manhattan College Jaspers, the final four … more
Love Litzell promised himself it would not happen again. Not after all he had been through. His struggles in the weight throw his freshman year. The excruciating second-place finish by one centimeter … more
There aren’t many games, yet alone playoff games, that a team wins after being outrebounded by 30, shooting 33 percent from the field, committing 29 fouls and turning the ball over 23 … more
When City College’s Mark Richards missed a potential game tying free throw with five seconds remaining in the City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) semifinals against the … more
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