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In the past several weeks, Fabian Peña has watched a pair of his former Manhattan College baseball teammates begin their journey toward a career as professional baseball players. Former Jaspers’ pitcher Tom Cosgrove was drafted in the 12th round by the San Diego Padres in Major League Baseball’s amateur draft, while shortstop José Carrera signed a free agent deal with the New York Yankees. more
During his eight seasons as the head softball coach at Manhattan College, Tom Pardalis has built the Jaspers program into one of the more formidable outfits in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. more
Last season in her first year as Lehman College’s new head volleyball coach, Sovanny Ebbesen transformed a former mediocre Lightning outfit into a program on the rise in the City University of New York Athletic Conference. more
Mike Cole is excited to be back in Riverdale. Not only is he anxious to begin his first season as Manhattan College’s new baseball coach, Cole is eager to start building the Jaspers back … more
One week after announcing their non-conference schedule, the Manhattan College men’s basketball team filled in all the blanks on who and when they take on their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference foes. more
In the days and weeks ahead, Casey Melilli’s life is about to get a little more hectic. Once school begins after Labor Day, Melilli — a math teacher at P.S. 187 in Washington Heights — will have to race out of her day job, hop in her car, and brave the infamous city traffic to get to Lehman College. more
Toma Gojcevic hears it all the time: The kind of talk most coaches would relish hearing, especially after the kind of season the Lehman men’s soccer team enjoyed last year when the Lightning captured the City University of New York Athletic Conference championship. more
Last season the Manhattan men’s soccer team could never quite get on-track as the Jaspers stumbled through a forgettable 2-12-3 season, with a 2-6-2 mark in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. more
When John Muller took over as head baseball coach at Mount Saint Vincent last season, he said he wanted to transform the program from the ground up. And for a program that hadn’t had a winning overall record since 2009, there really was nowhere to go but up. more
The long basketball season is over. The endless practices are done. The 30 or so games are in the books. The countless hours of watching film have ended. The numerous recruiting trips have paid off handsomely in Marriott rewards points. more
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