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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
The custom after every Mount Saint Vincent softball game is for head coach Mark Roldan to gather his team on the field for a brief postgame talk. Just a few minutes for the Dolphins to go over the … more
The Manhattan College softball team knew it had one task against the Iona Gaels: win and you’re in. With one win, the Jaspers would secure a berth in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference … more
It took only a few weeks for the transformation to be complete, for the Lehman Lightning softball team to see its season go from forgettable to memorable. A season that began with eight straight … more
It’s still about five months before Manhattan tips off the 2017-18 college basketball season, but judging by its newly-assembled recruiting class, it looks as though the Jaspers have already posted their first victory. 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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