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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
Numerous times during the 2016-17 season, Manhattan College women’s basketball coach Heather Vulin said her first year would serve to build a culture and a style of play. more
Through four straight Public School Athletic League playoff games, the Kennedy Campus Lady Knights softball team has barely broken a sweat. In its playoff opener against Archimedes Academy, Kennedy posted 23 runs and coasted to an easy victory. more
Are you a baseball fan? And by baseball fan, I don’t mean someone who catches some highlights on the MLB Network or glances at the occasional boxscore in the newspaper — but rather someone who looks at America’s Pastime as something akin to religion, and baseball stadiums as cathedrals where the frenzied masses come to worship. more
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After a regular season which saw the Bronx Science softball team once again dominate the borough piling up 13 wins and winning the Bronx A Division for a third consecutive time, good things were expected from the Wolverines as the Public School Athletic League playoffs kicked off last week. more
There was not a lot of cheers on the diamond for area baseball and softball teams as the Public School Athletic League playoffs commenced last week. But the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball … more
It was overcast and rainy as the Manhattan College baseball team bus pulled out of Niagara Falls for the seven-hour trek back to Riverdale. more
The situation looked bleak for Manhattan College’s baseball team. Yes, the Jaspers had just put up a couple lopsided wins over an overmatched St. Peter’s team at Dutchess Stadium last Thursday afternoon, throttling the Peacocks 19-1 and 12-2. But still, the math still wasn’t adding up for Manhattan as far as landing one of the six spots for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament in Niagara Falls this week. more
The formula was a simple one for American Studies as the Senators entered the final week of the regular season toting a 6-5 record — win twice in your final five games and your reward would be a spot in the Public School Athletic League postseason. more
Crazy was the word that kept coming up in conversation with Riverdale/Kingsbridge head baseball coach John Reingold. Considering what his Tigers went through last week, it was as good a word as any. more
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