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Larry Lembo has enjoyed a great deal of success in the sports arena during his lifetime, but even he was surprised when his name came up for induction into a sports hall of fame — and then came up again, and yet again. more
For three years, the Manhattan College volleyball team achieved regular season success the program never experienced before. From 2013 to 2015, the Jaspers notched three consecutive 20-win seasons, the first time such a feat had been achieved in school history. more
It was only a month ago Jim Duffy was extolling the virtues of his latest baseball recruiting class at Manhattan and how he couldn’t wait for next season to get here. more
Chris Cody gets asked about the 2006 baseball season often. It was the year the former Manhattan College lefty posted a sterling 12-2 record with a microscopic 1.42 ERA, fanned 105 hitters, and was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year. more
Attention high school-aged hoopsters: Are you looking to polish up those basketball skills for the upcoming season? Then you might want to check out a pair of camps the Manhattan College women’s basketball team will conduct the weekend of Aug. 11. 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
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
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
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