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It was Homecoming Day at Lehman College last Saturday, and the atmosphere was a decidedly festive one. more
The Manhattan College men’s basketball team bus was still a couple hours away from home as it chugged down the New York State Thruway last Sunday night after a weekend in Western New York. There was no blaring music. No loud celebrations. No evidence at all about what the Jaspers had pulled off to open the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference season. more
December didn’t start off particularly well for the Lehman College men’s basketball team. The Lightning began the month losing its CUNY Athletic Conference opener to John Jay, saw starting point guard Will Feldman go down with an ankle injury that night, and with a 1-5 record, the season could have spiraled out of control. more
Ethan Lasko admits there was some trepidation when he transferred to Manhattan College from Indiana University. And it had little to do with coming to the big city. more
There were many things Manhattan College coach Steve Masiello was looking to accomplish when he put together his challenging 2019-20 non-conference schedule. Sure, wins were right at the top of the list, but player growth was almost as important. more
If the Lehman College men’s basketball team is to erase the memories of last year’s forgettable season, the one thing the Lightning needs to avoid are injuries — especially to key … more
Jesse Boyce is not your typical college senior. There are the endless hours dedicated to practice and games as a member of the Manhattan College men’s basketball team, and even longer hours spent dealing with the heavy classwork load that comes with his dual majors in finance and accounting. more
Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, Manhattan College ventured to North Carolina to take on Elon University. And after overcoming a slow start, the Jaspers rallied to post a 69-64 victory over The Phoenix, improving Manhattan’s record to 3-1 on the season. more
Pick a sport, any sport, and you will rarely find a coach who is totally fulfilled and completely happy with his program. Take Lehman College men’s soccer coach Toma Gojcevic, for instance. To hear him talk about the Lightning’s season, one would think it’s been mediocre at best. more
The sting of barely missing out on the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference postseason tournament party last year lasted well into the offseason for the Manhattan Jaspers men’s soccer team. So what was head coach Jorden Scott’s plan to combat a similar fate this season? Load up on prime-time programs in the non-conference portion of the Jaspers’ schedule with the goal being having a more battle-tested team once MAAC season arrived. more
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