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Confirming expectations, breaking records and Kobe’s goodbye

Confirming expectations, breaking records and Kobe’s goodbye

By Andy McCrea
April 20th, 2016

By Andy McCrea ajmccrea@csbsju.edu Another regular season has passed in the NBA, meaning another season of stereotypical endings. The 76ers won less than 20 games for the third year in a row, LeBron James is rumored to be taking his …
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HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

By Brett Zallek
April 20th, 2016

  By Brett Zallek bwzallek@csbsju.edu The SJU wrestling team has named their next head coach, and it is someone whose knowledge of the program in recent years cannot be matched. Tony Willaert, a 2011 Johnnie graduate, was given the position …
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Sitting 5-4, SJU will not re-LAX

Sitting 5-4, SJU will not re-LAX

By Kevin Dudley
April 20th, 2016

By Kevin Dudley kmdudley@csbsju.edu Lacrosse at St. John’s may not be a NCAA sport, but you can’t tell from the way the team conducts their business. The Johnnie lacrosse team has qualified for every Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) Division …
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SJU tennis team heats up during spring break trip in Florida

SJU tennis team heats up during spring break trip in Florida

By Kevin Dudley
April 14th, 2016

By Kevin Dudley kmdudley@csbsju.edu The Johnnie Tennis Team won four matches in Florida on their annual spring break trip. They competed against teams from around the country including NAIA Hastings (Neb), Connecticut State, Augustana (S.D.), and Elmhurst. The trip gave …
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CSB track & field begins season at Hamline

CSB track & field begins season at Hamline

By Annie Dittberner
April 14th, 2016

By Kevin Dudley kmdudley@csbsju.edu The Johnnie Tennis Team won four matches in Florida on their annual spring break trip. They competed against teams from around the country including NAIA Hastings (Neb), Connecticut State, Augustana (S.D.), and Elmhurst. The trip gave …
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Johnnies reach turning point

Johnnies reach turning point

By Brett Zallek
April 14th, 2016

By Brett Zallek bwzallek@csbsju.edu The Johnnie baseball team’s season is already halfway over, but the real season is just beginning. SJU (13-7, MIAC 1-2) has plenty of games under their belt from trips to Arizona and Florida where they played …
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softballyo

Offensive juggernaut

By Tom Dierberger
April 14th, 2016

By Tom Dierberger tpdierberger@csbsju.edu The high powering St. Ben’s offense is off to a booming start in the first half of their schedule, cruising to a 13-7 record overall heading into their doubleheader this weekend against Carleton. The Blazers flew …
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Credit: Richard Larkin McLay, Saint John's University

Johnnies start slow, finish strong in six-game trip

By Annie Dittberner
April 14th, 2016

By Annie Dittberner amdittberner@csbsju.edu After a 3-3 start to last season, the St. John’s baseball team ended their 2015 campaign as MIAC Champions and received a berth in the national tournament. Last weekend, the Johnnies scripted a similar start in …
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From players to coaches

From players to coaches

By Brett Zallek
April 14th, 2016

By Brett Zallek bwzallek@csbsju.edu The St. Ben’s softball team has a younger team this season with only one upperclassman athlete, but they also have a young coaching staff. CSB Head Coach Rachael Click hired three new assistant coaches in the …
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AAU: detrimental to the game?

AAU: detrimental to the game?

By Charlie Broback
April 14th, 2016

By Charlie Broback cgbroback@csbsju.edu In 2015, the San Antonio Spurs set an NBA record by having nine players from outside of the United States on their roster. This is one of the most competitive and successful NBA franchises ever, and …
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