The St. Joseph’s women’s basketball team has earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament for a second straight season. The 22-9 Hawks are the #9 seed in the Lincoln region and they will open things up on Sunday when they take on Georgia in Storrs, Connecticut.
Halil Kanacevic had 26 points and 17 rebounds, and Saint Joseph’s reached the finals of the Atlantic 10 tournament for the first time since 2008 with a 67-48 win over St. Bonaventure on Saturday.
Tyreek Duren scored 27 points as La Salle knocked off St. Joseph’s 71-63 on Sunday.
The red-hot Hawks have won 16 of their last 19 games and will look for another victory on the road Saturday at St. Bonaventure.
The St. Joseph’s Hawks will wrap-up a challenging three-game homestand on Saturday night when they host VCU at Hagan Arena.
When Seattle traded for Percy Harvin during the offseason, they weren’t expecting to only have him for one game this season. Now that the Playoffs are set, it looks like Harvin may be able to return for Seattle’s next game.
As I start writing this, there is the possibility that I will have to trash it at any second. We’ve been waiting since Sunday for a big NBA trade, now that the December 15th, ‘anyone can be traded,’ date has passed. Nothing has happened, and I feel like we’re going to see something soon.
Ronald Roberts scored 21 points and St. Joseph’s beat Washington State 72-67 Sunday in the fifth-place game at the Old Spice Classic.
Basketball fans on Hawk Hill are anxiously awaiting Wednesday night, when St. Joe’s plays its 2013-14 home opener, hosting Marist.
Since the last made up trade column, the Sixers have actually started playing basketball.
A homeowner down the shore apparently got tired of birds around his house. The action he allegedly tooK has him in trouble with the feds.
By Matt Leon PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It has been quite the summer for former Saint Joseph’s University baseball standout Jimmy Yacabonis. First, he was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 13th-round of the June […]
The Red-tailed Hawk nest at the Franklin Institute is empty. The littlest and last to hatch was the first to take flight on Thursday; the last of this year’s brood of three fledged Sunday.
Conference Finals have arrived. See the official schedule of games, scores and seedings.
For the fifth straight year, a pair of Red Tailed Hawks is nesting on a windowsill at the Franklin Institute.