It was a big win for the St. Joe’s women’s basketball team on Wednesday as they downed George Washington on the road, 75-69.
St. Joe’s will be on the road on Saturday, traveling down to Fairfax, Virginia, to take on George Mason in Atlantic 10 action.
While Villanova’s outstanding start and meteoric rise in the national rankings has garnered a lot of the headlines on the local college basketball scene, there is another city team that has been performing at a high level since the season tipped off.
The St. Joe’s women’s basketball team has hit the ground running this season.
Anthony Lee scored seven of his 15 points in the last 2:11 to lead Temple to a 77-69 victory over Philadelphia rival Saint Joseph’s on Wednesday night.
Langston Galloway scored 27 points, Ronald Roberts added 19, and Saint Joseph’s beat Siena 78-66 in a consolation round game Friday night at the Old Spice Classic.
Andre Stringer scored 18 points and Jarell Martin added 15 as LSU beat St. Joseph’s 82-65 Thursday night at the Old Spice Classic.
The St. Joe’s Hawks will be quite busy this Thanksgiving weekend, as they take part in the Old Spice Classic down in Orlando, Florida.
Basketball fans on Hawk Hill are anxiously awaiting Wednesday night, when St. Joe’s plays its 2013-14 home opener, hosting Marist.
There is a little misconception that continues about Pennsylvania high school football that the best talent and better teams are located on the western side of the state.
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 […]
It’s August and already St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante is up against an unwinnable battle: It will hard keeping his team from wandering onto websites, Twitter and text feeds, chat rooms and Facebook pages without reading all of the good things that are expected from the Hawks this season.
The St. Joe’s women’s basketball team is preparing for their NCAA Tournament appearance.
Sir’Dominic Pointer raced down the court and hit a jumper from the corner at the buzzer to lead St. John’s to a 63-61 come-from-behind win over Saint Joseph’s in the first round of the NIT on Tuesday night.
By Matt Leon PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – While most of the attention is on the city schools that are getting ready for the NCAA Tournament, a fourth city school has earned a postseason berth as St. […]