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It wasn’t all that long ago the John F. Kennedy campus boys volleyball team was little more than the doormat program in the Bronx A Division. more
When Mike Cole took over the Manhattan College baseball program last season, he knew he would have to deal with all the things coaches always have to deal with — lots of travel, long bus rides, and lots of new faces coming through the program. more
When Robert Colon arrived at John F. Kennedy Campus to take over the boys gymnastics team, he found a moribund program. more
At first glance, the group of children gathered inside SAR High School last Sunday looked like your average group of kids working on their basketball game. more
It’s been nine months since Joe Jacques, the former Manhattan College lefthander, heard his name called by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 33rd round of Major League Baseball’s amateur draft. more
If you’re a college basketball fan, there is nothing quite like March. more
The first thing you notice about John Cain, Manhattan College’s towering lefthander, is that he might be wearing the wrong uniform. more
For a team as young as the Manhattan College women’s basketball squad, there were three particular losses that helped shape the Jaspers’ season this year. more
Bronx Science couldn’t have known what it was walking into when the Wolverines arrived at Mott Haven Campus for its second-round Public School Athletic League playoff game last week. more
If someone told American Studies boys basketball coach Michael Hamlett his Senators would host a Public School Athletic League playoff game, that they would face the 41st-seeded team in the tournament and that four of his players would end up scoring in double figures, Hamlett sure would like his odds of winning and moving on to the next round. more
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