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Thursday, April 2, 2009

St. John’s women fall to BC in WNIT third round

It’s been four years since the Boston College women’s basketball team last played a Big East game. But the Eagles looked like they would fit right back in with what Red Storm sophomore guard Sky Lindsay called “the most physical conference” in the country in a 68-64 victory in the third round of the WNIT on Thursday at Carnesecca Arena. Comment

CK baseball preview: Squad hopes to be a sleeper

Hope springs eternal and this spring there’s certainly a greater sense of optimism for the Christ the King baseball team. Comment

Holy Cross baseball preview: High hopes

With seven starters back, the Holy Cross baseball team is filled with potential. But that “doesn’t guarantee anything,” said Knights Coach Doug Manfredonia, who likens his team to professional prospects. Sometimes those players turn into studs. Other times, they’re duds. Comment

Senior leader puts St. Michael’s ahead for good

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. — Janine Davis was having a hard time. The Murry Bergtraum press was bothering the St. Michael Academy senior point guard so much in the second quarter that Coach Apace Paschall had to pull her in favor of freshman Darius Faulk. Comment

Field’s debut Stormy as Georgetown rolls

Ed Blankmeyer likes that his team will be part of the trivia question when it comes to the first teams to play at Citi Field. The result? That’s something the St. John’s baseball coach can do without. Comment

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