Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like. CloseEmail This Story Send email to this address Enter Your Name Add a comment here Verification Send Email CancelThis summer the University embarked on an expansive rebranding effort that it hopes will go a long way in changing the perception of St. John’s both from within and outside the school’s gates.
While St. John’s basketball has won only a handful of Big East games over Chris Mullin’s head coaching tenure, a lot of losing has brought the team closer together and on the verge of a breakthrough. At least that’s the way Amar Alibegovic sees it. The senior is the last holdover from before Mullin’s arrival who has experienced both the NCAA Tournament and the bottom of the Big East. But for him, these now-seasoned players and key additions are the closest group he’s been a part of.
New York City FC held on until the final moments of the regular season and, in the end, did just enough. NYCFC drew, 2-2, with Columbus Crew SC at Citi Field on Sunday to secure the No. 2 seed and a knockout-round bye in the Eastern Conference playoffs, thanks in part to out-of-town results. “I think it was a really good game of football,” manager Patrick Vieira said.
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