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  1. St. John's overpowers Georgetown 81-70 on Senior DayRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | New York Daily News

    Touching as the pre-game ceremonies were, Senior Day for St. John's was missing something. The senior class has had careers worthy of being feted, but it still has not played in an NCAA Tournament.

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  2. Big East Power Rankings: Week FourteenRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Big East Coast Bias

    Senior Night, as it always is in sports, was an emotional night for Villanova's departing seniors Darrun Hilliard and Jayvaughn Pinkston. They finished their final game at the Pavilion by extending their 26-straight win streak on-campus in an 89-61 rout of No.

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  3. Unscientific Predictions: 2015 Big East Women's Basketball Postseason AwardsRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Anonymous Eagle

    Sunday's the last day of the regular season, so let's try to predict how the postseason awards will shake out. There's still nine games left to play in the Big East women's basketball schedule, but I learned the hard way last year that the conference will start slinging award press releases around like crazy as soon as the season ends.

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  4. St. John's vs Georgetown: Red Storm look for revenge against the...Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | Rumble In The Garden

    The Johnnies will get a chance not only to say goodbye to their seniors tomorrow afternoon, but also to virtually punch their ticket to their first NCAA Tournament since 2011. As the St. John's Red Storm close out a final three-game home stand tomorrow afternoon against the Georgetown Hoyas , the program will also say goodbye to the first recruiting class of the Steve Lavin era.

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  5. St. John's vs Georgetown: the second Casual Q and ARead the original story

    Yesterday | Rumble In The Garden

    Some of of you may have mind-wiped the last St. John's/ Georgetown game from your memories, as a 79-57 throttling on the road is not the stuff that sweet dreams are made of. But the Big East is a true round-robin, and the senior-laden Red Storm have one more shot at the Hoyas tomorrow at noon on CBS with Marv Albert and Len Elmore - a taste of March Madness to end February.

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  6. Towson at Mount St. Mary's men's lacrosse: Three things to watchRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    No. 17 Towson men's lacrosse has won nine of 10 meetings - including last eight - with Mount St. Mary's. Towson is 9-1 against Mount St. Mary's all time and has won the past eight meetings, including a 9-1 home rout on March 1, 2014.

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  7. Sleeping with the Enemy: The JohnniesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Casual Hoya

    Your Fighting Hoyas of Georgetown are back after a one week hiatus to take on the Johnnies at The World's Most Famous Arena and as usual we here at THE GLOBAL PHENOMENON are bringing you everything you need to know about Georgetown's next opponent. Here with us to chat about St. John's is our good buddy Rumble in the Garden , your source for all of your Red Storm needs.

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  8. Sir'Dominic Pointer driving St. John's to the finish lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    Don't call St. John's senior Sir'Dominic Pointer a power forward. It paints him with too broad a brush.

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  9. Men's Basketball Week in Review: Red Storm further distance themselves from tournament bubbleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Rumble In The Garden

    A pair of victories this past week have St. John's in a good position to hear their name called on selection Sunday at the moment. Looking like they would be forced to scratch and claw their way off the NCAA Tournament bubble just a few weeks ago, it appears that at the moment, the St. John's Red Storm have done just that.

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  10. Women's Basketball Week in Review: Red Storm move up the Big East standingsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Rumble In The Garden

    Two straight weekend wins at home have he St. John's women in a tie for third place in the conference. The St. John's women's basketball team continued to make their way up the Big East standings over this past week, as they squeaked out a tough win against Villanova on Friday night before rolling Georgetown on Sunday.

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  11. John Thompson III talks about St. John's-Georgetown, Chris Mack speaks on St. John's potentialRead the original story

    Yesterday | Rumble In The Garden

    St. John's is yet again on a roll in February but this year, the late season success could earn the team a trip to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011. The Johnnies finish up their regular season with a difficult schedule but first it must face off against Georgetown at Madison Square Garden.

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  12. The week ahead for Maryland men's lacrosse teamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Maryland Gazette

    Henry West, Matt McMahon, Kevin Gayhardt Maryland's Henry West, center, shoots against Penn's Matt McMahon, left, and Kevin Gayhardt in the second quarter at Byrd Stadium. Comment: The Terps and Dragons have met just, in 1943, when Maryland won 12-0.

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  13. With three games remaining, St. John's controls their own destinyRead the original story

    Thursday | Rumble In The Garden

    In January, St. John's lost five of eight games, lost their AP Top 25 ranking and Rysheed Jordan took a "leave of absence." It quickly seemed as if the season was spiraling out of control.

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  14. View from the Student Section: DePaulRead the original story

    Thursday | Casual Hoya

    Casual's chief student correspondent reports from a surprisingly loud student section on the tight win over the Blue Demons. If I had a dollar for every time a commentator, writer, or pundit said something along the lines of "It's a battle in the Big East every night; there are no guaranteed wins," I would have been able to pay this semester's tuition.

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  15. Big East standings: Georgetown leads the pack in race for second placeRead the original story

    Thursday | Casual Hoya

    With three games remaining for each team in the Big East regular season, Villanova has the regular season title all but wrapped up. Four teams still have a shot at finishing the season in second place.

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  16. Big East Tournament 2015: Dates, Top Players to Watch in Upcoming EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | BleacherReport

    Villanova is going for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament as the dominant team in the league.

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  17. Giovanniello Brings Win To GeorgetownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Floral Park Dispatch

    The Georgetown University softball team won both of its matchups at the Landfall Park Hampton Inn and Suites Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 14, in Wilmington, NC. GU got on the board in the bottom of the fifth against the Saint Joseph Hawks, scoring three runs to take the lead, but in the bottom of the sixth inning, GU Hoyas added two more runs to put the game out of reach.

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  18. Great Expectations? Hoyas On a Roll Heading Into MarchRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Casual Hoya

    Right about now everything is going pretty darn good in Hoya land. Well, other than the whole week off thing where all we can do is watch other teams such as Providence getting crushed at Villanova.

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  19. Just stop with the court-storming rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Washington Post

    Well, here we are again. Another big win by a local college basketball team, another inane, yet passion-filled and highly entertaining debate about whether it was "acceptable" or embarrassing for students to storm the court.

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  20. Towson men's lacrosse goalie Tyler White admitted second-guessing himself after Loyola Maryland lossRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Baltimore Sun

    After starting all 15 games last season, Towson goalkeeper Tyler White doesn't lack confidence. But even he admitted to having a few doubts after a poor showing last week.

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