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The Manhattan College men’s soccer team has emerged as the team to beat in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. The Jaspers have won their first five conference games and currently sit a half game back of Iona for the top spot in the standings. more
One accomplished Jewish author took center stage at Hebrew Institute of Riverdale recently to speak about an accomplished Jewish sports broadcaster on Sept. 30. more
John Bruckner can never forget because he was right there. Only a modicum of the trauma has decreased with time, but the pain still runs deep. For his fellow firefighters and for the country. more
Manhattan College got their curtain call at Yankee Stadium last Friday to mark the school’s 100-year history in the Bronx. The Riverdale Press takes a look at the wins and characters which have contributed to the Jaspers athletics history since its relocation to Riverdale from Manhattan in 1923. more
It started with an on-field ceremony with a few administrators and the rest of the way was punctuated by laughter and cheers from the 1,400 students and alums perched on all levels of Yankee Stadium. It was Manhattan College night and the attendees backed it with pride. more
For a little over a year, the College of Mount Saint Vincent soccer and lacrosse programs have been able to call the Athletic Field at Marillac their home. The addition of the turf field, which overlooks the Hudson River, is part of a movement from the current administration to make athletics a priority for the future. more
Manhattan College athletics are off to a slow start in the Fall season as non-conference play soon gives way to the conference schedule. The cold stretch for both men’s and women’s soccer teams and the volleyball team has led to only one team victory with nothing else to show for yet. more
Gunnar Studenhofft is so fast it’s like watching an accelerated replay in motion. Seeing it live is a sight to behold on the soccer field. more
Repetition and preparation are the tenets Will Gregory espouses on the court. There is no disruption in his training regimen which has him  up and running at the Riverdale Y before 8 a.m. A barrage of his shots fall without hesitation, but not without the helping hand of a passer and rebounder whose best title is “dad.” more
Just before Tom Konchalski had passed away in February 2021 at 74, Barry “Slice” Rohrssen ensured he was there for his confidant of over 45 years. His heart ached and emotions swarmed, but he also felt something deeper tugging away. He wanted a permanent reminder of Konchalski. More specifically, he wanted a foundation named for his friend. more
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