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For the entire offseason, the Manhattan College men’s soccer team has thought about their loss to Iona in the semifinals of the MAAC Tournament. On Aug. 24, the page flips to the 2023 season with a road matchup at Holy Cross. more
It has been a whirlwind of a couple months for Irma Garcia. Now that the dust has finally settled, it is time to go to work at Manhattan College as the school’s interim athletics director. more
It started with a Texas rodeo that has continued in and out of the Mile High City of Colorado. The next stop is Seattle for Brendan Krebs’ budding Premier Lacrosse League career. That’s par for the course in a traveling league where there are no home teams. more
History with an exclamation point sums up the title-winning run for the Nigeria women’s basketball team at the 2023 AfroBasket tournament. more
It’s a distant land with close proximity to the hearts of two Manhattan College athletes who hold Gaelic roots near and dear. Each wears the Irish badge with pride. more
For the third time in three years,  the Manhattan men’s lacrosse program will have a new head coach patrolling the sidelines next Spring. The changing of the guard comes after John Odierna accepted the defensive coordinator position at Syracuse University on July 28. more
The non-profit Bronx Basketball Hall of Fame inducted 15 new members to the Bronx Basketball Hall of Fame on July 15 at Mullaly Park. The honors will be presented at its annual awards dinner to be held on Nov. 3 at the Villa Barone Manor at 737 Throgs Neck Expressway.  more
Early offseason practices can get lost in the dog days of the Summer if not for a dose of coaching enterprise.  And new Manhattan College hoops coach John Gallagher has wasted little time providing just that when it comes to the program’s history. more
Senior guard Jose Perez’s college basketball career has been a long winding road, albeit mostly successful to date. more
To Steve Englert, the game of baseball is as precious as air is to breathe. As rhythmic as a heartbeat. For more than two decades running, Englert flocks home every Summer to the seashore town of Harwich on Cape Cod to coach his beloved Mariners. It is mostly normal for Englert, but every once in a while he must pinch himself to appreciate how special it all is. more
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