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Mike Malone went from already a really good coach to the talk of the NBA following the Denver Nuggets triumph in five games over the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals earlier this month. Denver was the best team all year led by arguably the most lethal player in the league in Nikola Jokic. By all measures their crowning moment was most deserved, but still not something Malone wanted as Denver’s epitaph. more
Manhattan College’s athletics department had a rough three weeks leading into the beginning of June — to say the least. Others could say it has been a rough four years, according to the NCAA. more
When Marianne Reilly was first named athletic director at Manhattan College in March 2016, she was honored as the first woman to achieve that distinction. more
This year is lining up to be the “Year of the Jasper” in Major League Baseball. First there was Tom Cosgrove with the San Diego Padres, and now the latest member to join the ranks out of Manhattan College is Joe Jacques. The Boston Red Sox called up Jacques on June 9 and he made his debut three days later. more
The best year of his life keeps getting better. In the span of two months, J.R. Lynch won a national championship and then became an assistant coach. He knows what it takes to win, which is why Lynch could be a real asset for the Manhattan College men’s basketball program. more
It’s viewed as a project that may be ahead of its timeline. The rebuild of the Manhattan College baseball team under head coach David Miller has been dubbed the “Manhattan Project.” Not as an ode to any arsenal of nuclear weapons, but rather as a new description of the changing dynamics of a baseball program. more
Four members of the Manhattan baseball team were selected to postseason All-MAAC teams, headlined by Frankie Marinelli, earning a place on the first team as a utility player. more
Samba Diallo has more pairs of basketball shoes than the younger version of himself could ever dream of. And on occasion during his collegiate career, he showcased different color schemes with one half of his footwear game unique in appearance. He didn’t do it to be different. Rather, it was his reminder of how his story was different. more
The night-capper for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals round pitted Manhattan College men’s lacrosse against a team they had yet to figure out this season. Ultimately, this year’s runner-up, the Siena Saints, got the last laugh at Gaelic Park, winning 11-8 and proving to be road warriors at the expense of the top seed Jaspers. more
The call of a lifetime is well worth the wait. If you are a baseball player with big dreams, there is universal agreement about what said phone call would be. Tom Cosgrove waited seven years for that call. more
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