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The night of Feb. 23 felt like a moment of rebirth for DeJuan Clayton. With the Manhattan College Jaspers trailing Marist by seven points, Clayton checked in for his season debut against all odds. Right then, he became the first D1 men’s basketball player to play in eight different seasons. more
While last year’s merger of St. Margaret of Cortona and St. Gabriel schools meant the end of the rivalry on the basketball court, students and family got another treat this year. more
Once a year, Major League Baseball broadcasters from sports radio stations WFAN, in New York City, and WEEI, in Boston, bring their expertise to RiverSpring Living listeners in person. The event, called Hot Stove Talk, is a highly anticipated one for the residents. more
It is not everyday a little known Division III thrower can take their game to a different orbit when stepping foot in a Division I cage. The sudden stardom of Alex Kristeller has sent a wave of excitement through the Manhattan College Track & Field program as he eyes rare glory in the NCAA Championship next month. more
DeJuan Clayton remains on the outside looking in as he attempts to resume his college basketball career at Manhattan College. more
The Manhattan College flag football team is scrambling to raise funds to continue their season. The program was brought back last fall and as such is still in the process of getting things moving. more
It’s hard to find positives when you lose 12 of 13 games. It’s even tougher when the driving force behind the struggles is live ball turnovers, which for John Gallagher’s Manhattan Jaspers has inflated to 95 total turnovers in a six-game stretch. In Sunday’s 77-68 loss to Fairfield University, Manhattan coughed up 17 more. more
The waiting game on DeJuan Clayton’s eligibility could be nearing an end soon. But then again, the 26-year-old nomadic guard has had to wait four months and counting for a final verdict on the future of his college basketball career, with the Jaspers simply hoping for good news to lighten up their 4-11 record. more
Bridget Robeson Costigan became a household name in Manhattan College sporting circles during her days playing for the school’s women’s basketball team in the late 1980s. Now, she takes pleasure in watching her daughter Alyssa, a sophomore guard, competing for the same program she once did. more
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