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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
Gunnar Studenhofft has speed that would make any scout impressed. Dating back to the summer, word began to spread on what his upside looked like. Studenhofft leveraged that athletic profile and goal-scoring potential to become a third-round pick in the recent Major League Soccer Draft by the Colorado Rapids. more
It may not always be pretty, but a win is a win. Manhattan collected eight in 11 tries in non-conference play, and now enters the grind of the Middle Atlantic Athletic Conference schedule with a full head of steam. more
The 12th installment of the Pat Joyce Memorial Tournament was the latest reminder to Marty Joyce why he became a coach. Most of last week, Marty made several treks across the bridge with his St. Peter’s teams from River Edge, New Jersey, to compete in honor of his late brother. Fittingly, it was his school’s sixth grade team that rallied around the fallen firefighter’s nephew en route to securing the championship. more
The Manhattan College women’s basketball team has been a tough out in recent years in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play. They showed it again with a 73-39 win over Rider last Saturday. But unfortunately, they found an even tougher challenger in the Fairfield Stags, who hung an 82-58 loss for Manhattan on Monday night. more
Over two months since Hamas terrorists launched an attack on Israel, the scars are very much present for two Manhattan College basketball players who are experiencing the secondhand effects of war while living away from their homeland. Playing back certain parts of Oct. 7, such as the horror stories relayed back to them from family and friends who lived it, is hard enough. Even now, the stories that are spread through social media and text messages are seemingly impossible to escape. more
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