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Everyone who knows Emmanuel “Emmy” Andújar has one tragic day in April of 2012 forever etched in their minds. It was the day Andújar, a former Manhattan College basketball star, lost his brother, Jose, to an unthinkable tragedy, leaving him speechless. more
In the depths of Truman High School’s concrete basement, DeWitt Clinton’s boys basketball team was looking to extend its 10-game winning streak. They were up against William C. Bryant’s Owls, who put together a spirited effort to try and meet Clinton’s physical style of pressure basketball. Ultimately, the Governors dominated the Owls, 73-35. more
It’s been out with the old and in with the new for the Manhattan College men’s basketball team this season. But there was something familiar in open view on Friday night that had been a common sight at Draddy Gymnasium over the years. more
Whatever they touch turns to gold. Courts of Dreams is prepared to revitalize any downtrodden court in sight, whenever that need may arise in the community. The effort requires many to roll up their sleeves to beautify the playing grounds. But first, they seek to spread awareness for their cause, and this time it came through during the first annual Courts of Dream Classic. more
On what seemed like just another late August day Courtney Warley bid a temporary goodbye to her family and the familiarity of her whole existence. more
The Manhattan Jaspers like to bother and disrupt their opponents. They have a tendency to get under their skin for reasons only their counterpart could attempt to explain. more
With 29 points in a 79-64 win over Pratt Institute in early December, senior Isaiah Geathers of Lehman College became the all-time leading scorer in the college’s men’s basketball history. more
Interim head coach RaShawn Stores earned his first win in an 86-39 blowout against Mount St. Vincent on Friday night in the Jaspers’ home opener. more
For the fourth season in a row the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s men’s basketball team has at least one Division One opponent on their schedule. This year’s slate brings them to crosstown Manhattan College and Long Island University. more
Manhattan College basketball is off to a slow start to the 2022-23 season. The women’s team, ranked second in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coaches’ Preseason poll, fell three times this week to Wagner, Stony Brook, and Duquesne. more
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