Sports Round-Up March 23

Kelly O’Donnell, a sophomore on the St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, women’s basketball team, was selected to the D3hoops.com All-Region Second Team.

Sports Round-Up March 9

Xaverian H.S., Bay Ridge, captured the varsity hockey league ‘A’ Division title with a two-game sweep of Kellenberg Memorial H.S., Uniondale, L.I.

St. John’s Priest Is a ‘Rock’ for Athletes

Father Richard Rock, C.M., is the campus minister for athletics at St. John’s. As a Vincentian, he weaves the college’s mission of serving the poor into his daily interactions with the Red Storm student-athletes.

Sports Round-Up Feb. 23

The St. Francis Prep, Fresh Meadows, and CHSFL communities are mourning the passing of longtime L’il Terriers assistant varsity football coach Frank Nastro, who died Feb. 13.

Terriers Honor 2nd Female Athlete with Retired Jersey

Following the ceremony to retire former Terriers’ standout Jeanne Zatorski’s No. 15 on Dec. 15, the No. 40 jersey of Karen Erving Schiera rose to the rafters on Feb. 9 as the women’s team battled Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, N.J., during “Karen Fest.”

Sports Round-Up Feb. 9

St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn has opened a newly renovated athletic rental space in the campus’ St. Angela Hall.

St. Francis Guard Adapts to New Role

Jordan Williams was a standout student-athlete on the court for the St. Edmund Prep H.S. boys’ basketball team and is now adjusting to a new role for St. Francis College.

Sports Round-Up Jan. 19

Baseball Miracles, a nonprofit organization that introduces baseball and softball to economically disadvantaged children around the globe, recently visited Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, for a three-day clinic.

Terriers Retire Program’s First Female Number

The No. 15 jersey of former St. Francis College women’s basketball star Jeanne Zatorski will rise to the rafters – making it the first retired number for any female student-athlete in the college’s history.

Sports Round-Up Dec. 15

The Cristo Rey Brooklyn H.S., Flatbush, girls’ varsity basketball team served up more than assists on Thanksgiving morning.