The St. Francis College men’s basketball team honored the great Al Inniss by retiring his No. 19 jersey during halftime of a game earlier this season.
The road Nermina Markisic took to get to the graduation ceremony for St. Francis College, Winter Class of 2020, at St. James Cathedral in Downtown Brooklyn, was an unlikely, if not inspiring, one.
Margaret Alaimo is the new athletic director at St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn in Clinton Hill.
At the age of 35, Sister Lucy Mendez, P.C.M. is older than most college students, she’s a nun, and she worked full time while pursuing her degree.
Bishop Cisneros, a native of Cuba who emigrated to the United States in 1961 at the age of 16, gave the invocation and received an honorary degree at the spring commencement, which was held at the Ford Amphitheater in Coney Island on May 23.
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.”
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.
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.
This past June, Dennnis McDermott retired after 17 years as the director of alumni relations at his college alma mater, St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights. The campus on Remsen Street will not be the same with the “Face of St. Francis” roaming around.
New St. Francis College women’s basketball coach Linda Cimino is relying on her Catholic faith to help her lead the team as she prepares for the start of her first season in Brooklyn