The overall men’s basketball program histories for St. John’s University and St. Francis College have traversed much different paths. However, a former Terrier remembers a statement win over the Johnnies in 1954.
Four student-athletes from The Mary Louis Academy, Jamaica Estates, signed National Letters of Intent to continue their sports careers in college.
The floodgates are open as the St. Francis College Women’s Film Festival, Brooklyn Heights, is now accepting submissions for the third annual celebration of women in film.
For the 15th year, the men’s and women’s track and field/cross-country teams from St. Francis College will be staffing a water and Gatorade station along the route of the N.Y.C. Marathon.
St. Francis College Scholar in Residence Fred Siegel continues his special lecture series with the following events:
Brother Labre Tallman, O.S.F., died Sept. 2, in St. Catherine’s Hospital, Smithtown, L.I.
The St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, men’s and women’s basketball teams recently wrapped up a trip north of the border to Canada. The Terriers met top Canadian teams in Ottawa and Montreal during the four-day visit, Aug. 26-29.
Founded more than 150 years ago by the Franciscan Brothers, the mission of St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights has always been to help young people achieve their life dreams of personal and professional success by making a quality college education more affordable.
St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, has announced that Dr. Miguel Martinez-Saenz will be the 19th president in the college’s 160-year history. He will begin his term in September at the start of the 2017-2018 academic year, taking over for interim president, Timothy J. Houlihan, who filled the position after the death of Brendan J. Dugan ’68 in December of 2016.
A small group of military servicemen and women attended an information session at St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, July 26 to gather intel on how to begin a new journey of sorts: serving their communities in the classroom through a national program called Troops to Teachers.