The Saint Joseph's women's basketball team returns home this weekend to host VCU at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets for the game are free to all fans, with complimentary pretzels available to the first 100 fans.
Throughout the 2018-19 season, the Saint Joseph's women's basketball program will spotlight one of its student-athletes. This week, Hawk fans can get to know more about graduate student Rachel Gartner.
The Saint Joseph's men's basketball team (9-12; 2-6 A-10) returns home to face UMass (8-13; 1-7 A-10) on Saturday afternoon at 4:30 p.m., in a nationally-televised game (NBC Sports Network) at Hagan Arena. The game will feature the top two scorers in the Atlantic 10, the Hawks' Charlie Brown, Jr., and Luwane Pipkins of UMass.
The Saint Joseph's women's lacrosse team has been predicted to finish third in the 2019 Atlantic 10 Conference regular-season standings, as voted on by the league's 10 head coaches and announced on Wednesday afternoon. The Hawks finished third (7-2 A-10) in league standings last spring and made their third consecutive postseason appearance under the direction of head coach Alex Kahoe, reaching the semi-finals.
Throughout the 2018-19 season, the Saint Joseph's women's basketball program will spotlight one of its student-athletes. This week, Hawk fans can get to know more about graduate student Ashlyn Wert
Senior Chris Clover tied his career-high with 21 points and Charlie Brown, Jr., scored 19, but Saint Joseph's (9-12; 2-6 A-10) couldn't overcome Dayton (14-7; 6-2 A-10), falling 75-64 in Atlantic 10 action at UD Arena.
After turning in a pair of outstanding mile performances at the Penn State National Invitational this past weekend, Saint Joseph's men's track and field junior standout Zach Michon has been tabbed the Atlantic 10 Men's Indoor Track Performer of the Week, the league office announced on Tuesday afternoon. The honor marks the first of his collegiate track and field career; he was also named the league's PotW twice this past fall for cross country.
The Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team has been predicted to finish sixth in the 2019 Northeast Conference regular-season standings, as voted on by the league's seven head coaches and announced on Tuesday afternoon. The Hawks, who won the regular-season title and reached the NEC title game last spring but lost a 12-member senior class of game-changers, return 20 letterwinners this spring under the direction of eighth-year head coach Taylor Wray.