Red Storm coach Steve Lavin said Tuesday that Branch has enrolled at St. John’s and that after sitting one season per NCAA transfer rules will have 3½ seasons of eligibility.
St. John’s has floundered without Steve Lavin’s leadership on the bench — and it appears the coach isn’t close to returning.
St. John’s couldn’t hit a shot. Well, the Red Storm did make one in a span of 26 shots in a 73-58 loss to No. 11 Louisville on Tuesday night.
St. John’s coach Steve Lavin won’t accompany his team to Thursday night’s game at No. 1 Kentucky, the third straight game and fourth this season he’s missed while recovering from prostate cancer surgery.
D’Angelo Harrison scored a season-high 21 points and St. John’s had its first good game from beyond the 3-point line in a 63-48 victory over St. Francis (N.Y.) on Tuesday night.
If God’s Gift Achuiwa, the Red Storm’s sole hope for a low post presence can’t stay on the floor for 30 minutes, St. John’s will have a hard time staying competitive on the backboards regardless of their opponent.
Steve Lavin of St. John’s had prostate cancer surgery on Oct. 6. He was back on the bench just over a month after the surgery, and will be on the bench Thursday. He’s become even more involved in Coaches vs. Cancer than he had been for more than two decades.
Steve Lavin had been away from his team for just more than a month. He decided to return to the bench about 3 1/2 hours before St. John’s played its second game of the season.
Nurideen Lindsey scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half to lead St. John’s to a 74-59 victory over William & Mary on Monday night in the opening round of the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer.
After nearly a year of anticipation, the fabled recruiting class put together by Steve Lavin and his St. John’s staff will finally make their official debut. Here’s a breakdown of their first-year group and more.
If opposing coaches don’t know of Manhattan freshman forward Emmy Andjuar, they’d better become aware quickly.
St. John’s basketball coach Steve Lavin needs to take a different method in treating his prostate cancer, but doesn’t expect it to interfere with the upcoming season.
During his first three seasons at Kansas, Taylor has always been regular member of the Jayhawks rotation but was never a name in bold print on an opponent’s scouting report. That is all about to change.
Former St. John’s legend and five-time NBA All-Star Chris Mullin expressed confidence Monday night that coaches and players will soon resolve their issues and put an end to the lockout.
St. John’s forward Dwayne Polee II says he plans to transfer so he can help his family “get through a health issue.”