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SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER CONCLUDES SEASON WITH 2-0 LOSS AT TEMPLE

The Hawk - Saint Joseph's University mascot (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Hawks End Season 5-11-2 Overall and 1-5-2 in Atlantic 10 PHILADELPHIA - Although Saint Joseph's fired off 12 shots on goal, five coming from freshman Tim Lazorko (Philadelphia, Pa./Holy Ghost Prep), the men's soccer team fell to cross-city rival Temple, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon at the Ambler Sports Complex. As this afternoon's match marked the season finale, the Hawks stand at 5-11-2 overall and 1-5-2... Read more →


HAWKS' SEASON COMES TO AN END

KINGSTON, R.I. - Despite a valiant effort from the Saint Joseph's women's soccer team, the Hawks' fell to VCU, 4-0, in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 Championship Thursday evening at the URI Soccer Complex. Making the conference postseason tournament for the first time since 2005, the Hawks capped the season with a 9-7-4 record. Starting the game as the aggressors, the Hawks had their best scoring chance of the first half care of senior... Read more →


TRIO OF HAWKS GARNER ATLANTIC 10 WOMEN’S SOCCER ACCOLADES

Hawkins Named Midfielder of the Year For Second Straight Season NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Helping the Saint Joseph’s women’s soccer team to its first berth in the Atlantic 10 Championship since 2005, a trio of Hawks garnered conference honors, A-10 officials announced on Wednesday. For the second straight season, junior Mo Hawkins (Philadelphia, Pa./Cardinal Dougherty) was chosen Atlantic 10 Midfielder of the Year in a vote of the league’s coaches, and joined senior goalkeeper Christine... Read more →


Hawks Andrew D’Ottavi Records 10 Saves in Shutout

SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER EARNS SECOND CONSECUTIVE DOUBLE OVERTIME DRAW, 0-0, AT FORDHAM Oct. 28, 2012 BRONX, N.Y. - For the second consecutive game, the Saint Joseph's men's soccer team earned a double-overtime draw after tying with Fordham, 0-0, at Jack Coffey Field on Sunday afternoon. For the second consecutive game, senior goalkeeper Andrew D’Ottavi (Petersburg, N.J./ Ocean City) led the Hawks, making a combined 22 saves on the weekend while allowing just one goal... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER DOUBLE-OVERTIME DRAW AT LA SALLE, 1-1

Alex Critzos Scores Fifth Goal of Season; Andrew D’Ottavi Makes Season-High 12 Saves Oct. 26, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - After 110 minutes of fierce play, the Saint Joseph's men's soccer team earned another point in Atlantic 10 standings as the Hawks played to a double-overtime draw, 1-1, against La Salle at McCarthy Stadium on Friday evening. With the tie, Saint Joseph's stands at 5-10-1 overall and 1-5-1 in the A-10. La Salle (8-5-3, 2-3-1 A-10) held... Read more →


Saint Joseph's Women's Soccer Drops Heart Breaking Double Overtime Contests To La Salle, 1-0

Neal Sets SJU's Career Record For Saves PHILADELPHIA - The Saint Joseph's women's soccer team dropped a heart-breaking double overtime contest to La Salle, 1-0, Friday evening at Finnesey Field. The Hawks' senior goalkeeper Christine Neal set the SJU all-time record for career saves (292) in a game-high seven save effort. In a thrilling match in which Saint Joseph's defense played stellar through out, both squads had prime scoring chances, but could not convert. In... Read more →


Murray State Senior QB Casey Brockman Looking to Break Record | NCAA.com

Mark Bedics, NCAA.com Last Updated - October 25, 2012 11:19 GMT Coastal Carolina Athletics Coastal Carolina Athletics Coastal Carolina's Aramis Hillary enters Saturday’s game against Liberty looking to extend his CCU record of 159 consecutive pass attempts without an interception. More Than a Passing Fancy: Murray State senior quarterback Casey Brockman enters this week’s contest at Jacksonville State with 8,932 career passing yards, just 97 yards away from passing Morehead State’s Chris Swartz (1987-90) for... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER DROPS FINAL HOME GAME TO BUTLER, 2-1

The Hawk - Saint Joseph's University mascot (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Tim Lazorko Scores Lone Goal for Hawks; Andrew D’Ottavi Ties Season-High Nine Saves Oct. 21, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - A Butler goal in the 89th minute upset Saint Joseph's as the Hawks fell to the Bulldogs by a final score of 2-1 on Sunday afternoon at Finnesey Field. With the loss, Saint Joseph's stands at 5-10-0 overall and 1-5-0 in Atlantic 10 conference action. Butler (4-6-5... Read more →


Saint Joseph's Soccer Report for Sunday, October 14th

Saint Joseph's Women's Soccer Blanks Rhode Island, 2-0 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Oct. 14, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - The Saint Joseph's women's soccer team got goals from freshman Olivia McEachernand sophomore McHale Perkins and senior goalkeeper Christine Neal made six saves as the Hawks blanked Rhode Island, 2-0, Sunday afternoon at Finnesey Field. Saint Joseph's (8-5-2, 3-1-1 Atlantic 10) opened the scoring in the 35th minute on McEachern's first collegiate goal. Junior midfielder Mo Hawkins sent... Read more →


Saint Joseph's Women's Soccer Falls at St. Bonaventure, 1-0

OLEAN, N.Y.- The Saint Joseph's women's soccer team dropped a hard-fought match at St. Bonaventure, 1-0, Sunday afternoon. Senior goalkeeper Christine Neal made a game-high nine saves as SJU moves to 6-5-2 overall and 1-1-1 in the Atlantic 10. Coming into the day undefeated in conference play and having posted two-straight shutouts, the Hawks got stellar play out of Neal as she made five saves in the opening half. Out shooting SJU 10-1 in the... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER DROPS ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE MATCH | cnbnews

Alex Critzos and Tim Lazorko Net Goals for Hawks in Loss Oct. 7, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - Tied 2-2 in the final seven minutes of regulation, St. Bonaventure netted two additional goals, in the 84th and 90th minutes, to defeat Saint Joseph's, 4-2, on Sunday afternoon at Finnesey Field. With the loss, the Hawks drop to 4-7-0 overall and 0-2-0 in Atlantic 10 play. At the 83:42 minute-mark, St. Bonaventure's (3-9-0, 1-1-0 A-10) leading scorer Brad... Read more →


Saint Joseph's Women's Soccer Earns Double Overtime Draw At Duquesne, 0-0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Oct. 5, 2012 PITTSBURGH - The Saint Joseph's women's picked up a point in the Atlantic 10 standings Friday evening as the Hawks earned a double overtime draw at Duquesne, 0-0. Saint Joseph's seniorChristine Neal picked up her third shutout of the year, making eight saves. In a nearly even first half, the host Dukes out shot SJU 8-7, with Neal making half of her saves over that time frame. Saint... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER FALLS TO DUQUESNE IN OVERTIME OF ATLANTIC 10 OPENER, 2-1

Alex Critzos Scores Goal for Hawks; Andrew D’Ottavi Ties Season-High Record with Nine Saves Oct. 5, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - An overtime goal off the foot of Duquesne's Isaiah Noreiga defeated SaintJoseph's in the Hawks' Atlantic 10 home opener on Friday evening at Finnesey Field. SaintJoseph's (4-6-0, 0-1-1 Atlantic 10) attacked with a goal in the first half, but the Dukes answeredwith goals in the second half and overtime to hand the Hawks their sixth loss... Read more →


Saint Joseph's Softball to Host Rocci Pignoli/Nick Cinquanto Memorial City Six Championship October 5-6

press release PHILADELPHIA - Saint Joseph's softball team will host the Rocci Pignoli/Nick Cinquanto Memorial City Six championship this Friday and Saturday at the SJU Softball Field. Drexel, La Salle, Penn, Temple, and Villanova will round out the field that features all six of the Division I softball programs in Philadelphia. This tournament will honor the late Rocci Pignoli and Nick Cinquanto. The six Philadelphia schools will be split into two pools for this tournament;... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S JAKE NELSON, TIM LAZORKO NAMED PHILADELPHIA SOCCER SIX PLAYER, ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

The Hawk - Saint Joseph's University mascot (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Midfield Duo Garners Weekly Accolades Oct. 1, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - Sophomore midfielder Jake Nelson has been named the Philadelphia Soccer Six Player of the Week as he registered the game-winning assist against Bucknell (Sept. 25) and the game-winning goal against Loyola (Sept. 29). Freshman midfielder Tim Lazorko, who also earned the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week nod, has been named Philadelphia Soccer Six Rookie... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH'S WOMEN'S SOCCER OPENS ATLANTIC 10 PLAY WITH WIN AT TEMPLE, 1-0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Sept. 29, 2012 AMBLER, Pa - Junior midfielder Mo Hawkins scored in the 54th minute and senior goalkeeper Christine Neal made five saves as the Saint Joseph's women's soccer team blanked Temple, 1-0, to open the Atlantic 10 portion of its schedule on Saturday afternoon. After a scoreless first half, in which the Hawks out shot the Owls 15-6, Saint Joseph's would take the lead, 1-0, at 53:45 on Hawkins fifth... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER OVER LOYOLA, 2-1

Tim Lazorko and Jake Nelson Score One Goal Each; Andrew D’Ottavi Makes Four Saves in Win Sept. 29, 2012 BALTIMORE - With just under nine seconds remaining in overtime, sophomore midfielder Jake Nelson netted a penalty shot past a diving Loyola goalkeeper to lift the Hawks over the Greyhounds, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon at Ridley Athletic Complex. Freshman midfielder Tim Lazorko scored Saint Joseph's first goal in the 84th minute to tie the score, forcing... Read more →


FORMER HAWKS DARREFF AND GALLAGHER JOIN SOFTBALL COACHING STAFF

PHILADELPHIA – The Saint Joseph’s softball team has added former Hawk standouts Brooke Darreff and Erin Gallagher to its coaching staff it was announced on Wednesday. Darreff rejoins her alma mater as an assistant coach, while Gallagher returns to the team as an undergraduate assistant. A former standout catcher, Darreff comes back to Hawk Hill after spending last season as a graduate assistant at Temple. Wearing the Saint Joseph’s jersey from 2006 to 2010, she... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH'S MORAN PROMOTED TO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

PPHILADELPHIA – The Saint Joseph’s women’s basketball team promoted assistant coach Susan Moran to associate head coach it was announced on Wednesday. Moran, the all-time leading scorer in Saint Joseph’s basketball history, is entering her 10th season at her alma mater after serving the past nine as an assistant coach. A 2002 graduate of Saint Joseph’s, Moran is responsible for post development, opponent scouting, international recruiting, and equipment. Working with the post players for the... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ANNOUNCES 2012-13 SCHEDULE

PHILADELPHIA – Saint Joseph’s has announced its 2012-13 women's basketball schedule, as the Atlantic 10 Conference finalized its full league schedule on Tuesday. The Hawks will potentially face 16 teams that advanced to the postseason last year and are slated for two nationally televised games. Additionally, Saint Joseph’s will host the opening three rounds of the 2013 Atlantic 10 Women's Basketball Championships, March 8-10, with the title game conducted in conjunction with the men's semifinal... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S MEN’S SOCCER SNAPS FOUR-GAME LOSING STREAK WITH 3-0 WIN OVER RIDER

Critzos and Brennan Score for Hawks; D’Ottavi Records First Shutout of Season Sept. 15, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - The Saint Joseph’s men's soccer team snapped a four-game losing streak on Saturday evening, September 15, as it shutout the Broncs from Rider University, 3-0. Sophomore Alex Critzos and senior Tim Brennan led the way on the offensive attack for the Hawks, scoring two goals and one goal, respectively. Senior goalkeeper Andrew D’Ottavi was flawless in the net,... Read more →


Hawkins' Late Goal Leads Saint Joseph's Women's Soccer Past Delaware, 2-1

NEWARK, Del. - The Saint Joseph's women's soccer team snapped its losing streak on Friday as the Hawks downed Delaware, 2-1, on a late goal by junior Mo Hawkins. Hawkins' tally in the 83rd minute, coupled with freshman Shannon Westhead's goal, helped SJU improve to 4-3-1 on the season. Following a scoreless first half, Saint Joseph's took a 1-0 lead in the 58th minute as Westhead tallied her first collegiate goal. A shot by Hawkins... Read more →


A-10 Women’s Basketball Championship Game Headed to Barclays Center in Brooklyn

Game will be first women’s game at new arena; First three rounds will remain at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – The Atlantic 10 Conference will play its 2013 Women’s Basketball Championship game at the new state-of-the-art Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the league office announced on Thursday. The women’s championship finale will be conducted in conjunction with the men’s semifinal contests on Saturday, March 16 and will be televised on the ESPN... Read more →


Black To Be Inducted Into Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame On November 8

Former Hawk Debbie Black will be inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on November 8. July 19, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - Former Saint Joseph's women's basketball standout Debbie Black has been named one of 16 inductees into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2012, organization officials announced Thursday afternoon. Arguably the top all-around female athlete in the history of Saint Joseph's University, Debbie Black helped to lead the Hawks to four consecutive... Read more →


Video/Glenn Beck: Catholics Under Attack!

03/13/12 Link submited by George F. Cleary related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel Why is The Pope packing the Cardinals with conservative bishops?Your browser does not support iframes. Related articles The Catholic Crackdown on Feminism, Continued (bigthink.com) Analysis: Socially conservative Catholics care about social justice (scotsman.com) Read more →


St. Joseph Claims First Liberty Bell Classic Title with 6-3 Win over Penn

Kumpel's Two-Run Home Run Puts Hawks on Top; Cirillo Drives in Three Greg Kumpel's first home run of the season helped power the Hawks to their first Liberty Bell Classic title April 17, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - Every youngster that ever puts on a baseball glove dreams of playing in a big-league ballpark and getting the championship-winning hit for the hometown team. On Tuesday night, the members of the Saint Joseph's baseball team lived out that... Read more →


Liberty Bell Classic Championship Game Features Quakers vs Hawks Tuesday Night

The giant Liberty Bell replica at Citizens Bank Park (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Championship Game Set The University of Pennsylvania Quakers will take on the St. Joseph University Hawks in the 21st Annual Liberty Bell Classic championship game at Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. Semi-final action was held on Tuesday, April 3 and featured the Quakers at the LaSalle University Explorers on one side of the bracket and the Hawks hosted... Read more →


SJU’S ALEX PRACHER NAMED BIG 5 BASEBALL PITCHER OF THE WEEK

Tossed Seven Shutout Innings as Hawks Swept Saint Louis PHILADELPHIA – Saint Joseph’s graduate student Alex Pracher (Marlton, N.J./Cherokee) was named the Philadelphia Big 5 Baseball Pitcher of the Week for April 2-8, it was announced on Tuesday afternoon. Pracher tossed seven shutout innings as the Hawks defeated Saint Louis on Saturday to secure a series sweep. Pracher allowed just five hits in his seven innings of work on Saturday, striking out eight Billikens while... Read more →


SJU Slam Dunks A-10 Tournament

Philadelphia, St. Joe’s host Atlantic 10 Women’s Basketball Championship For the eighth time in conference history, Saint Joseph's University hosted the Atlantic 10 Women's Basketball Championship. From March 2-5, the Hawks' Hagan Arena boasted over 8,600 fans during the 11-game tournament, surpassing daily attendance from the previous three years by more than 1,000 fans per game. On the court, three Philadelphia schools competed for the A-10 crown as La Salle, Temple and the host Hawks... Read more →


David Valesente '10 Signs with Pittsburgh Pirates Organization

March 14, 2012 BRADENTON, Fla. - Former Saint Joseph's baseball player David Valesente has signed a professional contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. The 2010 graduate is the fourth student-athlete to play under head coach Fritz Hamburg at Saint Joseph's before going on to sign with a major league club. Valesente joins pitchers Randy Mower '10 (Washington Nationals), A.J. Holland '12 (Atlanta Braves), and Ryan Kemp '12 (Cincinnati Reds) on the list of recent Hawks... Read more →


COLLEGE BASEBALL: Hawks Win Home Opener, Hokies Rally to Beat Cavaliers

SAINT JOSEPH’S WINS HOME OPENER, 5-1, OVER IONA AS BASEBALL RETURNS TO HAWK HILL Hawks Win First Game at New On-Campus Home MERION STATION, Pa. – After their final home game of the 1958 season, the Saint Joseph’s baseball team left the field and then left campus, playing home games at numerous ballparks across the region. On Friday, the Hawks returned home, ushering in a new era of Saint Joseph’s baseball with a 5-1 win... Read more →


College Sports: Hawks Fall Short, TCNJ Win Streak Ends | cnbnews.net

Hawks Drop 71-68 Decision to St. Bonaventure in A-10 Quarterfinals Jones Scores 24 Points in a Game That Featured 24 Lead Changes Carl Jones March 9, 2012 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - Saint Joseph's fell short to St. Bonaventure 71-68, in the quarterfinals of the 2012 Atlantic 10 Championship at Boardwalk Hall, in a game that saw 24 lead changes and nine ties. St. Bonaventure (18-11), the fourth seed, will advance to play Massachusetts in the... Read more →


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASEBALL TO OPEN NEW HOME FIELD ON FRIDAY

Hawks Return to Campus for First Time Since 1958 MERION STATION, Pa. – After 53 seasons of playing home games away from campus, the Saint Joseph’s baseball team will play the first game at its new ballpark on Friday, March 9. The Hawks, who last played on campus in 1958, will take up residence on the James J. Maguire ’58 Campus beginning with Friday’s game against the Iona Gaels. First pitch is set for 3:00... Read more →


SJU BASEBALL FALLS AT EAST TENNESSEE STATE, 12-4

Kancylarz Goes 4-for-5 with Two RBI JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Freshman Stefan Kancylarz (Mount Laurel, N.J./Lenape) was 4-for-5 with a pair of runs batted in, but the Saint Joseph’s baseball team ultimately dropped a 12-4 result at East Tennessee State on Friday afternoon. Saint Joseph’s (1-3) scored all of its runs in the ninth inning after the Bucs used a nine-run second inning to power their way to victory. After an RBI groundout by Kerry... Read more →


Saint Joe's Baseball Looking Forward to Playing Ball on New Field

Feb. 14, 2012 MERION STATION, Pa. - After its last home game of the 1958 season, the Saint Joseph's baseball team walked off of Finnesey Field for the final time. Head coach and Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer Jack Ramsay was in his third and final season leading the team, which ended the season on a six-game losing streak. Finnesey Field would undergo some work during the following season, sending the Hawk nine out on... Read more →


Saint Joe's Announces Seven-Member Class of 2016 Includes Rams' Standout John Brue

Outstanding Student-Athletes Set to Join Squad for 2013 season Jan. 13, 2012 PHILADELPHIA - Head coach Fritz Hamburg and the Saint Joseph's baseball coaching staff have announced the addition of seven student-athletes to the Saint Joseph's Class of 2016. John Brue, Joey Gorman, Matt Haskins, Jason Holcomb, Shane Marvel, Nate Shank, and Dallas Wilson will join the Hawks in the fall of 2012. "I am very excited about this group of student-athletes that will matriculate... Read more →