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The Hawk News

St. Joe’s next game is March 6 at Sweeney Field against Monmouth University. PHOTO: KELLY SHANNON 24/THE HAWK

St. Joe’s men’s lacrosse team off to a strong start

Adam Fine March 2, 2022

Only four games into the season, the St. Joe’s men’s lacrosse team is at an ideal spot. With only one loss (a tight 11-12 defeat to the University of Delaware) and holding a 3-1 record, the Hawks...

First-year guard Eric Reynolds II takes a fadeaway jumper against Brandon Slater. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

‘The Holy War’: Men’s basketball takes lessons away from Villanova loss

Adam Fine December 7, 2021

The Villanova University Wildcats were firing on all cylinders Saturday when they defeated St. Joe’s, 81-52, while the usually reliable sharpshooters for the Hawks misfired badly, shooting 22% from three....

Sara Nilssen Kilen has played for the U18 and U16 Norwegian National Teams. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

International student athletes navigate new world at St. Joe’s

Adam Fine October 26, 2021

Adjusting to college and athletics is tough for any American student athlete, but international student athletes have an even more arduous process to find a new home far away from home.  Unlike athletes...

The St. Joes field hockey team celebrates during their contest against Rutgers University on Sept. 12, 2021

St. Joe’s field hockey makes history with back-to-back top-10 wins

Adam Fine September 21, 2021

St. Joe’s field hockey proved this week that it won’t be intimidated by any opponent. The Hawks defeated the three-time defending national champion and No. 4 North Carolina Tar Heels, 3-2, at an electric...

In the 2019 Dad Vail Regatta, the St, Joe’s Varsity Eight finished 15th out of 23 boats.

Women’s rowers race toward A-10 match-up

Adam Fine April 27, 2021

St. Joe’s women’s rowing has nine races this season, but only two are important: the one that gets them to the top of the Atlantic 10 (A-10) Tournament, and the one they are currently training for.   That,...

The popularity of golf grew approximately 20% during the pandemic when compared to previous years.

Golf swings in popularity thanks to coronavirus pandemic

Adam Fine April 13, 2021

Chris Barletta, club manager and head golf professional at Bala Golf Club in Philadelphia, has been nervous about his club ever since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. But Barletta’s concern is...

Women’s soccer was one of the first teams to wear Black Lives Matter warm-up gear.

St. Joe’s teams show support for Black Lives Matter movement

Adam Fine March 9, 2021

In the wake of nationwide demonstrations for racial justice last summer, St. Joe’s Director of Athletics Jill Bodensteiner, J.D., said she encouraged student athletes to “engage in dialogue” that...

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