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Photo of Junior Mackenzie Smith attacks Villanova defender Bella Runyan during the 2024 Women’s Basketball Invitation Tournament Quarterfinals, March 28.

Women’s basketball is ready to build off record-breaking season

Mia Messina April 10, 2024

All good things must come to an end, but the ending came a little sooner than the St. Joe’s women’s basketball team had hoped for, with a 67-59 loss at Big 5 rival Villanova March 28 in the quarterfinals...

The field hockey team celebrates with their trophy after defeating VCU 1-0 in the A10 Championship. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Taking back the A10 throne

Tyler Nice November 9, 2021

The St. Joe’s field hockey team is once again the Atlantic 10 (A10) Champion. After advancing to the championship game with a 8-1 semifinal throttling of the Richmond University Spiders, the Hawks earned...


“Bracketologist” Joe Lunardi shares his perspective on March Madness cancellation

Ryan Mulligan March 14, 2020

“I just walked around in a daze for awhile,” Joe Lunardi said on the phone March 14, just two days after the decision was made to cancel the 2020 NCAA Tournament. “Kind of like ‘alright what do...

The St. Joe’s club hockey program will be celebrating their 50th season this year. PHOTO: Courtesy of Griffin Pierce ’20

Men’s hockey undefeated in tournament

Lily Steele November 12, 2019

For the first time in the program’s almost 50 year history, the St. Joe’s men’s ice hockey club team went 3-0 at the Stephen Russell Memorial Tournament this past weekend in Wilmington, North...

The field hockey team secured their third consecutive A-10 championship title and fourth consecutive regular season title. PHOTO: Brian McWalters/Atlantic 10

Back to back to back

Sam Britt November 12, 2019

St. Joe's field hockey earns third consecutive Atlantic 10 title The seconds ticked down, from five to four to three. That is when it started to hit the St. Joe’s field hockey team that they were about...

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