Magazine Archive

Coach McDevitt rejoins the home team
Mike McDevitt '83 is back on home court, so to speak. The former basketball star and women's basketball coach at Saint Joseph's has returned to coach the women...
Getting into game day
by Sadie Fenton '10 It's 1:30 p.m. on game day and with Rascal Flats' "Fast Cars and Freedom" blasting from her iPod, sophomore Shannon Fitzgerald, a fullback and midfielder on the women's soccer team, begins her stretches. On this particular fall day the team is undefeate...
Men's basketball team wins championship...and our hearts
by Charmaine Daniels February Fabulous led to March Madness for the men's basketball team, as it headed t...
New athletics web site, college partnership and service learning program
Service learning where everyone learns Talk about a win-win. With the help of a $2,500 grant from the Fisher Charitable Foundation, education professor Dr. Janice Rey created a new service-learning program at a local, urban school that does many things at once for the benefit of all. Usi...
Men's Soccer - GNAC Conference Champions
The men's soccer team won its first-ever title when it beat Emerson College to become the 2009 Great Northeast Athletic Conference Champions i...
Swim team makes a splash
Hard work pays off for St. Joe's swimmers in strong second year by Kayla Collins '11 Photos: David...
Talk with triple athlete Ryan Prescott '09
by Megan Watson '11 Senior physical education major Ryan Prescott is an honors student and triple athlete at Saint Joseph's, though he wasn't always encouraged to play sports in high school. Born in Manchester, N.H., he moved with his mom and siblings to Quebec, where they lived on ...
St. Joe’s athletics finds a home in the Great Northeast
The Saint Joseph's College athletic programs enjoyed a tremendous inaugural year in the Great Northeast Athletic Conferenc...
Newest Monks teams make their debut
St. Joe's not only entered the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) in the previous academic year, but also added swimming and lacrosse to its athletic repertoire.
High scoring runs in the family
Linda Freeman ’81 and daughter Carolyn Freeman ’10 both earned more than 1,000 points during their basketball careers at St...
Former St. Joe's star plays pro basketball overseas
Chad Pulkkinen ’07 is playing professional basketball in England. While his classmates pursue graduate degrees or...
Monks Basketball Recognition Day
Greg Collymore ’94 is introduced to the crowd as one of the day’s honorees. The gym was filled on February 23 as the SJC ...
The monk: a case of unmistaken identity
It is said that change is inevitable. To Brian Curtin, not only is it inevitable, it is a huge step in the right direction. Less than one year after...
Talk
Mike Foster ’08 of Pembroke, N.H., left, and John-Henry Spezzaferri ’08 of Winchester, Mass., want Saint Joseph’s hockey fans to come ...
Coach Lewis helps field hockey team land in the ECAC championship game
Rupert Lewis led the field hockey team to a 14-7 record, its very first post-season playoff and the best finish in the program's history. Two y...
Triumphant season captivates campus
Chad Pulkkinen '06 gets one by a defender. The Saint Joseph's men's basketball team finished the season with the most wins in the la...
Monks in Motion
New conference, new sports, new athletic director Athletic director, Brian Curtin The behind-the-scenes work on conf...
Happy trails to you
Sarah Gapp of Clinton, N. Y., runs on the improved trail system during a cross country invitational meet. The sound of a...
Winning baseball coach puts players first
As a player, Will Sanborn practiced patience at home plate, like the baseball Hall-of-Famer he admired. He appreciated Wade Boggs' tendency to s...
Upstart Monks show New England their mettle
The Saint Joseph’s College baseball team made history with a thrilling run in the NCAA New England Regional Tournament in the spring. After winning the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Championship, the Monks headed to Connecticut to participate in the regional tournament for the ...
Other campus news
Basketball program wins prestigious sportsmanship award Men's basketball head coach Rob Sanicola '99 accepted the 2009-10 Collegiate Basketball Officials Association (CBOA) Schoenfeld Award presented to the college or university, which in the judgment of the CBOA membership, best ex...
Softball and baseball teams earn conference championships
The Saint Joseph’s College softball and baseball teams capped incredible spring seasons when both appeared in the NCAA Tournament for Division III. Both teams landed at the tourney after earlier winning the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Tournament Championships.
Former Monks power pitcher shows major moves
Southpaw Charlie Furbush makes it all the way to the Seattle Mariners pitching roster
Monks Men’s Programs Combine to Win GNAC Commissioner’s Cup
Each year, 13 schools around the Northeast compete for top honors in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC). Saint Joseph’s men’s and women’s sports teams have always placed well, but this year, for the first time in the five years since joining the GNAC, the Saint Joseph's men's sports teams took home the Commissioner's Cup.
Athletics Hall of Fame 2012
Congratulations to the newly-inducted members of Saint Joseph’s College Athletics Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held Saturday, November 10, 2012.
Coach Putnam puts new track and field team on path for success
Saint Joseph’s inaugural varsity track and field team has enjoyed a great deal of success in their premiere season under the leadership of Coach Ray Putnam.
Keeping up with the Monks: 2012-2013 Season Highlights
The Monks earned 253 individual honors, including 79 academic accolades, 42 All-Conference awards and 63 weekly honors.