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November 18, 2014 | BY DICK JERARDI, Daily News Staff Writer jerardd@phillynews.com
POINTS WERE always going to be a premium this season for Saint Joseph's, as the Hawks lost so much scoring from the Atlantic 10 champions. Hard to tell what was going to be up with Drexel's offense as two potential starters were on the bench last night, wearing matching walking boots. Legendary University of the Sciences coach Dave Pauley, seated right behind press row at Drexel's DAC, watched the first few minutes last night and declared "first team to 50 wins. " He was correct.
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February 11, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Amber Harris scored a season-high 23 points and No. 6 Xavier earned its 10th straight win with a 63-56 victory over visiting Saint Joseph's in a women's basketball matchup last night. Xavier (19-3, 9-0 Atlantic 10) opened with an 11-0 run and never trailed. The Hawks (12-12, 4-4) used an 11-0 run that cut the lead to 59-56 with 55 seconds left. Michelle Baker led Saint Joseph's with 12 points. In another women's game: At Temple, the Owls (18-6) scored 39 points in the second half en route to a 66-54 win over UMass (9-15)
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July 20, 2010
Saint Joseph's men's basketball program, yesterday, announced its opponents schedule for the 2010-11 season and it includes 11 games on campus, in Hagen Arena. The Hawks will open at home against Western Kentucky and will then travel to Penn State to take on the Nittany Lions at the Bryce Jordan Center. In all, the Hawks will face 15 teams that reached postseason play last season. The University of Minnesota of the Big Ten will be visiting Hawk Hill, as will Siena, the three-time defending MAAC champion that is now coached by former Villanova assistant Mitch Buonaguro.
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January 13, 2013 | By John Perrotto, FOR THE INQUIRER
PITTSBURGH - St. Joseph's has had a habit of blowing second-half leads over the last two seasons. Just when it looked as if that was going to happen again Saturday night, the Hawks held on for a 74-66 victory over Duquesne in an Atlantic Ten game at the Palumbo Center. St. Joseph's (9-5, 1-1 A-10) built a 10-point lead, 40-30, in the final minute of the first half, but watched Duquesne tie it at 51-51 on Quevyn Winters' three-point field goal with 9:35 left However, Ronald Roberts answered the three with a traditional three-pointer.
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March 11, 2014 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
BY NOW, after 60 college basketball games in every sort of arena and setting, identities usually are set. And then, there are this season's editions at Saint Joseph's and La Salle. Each was outplayed by a lesser team on their home court on Senior Day; most recently, St. Joe's, by La Salle, yesterday, 71-63. It was La Salle's third win in its last four games, but a Senior Day loss to George Mason on Thursday laid barer than ever its most damning shortcomings: lack of scoring and an unproductive perimeter defense, fatal flaws on a guard-heavy team.
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November 9, 2012 | by Dick Jerardi, jerardd@phillynews.com
Coach: Phil Martelli (320-223, 18th year) Last season: 20-14, (9-7 A-10) Postseason: NIT, Lost in first round to Northern Iowa, 67-65 Last league title: 1997 Last NCAA berth: 2008 PROJECTED STARTERS C C. J. Aiken Jr. 10.9P 5.1R F Halil Kanacevic Jr. 8.3P 8.3R F Ronald Roberts Jr 10.9P 5.9R G Tay Jones Sr. 17.0P 3.3R G Langston Galloway Jr. 15.5P 4.5R KEY RESERVES F Daryus Quarles Jr. 4.7P 2.3R ...
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May 1, 2015
OBI ROMEO, a 6-10 forward who played sparingly as a freshman last season, will transfer from Saint Joseph's. He played in just four games for the 13-18 Hawks, averaging 6.5 minutes. Romeo, who came to this country from Nigeria in 2011, was recruited from Greenbrier East High School in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., where he averaged 13 points, 14 rebounds and 4.5 blocks as a senior. "You can't find a better human being, better teammate or harder-working student than Obi," said St. Joe's coach Phil Martelli.
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November 4, 2011
SAINT JOSEPH'S and SportsRadio 610 WIP have announced a new partnership for the airing of Hawks' men's basketball beginning this season. The Saint Joseph's broadcast team of Matt Martucci and Joe Lunardi will return for their third season together, while Lunardi is entering his 22nd season as the Hawks' color analyst. WIP will also be the home of head coach Phil Martelli's "HawkTalk" radio show, which will air once a week beginning in January.  
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March 19, 2010
Saint Joseph's was unable to hang on to a one-point halftime lead and fell to Virginia Commonwealth, 74-63, in first-round women's NIT action at Hagan Arena last night. The Hawks (17-15), who led at the half, 37-36, found a second-half shooting surge from VCU hard to contain. Ashley Logue (17 points) led Saint Joseph's. Courtney Hurt (29 points) and D'Andra Moss (27 points, 11 rebounds) led VCU, who face Hofstra in the second round. In another WNIT game: Richmond cut short Delaware's WNIT run with a 67-49 final at the Carpenter Center.
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December 11, 2008 | by Chuck Bausman
Villanova and Saint Joseph's first played each other on Jan. 15, 1921. The Wildcats won, 31-22. From 1921 to '39, the teams met 13 times with Villanova winning 12. The teams didn't meet again until 1955, which started a streak of six consecutive Saint Joseph's victories. The rivalry: Villanova leads series, 41-24 The teams have split the last six games, with five of the games being decided by double-digit margins. Interestingly, the closest game was in 2004, a seven-point Hawks win, the year of Saint Joseph's 27-0 regular season, a team led by Jameer Nelson and Delonte West.
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May 8, 2015 | BY GARRETT MILEY, For the Daily News
MOST COLLEGE students are busy. Most student-athletes are even busier. You don't know busy until you've seen Saint Joseph's graduate student Myra McCann's color-coded planner. In addition to pursuing her master's degree, she is a redshirt senior coxswain on the women's rowing team and a Miss New Jersey contestant. She also helps with the Precious Gem Pageant in New Jersey, a pageant for girls with special needs. With the Dad Vail Regatta coming up this weekend, McCann and her teammates are eager for the challenge that the largest intercollegiate rowing event in the United States will provide.
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May 1, 2015
OBI ROMEO, a 6-10 forward who played sparingly as a freshman last season, will transfer from Saint Joseph's. He played in just four games for the 13-18 Hawks, averaging 6.5 minutes. Romeo, who came to this country from Nigeria in 2011, was recruited from Greenbrier East High School in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., where he averaged 13 points, 14 rebounds and 4.5 blocks as a senior. "You can't find a better human being, better teammate or harder-working student than Obi," said St. Joe's coach Phil Martelli.
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March 13, 2015 | The Inquirer Staff
Villa Maria Academy took charge during the first day of the PIAA Class AA Swimming and Diving Championships Wednesday at Bucknell University. The Hurricanes' 200-yard medley (Emily Cornell, Katelyn Chick, Olivia Giampietro, Julie Dobson) and 200 freestyle relay (Maura McManus, Giampietro, Cornell, Dobson) finished first as the team accumulated 153 points. Second-place Fairview has 77. Villa Joseph Marie senior Alexa Fabbri placed first in the girls' 100 butterfly with a time of 55.04 seconds.
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March 13, 2015 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
FROM HEAD to toe, everything about DeAndre' Bembry indicates he is more style than substance. His audacious Afro transfixes everyone who sees him, on City Avenue or in a Saint Joseph's classroom or in Hagen Arena. Nearly as wide as his shoulders and cropped over his ears, it is a mushroom cloud of basketball funk, an explosion of retro chic. On his chin he grows a wispy goatee more than 2 inches long. It has never been shaved. Glance down and witness psychedelic socks. The inevitable tattoos, the predictable piercings - they all would represent his further, deep need for notice; his well of insecurity; his ache for individuality.
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March 12, 2015
Temple senior Will Cummings was named to first-team all-American Athletic Conference. Teammate Jaylen Bond, a junior, made honorable mention. Cummings will receive consideration for AAC player of the year, which will be announced tomorrow. Saint Joseph's DeAndre' Bembry was named first-team all-Atlantic 10, becoming the first sophomore since Delonte West in 2004 to earn the honor. La Salle's Jordan Price was named second-team all-league.
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March 8, 2015 | BY RICK O'BRIEN, Staff Writer robrien@phillynews.com
NEUMANN-GORETTI fought past Imhotep Charter last week to repeat as District 12 Class AAA boys' basketball champion, but Dhamir "DaDa" Cosby-Roundtree was less than satisfied with his own performance. "I played real timid," the 6-8, 195-pound sophomore center said. "I wasn't mentally prepared. That's unacceptable. " Cosby-Roundtree was considerably more locked in last night in a PIAA state opener against District 3's Gettysburg. The rising uncerclassman netted 14 points and nine rebounds, including five on offense, as the Saints cruised to a 77-29 victory at Archbishop Ryan.
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March 5, 2015 | By Dick Jerardi, Daily News Columnist
I HAPPENED to be walking out of the gym at the same time as Villanova coach Jay Wright after his team had crushed Seton Hall on Feb. 16. On the way to our cars, as we talked about Villanova's season, he mentioned how they were trying a model for success that included juniors and seniors starting while freshmen and sophomores get minutes and get better. Call it "Four and Done. " Wright specifically mentioned freshman Phil Booth as a player who really gets what they are trying to do. In fact, the coach had talked about Booth at his news conference that night, saying he's never had a player with such obvious ability so readily accept the limited role he had been given.
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February 27, 2015 | BY HOWARD HERMAN, For the Daily News
AMHERST, Mass. - The last time Phil Martelli's Saint Joseph's Hawks won a road game, they hadn't even unwrapped their Christmas presents. Last night, DeAndre' Bembry gifted the Hawks a career-high scoring performance and a big Atlantic 10 Conference win over the University of Massachusetts. Bembry had a career-best 33 points to go with 14 rebounds and four assists as the Hawks ended a nine-game road losing streak, and a three-game overall skid, with an 82-71 win over UMass.
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February 27, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
TEMPLE'S Larry Dougherty is among the six-person class that will be inducted into the College Sports Information Directors of America Hall of Fame on June 15 during the organization's 58th national convention in Orlando, Fla. A past CoSIDA president (2010-11), Dougherty is in his 12th year on North Broad, where he is the senior associate athletic director for communications. Before that he spent 15 years at his alma mater, Saint Joseph's, where his father, Andy, was the SID from 1972-81.
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February 20, 2015 | BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK, For the Daily News
DAYTON, Ohio - With 4.5 seconds left in last night's game against Dayton and the Hawks down by two, DeAndre' Bembry had the ball and the chance to tie the game. Saint Joseph's had outshot and outrebounded the Flyers all game. The Hawks had a chance to end Dayton's 18-game home win streak and end their own seven-game road losing streak. Instead, Bembry lost the ball, awkwardly dribbling it out of bounds under the basket. The critical turnover abruptly sealed a 68-64 loss. "We messed up the last play.
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