Joe Jacques: Walking Out On Top

by CHARLES LIPPOLIS, Senior Writer In sports, it seems as if the triumphant story of a collegiate walk-on athlete jumps to the top of headlines every season. Manhattan College graduate student Joe Jacques is just the one you haven’t heard about yet. “It was pretty stressful times, I didn’t know what I was doing,” said Jacques, as he recalled the final weeks before submitting his … Continue reading Joe Jacques: Walking Out On Top

What Baseball Means to Manhattan College

Baseball is a game deeply ingrained in the identity of Manhattan College. Brother Jasper of Mary F.S.C., the same man who would become the inspiration for the school’s nickname, founded the college’s baseball team late in the 19th century. He would wear many hats during his time at Manhattan. Starting as the head of resident students in 1861, Brother Jasper would also become the prefect … Continue reading What Baseball Means to Manhattan College

Gaels Top Jaspers in Men’s Quarterfinal

On Saturday Mar. 3, the Manhattan College men’s basketball team fell to their rival Iona Gaels in the quarterfinals of the MAAC Tournament by a score of 72-60, ending the Jaspers’ season. After the team’s second first-game elimination in as many years, head coach Steve Masiello was beside himself while having to say goodbye to a senior class he adored. “These four seniors…are as classy … Continue reading Gaels Top Jaspers in Men’s Quarterfinal

Jaspers Outlast Bobcats in Double OT Thriller on Senior Day

On Sunday night, the Manhattan College men’s basketball team fought through two overtime periods to secure a 92-86 victory over Quinnipiac in a Senior Day thriller. In poetic fashion, the night was spearheaded by the efforts of Manhattan basketball’s graduating class. Zavier Turner led all scorers with 31 points and eight assists, Rich Williams added 23 points and 11 rebounds, Zane Waterman notched 14 points … Continue reading Jaspers Outlast Bobcats in Double OT Thriller on Senior Day

Jaspers Take Down Hawks 93-76

Saturday night, the Manhattan College Men’s Basketball team trumped MAAC rival Monmouth by a score of 93-76. The Jaspers were led by senior forward Zane Waterman and senior guard Zavier Turner, who poured in 28 and 25 points respectively. Waterman went for eight rebounds, while Turner added five assists in the team’s win. While the pair of seniors were responsible for over half of the … Continue reading Jaspers Take Down Hawks 93-76

Protect the Culture: A Mission Statement From Pauly Paulicap

In an interview with The Quadrangle before the season, Men’s Basketball head coach Steve Masiello offered a statement on each of the newcomers to the 2017-2018 team. Without prompt, Masiello jumped to address unknown sophomore transfer, power forward/center Pauly Paulicap, first. “He brings great energy and passion to the game of basketball, and reminds me a lot of Rhamel Brown,” Masiello said. Masiello would also … Continue reading Protect the Culture: A Mission Statement From Pauly Paulicap

Manhattan Falls 78-65 to Iona at NYCB Live

On Saturday Jan. 27, the Manhattan College Men’s Basketball team fell 78-65 to the Iona Gaels in a matchup that was hosted by NYCB Live in Uniondale, N.Y. Head coaches Steve Masiello (MAN) and Tim Cluess (IONA) both agreed that the event was good for the growth and promotion of the MAAC. “It was a nice arena, it was a nice venue and it was … Continue reading Manhattan Falls 78-65 to Iona at NYCB Live

Manhattan Falls to Canisius at Home, 68-59

On Friday night, Manhattan College’s men’s basketball team fell to Canisius College by a score of 68-59. The loss brought Manhattan to fifth place in conference play with a record of 4-3. The game featured a hard-fought first half that ended with the Jaspers out in front, 28-27. As he has done on several occasions this season, sensational sophomore transfer, Pauly Paulicap, anchored the team … Continue reading Manhattan Falls to Canisius at Home, 68-59

Men’s Basketball to Host Charity Event

On Friday, Nov. 3, the Manhattan College Men’s Basketball team will square off with Sacred Heart University in a charity game to support hurricane relief funds in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. The game will be held at 8:00pm in Draddy Gymnasium, and there will be suggested donation of five dollars at the entry gate. 100 percent of the proceeds will then be forwarded to … Continue reading Men’s Basketball to Host Charity Event