Manhattan College Golf Team Looks Toward Future Success With New Head Coach & Facilities

By Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor  The Manhattan College men’s golf team is expecting to rebuild itself in upcoming seasons with the addition of a new head coach and new facilities to practice and compete in. The new head coach, Keith Prokop, previously coached the Dominican University golf team and also has played golf at the professional level for about eight years. He won the CACC … Continue reading Manhattan College Golf Team Looks Toward Future Success With New Head Coach & Facilities

Golf Team Loses Coach To St. John’s, Anticipates New Coach Before Fall Season

By, Angelica Niedermeyer, Asst. Sports Editor Manhattan College’s men’s golf coach Phil Wildermuth has accepted a coaching position at St. John’s University. “[Wildermuth is a] great guy and coach for the Jaspers,” says Director of Athletics Marianne Reilly, “but was offered a wonderful opportunity at St John’s.”  With 16 years of professional coaching experience, including 10 years at Pelham Country Club and 4 years at … Continue reading Golf Team Loses Coach To St. John’s, Anticipates New Coach Before Fall Season

Jasper Golf Swings into Spring Season

By Lauren Raziano, Web Editor and Assistant Sports Editor  The Manhattan College Golf team was picked 8th in the MAAC Conference and is planning to rise the ranks this season. They started off slow, finishing ninth at the Sacred Heart Invitational, which was held at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla. This past weekend, the Jaspers finished 20th on the final day of the Battle … Continue reading Jasper Golf Swings into Spring Season

Fall 2018 Sports Recap

by JOHN JACKSON, Sports Editor Basketball Both teams kicked off their seasons with a Draddy Gymnasium double-header on Nov. 6. The women’s team took down LIU Brooklyn 61-46 while the men fell 62-56 to Elon. Since then, the women have been on a five-game losing streak; three of those game being decided by six or less points. The men picked up two wins in their … Continue reading Fall 2018 Sports Recap

Summer Break Sports Recap: New Coaches, Alumni Success and More

by JOHN JACKSON, Sports Editor A lot has happened around Manhattan College athletics since the Jaspers finished their finals to conclude the spring 2018 semester. Over the past few months, there have been teams that finished their 2018 seasons, teams that welcomed incoming student-athletes and coaches, former Jaspers continuing on their playing careers, preseason honors and polls released and a few sports with seasons that … Continue reading Summer Break Sports Recap: New Coaches, Alumni Success and More

Senior Johnny Schob Wraps Up His Time on the Golf Team

by C. GARRETT KEIDEL, Asst. Editor Johnny Schob is a business management major from Long Island, N.Y. In his senior year playing golf, he hopes to finally get that elusive MAAC win that has been so close to achieving in the last few seasons. Schob was one of five Jaspers to place in the top-ten of the Fox Club Shootout as he ended in a … Continue reading Senior Johnny Schob Wraps Up His Time on the Golf Team

A Bright Future Is Ahead For The Golf Team

by Ariel Pacheco Contributor After coming off of a second place finish in last year’s MAAC Men’s golf championship, Manhattan’s golf team looks to build off of that impressive finish in this year’s upcoming MAAC golf championship. “We’re ahead of last year’s pace,” said Frank Darby, who is in his second year as head coach of the golf program. “This is a very talented team that … Continue reading A Bright Future Is Ahead For The Golf Team

JASPERS Sports Recap

Men’s Lacrosse Manhattan earned its first win of the season on April 16 after a rousing 11-10 overtime victory over Marist. Nick Strano scored his third goal of the game just 21 seconds into overtime to get the win for Manhattan. The Jaspers improved to 3-10 overall and 1-3 in the MAAC. Strano and Parker Giarratana led the team with three and four goals respectively. … Continue reading JASPERS Sports Recap

Source: Manhattan And Iona Are Dark Horses For MAAC Title

The Manhattan College turnover started in spring ‘14 when it said goodbye to seniors Chris Calabro, its captain; Paul Toohey; and Jonathan Feuer. Veteran leadership responsibilities were automatically handed down to Mike Giannico, James Edgeworth and Ross Ketner. They were set to be role-models to the incoming freshman class of Ryan Lynch, Johnny Schob, Charles Seward and Jonny Slater. The following spring, Manhattan added Jon … Continue reading Source: Manhattan And Iona Are Dark Horses For MAAC Title