Women’s Basketball Steals a Win at Canisius, Falls to Quinnipiac

By, Kyla Guilfoil, Managing Editor/Sports Editor The Jaspers’ women’s basketball team snagged a road win at Canisius, but fell to Quinnipiac days later at home. With a 7-12 record, the team faces pressure to perform in their remaining 10 games of the season.  On Jan. 21, the Jaspers took a 64-48 win against Canisius, taking control of the Golden Griffith’s court early on into the … Continue reading Women’s Basketball Steals a Win at Canisius, Falls to Quinnipiac

Masiello Returns to Draddy in Rivalry Match-Up

By, Maddie Mulkigian, Senior Writer The added anxiety surrounding the rivalry match-up between the Manhattan Jaspers and the Iona Gaels reached its climax on Friday, Feb. 20, as 2,345 fans entered Draddy Gymnasium. This game was vital to the Jaspers’ standing in the MAAC Conference and the ultimate test of whether or not the Jaspers could match up against Rick Pitino’s talented squad. On top … Continue reading Masiello Returns to Draddy in Rivalry Match-Up

Basketball Player Daniel Schreier Returns to the Court in Inspiring Recovery

By, Karen Flores, Arts and Entertainment Editor Manhattan College’s Daniel Schreier made his return to the court nearly four years after a series of surgeries kept him benched from Feb. 2019 until Dec. 2022.  Schreier, graduate student and forward player for MC’s basketball team, returned to the court on Dec. 30, 2022 in the team’s match-up against St. Peter’s.  Basketball has been a significant part … Continue reading Basketball Player Daniel Schreier Returns to the Court in Inspiring Recovery

Joe Jacques: From the Bronx to Boston

Manhattan College Alum Joe Jacques was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the Rule 5 draft. GOJASPERS.COM/ COURTESY By: Isaiah Rosario, Asst. Sports Editor Joe Jacques ‘18, a walk-on Manhattan College baseball alum, has been drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the Rule 5 draft.  The Rule 5 draft allows baseball teams that do not have a 40-man roster to select specific players … Continue reading Joe Jacques: From the Bronx to Boston

The Season is Not Over For Manhattan’s Women’s Basketball Team, Despite Current Standing

Dee Dee Davis (1), Emily LaPointe (11), and Anne Bair (2) take the court against the Siena Saints. @NCAAMARCHMADNESS(TWITTER)/ COURTESY By: Maddie Mulkigian, Senior Writer After an upset win against the current second seed Siena, the Manhattan College Women’s Basketball team remains stuck at the bottom of the MAAC rankings as they approach the second half of their season. While the Lady J’s can’t seem to … Continue reading The Season is Not Over For Manhattan’s Women’s Basketball Team, Despite Current Standing

Manhattan Basketball Falls to Iona in Overtime

Masiello joined former-mentor Rick Pitino’s (right) coaching staff as Director of Basketball Operations. (From left to right) Ricky Johns, Steve Masiello, Taliek Brown, Rick Pitino. LAURA MCCARTHY/COURTESY By: Caroline McCarthy, Senior Writer The roar of the sixth borough was described as a hostile environment for the Iona Gaels on Friday night as the Manhattan College Jaspers battled into overtime on their home court. Draddy Gymnasium … Continue reading Manhattan Basketball Falls to Iona in Overtime

Jasper Alum Courtney Warley Shoots for her Goals in Portugal

By Carter Silane, Contributer Courtney Warley, a key player to the Manhattan College women’s basketball team, finished her final season in 2021-2022. Warley ended her career with over 1,000 points and rebounds as well as being ranked as fourth in the history of the Manhattan College women’s basketball program. “As coaches, we dream about players like Courtney Warley,” said Alexandra Bassetti, former assistant coach and … Continue reading Jasper Alum Courtney Warley Shoots for her Goals in Portugal

Van Cortlandt Park: The “Mecca” of the Running Worldby Jilleen Barrett

By Jilleen Barrett, Features Editor/Managing Editor Van Cortlandt Park is a “natural showcase featuring the last vestiges of New York City’s native woodlands and wetlands,” according to the Van Cortlandt Park Alliance. It’s already surprising to most that this exists in The Bronx, but even more shocking that its landscape has sparked the beginning of many running careers.  This is true for George Febles, who … Continue reading Van Cortlandt Park: The “Mecca” of the Running Worldby Jilleen Barrett

Former Baseball Star and Coach Chris Cody Speaks About His Time Since Leaving the Mound

By Grace Cardinal, Staff Writer  Chris Cody ‘07, the 2017 Manhattan College athletics hall of fame inductee, is revisiting his roots in baseball 15 years after his graduation from the program.Cody started his journey with baseball at a young age. Former head coach Steve Trimper worked with him as an eighth-grader, recognizing his polished talents.  “I knew Chris when he was in eighth grade, actually. … Continue reading Former Baseball Star and Coach Chris Cody Speaks About His Time Since Leaving the Mound