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Fitness-Equipment The St. John’s Red Storm 2008-2009 season players are sophomore guard Malik Booth from Queens New York, freshman guard Julius Brown from Forth Washington Maryland, sophomore forward Justin Burrell from the Bronx New York, sophomore guard Kevin Clark from Dunmore Pennsylvania, sophomore forward/center Dele Coker From Newburgh New York, junior guard Matt Duell from Orient New York, freshman guard TyShwan Edmondson from Hopkinsville Kentucky, sophomore forward Sean Evans from Philadelphia Pennsylvania, sophomore guard/forward Paris Home from Middletown Delaware, senior center Tomas Jasiulionis from Utena Lithuania, sophomore guard/forward Anthony Mason Jr. from Memphis, Tennessee, freshman guard Quincy Roberts from Harrisburg Pennsylvania, junior forward Guesly Saint Aubin from Central Islip New York, junior guard John Taubeneck from Salem Massachusetts, sophomore forward Rob Thomas from Harlem New York and sophomore center Phil Wait from Manchester England. Coaching and support staff for the 2008-2009 season include head coach Norm Roberts, assistant coach Glenn Braica, assistant coach Fred Quartlebaum, assistant coach Chris Casey, director or men’s basketball Billy Singleton, administrative assistant Oswald Cross and head team manager/video coordinator Kimani Young. St. John’s Red Storm will play the rest of the season with games against USF in Queens New York on February 1, Seton Hall in Newark New Jersey on February 5, Louisville in New York New York on February 8, Cincinnati in Cincinnati Ohio on February 11, Marquette in Milwaukee Wisconsin on February 14, Duke in New York New York on February 19, Seton Hall in Queens New York on February 22, Syracuse in New York New York on February 24, DePaul in Rosemon Illinois on February 28, Georgetown in New York New York on March 3, Notre Dame in Notre Dame Indiana on March 3 and the Big East Tournament on March 10 in New York at Madison Square Garden. St. John not so long ago celebrated 100 years of St. John’s basketball. There were many .memorative events and items that were made just for those who wanted to celebrate 100 years of basketball playing. One of the most popular items that was made available for sale was the coffee table book written by Jim O’Connell and Paul Montella of the Associated Press. The book was the best seller from amongst several publications in celebration of the 100th anniversary. Also available to fans and collectors was the 2007-2008 St. John Men’s and Women’s Basketball Yearbook, the 2007-2008 St. John’s Men’s Basketball Media Guild and many other publications. Last year, St, John’s Red Storm statistics placed them square with overall game results of 11 wins and 19 losses. This represented home games played with tied results of 8 wins and 8 losses. For away games, there were 3 wins and 9 losses and in the neutral games played, results were no wins and 2 losses. With much of the season already gone, it remains to be seen how the team will place in terms of the rest of the games to be played this season both at home and away. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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