The choice for this week's top dog was a no-brainer, with 8-0 Purdue becoming the season's third different No. 1.
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- Full Schedule
— Posh Alexander had a career-high 23 points as St. John's topped Fordham 83-69 on Sunday night.
- Ex-assistant coach suing St. John's over firing
- St. John's to unveil Carnesecca statue in arena
- St. John's adds Queens native Coburn to roster
- St. John's PF Champagnie to withdraw from draft
— Julian Champagnie scored 23 points as St. John's beat St. Francis (N.Y.) 76-70 on Tuesday night.
— Posh Alexander and Julian Champagnie scored 17 points apiece as St. John's defeated Fairleigh Dickinson 87-74 on Saturday night. Stef Smith added 14 points, Montez Mathis scored 13 and Joel Soriano had 12 for the Red Storm. Champagnie also had 10...
— Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 18 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked two shots as Indiana fended off a relentless charge by St. John's 76-74 Wednesday night in the Gavitt Games, a series pitting the Big Ten against the Big East.
— Julian Champagnie had 22 points as St. John’s rolled past St. Peter’s 91-70 in nononference play on Saturday.
— Julian Champagnie had 20 points as St. John’s romped past Mississippi Valley State 119-61 on Tuesday night in the season opener for both teams.
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Dickie V has identified his top returning players for the rapidly approaching 2021-22 college basketball season.
Steve DeMeo, a former St. John's assistant basketball coach, is suing the university and head coach Mike Anderson, claiming he was fired in June because of a health issue.
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St. John's plans to unveil a statue of Hall of Fame basketball coach Lou Carnesecca this fall in the on-campus arena that bears his name.
Queens native Tareq Coburn will join St. John's for the 2021-22 season. Coburn spent the past three years playing at Hofstra.
Champagnie, who averaged 19.9 points and 7.4 rebounds for St. John's, said he plans to work on his versatility next season.
Michigan, Illinois and five other teams that earned berths in the NCAA Tournament will play in the sixth annual Gavitt Tipoff Games in mid-November.
St. John's has given Big East Conference coach of the year Mike Anderson a six-year contract extension through the 2026-27 season.
Our panel discusses which Big East men's basketball coach deserves more credit, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the Big East schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Rutgers guard Montez Mathis has transferred to St. John's after three seasons with the Scarlet Knights.
Forward Joel Soriano is transferring to St. John's from Fordham.
St. John's juniors Isaih Moore and Vince Cole have entered their names in the NCAA transfer portal.
— Jared Rhoden hit six free throws in overtime to finish with 19 points and a career-high 16 rebounds, and Seton Hall got past St. John's 77-69 in the Big East tournament quarterfinals Thursday to snap an untimely four-game skid.
The award for Big East's player of the year finished in a three-way tie for the first time: Seton Hall's Sandro Mamukelashvili and Villanova's Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Collin Gillespie.