Coming off of its first loss of the season after a 55-39 setback vs. Seton Hall on Sunday, the Saint Joseph's women's basketball team (2-1, 1-0 Big 5) will host Penn (3-0, 0-0 Big 5) in Philadelphia Big 5 action this Wednesday, November 20. Opening tip at Hagan Arena is set for 7:00 p.m. and will be streamed nationally on ESPN+, with audio broadcast available on TuneIn.
Freshman forward Gabby Smalls went off for a career- and game-high 12 rebounds in a strong defensive effort, but the Saint Joseph's women's basketball team ultimately suffered its first loss of the season to Seton Hall, 55-39, in a neutral-site game played at Fordham's Rose Hill Gym on Sunday afternoon.
Coming off of back-to-back, season-opening wins over Columbia, 71-57, and Temple, 67-63, the Saint Joseph's women's basketball team (2-0) returns to action in a neutral-site game against Seton Hall (3-1) this Sunday, November 17. Hosted by Fordham, opening tip is set for 2:30 p.m. at Rose Hill Gym. Live streaming will not be made available.
Saint Joseph's women's basketball head coach Cindy Griffin has announced the signing of two student-athletes who have inked National Letters of Intent to attend Saint Joseph's in the fall of 2020. North Jersey point guards Emma Boslet (Edison, N.J./Saint Thomas Aquinas High School) and Olivia Mullins (Somerset, N.J./Rutgers Preparatory High School) will arrive on Hawk Hill in time for the 2020-21 season.
Sophomore guard Katie Jekot hit eight consecutive free throws in the final 1:07 to close out a phenomenal effort by the Saint Joseph's women's basketball team in a 67-63 Big 5 victory over Temple at Hagan Arena on Monday evening. Freshman forward Claire Melia recorded a team-high 17 points and game-high nine rebounds while junior guards Lula Roig and Mary Sheehan added 13 points apiece.
After dazzling in her collegiate debut in SJU's 71-57 road win over Columbia in the Hawks' season opener last Thursday, Saint Joseph's freshman forward Claire Melia has been named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week, the league office announced on Monday afternoon. The honor marks the first of Melia's collegiate career.
Coming off of an impressive 71-57 road victory over Columbia in the Hawks' 2019-20 season opener last Thursday, the Saint Joseph's women's basketball team hosts Temple in the home opener this Monday, November 11. Opening tip at Hagan Arena is set for 7:00 p.m. and will be streamed nationally on ESPN+.
Freshman forward Claire Melia poured in a game-high 23 points in her collegiate debut as the Saint Joseph's women's basketball team won its season opener over Columbia, 71-57, at Levien Gymnasium on Thursday evening. Junior point guard Lula Roig added 13 points while freshman forward Gabby Smalls pulled down a game-high nine rebounds off the bench.
The Saint Joseph's women's basketball team opens the 2019-20 season on the road at Columbia (0-1) this Thursday, November 7. Opening tip is set for 7:00 p.m. at Levien Gymnasium in New York, N.Y. and will be streamed nationally on ESPN+.
The Saint Joseph's women's basketball team held its annual Media Day in the Casciato Basketball Practice Facility on Thursday, October 31. Here's a breakdown of what was said by Cindy Griffin, entering her 19th season as head coach of the Crimson and Gray.
The Saint Joseph's women's basketball squad has been predicted to finish 10th in the Atlantic 10 this year, according to the 2019-20 A-10 Women's Basketball Preseason Coaches Poll conducted by the league's 14 head coaches. The poll, announced Tuesday, serves as a precursor to the start of the Hawks' season on November 7.
With the 2019-20 season beginning next month, the Saint Joseph's women's basketball program is excited to roll out this year's squad... and staff! Get to know first-year assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Melissa Dunne, who starred for Temple (1998-02) before coaching at Drexel, George Washington, and Holy Family!