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3-3-15: The St. John’s Red Storm started their week off by extending their winning streak to three straight games with a victory over Xavier before getting that streak snapped by Georgetown. With the loss to the Hoyas the Red Storm’s overall record fell to 17-9 on the season while they fell under the .500 mark in the Big East with a 6-7 Big East Conference record. St. John’s started their week off by staying at home inside the Carnesecca Arena to play host to the Seton Hall Pirates from the Big East. During the contest each team grinded away for most of the first half before Seton Hall fell off in the second half and fell to St. John’s by the final score of 85-72. Sir’Dominic Pointer led the Red Storm with 22 points while Phil Greene IV added 20 points in the victory for St. John’s. Meanwhile the Pirates scoring attack was led by 19 points from Isaiah Whitehead and 16 points from Khadeen Carrington but it was not enough in the loss for Seton Hall. St. John’s returned home to Madison Square Garden for their final game of the week looking for another victory when the team played host to the Xavier Musketeers. During the contest neither Xavier nor St. John’s were lighting up the scoreboard in a game that would come down to the final minutes. The Red Storm had an eight point lead at halftime and looked to ride that lead to a victory but Xavier forged a second half comeback. The Musketeers got within one point of St. John’s before the Red Storm survived and beat Xavier by the final score of 58-57. The St. John’s scoring attack was led by 20 points from D’Angelo Harrison while Sir’Dominic Pointer added 19 points in the victory for the Red Storm. Meanwhile the scoring attack of Xavier was led by 17 points from Trevon Bluiett but it was not enough in the loss for the Musketeers. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 19-9 (8-7 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team stays home inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the Georgetown Hoyas before traveling out to the BMO Harris Bradley Center to face off with the Marquette Golden Eagles.

2-20-15: The St. John’s Red Storm avenged a loss at the hands of Butler last week with a pair of victories within their conference against the Creighton Bluejays and the DePaul Blue Demons. With the pair of victories the team improved their overall record to 16-8 on the season while the team saw their Big East Conference record left 5-6 on the season. St. John’s started their week off by making the trip out to the Cintas Center to take on the Xavier Musketeers. During the contest St. John’s took a comfortable lead with them into the locker room after the first half but found the team trying to survive late. The Musketeers staged a late rally in the second half led by Matt Stainbrook and his 17 points outburst while Trevon Bluiett added 16 points but it was not enough in the 78-70 loss to St. John’s. The Red Storm scoring attack was led by 24 points from Sir’Dominic Pointer while D’Angelo Harrison added 18 points in the victory for St. John’s. The team looked to extend their winning streak to four straight games in their final game of the week when the team made the trip to the Verizon Center to take on the Georgetown Hoyas. During the contest St. John’s only managed 23 points in the first half while being outscored by ten in an eventual 79-57 blowout to Georgetown. The Red Storm shot just 33% from the field as a team while their leading scorer Phil Greene IV only managed 18 points. Sir’Dominic Pointer added 16 points for St. John’s but it was not enough in the loss for the Red Storm. Meanwhile the Hoyas scoring attack was led by four different players who scored 12 points each including Joshua Smith, L.J. Peak, Isaac Copeland and D’Vaunted Smith-Rivera in the victory for Georgetown. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 17-9 (6-7 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team stays home inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the Seton Hall Pirates and the Xavier Musketeers.

2-17-15: The St. John’s Red Storm started the week off on a high note by defeating the Providence Friars ending a two game winning streak but it didn’t end on such a high note. The Red Storm ended their week falling to the Butler Bulldogs dropping their overall record to 14-8 on the season. St. John’s is also struggling in conference play this season as the team has posted a 3-6 Big East Conference record this season. St. John’s started their week off by staying at home inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the Creighton Bluejays. During the contest St. John’s set the tone early in the contest with 52 points in the first half en route to a blowout victory 84-66. The Red Storm’s offensive attack was led by 25 points from Rysheed Jordan while D’Angelo Harrison added 21 points in the victory for St. John’s. Meanwhile the Creighton offensive attack was led by three players who scored in double figures but it was not enough in the loss for the Bluejays. St. John’s took the momentum from their blowout of Creighton with them back home to Madison Square Garden for their final game of the week against the DePaul Blue Demons. During the contest St. John’s earned their second victory in a row with an 86-78 win over DePaul. D’Angelo Harrison exploded offensively with 33 points to lead all scorers for the Red Storm while three other starters scored in double figures in the victory for St. John’s. Meanwhile the Blue Demons attack was led by four different players who scored in double figures including three starters but it was not enough in the loss for DePaul. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 16-8 (5-6 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team travels to Xavier to take on the Xavier Musketeers inside the Cintas Center before traveling to Georgetown to take on the #24 ranked Georgetown Hoyas inside the Verizon Center to finish their week.

2-6-15: The St. John’s Red Storm had a tough week last week in which they lost both of their contests against their ACC and Big East foes. With losses to the Duke Blue Devils and the Creighton Bluejays St. John’s saw their overall record fall to 13-7 on the season while their conference record dropped to 2-5 in the Big East. St. John’s started their week off by staying at home inside Madison Square Garden to play host to their Big East rivals in the Providence Friars. During the contest St. John’s was running away with this game in the first half as the team took a 12 point lead with them into the halftime. In the second half Providence made a big of a second half push but the Red Storm were able to hold them off and win the game by the final score of 75-66. Sir’Dominic Pointer led St. John’s with 20 points in the contest while Phil Greene IV added 16 points in the victory for the Red Storm. Meanwhile Kris Dunn led Providence with 23 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Friars. The Red Storm finished their week off inside Hinkle Fieldhouse when the team faced off with the Butler Bulldogs. During the contest Butler remained to be a pesky opponent this season as the Bulldogs blew out St. John’s by the final score of 85- 62. The leading scorer for Butler was Kellen Dunham who had 21 points while Alex Barlow added 15 points in the victory for the Bulldogs. Meanwhile the offensive attack for the Red Storm was led by 19 points from Sir’Dominic Pointer but it was not enough in the loss for St. John’s. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-8 (3-6 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team stays home all week inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the Creighton Bluejays and the DePaul Blue Demons.

2-3-15: The St. John’s Red Storm are far removed from their big seven game winning streak that the team enjoyed earlier in the season. The team since that winning streak has posted a 1-5 record including a loss to DePaul and a win against the Marquette Golden Eagles last week. With the win and the loss St. John’s pushed their overall record to 13-5 on the season and a sluggish 2-4 in the Big East. With the bad few weeks the Red Storm now find themselves unranked this season in Men’s College Basketball. St. John’s started their week off by traveling to Cameron Indoor Stadium to take on the #5 ranked Duke Blue Devils. During the contest St. John’s actually took a slim 43-39 lead with them into the halftime before the Blue Devils reminded the nation why the team has been ranked so highly all season. Duke had four starters that scored in double figures in the contest while Justise Winslow surprisingly was held scoreless in the contest in 10 minutes. St. John’s also had four players that scored in double figures from their starting five but the team got exactly zero points from their bench in an eventual 77-68 loss to Duke. Tyus Jones led the Blue Devils will 22 points as Duke’s head coach Mike Krzyzewski won his 1,000th game. St. John’s would then travel to Creighton’s CenturyLink Center Omaha to take on the Creighton Bluejays. During the contest Creighton took a huge 10 point lead after the first half that the Bluejays rode to a 77-74 victory over St. Johns. The Red Storm did stage an epic second half comeback attempt behind 18 points from D’Angelo Harrison but the surge fell just short in the loss. Meanwhile Creighton’s attack was led by 21 points from Toby Hegner in the upset victory for the Bluejays. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 13-7 (2-5 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team stays home inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the Providence Friars before traveling to Butler to take on the #25 ranked Butler Bulldogs inside Hinkle Fieldhouse.

1-26-15: The St. John’s Red Storm have had a tough go of things in the last few weeks as the team started the season with a strong 11-1 record before losing three straight games to start their Big East schedule. The Red Storm avenged those losses with a big victory over Providence that left their overall record at 12-4 on the Men’s College Basketball season while St. John’s improved their conference record to 1-3. St. John’s started their week off by traveling to DePaul’s Allstate Arena to take on their Big East rivals in the DePaul Blue Demons. During the contest DePaul and St. John’s went back and forth for much of a night in a game that could not be decided in regulation. DePaul came storming back in the second half to force an overtime period behind 20 points from Billy Garrett Jr. and 19 points from Myke Henry. St. John’s attack was led by 17 points each from Rysheed Jordan and Phil Greene IV but it was not enough to prevent the extra period. When the overtime period was said and done the Blue Demons had taken down the Red Storm by the final score of 71-67. The Red Storm then finished their week off by staying home inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the Marquette Golden Eagles. During the contest both teams played each other close for much of the game and the game went down to the wire. Marquette jumped out to an early lead before St. John’s came from behind to win the game by the final score of 60-57. Marquette’s offensive attack was led by 21 points from Matt Carlino but it was not enough in the loss for the Golden Eagles. Meanwhile St. John’s enjoyed four starters that scored in double figures in the narrow victory for the Red Storm. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 13-5 (2-4 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team stays home to play host to a tough team in the #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils before finishing their week off out on the road taking on the Creighton Bluejays inside CenturyLink Center Omaha.

1-22-15: The St. John’s Red Storm came into the new week ranked #24 in Men’s College Basketball this season after a tough week last week. St. John’s came into the week losers of three straight games with all three of those games coming from inside the Big East Conference. The Red Storm has already lost to Seton Hall, Butler and Villanova from the Big East which has left their overall record at 11-4 on the season and 0-3 inside the Big East. St. John’s fourth loss came against the only ranked team they played this season when the team took the loss against the Gonzaga Bulldogs. St. John’s started their week off by playing their only game of the week against the Providence Friars. The Friars were the home team in the contest as the game was played inside the Dunkin Donuts Center. During the contest St. John’s got their first win in the Big East this season with a strong first half and strong guard play all game long. Providence’s leading scorer was LaDontae Henton who scored 22 points while Kris Dunn added 17 points but many of those came in the second half. By then Phil Greene IV, D’Angelo Harrison, Rysheed Jordan and Sir’Dominic Pointer had the game well in hand for the Red Storm. That foursome combined for 75 points for St. John’s as the Red Storm went on to beat Providence by the final score of 83-70. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 12-4 (1-3 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team travels to DePaul’s Allstate Arena to take on the DePaul Blue Demons before finishing their week off at home when the team plays host to the Marquette Golden Eagles.

1-12-15: The St. John’s Red Storm came into the week fresh off their second loss of the season and first in Big East play at the hands of Seton Hall. The loss dropped St. John’s record to 11-2 on the season which left the team ranked #15 in Men’s College Basketball this season. St. John’s started their week off by staying home inside the Carnesseca Arena to play host to their Big East rivals in the Butler Bulldogs. During the contest St. John’s jumped all over Butler in the first half and looked well on their way to their first conference victory of the season before the Bulldogs staged a comeback. Butler’s pesky attack was led by 28 points from Kellen Dunham as the Bulldogs once again refused to go down without a fight. Butler roared all the way back despite 31 points from D’Angelo Harrison and ultimately beat St. John’s by the final score of 73-69. For the Red Storm’s final game of the week the team stayed home once again inside Madison Square Garden to play host to the #8 ranked Villanova Wildcats in another Big East matchup for both schools. During the contest Villanova’s thoughts presumably went towards another overtime period as the Red Storm played the Wildcats tough and close. Villanova trailed by one point at halftime before exploding in the second half behind 21 points from Darrun Hilliard II and 15 points from Dylan Ennis. Villanova posted a whopping 57 points in the half as the team went on to handedly beat St. John’s by the final score of 90-72. The Red Storm attack was led by 25 points from D’Angelo Harrison but the Wildcats second half push was too much to overcome for St. Johns. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 11-4 (0-3 Big East). Catch St. John’s next week as the team plays a single game on the road inside the Dunkin Donuts Center against the Providence Friars. The matchup against Providence marks fourth Big East conference game of the young season for the Red Storm.

1-2-15: The St. John’s Red Storm came into the week with a very impressive 10-1 record on the season which has propelled the team to the #17 ranking in the Men’s College Basketball rankings. The only blemish to the Red Storm this season came at the hands of then #10 ranked Gonzaga who narrowly beat St. John’s by just seven points. Gonzaga has been the only ranked opponent for the Red Storm this season which explains the high ranking with such an impressive record. St. John’s started their week off by traveling to Tulane to take on the Tulane Green Wave as a part of the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival. During the contest St. John’s used a 47 point first half to propel their team to an easy 82-57 victory over Tulane. The Green Wave attack was led by 15 points from Jonathan Stark but it was not enough to overcome a game high 24 points from Sir’Dominic Pointer and 21 points from D’Angelo Harrison for the Red Storm. St. John’s shot 51% from the field as a team in their 11th victory of the young Men’s College Basketball season. St. John’s finished their week off by traveling to Seton Hall and the Prudential Center to take on the Seton Hall Pirates. During the contest St. John’s was quickly put on upset alert as Seton Hall took a five point lead with them into the locker room at halftime. St. John’s led a charge and a comeback attempt in the second half behind 25 points from D’Angelo Harrison but that try fell just short. Seton Hall and five players that scored in double figures were able to survive the Red Storm en route to a 78-67 victory over St. John’s. St. John’s finished their week off by posting an overall record of 11-2 which left the team ranked #15 in Men’s College Basketball. Catch St. John’s next week as the team stays home all week to host a pair of games against the Butler Bulldogs and the #7 ranked Villanova Wildcats.

12-26-14: The St. John’s Red Storm took a four game winning streak into a week in which the team had a pair of games to play before taking a long Christmas break. In the first game the Red Storm played host to the Saint Mary’s Gaels at home inside Carnesecca Arena and were quickly places on upset alert. St. John’s was held to just 18 points in the first half while Saint Mary’s posted 33 points to take a big lead into the second half. Saint Mary’s attack was one dimensional as Brad Waldow scored 26 points and none of his teammates scored more than 6 in the contest. In the second half St. John’s simply double teamed Waldow forcing tough shots and staged a second half comeback that was complete with a 53-47 victory for the Red Storm’s fifth straight victory. St. John’s remained home for their final game of the week as well when the team played host to the Long Beach State 49ers inside Madison Square Garden. St. John’s once again fell victim to a sluggish start although the Red Storm did take a narrow four point lead with them into halftime before Chris Obekpa and Phil Greene IV took over. Long Beach State was held to just 29 points in the second half while St. John’s posted 42 points in a 66-49 victory over the 49ers for their 6th straight victory. With the victory St. John’s improved their overall ranking to #17 in the nation and their overall record to 10-1. Catch St. John’s next week as the team hosts the Tulane Green Wave before traveling to Seton Hall to take on the Seton Hall Pirates inside the Prudential Center.

St. John's History

When discussing all-time college basketball programs, St. John's is certainly in the discussion for one of the most storied teams. St. John's has been a member of the Big East Conference since it originally formed in 1979 and has remained in the conference throughout all the realignments since the mid 2000's. While St. John's hasn't had consistent success since the early 90's, they still rank eighth all-time in wins in NCAA Division I men's college basketball. The majority of St. John's success came under Lou Carnesecca, who was 526-200 as a coach for the Red Storm in two separate coaching terms (Carnesecca spent a few years coaching the New Jersey Nets before returning to St. John's). Lou brought the Red Storm to a postseason tournament every season in his 24-year career with St. John's, including an appearance in the 1985 Final Four (considered one of the best Final Four's of all-time). Carnesecca, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1992, was named the National Coach of the Year in 1983 and 1985.

St. John's has produced a couple of outstanding college basketball players including Walter Berry and the all-time great Chris Mullin, both of which won the National Player of the Year Award. Current head coach Steve Lavin has brought St. John's back to their winning ways, leading them to a winning record in three of his first four seasons as at the helm, with a fourth on the way. St. John's plays some of their home games at the mecca of basketball, Madison Square Garden, where St. John’s basketball tickets continually remain in high demand.

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  • St. Johns Basketball Ticket Price History

    Average Home Price Since 2010

    Year Avg Price
    2010-11: $96.71
    2011-12: $63.57
    2012-13: $47
    2013-14: $89.74
    2014-15: $83.16

    Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    1/25/2015 vs. Duke Blue Devils: $162.88
    1/03/2015 vs. Butler Bulldogs: $126.12
    2/28/2015 vs. Georgetown Hoyas: $109.06
    1/06/2015 vs. Villanova Wildcats: $87.58
    1/31/2015 vs. Providence Friars: $83.23

    Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    2/16/2014 vs. Georgetown Hoyas: $238.09
    1/30/2011 vs. Duke Blue Devils: $170.74
    1/25/2015 vs. Duke Blue Devils: $162.88
    2/04/2012 vs. Syracuse Orange: $151.93
    1/03/2015 vs. Butler Bulldogs: $126.12

    Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/17/2014 vs. Franklin Pierce Ravens: $11
    11/19/2014 vs. LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds: $15
    12/10/2014 vs. Farleigh Dickinson Knights: $16
    12/19/2014 vs. St. Marys Gaels: $21
    11/14/2014 vs. New Jersey Tech Highlanders: $37

    Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/01/2011 vs. St Maryís Maryland Seahawks: $9
    11/09/2011 vs. Lehigh Mountain Hawks: $9
    11/07/2011 vs. William and Mary Tribe: $10
    11/13/2011 vs. UMBC Retrievers: $10
    11/22/2011 vs. St. Francis Terriers: $10

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