Sports

New York’s Boldest: Corrections Officers Take to the Gridiron

New York’s Boldest: Corrections Officers Take to the Gridiron

By Deshawn Walcott For a correction officer, the ideal size and demeanor is big, physical and nasty. That is also needed for the select few who play football for the Department of Corrections (D.O.C.). The deparment defeated their league rivals, NYPD’s Finest, for the first time in 2015. They traveled to California to win their […]


Beyond the Gloves: A look at the Boxing club By Carlos Tejeda

Beyond the Gloves: A look at the Boxing club By Carlos Tejeda

By Carlos Tejeda Any student can pick a club, make a couple of friends, and have a good time. But, what about the quality of experience and the skills that the club can teach you. That’s where the John Jay boxing club comes in. On the 3rd floor in the Haaren Hall building in the combat room, the boxing […]


John Jay’s Hidden Gem: The Rifle Team

By Steven Coccaro Tucked away in the 4th-floor gym in Haaren Hall are a pair of metal doors that lead to a gun range where John Jay’s rifle team holds their practices. The rifle team, which has been around since 1990, is one of four collegiate level teams in New York State; the others being […]


Bloodhounds Under .500, but Still Playoff Bound

Bloodhounds Under .500, but Still Playoff Bound

 By Kevin Cruz     The John Jay Bloodhounds Men and Women’s basketball teams are headed to the CUNYAC Championship tournament, despite both being under .500. Even with the disappointing seasons, by their standards, both of the coaches think they can compete with any team. The Bloodhounds are in seventh place out of nine teams […]


Coach Fenn Has Eyes on Championship: High Expectations for Bloodhounds

Coach Fenn Has Eyes on Championship: High Expectations for Bloodhounds

By Kevin Cruz and Jeffery Nunziato Staff Writers “Championship or bust” is the mantra of the John Jay Bloodhounds basketball team after falling short in last years CUNY championship game against the College of Staten Island. Getting back to the title game will not be without its obstacles though, as the bloodhounds have to deal […]


A New Chapter For The Bloodhounds

By David Cruz Last year was the least successful season in the history of the Bloodhounds. When the 2012 came to a close, John Jay stood at 11-26, including a 2-9 record against the CUNY Atlantic Coast Conference.  Now it is 2013 and with it, came a new coaching staff with an influx of new […]


World Wrestling Fan Base at a Crossroads

World Wrestling Fan Base at a Crossroads

BY ALBERT ALBANESE April 7, 2013 marks World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) biggest event of the year, Wrestlemania 29. To be held in Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, fans from around the world will descend upon the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets for the hard-hitting, fast-paced, exciting action the WWE […]


Meet New B-Ball Coach

Meet New B-Ball Coach

In September, the John Jay Men’s basketball team, coming off of a 9 – 17 season, named Otis Fenn the new head coach. Fenn isn’t a rookie in the coaching field. As assistant coach in 2005, he helped lead New York City College of Technology to a CUNYAC championship and to the second round of […]


Women Swimming

Women Swimming

College of Staten Island’s women swimming team lost to Hunter College with a score of 55-31. Now the CSI’s dolphins will face off against the  John Jay bloodhounds on November 4th at 6pm. Share this:


Player Of The Week

Player Of The Week

John Jay College soccer player Brenda Pitts was awarded City University of New York Athletic Conference(CUNYAC)/Applebee’s Women Soccer player of the week. A co-captain of the soccer team, she wins the award for the first time this season. She won the CUNYAC All-Star and sportmanship award last season. She led the soccer team to victory […]


Baruch College defeats Women’s Tennis Team

Baruch College defeats Women's Tennis Team

John Jay’s Women’s Tennis was defeated by Baruch College with a score of 6-1. To read more about the game and the results click here To read more about John Jay sports click here Share this:


Men’s Volleyball

Men's Volleyball

John Jay College’s Department of Atheltics has added men’s volleyball as an sports team available in the college. This makes it the fourteenth sports team for the college. Currently the college offers baseball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men and women cross country, men and women soccer, softball, women’s swimming and women’s volleyball. There has been a […]


Bloodhounds on their way up

Bloodhounds on their way up

            By John J. Werner III   This season, the Bloodhounds finished with an even .500 record in conference play, with five wins and five losses, but don’t let the record deceive you; this team is on its way up. This record was achieved with many younger players on the […]