Iona Gaels

23 May 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

Parker Weiss' goal was to play Division I basketball. And Community School of Naples' Winged Foot Scholar-Athlete Award finalist will accomplish that. But he had quite a bit of success in his secondary sport with the Seahawks. Despite his dad Bart being a star quarterback at Naples High and then the Air Force Academy, basketball […]

21 May 19
Daily Crossword Puzzle Solver

Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to Universal May 22nd 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your time here […]

18 May 19
Ian R. Sacks

Iona scores two runs in a fifth-inning rally to pull ahead of game two of their MAAC doubleheader. The Gaels swept the Griffs in the crucial conference showdown. Ian Sacks and Austin Stellato had the call on ESPN3.

16 May 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

Iona's eventful offseason saw the Gaels add another transfer to the roster on Wednesday. Isaiah Washington, who starred at St. Raymond's in the Bronx and was named the state's Mr. Basketball in 2017, is coming back to his home state after two seasons at Minnesota. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound guard committed to Iona, according to CBS Sports' […]

16 May 19
Twin Cities
Former Gophers point guard Isaiah Washington has picked Iona as his transfer destination, according to a report Wednesday from college basketball reporter Jon Rothstein. Washington, a New York City native, won Mr. Basketball in his home state and now will return there to play at the college based in nearby New Rochelle, N.Y. “Go gaels, jelly home,” Washington said in a tweet Wednesday night. Washington’s nickname is “Jelly Fam Dimes” and Iona’s mascot is the Gaels. Iona won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship last season and went to the NCAA tournament, falling to No. 1 seed North Carolina in the first round. Washington entered the NCAA transfer portal April 1 after his sophomore season. The 6-foot-1 guard averaged 4.3 points and 2.8 assists across 16.2 minutes in 28 games last season — fewer points, minutes and games than his freshman season. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
15 May 19
Ian R. Sacks

Iona pulls out a win over Saint Peter’s in New Rochelle. Ian Sacks and Austin Stellato have the call as the Gaels win their second straight game.

14 May 19
Now! Newington

Fine performances Riley Burgmyer, Somers: Five goals and five assists in a 16-6 win over Conard. John DeLucia, Guilford: Seven points, including four goals, as the Indians beat Xavier 14-10. Andy Demopoulos, Darien: Made 15 saves in a 12-4 win over New Canaan. Blake Epstein, Fairfield Warde: Scored six goals in a 16-7 win at […]

12 May 19
News Archives Uk

image copyright Getty Images image Description On 24 May, a referendum will be held to liberalize Irish divorce laws Lampposts all over the Republic of Ireland are covered with election posters, but you will not hear about the divorce referendum. In 1995, this once very Catholic country voted for a divorce with a tiny lead […]

10 May 19
Just End The Suffering

The summer is approaching, and baseball should be getting ready to take center stage. With the NBA and NHL playoffs wrapping up in the coming weeks, the only major sport left on the national stage will be Major League Baseball. The sport certainly appears to be in strong financial health, with Fox inking a record […]

08 May 19
Just End The Suffering

It’s time to drop the puck for the latest episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips is rejoined by Hockey Panel member Pete Consadori to break down the latest happenings in the Stanley Cup Playoffs (11:33). Pete also offers some thoughts about Avengers: Endgame (34:30) as well. Mike also chats with […]

07 May 19
Brann's Blog

“In this year fierce, foreboding omens came over the land of Northumbria. There were excessive whirlwinds, lightening storms and fiery dragons were seen flying in the sky. These signs were followed by great famine, and on the 8th of June the ravaging of heathen men destroyed God’s church at Lindisfarne”

03 May 19
Catholic Sports Scene

Iona Prep is No. 1 for a third straight week in the New York State Sportswriters Association’s Class AA baseball poll. The Gaels have won 13 consecutive games since losing their season opener, 1-0, to Fordham Prep. They’ve outscored their opponents, 86-23. Iona Prep will be on the road for upcoming games at All Hallows, […]