Feb. 21, 2017 QUEENS, N.Y. - Fresh off the winningest four-year stretch in program history, St. John’s Head Coach Ian Stone has announced the commitment of six incoming student-athletes to the Red Storm for the 2017 season, as Maia Cabrera, Emily Purtell, Alyse Stukey, Cailey Sullivan, Antonia Tammaro and Annie Wysong will suit up for the Johnnies this upcoming fall. "We are excited to welcome this class of outstanding student-athletes to the St. John's University Women's Soccer program," Stone said. Widely regarded as one of the top athletes in all of New York City, Maia Cabrera will remain in her home borough for college after a stellar high school career. As a senior at Forest Hills, Cabrera
NEWS: First-year assistant coach Joe Moorhead has been selected as the 247Sports Offensive Coordinator of the Year. Moorhead spearheaded an offensive attack that helped the Nittany Lions capture the 2016 Big Ten Championship and a Rose Bowl berth.
Feb. 20, 2017 (DePaulBlueDemons.com will be posting feature stories on the DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame inductees from the class of 2017. The Hall of Fame ceremony takes place Saturday, Feb. 25 at McGrath-Phillips Arena.) CHICAGO - Softball star Nicole Terpstra Wondaal will be recognized on Feb. 25, as one of the cornerstone players of coach Eugene Lenti’s nationally renowned program with her induction into the DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame. As a senior in 1999, Wondaal was the Blue Demons ace, starring on a team that amassed a school-record 54 wins and advanced all the way to the Women’s College World Series. To better understand Wondaal’s dominance on the mound, scroll through DePaul’s all-time