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John Jay Wins

February 27, 2008 | CUNY Sports

With a full-time work, school and practice schedule, Hakeem Kased doesn’t sleep more than two hours at a time. But that didn’t stop him from leading The John Jay Bloodhounds men’s basketball team to an amazing win, taking the 2008 championship title from reigning York College. Kased, this year’s championship MVP, talked with Sportsweek after the game. Plus a recap of the action and a look ahead to next weekend’s championship events.

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Big Friday

February 20, 2008 | CUNY Sports

As the “Big Friday” CUNY Athletic Conference 2008 basketball finals approach, Sportsweek’s Jason Greene caught up with Brooklyn College guard Jaclyn Cavalcante, a long-range basketball marksman with over 1,100 career points and the current scholar-athlete of the month. Plus a final look ahead to the 2008 Senior College Basketball Championships.

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Baruch triumphs in “The Battle of Lex Ave”

February 14, 2008 | CUNY Sports

It was a clean sweep as the Baruch Bearcats basketball squad routed archrival Hunter College Hawks in both men’s and women’s matches at Baruch’s ARC arena. The basketball doubleheader known as the “Battle of Lexington Avenue” sets the stage for the upcoming 2008 CUNYAC/Con Edison Basketball Championships, which are previewed in this edition of Sportsweek.
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John Jay's Freshman Vet

January 31, 2008 | CUNY Sports

Back from a recent tour in Fallujah, Iraq, college freshman and US Army vet Chris Jaeger brings more to the table than the typical freshman forward. Jaeger, a member of the John Jay Bloodhounds basketball squad, sat down with Sports Week’s Tom Emberly to talk about dedication, teamwork and enduring long trips on the Long Island Railroad. Plus, Lucky Ngamwajasat with the wrap-up.
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Baruch in "Paradise"

January 22, 2008 | CUNY Sports

Sports Week caught up with Baruch women’s basketball coach Machli Joseph and the team’s star player Chiresse Paradise after they took the top seed in a dramatic come from behind victory against archrival CSI. Plus, the week’s wrap-up and previews of the next week’s hot action.
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Hoops, There It Is!

December 3, 2007 | CUNY Sports

CUNYAC executive director Zak Ivkovic discusses recent basketball successes across the conference, the conference’s media initiatives and offers a preview of upcoming CUNYAC action and upcoming telecasts on CUNY TV. Plus, highlights of this season’s championship events.
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Newcomer Shoots and Scores

December 12, 2006 | CUNY Sports

Baruch junior and Chicago native Dominique McClendon may be a newcomer to her squad, but with average of 20 points in a pair of games last week it isn’t a surprise that Dominque was named CUNYAC Player of the Week. Plus David Gansell of the CUNY Athletic Conference wraps up the action-packed Fall season.

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Single Handed

December 4, 2006 | CUNY Sports

Lorraine Virgilio of John Jay swimming was devastated when rotator cuff surgery left her unable to use one of her arms. But, with the approval of doctors, Lorraine jumped back into the water with only the use of a single arm and left her opponents in her wake. Plus CSI basketball vet Nicole Estrada stays focused on the prize and a wrap-up of last week’s action.

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Dunkin Danish (And Swedish Too)

November 21, 2006 | CUNY Sports

Baruch senior Carl Emengo went Euro as part of the 12-man East Coast All Stars basketball team. Emengo toured Denmark and Sweden as part of a squad that included current Division I players from such schools as Michigan, Navy, and Texas A&M. Baruch’s women’s basketball coach Machli Joseph used to try to be number one. Now his team is on top and they are experiencing the pressure of going from hunters to hunted. Plus the week’s highlights.

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O Captain!

November 16, 2006 | CUNY Sports

Ahlem Jaoui, captain of the College of Staten Island’s swim team, is willing to do whatever it takes. And what does it take for her squad to do better? Teamwork, spirit, and practice, practice, practice. Also, freshman Larnese Boyd of John Jay cross-country does the math. Plus a recap of last week’s action.

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