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Previewing Keegan Bradley at 2013 Masters

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St. John's 2009 alumnus Keegan Bradley will get his second crack at famed Augusta National on Thursday as the 2011 PGA Champion and PGA Tour Rookie of the Year begins the 2013 Masters with a 1:41 tee time. The three-time winner on the PGA Tour will be paired with Frederik Jacobson and World No. 2 Rory McIlroy at the first major of the year. Several golf experts have given Bradley - currently ranked No. 11 in the wordl - a sizeable chance to take home his second major this weekend, including some that have picked him as the favorite at Augusta.  Bradley has made headlines for his love of the layout and atmosphere at The Masters, and was the first player to sign in to the week's action in eager anticipation. He has been in Georgia for almost a week, hoping that the extra time on the course will help him get comfortable and be ready to make a charge.

What they're saying about Bradley:
Kevin Cernuto discusses the victory over Notre Dame his four goal-three assist performance.

Dillon Ayers talks about his performance and the thrilling victory over No. 1 Notre Dame.

In The Tee Box: Ryan Gay and Ryan McCormick

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Men's golf senior Ryan Gay and junior Ryan McCormick stopped by to talk about this week's Anteater Invitational.

Jackie Reed On St. John's Big Win Over Pittsburgh

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The junior DP talks about her 5-for-7 day with two home runs as St. John's won its conference opener for the first time since 2010.

Kieran McArdle discusses his seven-point day, the win over Robert Morris and next week's matchup with Notre Dame.


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WHAT A FINISH! Sir'Dom on his game, buzzer-beater and surviving and advancing... Or something like that. #stjbb

"As a coach, Jack Curran's record speaks for itself. I can't think of anyone in high school sports that had the record that he had in both baseball and basketball. The individuals that he produced at Molloy form an outstanding group, and he went out of his way to help so many over the years that were not from Molloy. Jack Curran was a giant of scholastic athletics, and that is an understatement."

n  Lou Carnesecca, Hall of Fame Basketball Coach 



"Coach Jack Curran was by far one of the most wonderful gentlemen I ever knew. Not only was he tremendously hard working and successful, but he cared deeply about the well-being of the young men that he coached throughout his career and will be sorely missed."

n  Jack Kaiser, Hall of Fame Baseball Coach and Athletics Director Emeritus

Nevena Selakovic Previews Stony Brook

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Senior Nevena Selakovic talks about winning five of six and the Red Storm's upcoming match against Stony Brook.

ST. JOHN'S BASKETBALL: JaKarr Sampson Interview

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 Seven-time BIG EAST Rookie of the Week JaKarr Sampson previews Notre Dame and discusses the state of #stjbb.


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