Tim Dimas is a member of the Class of 2013 at St. John's University majoring in Journalism. He was Co-Director of Sports at WSJU Radio, St. John's official college radio station, for over two years, broadcasting Red Storm sports. He has also spent time as a high school reporter at Newsday.
The Rio Grande Valley Vipers find themselves in the D-League Finals behind stellar play from D.J. Kennedy.
The Red Storm continues to hike their way up in the win column, but a bad start in the Big East wasn't too much help.
Ron Roberts was once a committed recruit heading to St. John's. Tuesday, he will face the Red Storm as he gears up for St. Joseph's in the 1st round of the NIT
Dwight Hardy looks to revive his young career back where it all started in Lega Due, except with a different team.
After winning 2-of-3 against Radford University, St. John's is headed home for their first home stand of the season, starting with Fairleigh Dickinson Wednesday.
After starting the season 0-4, the Red Storm finished a three-game series against No. 20 Georgia Tech, 1-2 to push them a 1-6 record. Next up, North Carolina, then East Carolina.
Down in Florida, St. John's didn't receive a warm welcome, losing all four of their games in the Snowbird Baseball Classic.
The 2013 St. John's baseball season kicks off down in Florida as the Red Storm take part in the Snowbird Baseball Classic.
D.J. Kennedy has been on a roll in the D-League this year for the Erie Bayhawks. His consistent performances could earn him an contract with NBA team in the future.
Former St. John's guard, Paris Horne, has found a new home in Greece. The one time 4-year starter for the Red Storm has experience playing overseas after his stint in Germany last year.
Consistency will be very vital for this young St. John's team if they want to enjoy a successful season.
It might not be the Big East for much longer, but for the time being let's enjoy an overview of what has stood out so far in non-conference play.
St. John's is in desperate need of finding out the key to holding a comfortable lead down the stretch.
In his first 10 games, Chris Obekpa has become a serious threat down low for St. John's; defensively that is.
After they both made a jump to the NBA, Moe Harkless and Mike Dunlap are enjoying a nice start to the season.
After struggling in his first college basketball game, JaKarr Sampson headed down South and gave people something to watch.
The talented guard out of St. John's University could potentially be on his way to getting waived by his current Italian club Sidigas Avellino due to passport issues.
After what was foreseen as a promising season, St. John's men's soccer wasn't able to make a run in the NCAA Tournament after being bounced in the first round by Fairleigh Dickinson on Thursday night.
No. 18 St. John's men's soccer team will face off against Fairleigh Dickinson at Belson Stadium in the first round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament.
Phil Greene showed why confidence should be instilled in the sophomore's game moving forward for the Red Storm's season.
Which players will lead the team in rebounding? In points? In blocked shots? Give us your answers and discuss Tim's.
After losing eligibility last year, incoming freshman JaKarr Sampson is looking to make up for a lost year. Sampson also reflects on his re-recruitment by Steve Lavin.
Ishmail Wainright cut his list down to four schools, including St. John's. Can Steve Lavin snatch up the 26th-ranked forward in the nation?
The Red Storm look to continue their strong start to the season over these past weeks. In four games, St. John's finished with a record of 1-1-2.
St. John's Red Storm Soccer team is off to a red hot start in their first 6 games with a 5-0-1 record. Get an inside look into their numbers as well as what's next for the team going forward.
With high expectations for the men's and women's St. John's soccer program this season, both teams came out strong. The men defeated Boston University 3-0 while the women won in double overtime 2-1 against Air Force.