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What are you doing to improve yourself?: The Bob Baumhower Story

May 8, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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St. John's can exhale on Jamal Branch, but return date unknown

Mar 2, 2015 • New York Post
The Pirates, who snapped their six-game losing streak with a win over Creighton on Saturday, landed what they hope is a key piece for the future in three-star forward Veer Singh, a 6-foot-7 sharpshooter from Thurgood Marshall Academy in Harlem, on ... More

Gibson Earns Spot on Skyline Honor Roll Following 1000th Point on Saturday

Feb 16, 2015 • Maritime College Athletics
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Following the 1,000th point of his career on Saturday afternoon against Purchase, senior T'Vaughn Gibson (Freeport, Bahamas/Sunland Baptist Academy) was selected to the Skyline Conference Honor Roll for the 13th week of the ... More

Privateers Fall in Road Contest to Sage, 78-67

Feb 5, 2015 • Maritime College Athletics
Freshman Patrick MacDonald (Buffalo, N.Y./Canisius) poured in 14 points and also ripped down six boards. Sophomore Isaiah Hayes (Jamaica, N.Y./Queens Teaching) fell one rebound shy of a double-double as he added 10 points on the offensive side of ... More

Sophomore takes big Step up for Crusaders

Jan 17, 2015 • New York Daily News
With Stepinac in an early 5-point hole against Thurgood Marshall Academy at Saturday's Big Apple Basketball Invitational at Baruch College, Crusaders coach Steve Herman was frustrated with his team's play and called a timeout. After the T.O. ... He ... More

Change of scenery starting to pay off for Queens' Travis Atson

Dec 12, 2014 • New York Post
The Red Storm have offered the underclassman a scholarship. Seton Hall hosted New Jersey guards Trevon Duval, Bryce Aiken and T.J. Gibbs and New York forward Veer Singh of Thurgood Marshall Academy for its rout of Rutgers last Saturday. More

Schools violate state law by requiring minimum Common Core test scores

Sep 21, 2014 • New York Post
Manhattan's Thurgood Marshall Academy for Learning and Social Change requires test scores of 2 to 4. After the troubled rollout of the Common Core standards and state exams — which 64 percent of New York students failed in math and 68 percent failed ... More

JPMorgan's 'The Fellowship Initiative' helps disadvantaged high schoolers ...

Jun 21, 2014 • New York Daily News
'The Fellowship Initiative' offers academic training, leadership retreats and college application support to disadvantaged young men of color. The program, which is expanding to Chicago and Los Angeles, has helped fellows graduate from high school on ... More

Desi Rodriguez steps up with Hall's big men in trouble

Jan 31, 2015 • Setonian
The 6-foot-6 freshman out of the Bronx, N.Y., was coming off a scoreless night against Marquette on Wednesday, but he delivered his biggest performance of the season thus far on Saturday. Rodriguez scored two lay-ins on as many possessions for the ... More

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