Manhattan College produced a 97 percent GSR for the cohort with 10 programs attaining a perfect 100 GSR.
The Manhattan College community dedicates a community artwork to commemorate the life and legacy of St. John Baptist de La Salle for the Tercentenary.
Seven individuals will take their place alongside the list of Jasper legends.
The two-time Olympian and legendary track and field coach and athlete returns to Manhattan College.
Seven individuals and one team have been elected to the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018.
Baseball teammates Fabian Pena and Joe Jacques were taken by two National League teams in the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft.
The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is raising funds to upgrade athletic facilities that support teams that compete at Gaelic Park.
Communication majors will have the ability to take advantage of the College's partnership with ESPN to gain experience for working in the production field.
Nine individuals and two teams were recognized at the annual gala on campus.
The newest class of Jasper greats will be inducted on Saturday, Nov. 11.
The NCAA recognized Manhattan College’s golf, softball, women's basketball and women's cross country teams.
The Jaspers will play in the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic on December 1-2, 2017.
Drew Kelleher, Manhattan College’s second-year head coach, knows his way around Riverdale and it’s paying dividends.
Eight former student-athletes and two teams were recognized on Saturday, Nov. 12.
The Jaspers’ Athletics department is among nation’s best.
The former Jasper track and field standout won gold at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.
The Manhattan College president will lead the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference's presidential committee for a two-year term.
The class includes Jaspers from the previous five decades.
Vulin is a 16-year coaching veteran, with stops at Virginia Tech, Villanova, Sacred Heart and North Dakota State.
The men’s golf, women’s basketball and softball programs were recognized after ranking among the top 10 percent in the NCAA's multi-year Academic Progress Rate report.
Reilly has more than 30 years of experience in intercollegiate athletics, and has been a top-level student-athlete, coach and athletics administrator.
The Manhattan College senior is active in the community while performing well in the classroom and excelling for the Jaspers' softball team.
Kellogg’s bravery and courage was evident throughout his life, as he halted a gambling scandal and overcame paralysis.
Eight individuals and two championship teams made up the 2015 Hall of Fame class.
Manhattan’s graduation rate was second highest in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Two championship teams and eight individuals make up the 2015 Hall of Fame class.
Women’s rowing elevated from a club sport beginning in the 2015-16 academic year.
Former Jasper basketball player Rhamel Brown left behind an incredible legacy as a leader and a winner prior to beginning his professional basketball career in Israel.
Several recent graduates headline outstanding 2014 class, including the all-time leading scorer in Manhattan College men’s basketball history.
Inspired by World Cup research, mathematics majors apply mathematical techniques to measure the teamwork on the women’s soccer team.
Boe Pearman, most recently the interim director of athletics at Southern Connecticut State University, was named the senior associate director of athletics at Manhattan College.
Manhattan College to Allow Steve Masiello To Return To CoachingAfter He Completes Undergraduate Degree
Manhattan College today announced it will reinstate Steve Masiello as its men’s head basketball coach, once he has completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky.
As a result of a background check commissioned by the University of South Florida, Manhattan College has learned there is a question of the validity of head men’s basketball coach, Steve Masiello’s undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky.
Manhattan College’s senior associate director of Athletics to become the next director of Athletics.
Inventor of ACL surgery, William Clancy ’63, M.D., among eight honorees inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 2.