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Category Archives: Michael Hemesath
(New York Times) John Gagliardi, who won more games (489) and coached more seasons (64) than anyone in the history of college football, announced his retirement Monday, nine days after wrapping up his 60th season at Division III St. John’s … Continue reading
In light of the current investigation underway by law enforcement, I would like to know who authorized the (near complete) scrubbing of BM’s name from the SJU Athletic Department web site.
Needless to say, we no longer donate money and are not proud to be graduates of SJU. My parents recently told me that they have removed CSB and SJU from their will.
[Webmaster's Note #1: The following email was sent to Saint John's University President Michael Hemesath and ten other members of the CSB/SJU community on September 28, 2012. There has been no response. ]
ST. JOSEPH — Even as he gets set to start his 60th season as the head football coach at St. John’s, John Gagliardi is still setting goals for himself.
“The Saint John’s community both shaped and shapes me, and it is a rare gift to be able to lead my alma mater through this important transition in the relationship between the monastery and the university.” – Michael Hemesath