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Johnnies Tidbits 3 months 3 weeks ago #431321

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WWE “cocoa butt”

 
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I guess it's good he didn't pull an Omar Cook/Reggie Jessie on him and punch him in the balls.
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Just curious has Analdo Toro announced his plans for next year?

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SJU85 post=432738 wrote: Just curious has Analdo Toro announced his plans for next year?

Hearing he may take up basketball. I blame you 85 for setting me up and forcing me to joke around. 
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Would be nice if Glenn Braica landed this son of former Johnny

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·        Web Release ·        Register  QUEENS, N.Y. (April 23, 2021) – Former St. John’s men’s basketball guard Jonathan Scheiman, Ph.D. will be featured in the University’s next Alumni Speaker Series highlighting his work with FitBiomics on Wednesday, April 28 at 6 p.m. A co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of New York based FitBiomics, Scheiman will lead a virtual discussion with Olympians Nathan AdrianLia Neal and professional triathlete Angela Naeth to discuss the next generation of probiotics and the positive impact on athletes. All fans and supporters are invited to join this Alumni Speaker Series with Scheiman, The Future of Health and Wellness is in your Gut, by registering for free at  StJohns.edu/FutureOfHealthAndWellness . St. John’s Basketball and FOX Sports analyst Vin Parise will moderate the interactive virtual discussion.  “It is exciting and surreal to return to St. John's as a former ballplayer and talk about FitBiomics,” said Scheiman. “This is an awesome opportunity to discuss how we are decoding microbiomes, developing next-generation probiotics, and applying this research towards athletic performance as well as overall consumer health.” FitBiomics is also offering all St. John’s supporters an 11 percent discount off products purchased on  Nella by FitBiomics  using the promo code ‘StJohnsBasketball’. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Red Storm men’s and women’s basketball programs.  “Bridging the gap between athletics and biotechnology to drive innovation that's beneficial to everyone is something that truly excites myself and the FitBiomics team,” Scheiman said. Scheiman donned number 11 for St. John’s and made 27 appearances for the Red Storm during his four year career from 1999-2003. A New York City native, Scheiman went to two NCAA Tournaments during his time at St. John’s and was a member of the 2000 BIG EAST Championship as well as the 2003 National Invitation Tournament Championship teams. After earning a bachelor’s degree in biology from St. John’s in 2003, Scheiman received his doctorate from the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences at NYU before serving as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School in its Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. His research at Harvard led to the founding of FitBiomics, a sports biotechnical company.  Scheiman will be joined on the virtual panel by a trio of world-class athletes who have competed at the highest level of their respective sports. Adrian is an eight-time Olympic medalist, including five gold, in swimming who represented the United States at the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Summer Games. Adrian owns a pair of gold medals in both the 100-meter freestyle and 4x100-meter medley relay while also earning gold for the 4x100-meter freestyle. Neal, a Brooklyn native, also represented the United States at the Olympic Games in 2012 and 2016 where she captured silver and bronze in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay. Naeth is an accomplished triathlete who won the 2015 North American Ironman National Championships while also placing eighth at the Ironman World Championships in 2018. “This truly is a new frontier that originates in our gut. And what better way to make this technology accessible than by working with some of the best athletes in the world,” said Scheiman.
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Last night former St. John’s forward Arnaldo Toro was the No. 2 overall pick by Santeros de Aguada, a Puerto Rican professional basketball team in the Baloncesto Superior Nacional League #SJUBB
 
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