Jerry Carino, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Jerry Carino

The Asbury Park Press NJ

New Jersey, United States

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Recent articles by Jerry:

Rutgers basketball: Caleb McConnell debuts in romp of Central Connecticut

5 takeaways as the standout guard returned from a knee injury → Read More

Seton Hall basketball: Tyrese Samuel beats buzzer, Memphis in signature win

3 thoughts, 3 quotes on the ESPN Events Invitational in Orlando. Big Feast Week test for the Pirates. → Read More

World Cup 2022: Manasquan NJ native helps lead security for US team in Qatar

Philip “PJ” Nice, a special agent with the U.S. Department of State, is assigned to protect the U.S. team at the World Cup. → Read More

Rutgers basketball: Antwone Woolfolk oozes promise in romp of Rider

5 takeaways as the Scarlet Knights impressed on the court and made waves in the broadcast booth → Read More

'My heart is happy': Kids get free music lessons from Salvation Army in Asbury Park

A program launched by the Salvation Army and Dillon Music gives kids ages 6 to 12 free music lessons in Asbury Park. → Read More

Associated Press Top 25 men's basketball poll: Jerry Carino's ballot

Michigan State, Iowa, Maryland move in after big week for Big Ten → Read More

Popular Christmas Light Show moving from Wall to new home

The immensely popular Christmas Light Show is changing municipalities, but it’s not going far. → Read More

Rutgers basketball, missing backcourt standouts, falls to Temple

5 takeaways from the shorthanded Scarlet Knights' first real test of the season → Read More

Seton Hall basketball: Donald Copeland returns with Wagner

There are four former Pirates coaching in Division I right now. That's no coincidence. → Read More

Seton Hall basketball: Donald Copeland returns with Wagner

There are four former Pirates coaching in Division I right now. That's no coincidence. → Read More

Seton Hall basketball: Donald Copeland returns with Wagner

There are four former Pirates coaching in Division I right now. That's no coincidence. → Read More

Seton Hall basketball gets reality check from Iowa, red-hot Murray

5 takeaways from the Gavitt Games showdown, the first high-major test of the new-look Pirates → Read More

Seton Hall basketball gets reality check from Iowa, red-hot Murray

5 takeaways from the Gavitt Games showdown, the first high-major test of the new-look Pirates → Read More

New Jersey college soccer, with 3 teams in NCAAs, ready to fulfill vast promise?

Rutgers, Seton Hall and FDU men's soccer made the 48-team NCAA Tournament. 'It's great for local soccer.' → Read More

Associated Press Top 25 men's basketball poll: Jerry Carino's ballot

Villanova's gone. Is UConn moving in? → Read More

Rutgers men's soccer returns to glory with Big Ten Tournament title

The Scarlet Knights beat perennial power Indiana to secure the program's first title since 1999 and first NCAA Tournament berth since 2015. → Read More

Girls Cross Country: Freehold Township's Zawatski wins Meet of Champions

Emma Zawatski became the fourth Shore Conference girl ever to strike MOC gold on the trails. She led the Patriots to third place overall. → Read More

Seton Hall basketball rocks Saint Peter's as nostalgia goes out the window

5 takeaways as Shaheen Holloway and KC Ndefo were all business against the program the led to the Elite Eight last March. → Read More

'There's more of us than you think': Middletown man encourages fellow veterans with PTSD

Don Redondo, an Iraq War veteran, knows how overwhelming life with PTSD can be. That's why the Middletown man is helping others with it. → Read More

'I was frightened to death': WWII veteran's war tales grip Wall students

Matthew Yacovino wasn't all that much older than the students he spoke to in Wall when he found himself manning a machine gun in World War II. → Read More