Kimi Evans

This One Goes to 11
TOMS RIVER - The attention St. John Vianney senior center Kimi Evans drew in the low post Saturday against Neptune in the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals at Pine Belt Arena created plenty of open looks for her teammates.
When those shots misfired during a stretch of the second half, Vianney…
Back in the Hunt
With four new starters - many of whom played sparingly, if at all on last year's NJSIAA Tournament of Champions winner - in her 2016-17, St. John Vianney coach could easily and endlessly implore her less experienced players to get the ball to returning senior center and Seton Hall recruit Kimi …
Worth the Wait
TRENTON – The road to an NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title has been a long one for the St. John Vianney girls basketball seniors, littered with a number of tough losses along the way. If the journey to the top spot in N.J. lasted two overtimes longer than it was supposed to, the Lancers sen…
The Last Lance
TOMS RIVER - Prior to this season, none of the members of the St. John Vianney girls basketball team had played in a tournament championship game. Now, they are one win away from adding to the storied legacy of the Lady Lancers program and cementing themselves as one of its best teams ever...
BACK TO BACK CHAMPIONS
Toms River, NJ- From the moment Saint John Vianney lost to Saint Rose in last years Tournament of Champions Semi-Final game, the Lancers have been on a mission.  Saturday afternoon at the Pine Belt Arena in Toms River, Saint John Vianney wasted no time making a statement and finished off I…
THREE DOWN, TWO TO GO...
Jackson, NJ- Not every game goes as scripted or is painted with beautiful strokes, but the end product of tonights NJSIAA Non Public A South Championship is perfect enough for Saint John Vianney who beat Gloucester Catholic for the third year in a row 39-25...
LANCERS CAPTURE SCT CROWN
West Long Branch, NJ- Stakes were never higher than they were Saturday night at the Monmouth University Athletic Center between two of the Shore Conferences top girls programs in Saint John Vianney and Manasquan. The two squads entered the Shore Conference Tournament Championship game looking to add…
Finally Finals Bound
TOMS RIVER - This year's St. John Vianney girls basketball team brought back a roster of accomplished varsity players who have played in the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions and have been ranked among the top teams in the state.
Despite its accomplishments and collective pedigree, there is still one th…
A Central Champs Again
By Ella Brockway
SSN Student Correspondent
HOLMDEL—The St. John Vianney Lancers (16-1, 9-0) completed a regular-season sweep of the Manasquan Warriors (11-5, 5-3) in thrilling fashion Tuesday night, beating their division rivals 61-55...
LANCERS REMAIN ON FIRE
Holmdel, NJ- From the opening tip-off there was no question St. John Vianney was ready to continue their winning ways. Entering the game on a 12 game winning streak, the Lancers have been playing complete “Team” ball as of late and Sunday afternoon was another example of …
Reloaded Lancers
RUMSON - The St. John Vianney girls basketball team is getting closer to full strength and Tuesday night against another one of the hottest teams in the state, the Lancers displayed what the rest of the Shore Conference could be in for now that they have a full roster...