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Game Preview: St. John's vs Butler

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Johnnies Storm into Hinkle Fieldhouse in search of their first Big East Win.
By Sam Gutnik@sam_gutnik on Jan 15, 2016, 8:52a

Both the Johnnies and the Butler Bulldogs will be desperate for a Big East win when they meet this upcoming Saturday. The Johnnies come into this game 7-11 overall (0-5) in Big East play. Johnnies seek to get on the win column in the Big East and snap an 8 game losing streak which is the longest in their basketball program's history.
Coach Chris Mullin understands where his team stands and preaches experience as an important factor in the teams development. "We knew this was going to be a tough year. Just look at our roster, that's what it's going to be. When we get more experience, then all these things are gonna come back and be valuable to us. We'll look back on it and say it was worth it," said Mullin via the New York Post.
The Bulldogs will be pla…

STEVE WOJCIECHOWSKI

http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=22725&SPID=1845&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=152860&Q_SEASON=2011
Coach Info: Position: Associate Head Coach City/State: Severna Park, Md. High School: Cardinal Gibbons Alma Mater: Duke '98

After a standout playing career at Duke that included National Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1998, Steve Wojciechowski returned as an assistant coach for Mike Krzyzewski in 1999-2000. He was promoted to Associate Head Coach in the summer of 2008.
Since Wojciechowski joined the Duke staff, the Blue Devils have posted an incredible 441-92 record, won 9 ACC Tournament championships and claimed the ACC regular season championship five times. Wojciechowski has also been on the staff for 2 NCAA Championships.
Wojciechowski also served as a court coach and scout for Mike Krzyzewski, assisting the USA Basketball Senior National Team staff with on-court duties as well as game preparation from 2006-12, including the program’s go…