Prendergast no-no means Pirates a go for Big East Tournament
May15

Prendergast no-no means Pirates a go for Big East Tournament

  The Seton Hall baseball team earned a 1-0 victory over Big East rivals Villanova in game two of its double-header on Sunday with a historic no-hit performance from Seton Hall’s Zach Prendergast, one of many positives for a Pirates team that enjoyed a convincing three-game sweep of the home side in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. After two complete games were thrown in the days’ earlier seven-inning contest by Cullen Dana and Hunter...

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SHU tennis falls to DePaul in second to last regular season matchup
Apr25

SHU tennis falls to DePaul in second to last regular season matchup

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team fell to DePaul, 4-0 on its second to last regular game of the season on Saturday night. Coming into the game the Pirates were looking to turn around their 7-7, 1-2 record in the Big East and try to gain some momentum before the Big East Tournament kicks off. The match started off well for the Pirates as freshmen Melody Taal and Michal Matson took a 6-2 victory at No. 3 doubles and put the Pirates up...

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Pirates fall to Xavier in close battle to open series
Apr14

Pirates fall to Xavier in close battle to open series

The Seton Hall baseball team lost 2-1 to Xavier tonight in the first of a three-game series Thursday. The game started out relatively slowly for both teams as each team held each other scoreless in the first inning. The best chance to score came for Xavier after it managed to get two runners on base before Chris Morris closed out the inning. The second inning continued the same scoreless trend as the first as Ryan Ramirez hit a single...

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SHU baseball falls to Troy University to start weekend
Mar03

SHU baseball falls to Troy University to start weekend

The Seton Hall baseball team fell to Troy University 6-3 Friday in its first game of the 2017 Cox Diamond Invitational. The first two innings of the game remained incredibly close, with both teams failing to score a single run. Troy opened the scoring in the third inning of the game taking a 1-0 lead. Seton Hall quickly responded and scored twice in the top of the fourth after junior Mike Alescio hit a triple, batting home Mike Caputo...

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SHU tennis falls to NJIT despite comeback effort
Feb18

SHU tennis falls to NJIT despite comeback effort

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team suffered a 4-3 defeat to NJIT Friday night, after scoring three straight points in what appeared to be the start of a Pirate comeback. Freshmen Krista Cerpina and Anniek Jansen started the day for the pirates with an impressive early 7-5 doubles victory in the No. 3 flight. However, NJIT managed to bounce back and went on to win the remaining two doubles matchups to take a 1-0 lead in the...

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Men’s and women’s cross country compete in NCAA Regionals
Nov12

Men’s and women’s cross country compete in NCAA Regionals

The Seton Hall men’s cross country team came in 20th out of 22 teams Friday in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals. The Pirates ran in the 10K race and as a whole had an average time of 33:35. Standout performers for Seton Hall included Bryant Cordova, Jarod Moser and Richard Stephens. Cordova was the only Pirate that made it into the top-100. He came in 94th place and had a time of 32:45. Moser finished less than a minute after Cordova...

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SHU swimming and diving takes down Big East rival
Oct16

SHU swimming and diving takes down Big East rival

The Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams put up an impressive performance this weekend during West Virginia’s quad meet. The men’s team defeated three-time defending Big East champions Xavier, 231-118, while also falling to West Virginia, 204-157. The Pirates had five first-place finishes in the meet, all by freshmen. Tyler Kauth placed first in the 200 backstroke with a time of 1:52.03. Connor...

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SHU volleyball drops double-header
Sep17

SHU volleyball drops double-header

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team fell to Seattle and Princeton University on the opening day of the Rutgers Invitational in a double-header Friday. The team’s record now stands at 5-7 on the season. In the first game against Seattle University, the Pirates lost three consecutive sets (26-28, 17-25, 26-28). Standout performers were Tessa Fournier, who recorded a match-high 28 digs, while Cherise Hennigan led the team with...

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