Seton Hall falls in walk-off fashion after pitching exhibition
Apr30

Seton Hall falls in walk-off fashion after pitching exhibition

The Pirates finished off their weekend series against the No. 18 team in the nation, St. John’s, dropping a 2-1 decision in Queens which gave the Red Storm the series win. The Johnnies got on the board in the bottom of the first inning via a Gui Gingras single, however, this did not start a trend for the Red Storm because Pirates starter Zach Pendergast went on to throw a six-inning gem, allowing only one run on four hits. The...

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SHU baseball takes down rival Rutgers
Apr19

SHU baseball takes down rival Rutgers

On Tuesday, the Pirate baseball team traveled south down the Garden State Parkway to face in-state rival, Rutgers. The trip was worth it for the Pirates as they downed the Scarlet Knights 9-6. The scoring started early for the Pirates. Freshman Matt Toke went from first base to home on a simple ground ball to third base, which ended up being a throwing error so wild that it allowed a run to score. Rutgers did not allow this run to go...

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SHU softball takes weekend series against DePaul
Apr02

SHU softball takes weekend series against DePaul

The Seton Hall softball team won against the Blue Demons of DePaul on Sunday, 7-6. This victory gave the Pirates the weekend series victory, with the two games on Saturday being split victories for the two squads. The scoring started early for the Pirates. In the top of the first inning, catcher Destini Peck hit a two-run single that scored Alexis Walkden and Sara Foster. Foster continued producing for the Pirates in the second inning...

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SHU tennis falls to Utah State in tight battle
Mar09

SHU tennis falls to Utah State in tight battle

On Wednesday, the Seton Hall women’s tennis team played the second match of its schedule’s California swing. The match was hard fought, but ended up being a 5-2 defeat at the hands of the Utah State Aggies. The match started on a very positive note for the Pirates. Luize Strike and Anna Fajornova won their No. 1 doubles match with a score of 6-0. The top team of Strike and Fajornova has found success all season, with this being their...

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SHU women’s tennis splits weekend set
Feb26

SHU women’s tennis splits weekend set

This weekend, the Seton Hall women’s tennis team took on the Morgan State Bears and the Navy Midshipmen. The team beat the Bears 6-1 on Saturday, but fell to the Midshipmen 4-3 on Sunday. The match on Saturday started out as a tight battle, but would that would change quickly. SHU’s No. 1 doubles team of Thandy Kangwa and Anna Fajnorova managed to win its match without having to go to a decisive third set super tiebreaker, with a...

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SHU softball wins doubleheader to start season
Feb18

SHU softball wins doubleheader to start season

The Seton Hall softball team headed south to Boiling Springs, N.C. to begin its 2017 season. In the first two games of a three-game series of the Gardner Webb tournament, the Pirates beat Hampton, 11-1, and Bucknell, 18-8. Game one of the weekend went well, as the Pirates defeated Hampton University 11-1. Seton Hall got on the board in the top of the first via a Darby Pandolfo double, which drove home starting pitcher Lauren Fischer....

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SHU Swimming and Diving Teams place high at Patriot Invitational
Nov20

SHU Swimming and Diving Teams place high at Patriot Invitational

The Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams headed south for the Patriot Invitational hosted by George Mason University this weekend, with the women placing fourth and the men placing third. The women’s squad finished the team division with a total of 537 points. The winner of the women’s invitational was the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The Pirates men’s team continued their recent successes in the pool...

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SHU volleyball falls to Big East-leading Creighton
Oct16

SHU volleyball falls to Big East-leading Creighton

  On Sunday, the Pirates were downed in three sets by Big East powerhouse Creighton. This loss pushed the Pirates to 10-12 on the season, and 4-5 in Big East action. The Bluejays took control of the match early with a 25-10 first set victory, a position in which the Pirates have had difficulty battling back from this season. The Pirates lost the second set in a similar fashion to the first, 25-15. The Bluejays faced more of a...

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SHU men’s soccer falls to in-state foe Rider
Sep28

SHU men’s soccer falls to in-state foe Rider

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team lost 1-0 on Tuesday evening in Lawrenceville, N.J., to the Rider Broncos. This loss dropped the Pirates to a 2-6-1 overall record, and a 0-2-0 conference record. The first half of the match was a tightly contested offensive battle with both the Broncos and the Pirates having six shots. The lone and decisive goal came in the 29th minute when Rider senior Fernando Pena scored off of a give-and-go play,...

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