High-powered offense has women’s basketball off to fast start
Dec06

High-powered offense has women’s basketball off to fast start

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team has jumped out to a strong start this season thanks in large part to their improved, high-scoring offense. Through their first seven games, the Pirates are 6-1, which is a notable improvement from the 2016-17 season in which they got out to a 4-3 start through the first seven games. The team’s explosive offense can be attributed to the improvements the Pirates are seeing on the court. Through...

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Women’s soccer falls to Providence in Mary Jennings memorial game
Oct22

Women’s soccer falls to Providence in Mary Jennings memorial game

Seton Hall’s women’s soccer lost a heartbreaker Sunday against Providence College, 2-1, in a game honoring Mary Jennings. The team’s record is now 0-11-5, and with the Pirates no longer in post-season contention. Jennings was a Seton Hall soccer player who would have graduated in 2007 with a degree in secondary education and history. Unfortunately, in 2006, at the age of 21, Jennings lost her battle with cancer. In support of...

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Cardiac Pirates: Men’s soccer overcomes three-goal deficit, wins in overtime at Princeton
Sep07

Cardiac Pirates: Men’s soccer overcomes three-goal deficit, wins in overtime at Princeton

Seton Hall men’s soccer pulled off a Herculean comeback, coming back from three goals down to win in overtime, 4-3, on the road Thursday against the Princeton Tigers. The Pirates went into their game against the Tigers with the odds stacked against them, with Seton Hall having not won a match at Princeton since 2000. The Pirates and Tigers got off to good starts with both sides showing compactness early that would seldom last. Later...

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Pirates earn first result of season, a 1-1 draw, against Fordham
Sep01

Pirates earn first result of season, a 1-1 draw, against Fordham

Seton Hall women’s soccer earned a draw against the Fordham Rams after double overtime in its third consecutive road game at Jack Coffey Field in Bronx, N.Y on Friday. The Pirates were quick to get on the scoreboard when Lauren Hall connected on her second career goal from 18 yards out in the sixth minute to give the Pirates an early 1-0 advantage. Seton Hall’s defense was stellar throughout the first half, led by goalkeeper...

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SHU softball nearly rallies back to beat Providence College
Apr25

SHU softball nearly rallies back to beat Providence College

Seton Hall softball lost 8-7 to Providence College on Saturday. The Pirates’ record is now 20-19-1. In the top of the first inning, Sara Foster singled through the left side. Valerie Suto grounded out, but Foster made to second. Alexis Walkden singled, sending Foster to third base. Walkden stole second but was left stranded. In the bottom of the first, Providence scored two runs to lead 2-0. In the second inning, Hailey Arteaga...

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SHU women’s golf places 10th in final regular season tournament
Apr12

SHU women’s golf places 10th in final regular season tournament

Seton Hall’s women’s golf team finished 10th place Tuesday at the Hoya Invitational hosted by Georgetown. After day one of the tournament, the Pirates were in 11th place. Freshman Maddie Sager was the team’s low score for the third time this season. She shot a 3-over-par, 75, in the second round and a 4-over-par in the third. Sager finished the tournament tied for 21st place among 88 individual golfers. She was the Pirates’ best...

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SHU softball falls to Iowa State as it continues Aggie Invitational
Mar10

SHU softball falls to Iowa State as it continues Aggie Invitational

The Pirates took on the Iowa State Cyclones during day two of the Aggie Invitational hosted by UC Davis, and despite the Pirates’ best efforts they were shut out 2-0 by their opponents. Seton Hall’s record is now 8-7-1. In the first two innings of the game, both teams were held scoreless. In the top of the second, senior Valerie Suto singled to shortstop. Suto’s hit was the Pirates’ only hit of the day. In the bottom of the third,...

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Kim takes lone win as SHU tennis falls to Cal State Fullerton
Mar05

Kim takes lone win as SHU tennis falls to Cal State Fullerton

Seton Hall tennis fell to Cal State Fullerton with a score of 6-1 Sunday to start its California road trip. The Pirates’ record is now 4-4 while their opponent, the Titans, remain undefeated. No. 1 doubles pair Anna Fajorova and Luize Strike were defeated 6-0 to start the match. No. 2 doubles Katie Kim and Thandy Kangwa lost their match 6-4. Kangwa is now 8-4 overall in her double matches. The Pirates managed to steal one win in...

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SHU softball splits day two of Louisville Slugger Tournament
Mar04

SHU softball splits day two of Louisville Slugger Tournament

Seton Hall softball split day two of the Louisville Slugger Tournament on Saturday with a win against Portland State, 8-5, and a loss against the Tournament hosts, Pacific, 0-3. In the bottom of the first inning against Portland State, Alexis Walkden hit her third homerun of the season to open up the scoring and put Seton Hall up 1-0. Portland State scored four runs in the top of the second, but Seton Hall was able to tie up the game,...

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Men’s swimming and diving win Big East Championship, women place third
Feb25

Men’s swimming and diving win Big East Championship, women place third

Seton Hall men’s swimming and diving team came up big to capture the Big East Championship title Saturday for the first time in school history, while the women’s team came in third place in the 2017 Big East Swimming and Diving Championships. The Pirates started out their weekend strong with both men’s and women’s teams breaking the 800-yard freestyle relay records. The quartet of Lior Grubert, Vadim Jacobson, Tyler Kauth and Noah...

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Women win, men lose in swim and dive meet at Rider
Jan13

Women win, men lose in swim and dive meet at Rider

The men’s swim and dive team ended its win streak at six in a row with a 154-142 loss to Rider, while the women picked up their second win in a row with a score of 184-110 over Rider. Although the men’s team was not able to pull off a win, many swimmers and teams had impressive times, such as the 400-yard relay team that came in second place. Noah Yanchulis, Tyler Kauth, Connor Phillips and Vadim Jacobson logged a time of 3:07.67....

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Spindler puts up eight saves in Pirate loss
Oct23

Spindler puts up eight saves in Pirate loss

Seton Hall’s men’s soccer fell 1-0 to the nationally-ranked Butler Bulldogs on Saturday night. In the loss, Seton Hall was outshot 14 to eight. The Bulldogs scored their only goal of the game 21 minutes into the first half. The lone goal was scored by Eric Leonard, and Butler took this lead into halftime. In the second half, Seton Hall had multiple chances at scoring an equalizer, but Butler continued to fight the Pirates off....

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