Pirates explode for double digit win as Big East Tournament approaches
May19

Pirates explode for double digit win as Big East Tournament approaches

The Seton Hall baseball team claimed a dominant 16-3 road win over Southeastern University on Thursday night, securing game one in the best of three series. The 16 runs are the Pirates season-high total for a single game. The Hall trailed by one after the first inning but soon turned the game upside down in the top second. After a game-tying unearned run from Matt Fortin, Ryan Ramiz doubled with the bases loaded to give the Pirates a...

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Seton Hall goes winless in competitive doubleheader against Creighton
Apr15

Seton Hall goes winless in competitive doubleheader against Creighton

The Seton Hall softball team showed a valiant effort to redeem a shutout loss in the first game of the doubleheader but ultimately fell short. After losing by eight in six innings in game one, the Hall suffered a 3-2 defeat in extra innings to the Jays of Creighton in game two. Through the first three innings, the game was relatively close with Creighton only scoring one run in each inning. Junior utility Sarah Foster doubled down the...

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Men’s golf falls strokes away from win at Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate
Mar08

Men’s golf falls strokes away from win at Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate

The Pirates seemed to have their first intercollegiate victory of the season Tuesday after an eight-stroke lead at the end of round two over eventual winner Richmond University. The Seton Hall men’s golf team was not able to sustain the lead after the final round, however, and as a result finished second out of 14 at the Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate at Fort Lauderdale North. The Hall was able to secure four top-30 finishes...

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Pirates prevail over San Diego State in closing game of Tony Gwynn Classic
Feb25

Pirates prevail over San Diego State in closing game of Tony Gwynn Classic

After consecutive losses in the previous two games of the Tony Gwynn Classic in San Diego, Cal., the Seton Hall Pirates baseball team was able to leave on a positive note as it cruised to a 10-5 win Saturday over the Aztecs of San Diego State. The Hall opened the game to very efficient hitting as three different players had at least one RBI. Senior right-hander Joe Poduslenko started the scoring off as he doubled to center field to...

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Pirates tennis notches third consecutive victory after win at Quinnipiac
Feb12

Pirates tennis notches third consecutive victory after win at Quinnipiac

After winning one doubles match out of a possible three, the Pirates bounced back to win five of six singles matches to seal the road victory Saturday at Quinnipiac University. For doubles play, the pairs were sophomores Thandy Kangwa with junior Katie Kim, freshmen Michal Matson with Melody Taal and sophomore Anna Fajnorova alongside freshman Krista Cerpina. Kangwa and Kim started the Pirates off on a good note as they rallied for a...

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Women’s volleyball falls short in comeback attempt at Marquette
Nov12

Women’s volleyball falls short in comeback attempt at Marquette

After entering Saturday night having won four out of its last five games, Seton Hall volleyball fell in four sets at Marquette University. Junior Dominique Mason’s team-leading 12 kills was not enough to rally a Pirate comeback. The first set, the most separated set of the game, ended 25-13, a win by way of Marquette. After an early 4-3 lead, the Pirates were never able to get their backs off the wall and regain the lead. As Seton...

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Men and women’s cross country fall short at Lafayette
Oct16

Men and women’s cross country fall short at Lafayette

The Leopard Invitation at Lafayette College was a very important meet Saturday morning for both cross country teams, as they sought the opportunity to build some momentum before the Big East Championship. The Pirate men finished fourth out of seven, and the women’s team finished fourth out of five. For the women, three runners, senior Desyre Blackburn, sophomore Kiley Britten and junior Christiana Rutkowski all finished in the top-15...

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Women’s volleyball stamps comeback over Rutgers in invite closer
Sep17

Women’s volleyball stamps comeback over Rutgers in invite closer

After dropping the first two games of the invitational, the Pirate rallied Saturday morning to beat Rutgers in five sets. Senior Danielle Schroeder’s season-high 17 kills ignited the Pirates to rally from down two sets to win the game. The first two sets were very tight, with the teams separated by four points total, Rutgers leading 53-49. Rutgers started the first set on a 5-0 run and forced the Pirates to try to claw their way back,...

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