Women’s golf heading to Raleigh for NCAA Regional
Apr29

Women’s golf heading to Raleigh for NCAA Regional

The team is heading to their second straight Big Dance.

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Baseball’s woeful offense continues to slump as Rutgers edges Pirates
Apr24

Baseball’s woeful offense continues to slump as Rutgers edges Pirates

The Seton Hall baseball team’s offense continued a major slump as the Pirates dropped the series opener against Rutgers, 3-2, on Friday afternoon at Owen T. Carroll Field. Missing starting third baseman Kyle Grimm (.356 avg.) and left fielder Zack Weigel (.282 avg.), the Pirates’ offense could not find anything more than two RBI in the bottom of the third by senior shortstop D.J. Ruhlman and senior first baseman Sal Annunziata. It was...

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Back-to-back: Women’s golf wins 2nd straight BET
Apr22

Back-to-back: Women’s golf wins 2nd straight BET

SHU repeats as conference champs.

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XC’s John Moon named US Pan-Am head coach
Apr22

XC’s John Moon named US Pan-Am head coach

When the best of the best runners in the United States hit the track in Toronto, Ontario, this summer in the U.S. Pan American Games, the man that will lead the Americans is one of the most respected names associated with running in the country. Accomplishing feat-after-feat on the biggest of stages in running, John Moon, the head coach of the Americans has made more than enough history throughout his career. Out of all of the special...

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Keys to SHU baseball hitting their stride
Apr15

Keys to SHU baseball hitting their stride

The good news for the Seton Hall baseball team is that the Pirates enter the third weekend of Big East play with a 4-2 record in the league and will host three of their final four league series. The bad news? The Hall’s offense has been on and off, and the Pirates are looking for better starting pitching. While it was a midweek contest that really doesn’t impact SHU at this point, Tuesday’s 3-1 loss to Monmouth was another display of...

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2015 Masters exactly what golf needed
Apr15

2015 Masters exactly what golf needed

This year’s Masters brought something that’s rarely, if ever, seen in any other sport than golf.

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Haefeli rocking senior season
Apr08

Haefeli rocking senior season

A Q&A with softball’s Sara Haefeli.

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Men can still make something of roller coaster season
Feb25

Men can still make something of roller coaster season

The Pirates host Creighton on Saturday

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Richardson-Smith makes history as WBB routs G’Town
Feb20

Richardson-Smith makes history as WBB routs G’Town

The Pirates won 95-68.

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Brian Williams is a personal let down
Feb18

Brian Williams is a personal let down

NBC I’ve been fascinated by broadcasters since I was 10 years old. From an early age, I loved to not only watch sports and news shows, but I liked to talk about what I was hearing. I would sit in front of my TV and begin to act as if I was conversing with the commentators. I would then turn down the volume and begin to commentate myself just by watching the screen. As someone who loved to just talk, that’s how I got into...

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Freshmen lead short-handed Hall into Queens
Feb18

Freshmen lead short-handed Hall into Queens

It will be SHU’s first game without Sterling Gibbs

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We’re taking history for granted at UConn
Feb18

We’re taking history for granted at UConn

Auriemma’s girls have been unstoppable

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