Softball loses heartbreaker in rubber match with Villanova
Mar26

Softball loses heartbreaker in rubber match with Villanova

Seton Hall softball fell to the Villanova Wildcats, 8-7, in the rubber match of a three-game series to open Big East play. The bats began working early, especially for Villanova who started the top of the first with three runs. Nikki Alden had a two-run home run and immediately after, Natalia Segovia added a solo home run of her own to the same location. Pirates fired back in the bottom half with an Alexis Walkden home run, however,...

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Bozzella talks Pirates’ losing season, ‘inconsistency’
Mar22

Bozzella talks Pirates’ losing season, ‘inconsistency’

Women’s basketball coach Tony Bozzella has changed the program around in the last three seasons. After making the NCAA Tournament in the previous two seasons before this year, he has the best winning percentage as a coach in program history. However, this season was different for Bozzella, who coached a young team to a 12-19 record. Bozzella admitted it was a hard season to get through and the season was not up to the program’s new...

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Pirates win first game of women’s Big East Tournament
Mar04

Pirates win first game of women’s Big East Tournament

Seton Hall beat Providence Saturday in the first round of the Big East Tournament in Milwaukee, 73-60. Seton Hall came in losing its last seven games, however, the team was able to find a rhythm early. At the first media timeout, Seton Hall was up 9-8 and after a quick run and a three-pointer from Deja Winters, the Pirates were up 14-8. At the end of one Seton Hall led 18-12. JaQuan Jackson led the scoring with eight. The second...

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Women’s basketball reflects on season, talks preparation for Big East Tournament
Mar01

Women’s basketball reflects on season, talks preparation for Big East Tournament

The women’s basketball team fell Feb. 26 to St. John’s University, giving the team a regular season record of 11-18 and 4-14 in Big East play. It is the team’s first overall losing record since the 2012-13 season and the worst so far under coach Tony Bozzella’s reign. With a young team, a rebuilding year was expected from Seton Hall. However, the way the season went may prove to be a stepping-stone to hopeful success for the Pirates,...

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Jackson’s 32 points not enough as Seton Hall falls in regular season finale
Feb26

Jackson’s 32 points not enough as Seton Hall falls in regular season finale

Seton Hall women’s basketball fell to St. John’s University 77-71 Sunday in its last game of the regular season. From the start, it was a tightly contested battle, staying within a few points throughout. The score was 9-8 St. John’s at the first media timeout and JaQuan Jackson had five of the Pirates’ eight points. At the end of one, the score was 16-14 in favor of the Red Storm. Jackson took over in the second quarter and kept...

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Phil Jackson, please resign
Feb15

Phil Jackson, please resign

The New York Knicks have been the laughing stock of the National Basketball Association for years now. The last respectable season was the 2012-13 campaign when the team lost in six games to the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Although not a magical ending, Knick fans would love to go back to that season where they went 26 games over .500 and grabbed the third seed in the East. Since then, they have a 108-192...

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Pirate’s path to March requires better shooting
Feb08

Pirate’s path to March requires better shooting

As Seton Hall men’s basketball enters the most vital part of its schedule, the team needs to play the best basketball it has in order to put itself in position for the NCAA Tournament. Last year the Pirates finished the regular season with 22 wins. For Seton Hall to do the same this season, it would have to win all of its games the rest of the way. However, with weaker small conference teams than previous seasons and the Big East...

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Seton Hall cross country running shoe drive to Ghana
Jan25

Seton Hall cross country running shoe drive to Ghana

The men’s cross country team is asking the Seton Hall University community to help stimulate the economy, help the environment and provide income for residents of Ghana in need, simply by donating of shoes. The team has paired with the MORE Foundation in these efforts, as the donation of shoes will be sold for a low price in countries of poverty to help the financial fluency of the region. From there, the profits will pay for...

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Despite Rodriguez’s career-high, Pirates can’t finish in overtime loss to Marquette
Jan11

Despite Rodriguez’s career-high, Pirates can’t finish in overtime loss to Marquette

Seton Hall (12-4; 2-2) fell to the Marquette Golden Eagles (11-5; 2-2) Wednesday evening in an overtime loss, 86-89. From the start, the Pirates were slow offensively, as was Marquette, with the score 4-2 at the under-16 timeout. Out of the timeout, Marquette took off to eventually lead 22-8, which included a 15-0 run by the Golden Eagles. Right after, however, Seton Hall fired back with a 15-0 run of its own and made it a 27-25 game...

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Pirates fall to Xavier in second straight Big East matchup
Jan04

Pirates fall to Xavier in second straight Big East matchup

Seton Hall women’s basketball (8-5, 1-1) fell 72-64 to the Xavier Musketeers (9-5, 1-2) on the second half of its two-game conference road trip Wednesday evening. From the beginning, Xavier came out firing offensively. Three of its first four baskets were three-pointers, forcing Seton Hall to call a timeout down 11-7. From there, the Musketeers kept pouring it on, scoring nine straight out of the timeout, making it 20-7 in favor of...

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Seton Hall holds on over Cal to go 2-0 in Pearl Harbor Invitational
Dec07

Seton Hall holds on over Cal to go 2-0 in Pearl Harbor Invitational

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team (6-2) beat the California Golden Bears (7-1), 60-57, on Wednesday night to conclude each team’s Pearl Harbor Invitational trip. From the very beginning, it was a back-and-forth affair, as the teams had six ties and five lead changes in the first half alone. This trend continued for the duration of the game. The two teams got off to a hot start shooting. Seton Hall and Cal were shooting...

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Women’s basketball wins tight battle over Boston College
Nov17

Women’s basketball wins tight battle over Boston College

Seton Hall women’s basketball beat Boston College, 71-66, in a back-and-forth Big East, ACC match-up Thursday evening. The game began with a new lineup, starting Kaela Hilaire at point guard for the Pirates, and she did not disappoint. Right from the start, Hilaire took over as floor general and used her vision and athleticism to both score and dish out some points. Both teams came out scoring right away, making for a first quarter...

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