Pitchers struggle in blowout loss to Monmouth
Apr18

Pitchers struggle in blowout loss to Monmouth

The Seton Hall baseball team had a tough outing against in-state rival Monmouth Wednesday as the Hawks jumped on the Pirates early en route to a 10-3 victory. John LaRocca got things started for the Hawks with a leadoff double off of Billy Layne Jr., which was followed by two consecutive singles, bringing LaRocca across the plate. Layne appeared to get things under control after striking out two straight, but after hitting Matt Graber...

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Consistency, confidence key to men’s golf championship run
Apr18

Consistency, confidence key to men’s golf championship run

The men’s golf season is nearing its end, with just the Big East Championship remaining. Coming off an eighth-place finish in Princeton, N.J. on April 7 and a sixth-place finish in State College, Penn. at the Rutherford Intercollegiate, the Pirates will look to finish with their best performance of the year in Callawassie Island, S.C. at the Big East Championship from April 29 to May 1. Consistency has at times been lacking for the...

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Late fight not enough as softball is swept by DePaul
Mar25

Late fight not enough as softball is swept by DePaul

The Seton Hall softball team’s slow start resulted in a 12-3 mercy-rule loss to DePaul on Sunday afternoon at Mike Sheppard Sr. Field. The loss gives the Blue Demons the series sweep, as the Pirates fall to 0-3 in conference play. After a scoreless first inning for both sides, Angela Scalzitti of the Blue Demons gave the visitors an early 1-0 lead in the top of the second. The DePaul centerfielder reached first on an error and crossed...

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Kness is boost women’s golf needed to return to form
Mar21

Kness is boost women’s golf needed to return to form

Mia Kness, a freshman on the women’s golf team, is making strides in her first year and has the Pirates heating up in time for the Big East Championship. From the time she stepped on the collegiate course, Kness not only kept up with the competition, but also shot past it. Her strong freshman year began in the fall, with three top-20 finishes in her first four tournaments followed by her first individual title in the Brown Bear...

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Student-athletes find guidance from influential panel
Feb21

Student-athletes find guidance from influential panel

On Feb. 19, the athletic department, led by athletic director Pat Lyons, held the sixth annual leadership forum for student athletes, where Seton Hall players had the opportunity to pick the minds of successful professionals with connection to the university. Val Ackerman, Len DeLuca and Nancy Holecek were on the panel to give their stories and advice to the student-athletes, as well as answer their questions. The event started out...

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Pirates drop third in a row in upset to Georgetown
Feb10

Pirates drop third in a row in upset to Georgetown

A matchup with ninth-place Georgetown on Saturday provided Seton Hall an opportunity to bounce back after losing to Marquette at home Wednesday, but the right answers still elude the Pirates. Seton Hall’s first-half struggles proved to be too much to overcome in the team’s 83-80 loss at Georgetown, the team’s fifth loss in its last seven games. The Pirates’ were slow out of the gate, falling behind 11-8 at the...

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Women’s basketball striving for more than wins in February
Feb07

Women’s basketball striving for more than wins in February

While the Seton Hall women’s basketball team heads into the home stretch of its season with hopes of rising in the Big East, its eyes are also set on another goal that goes beyond the game of basketball. During the month of February, Seton Hall and the Big East are pairing up with the Kay Yow Cancer Fund to raise money in support of the fight against cancers that commonly affect women through the “Play4Kay Free Throw Challenge.” Fans...

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Defensive intensity key for women’s basketball
Jan31

Defensive intensity key for women’s basketball

After winning three of its last four games, the Seton Hall women’s basketball team has found itself in the middle of the Big East standings. However, there is more work to do for the Pirates to find themselves in the top half when the dust settles. The pride of coach Tony Bozzella’s system is the intensity his team brings to the game. From the players on the floor to those on the bench, Seton Hall has utilized a full-team effort to be...

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Pirates blown away by Golden Eagles for their first Big East loss
Jan10

Pirates blown away by Golden Eagles for their first Big East loss

Just a day after being voted the 13th-ranked team in the nation in the most recent AP Poll, Seton Hall came out flat in the second game of their road trip, as they fell to Marquette in the BMO Harris Bradley Center, 84-64. The Pirates kept it close early on, with four players getting on the board right away to give them a 9-6 lead at the first media timeout. From there, it seemed to go downhill for Seton Hall, as Marquette guard...

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One Giant mistake
Nov29

One Giant mistake

The job of a quarterback is to be the general on the field. He is the man, the leader and the one that gets the blame when his team fails. From this aspect of the position, Eli Manning has been the model quarterback. Through 14 seasons as a Giant, with 210 consecutive starts, two Super Bowls and two Super Bowl MVP’s, Manning has been the face of the New York Giants, and has done so with the utmost class and respect. With the Giants...

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Despite improvement, Echeverry’s exit strikes change
Nov15

Despite improvement, Echeverry’s exit strikes change

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team wrapped up its season with a 2-0 win over Villanova on Nov. 1, giving the Pirates a 6-10-1 overall record and a 3-6 mark in conference play. Though the season was not what the team hoped, it was an improvement from previous years. After last year’s record of 4-11-2 and a winless season in 2015, the Pirates found themselves on the winning end more frequently in 2017. The season ultimately resulted in...

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A man of the people: Delgado’s connection to the Seton Hall University community
Nov08

A man of the people: Delgado’s connection to the Seton Hall University community

“Angel. I like Angel.” That was Kevin Willard’s response when asked about what he likes about his frontcourt. Safe to say, a lot of Seton Hall faithful are saying the same thing. In three years as a Pirate, Delgado has emerged as a fan favorite. From his admirable intensity and leadership, to his 1,000-point scoring career, and of course being commonly mentioned as the best rebounder in the country, there’s a lot for Seton Hall to...

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