Cale, Mamukelashvili form brotherhood bond on and off the court
Nov15

Cale, Mamukelashvili form brotherhood bond on and off the court

If you walk around Seton Hall’s campus on a men’s basketball off day, odds are that you will see Myles Cale and Sandro Mamukelashvili together. The duo, both now juniors receiving significant playing time under Kevin Willard, came into school together and forged a bond that extends on and off the court. Cale, from Middletown, Delaware, and Mamukelashvili, from Tbilisi, Georgia, each come from dynamically different backgrounds, but...

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Powell’s injury shifts spotlight to  Mamukelashvili
Nov14

Powell’s injury shifts spotlight to Mamukelashvili

Heading into the Seton Hall and Michigan State affair on Nov. 14, all eyes were on preseason All-Americans Myles Powell and Cassius Winston. After Nov. 9, however, the rhetoric has changed. Powell is likely sitting out the contest against the No. 3 Spartans due to an ankle injury suffered in the early stages of the game against Stony Brook. Powell stepped on the Seawolves’ Andrew Garcia’s foot driving to the hoop and then subsequently...

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Pirates close out Walsh Gymnasium schedule with Stony Brook matchup
Nov06

Pirates close out Walsh Gymnasium schedule with Stony Brook matchup

For the first time since 2012, the Seton Hall men’s basketball team will take on the Stony Brook Seawolves on the hardwood, as the Pirates close out their Walsh Gymnasium slate in front of an anticipated sold out crowd. Seton Hall comes into the game after a thunderous start to the season against Wagner. Finishing with an expected, yet convincing 105-71 win over the Seahawks, the Pirates will look to begin the season 2-0 in front of...

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Game 7 of World Series set for massive amounts of strategy
Oct30

Game 7 of World Series set for massive amounts of strategy

As the MLB playoffs come to a close, it becomes more and more apparent the amount of strategy needed to make it big in the month of October. Baseball is always a cerebral game. Whether it be through double-switches for position players of contemplating bullpen configurations, it is extremely important for managers and other executives alike to be in tune with the game and what is going on around them. Miss an opportunity to gain an...

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Kevin Willard ready to take on high expectations in 2019
Oct23

Kevin Willard ready to take on high expectations in 2019

Compared to 2018-19, things are slightly different for Kevin Willard and his squad ahead of the new season. Armed with Big East Preseason Player of the Year and Seton Hall’s first-ever Preseason All-American Selection Myles Powell, as well as a returning cast of players that will only get better with the additions of Ike Obiagu and Tyrese Samuel, Willard has plenty of intriguing tools to work with throughout the year. Thus, it comes...

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Sport prowess runs in Seton Hall recruit’s blood
Oct09

Sport prowess runs in Seton Hall recruit’s blood

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team landed a big-time recruit in late September, as McKenna Minter committed to the Pirates. Minter comes from Lincoln Northeast in Nebraska, the same state where her father, Mike Minter, played college football prior to going to Carolina to be a part of the Panthers for nine years. During his tenure there, Mike was regarded as one of the better safeties in the league, so athletic blood runs in the...

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Fouratt, Sager off to dominant starts
Oct02

Fouratt, Sager off to dominant starts

The Seton Hall women’s golf is off to a torrid start to the fall season, receiving third and first place results in their first two tournaments. At the Nittany Lion Invitational on Sept. 21 and 22, the Pirates were especially clinical at the top, as Sarah Fouratt and Maddie Sager tied for first place as individual champions with one other competitor for the tournament. The duo each had their own successes throughout the two days....

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Volleyball freshmen starting off on right foot
Sep25

Volleyball freshmen starting off on right foot

Seton Hall volleyball coach Allison Yaeger lost plenty of firepower at the end of last season. One of the top players in program history, Abby Thelen, graduated. The outside hitter was a constant threat for the Pirates and equally allowed for other players to see more opportunities due to overcompensation by the opposition. Other threats, including Caitlin Koska and Sophia Coffey, also left after their eligibility expired. Thus,...

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Restricted free agent problems may be a blessing for NHL
Sep25

Restricted free agent problems may be a blessing for NHL

Although NHL free agency is not nearly as bombastic and league-altering as it is in the NBA and MLB, there is still plenty of drama to go around to appease the fans. Two summers ago, John Tavares signed a massive, seven-year deal to return home to the Toronto Maple Leaves and transform them into an instant Stanley Cup contender. This past summer, Artemi Panarin and Sergei Bobrovsky spurned the Columbus Blue Jackets for the New York...

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Johannsdottir finding footing with women’s soccer
Sep18

Johannsdottir finding footing with women’s soccer

In Sept. 2, Seton Hall women’s soccer’s goalkeeper Harpa Johannsdottir was named the Big East Freshman of the Week. She received the honor alongside Offensive Player of the Week Macy Miller of Georgetown, Defensive Player of the Week Meaghan Nally of Georgetown and Goalkeeper of the Week Maddy Henry of Marquette. In terms of the Big East Honor Roll for that week, Johannsdottir was still the only Pirate to get a mention, a dubious...

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Elias ready to help mold changing Pirates
Sep11

Elias ready to help mold changing Pirates

Despite it being Seton Hall men’s soccer captain Stephen Elias’ first season on campus as a graduate student, his roots with the school are far entrenched within his soccer history. Elias came over in a slew of new additions by head coach Andreas Lindberg over the summer. Elias previously spent four years, albeit only three playing, at North Carolina State before heading back closer to home in South Orange. While at North Carolina...

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Women’s Basketball releases non-conference schedule
Sep04

Women’s Basketball releases non-conference schedule

The Seton Hall women’s basketball non-conference schedule was released a few weeks ago, and with it comes a few daunting games for head coach Anthony Bozzella and his squad. Most notably, the University of Connecticut juggernaut team visits Walsh Gymnasium on Dec. 3. A year ago, on Dec. 8, the top-ranked Huskies has the Pirates visit them in a game that saw the Pirates lose by a final of 99-61. In the NCAA Tournament in 2019, Geno...

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