Dana dominates in game one of doubleheader
May14

Dana dominates in game one of doubleheader

After being rained out on Saturday afternoon, the Seton Hall baseball team showed no signs of rust as it defeated Villanova in the first game of its Mother’s Day doubleheader by the score of 2-0. Due to time constraints, the game was only seven innings long. For the Pirates, starting pitcher Cullen Dana went the distance and earned a complete game shutout. Dana featured an impressive stat line, as he allowed a mere four hits, struck...

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Women’s tennis falls to Marquette with Big East Championship next
Apr25

Women’s tennis falls to Marquette with Big East Championship next

Seton Hall women’s tennis lost 4-0 to Marquette on Sunday in its final match of the season. The loss dropped the Pirates to 7-9 overall and 1-4 in Big East play. Marquette headed into the match with a record of 13-7 and 1-2 in Big East games. It was senior day for the Golden Eagles and Seton Hall could not keep up out of the gate. Luize Strike, Thandy Kangwa, Michal Matson and Katie Kim all dropped singles matches on the day. None of...

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SHU tennis narrowly falls to top St. John’s squad at home
Apr09

SHU tennis narrowly falls to top St. John’s squad at home

Seton Hall women’s tennis fell in a hard fought battle to St. John’s on Sunday afternoon by the score of 4-3. The Pirates pushed the Red Storm, who are now 5-0 in Big East Conference play, to their brink, but could not pull off the victory. The loss dropped Seton Hall to 1-2 in Big East games and 7-7 overall this season. For doubles, Seton Hall rolled out Luize Strike and Anicka Fajnorova in first doubles, Thandy Kangwa and Katie Kim...

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Baseball struggles in loss to Southeastern Louisiana
Mar04

Baseball struggles in loss to Southeastern Louisiana

Not much went right for Seton Hall baseball on Saturday morning as it fell to Southeastern Louisiana University by the score of 13-1. The Pirates struggled both in the batter’s box and on the diamond, registering only three hits and recording six errors respectively. Seton Hall fell behind early in the game as Southern Louisiana drove home two runs in the second inning. The game was relatively quiet over the next few innings. However,...

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Pirates score five runs in ninth inning to split Michigan series
Feb19

Pirates score five runs in ninth inning to split Michigan series

The Seton Hall baseball team mounted a ninth-inning comeback against Michigan in Port St. Lucie, Fla. on Sunday afternoon to take the final game of the series, 8-6. The Pirates jumped out to an early lead in the second inning, with senior Jackson Martin driving in Mike Caputo and Matt Toke with a single to center. Seton Hall had the bases loaded later in the inning, but a double play prevented any more runs from being scored. Michigan...

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Freshmen making an impact in men’s basketball
Nov30

Freshmen making an impact in men’s basketball

It can be hard for a freshman to make a big impact on any collegiate team right out of the gate. This season there is no shortage of success on the hardwood for freshmen in the Big East. In one way or another, each team in the conference is getting contributions from their newest members. At Seton Hall, 6-foot, 2-inch guard Myles Powell is leading the charge. The Trenton, N.J. native is ranked 17th in the conference with 14.8 points...

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Women’s volleyball sweeps Butler for the win
Oct23

Women’s volleyball sweeps Butler for the win

Seton Hall women’s volleyball improved to 11-13 on the season with a 3-0 sweep of Butler University on Saturday night. The first set was a back-and-forth affair, but Seton Hall came out victorious. The score was tied on multiple occasions, including at 22-22, before a kill by sophomore Abby Thelen sealed the 25-23 set win for the Pirates. Butler led 44-42 in attacks in the first set, but kills were even at 16 for each team. Thelen led...

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Women’s soccer drops fourth straight with loss to Creighton
Oct07

Women’s soccer drops fourth straight with loss to Creighton

Seton Hall women’s soccer continued to struggle Thursday night, as they fell to Creighton University, 4-0. The defeat dropped the Pirates to 0-4 against Big East teams this season. Additionally, it was the team’s fourth straight loss since a draw against Columbia on Sept. 18. For the second game in a row, Seton Hall fell behind within the first ten minutes of the match. Kylin Grubb scored for Creighton in the third minute, despite a...

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