Seton Hall moves to 2-0 with win over Wake Forest
Nov12

Seton Hall moves to 2-0 with win over Wake Forest

Seton Hall women’s basketball remained perfect on the season with a 67-57 win against Wake Forest on Sunday afternoon. In both games this season, the Pirates have won by double digits. Seton Hall ran with the same starting five as Saturday’s game against Saint Peter’s, consisting of JaQuan Jackson and Nicole Jimenez at guard and Taylor Brown, Shadeen Samuels and Donnaizha Fountain at forward. The Pirates were hot out of the...

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Marathon match against Marquette ends in defeat
Oct29

Marathon match against Marquette ends in defeat

Seton Hall and Marquette went the distance on Saturday night in an emotional, five-set match which saw the Golden Eagles come out on top. The Pirates started slow out of the gate, and Marquette capitalized by quickly jumping to a 10-5 lead in the first set The Pirates were able to claw their way back, thanks largely in part to key digs from libero Sarah Kenneweg. The impact was a continuation of good things for Kenneweg, who picked up...

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Swim and Dive take down local duo on Seton Hall Weekend
Oct21

Swim and Dive take down local duo on Seton Hall Weekend

It was an impressive sweep for the Seton Hall swimming and diving teams on Saturday afternoon, as Taylor Jackson’s school-record in the six-round, one-meter dive competition was one of many highlights in both teams’ sweep of Garden State opposition Monmouth and Montclair State. Jackson’s score of 325.42 in the one-meter six dives not only lit up the scoreboard inside Arthur E. Imperatore Natatorium, but provided a catalyst for a Seton...

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Volleyball dominates in win over St. John’s
Oct15

Volleyball dominates in win over St. John’s

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team pieced together a convincing straight-set win over St. John’s on Saturday night in Walsh Gymnasium. Things did not start so convincing, however, as St. John’s bolted to an early lead. Despite Seton Hall’s best efforts to pull the set closer, it wasn’t until head coach Allison Yaeger called a timeout, with the Pirates down 22-19, that fortunes began to turn around for the home side. “We had to...

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Pirates fall in seesaw affair with ranked Creighton
Sep29

Pirates fall in seesaw affair with ranked Creighton

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team could not overcome No. 14 ranked Creighton University on Friday night as they dropped to 1-2 in Big East plays. Despite the 3-0 final score, the Pirates battled impressively in the high profile matchup. Set one was a back-and-forth contest for the ages. Creighton jumped out to an early 4-0 lead, but Seton Hall soon battled back to tie the set at five. Following that, the Pirates took control on a...

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Women’s soccer blanked by Ivy League foe at home
Sep17

Women’s soccer blanked by Ivy League foe at home

Seton Hall women’s soccer fell 3-0 to Harvard in their final non-conference contest on Sunday afternoon. The loss was the Pirates’ third in their last four matches. Seton Hall showed signs of life multiple times in the game, primarily in the first half with Harvard’s top two goal-scorers, Leah Mohammadi and Murphy Agnew, starting on the bench. However, Seton Hall was not able to break their winless streak. After a slow start, the two...

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Pirates split Saturday doubleheader in Illinois
Sep09

Pirates split Saturday doubleheader in Illinois

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team ended their run at the Redbird Classic in Normal, Ill. on Saturday by splitting a doubleheader against hosts Illinois State University and the University of Dayton. The Pirates were victorious in their afternoon match against Illinois State; however, they could not overcome Dayton an hour later. In their match against Illinois State, the Pirates got off to an unusually slow start. In the...

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Second half goal gives Seton Hall second straight loss
Sep01

Second half goal gives Seton Hall second straight loss

Seton Hall men’s soccer was not able to overcome Stony Brook University on the road Friday night, with the host Sea Wolves defeating the Pirates 1-0. The loss drops the Pirates’ record to 0-2-1. After a slow start by both teams, Seton Hall began to take momentum midway through the first half. As the pressure mounted, the Pirates earned the first prime scoring chance of the game off a foul a few yards outside the box. Seton Hall...

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Seton Hall splits Saturday double header to punctuate weekend in Norman
Aug26

Seton Hall splits Saturday double header to punctuate weekend in Norman

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team used the momentum from its season-opening victory on Friday to split a doubleheader in Norman, Okla. Saturday. The matches ended the team’s run in the Oklahoma Invitational, as it finished with a record of 2-1. In the first game, the Pirates could not inch out the University of Colorado Buffaloes, dropping two closely contested sets and eventually the entire match by the score of 3-0. Despite...

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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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