College is what you make of it, and that includes SHU
Nov16

College is what you make of it, and that includes SHU

“Oh my god! Seton Hall is third in unhappiness for colleges? I knew I hated this school. Why did I ever decide to go here? This school makes me so sad.” As a student at Seton Hall, you are lying if you have not heard at least 20 different people say something along these lines. People love to complain, and because the Princeton Review dubbed the Hall as the third unhappiest school in America, all the students in South Orange feel this...

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Rebimbas brings winning pedigree to women’s coaching staff
Nov14

Rebimbas brings winning pedigree to women’s coaching staff

A Division III national championship game appearance. Two Final Fours. Three Elite Eights. Six conference titles. Nine NCAA Tournament bids. All culminating in a 384-168 record while being named Metropolitan Basketball Writers Coach of the Year four times and a three-time NJAC Coach of the Year. Jose Rebimbas brings experience. As the most decorated head coach in the history of William Patterson men’s basketball, Rebimbas has been...

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Elmore leads the way as Seton Hall blows out Sacred Heart
Nov06

Elmore leads the way as Seton Hall blows out Sacred Heart

As part of a 95-69 season opening victory for Seton Hall over Sacred Heart, Big East Preseason Player of the Year Shadeen Samuels displayed why she was recognized as the conference’s best player, notching a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds. She was one of three players to record double digits points, with four players finishing with nine. Samuels and the Pirates’ source of offense came from behind the three-point line, as...

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Mets, Yankees provide hope for New York  despite weaknesses
Nov06

Mets, Yankees provide hope for New York despite weaknesses

What’s better than New York sports right now? New York is home of the Madison Square Garden, the Mecca of sports – but the Knicks play there. It has two teams in the midst of the NFL season – actually, three teams if you count the Bills, who have just as many wins at MetLife Stadium as the Jets and Giants. And, Brooklyn has Kyrie Irving locked up long-term – but maybe not with his history. With not much to actually look forward to,...

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Senior Night signals end for three women’s soccer players
Oct30

Senior Night signals end for three women’s soccer players

As Halloween nears, it establishes the end of not only October, but also the end of the women’s soccer season in South Orange. With the 2019 campaign all but over, the program will be graduating three seniors – Siobhan McGovern, Marisa Aniolowski, and Jackie Robinson. The atmosphere around the upcoming match on Oct. 31 is makes the seniors departure more thought of due to no contests in the future. “It is always a big build up [to...

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Samuels set to lead women’s basketball
Oct23

Samuels set to lead women’s basketball

As the season approaches, so does the beginning of Shadeen Samuels’ farewell tour, as it is a year surrounded by excitement thanks to a Pirate squad being led by the projected best player in the conference. Samuels is the most lethal player on any Big East court for a reason. Her awards shelf is likely going to see renovations after the season to fit more of her accolades, but she is already as accomplished of a women’s basketball...

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Trust between players and coaches bring foundation to women’s soccer
Oct09

Trust between players and coaches bring foundation to women’s soccer

Ciara Crinion is midway through her first season with the women’s soccer program and she has the experience to know who to rely on and who to trust to have her program flow fluently. After serving multiple years as an assistant at the University of Hartford, Crinion understands the ins and outs of what Division I soccer brings throughout the year, even in a completely new setting. “We are two completely different programs in different...

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Mets managerial  opening destined to be filled by newcomer
Oct09

Mets managerial opening destined to be filled by newcomer

The New York Mets have the best managerial opening in Major League Baseball. The little brother of New York has one of the most formidable teams in all of baseball despite missing out on the playoffs the past three seasons and being the perennial laughingstock of baseball. Even though a first-half record of 40-50 turned into an 86-76 finish and the Mets finished just three games outside of the playoffs, second year manager Mickey...

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Swimming and Diving eager to return to championship caliber levels
Oct02

Swimming and Diving eager to return to championship caliber levels

In the Big East championships last year, respectively, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are aiming to improve their performances after historical seasons. The men, who took the Big East crown in 2018 to become back-to-back conference champions have only eight swimmers on the roster from their championship unit. That’s the same amount of freshman who will race for the first time this year for the Pirates. The surplus of...

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Freshman comes from family of Seton Hall golf champions
Sep25

Freshman comes from family of Seton Hall golf champions

James Bosworth is Seton Hall royalty. Despite attending the University for less than a month, Bosworth is among the richest legacy of athletes to don the blue and white, as his father, uncle and grandfather played golf for the Pirates, with his father and uncle both capturing Big East titles for the men’s golf program. The family tradition has had him ready to attend the school since birth. “This was my number one dream my entire...

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Fall season important for softball to hone skills, build chemistry
Sep18

Fall season important for softball to hone skills, build chemistry

The tumbling leaves symbolize more than autumn for Seton Hall’s softball program, as the fall season is the preparation for a long-awaited Big East tournament appearance. Despite missing out on the conference playoffs by .003 percentage points last season, the Pirates return a surplus of starters while ushering in one of their largest freshman classes in years. The optimism is at its peak for the unit, and the falls allow coaches to...

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Pirates defeat Saint Francis, fall to Akron
Sep16

Pirates defeat Saint Francis, fall to Akron

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team went 1-2 over the weekend at the Akron Invitational, falling to Eastern Kentucky and Akron but defeating Saint Francis. The first set of the first game between Seton Hall and Eastern Kentucky went down to the wire with the match having 13 overall ties along and nine lead changes for the whole set. The Pirates were able to lead the first part of the match and had a comfortable 18-13 lead on...

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