Pirates defeat Butler on early burst of offense
Apr21

Pirates defeat Butler on early burst of offense

The Seton Hall baseball team defeated Butler on Friday, 6-1, in the first game of a three-game series in Indianapolis, Ind., powered by a high-scoring second inning and dominant pitching. Butler scored its only run at Bulldog Park in the first inning, with Gehrig Parker coming home from third base on an RBI-single from Connor Christman. The run gave Butler its only taste of the lead all game. On the mound, Seton Hall’s Shane McCarthy,...

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After losing six seniors, Seton Hall softball’s youth movement leads the way
Apr11

After losing six seniors, Seton Hall softball’s youth movement leads the way

Replacing six seniors is difficult for any collegiate softball team, But when three of those seniors are among a team’s top five in batting average and one has the second-lowest ERA of any pitcher, it is easy to see how a team might find it especially challenging to fill those gaps. Seton Hall’s softball team found itself in that exact situation entering the 2018 season. Despite the holes the players’ departure left for coach Paige...

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Tennis looks to exceed expectations on and off court
Feb07

Tennis looks to exceed expectations on and off court

As the Seton Hall women’s tennis kicks off their spring season, the Pirates are eager to find their rhythm and shake off the cobwebs of winter break. So far, Seton Hall has gotten off to a 1-2 start with losses to Fordham and Army West Point, along with a dominant win over Marist. After a successful fall season, second-year coach Riza Zalameda utilized the team’s 13-week break as a way to refocus her players ahead of a grueling...

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Pirates open Big East play with road loss to DePaul
Dec29

Pirates open Big East play with road loss to DePaul

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team (8-4, 0-1) began its Big East schedule on Thursday night and fell, 89-66, to the DePaul Blue Demons (9-4, 1-0) at McGrath-Phillips Arena in Chicago, Ill. DePaul’s Ashton Millender – who did not see Big East play last year after a stress-reaction injury cut her campaign short – scored 18 points in the second half, all three-pointers to help her team secure the win over the Pirates. DePaul entered...

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Living large: The roommate duo of Gill and Mamukelashvili
Nov08

Living large: The roommate duo of Gill and Mamukelashvili

If you thought a pair of giants had taken up residence in Turrell Manor, worry not. The 7-foot duo of Romaro Gill and Sandro Mamukelashvili come in peace. Two of the three tallest athletes on Seton Hall men’s basketball team just so happen to be roommates in Turrell Manor. Gill is a junior center from St. Thomas, Jamaica, who measures 7-foot-2-inches tall, while Mamukelashvili, a freshman power forward from Tbilisi, Georgia, measures...

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Swimming and diving continues to be a Big East threat
Oct25

Swimming and diving continues to be a Big East threat

After dropping their first meet of the season, the Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have experienced a resurgence in the pool. In the three meets since, the women’s team has dominated its opponents by a total of 281 points, while the men’s team has outscored the competition by 228 points over that same span. Early on in the season, it seems both teams have the foundation to maintain their footing in the Big East...

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Hall Volleyball Dominates Hoyas in Four Sets
Oct05

Hall Volleyball Dominates Hoyas in Four Sets

The Seton Hall volleyball team moved above .500 in Big East play for the first time this season, defeating the Georgetown Hoyas three sets to one on Wednesday night in Walsh Gymnasium. The Pirates entered the match coming off a momentous win over Providence on Saturday that marked head coach Allison Yaeger’s 100th victory at the head of the Pirates program. In the first set on Wednesday, Seton Hall came out with the positive energy...

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Natalie Desjardins settles in as new women’s golf coach
Sep27

Natalie Desjardins settles in as new women’s golf coach

This summer, the first-ever head coach of Seton Hall women’s golf, Sara Doell, accepted a new coaching position at the University of San Francisco. Over the seven years she spent building Pirates women’s golf from the ground up, Doell guided the team to three consecutive Big East championships between 2014 and 2016, three NCAA Regional appearances, 10 tournament titles and won herself three Big East Coach of the Year honors. Now,...

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Seton Hall volleyball overcome in straight sets by Hofstra
Sep13

Seton Hall volleyball overcome in straight sets by Hofstra

The Seton Hall volleyball team fell to 6-4 on the year after losing to the Hofstra Lions in straight sets at home on Tuesday night. The first set of Tuesday’s match played out evenly between the two teams. Seton Hall held the lead at one point, 16-14, and in total, the Pirates and Lions were tied on nine points throughout the set. Hofstra would break the pattern of deadlocks though, taking the lead with the set at 20-all and never...

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Pirates dominate Sacred Heart for first victory of season
Sep05

Pirates dominate Sacred Heart for first victory of season

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team reigned supreme over Sacred Heart, shutting out its opponent 3-0 in a Labor Day evening contest at Owen T. Carroll Field. The Pirates got off to a strong start early in the first half when the Pioneers granted them a chance off a corner kick. In the midst of the commotion in front of the Sacred Heart goal, Jonathan Jimenez received the ball from an Andres Arcila corner and crossed it to Mario Prata....

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Pirates women’s soccer still without win after 4-2 result at Columbia
Aug27

Pirates women’s soccer still without win after 4-2 result at Columbia

Seton Hall women’s soccer fell to the Columbia Lions on Sunday in its second contest of the season, 4-2, away at the Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium in Manhattan, N.Y. Columbia got the scoring started less than five minutes into the first half. Emily Koe of the Lions crossed the ball from the left side 10 yards out, finding Natalie Neshat who headed it past Pirates goalkeeper Anna MacLean for a 1-0 lead. The Pirates knotted the score...

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Seton Hall announces new women’s golf head coach Natalie Desjardins
Jun15

Seton Hall announces new women’s golf head coach Natalie Desjardins

After spending six years at the helm of LIU-Brooklyn women’s golf program, Natalie Desjardins was named head coach of Seton Hall’s women’s golf program on Thursday. Desjardins was no stranger to success at LIU-Brooklyn. As a coach, Desjardins led her team to 14 NEC Tournament victories, coached 12 All-Northeast Conference players and won NEC Coach of the Year in 2012. She began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant coach at...

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