SHU tennis ready to strike in Big East Tourney
Apr26

SHU tennis ready to strike in Big East Tourney

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team will travel to Cayce, S.C., to take part in the 2017 Big East Championship from April 28-30. The Pirates finished the season with a 7-9 overall record and a 1-4 record in the Big East. The Hall was awarded the No. 6 seed and will take on the No. 3 seeded Georgetown Hoyas. This spring, Seton Hall has been led by sophomore Anicka Fajnorova who boasts an impressive 9-3 record in dual matches. Along with...

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SGA works to ease parking struggles, plans to bring parking app to SHU
Apr26

SGA works to ease parking struggles, plans to bring parking app to SHU

As part of an initiative to ease parking and find parking spaces on campus with minimum hassle, Student Government Association (SGA) President Christina Simon and her team have been working to bring a parking app to Seton Hall. “I have been contacting local colleges and universities, especially mid-sized Catholic universities like Seton Hall, to get more information on their use of parking apps and technology,” Simon said via email....

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Women’s golf finishes fifth, Pantelas second in Big East Championship
Apr25

Women’s golf finishes fifth, Pantelas second in Big East Championship

Junior Cassie Pantelas’ five-over-par, 74, performance on Sunday propelled her into a second-place individual finish at the 2017 Big East Championship. The Pirates finished fifth as a team. Pantelas headed into the Tournament’s final round as the field leader but her struggles on the front nine proved to be too deep of a hole to fully recover from. Through the first three holes, the Pirate captain was one-under-par but she would go on...

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Seton Hall offense explodes in win against Georgetown
Apr25

Seton Hall offense explodes in win against Georgetown

The Seton Hall Pirates opened up their three-game series against the Georgetown Hoyas with an 11-2 victory on Friday night. With the win, the Pirates improved to 19-16 on the season and 3-4 in the Big East. Shane McCarthy took the mound for the Pirates and went five full innings with no earned runs and seven strikeouts. After giving up two unearned runs through the first two innings, the junior right-hander settled down en route to...

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Pirates win 5-hour ballgame
Apr19

Pirates win 5-hour ballgame

Coming off a 9-6 victory in Piscataway on Tuesday, Seton Hall baseball walked off as winners in a 10-9 game that lasted 12 innings at home against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Wednesday. Junior Chris Morris took the hill for the Pirates, going five innings and giving up four runs on six hits while striking out six. The Scarlet Knights scored first with two runs in the top of the third and two more in the fourth to jump out to a...

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Freshmen to be chosen for Servant Leader Scholarship Program
Apr19

Freshmen to be chosen for Servant Leader Scholarship Program

The Sixth Annual Servant Leadership Day will be held on Thursday, April 20 at 4:15 p.m. in the Chancellor’s Suite. Francia Peterson, administrative assistant for the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership, shared information about the Servant Leaders Scholars program and Servant Leadership Day. “The purpose of the day is to encourage Servant Leadership among the Servant Leader Scholars and all the members of the University...

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Some students face difficulties with off-campus living
Apr19

Some students face difficulties with off-campus living

Beside the deteriorating townhouses on a squalid street in Lower Vailsburg, Newark, Hiyabu Habtemichael, a junior economics and sociology major, stands on the front steps of his small apartment building, enjoying a cigarette and appreciating the first breaths of spring air. His newly built apartment building stands out, freshly painted blue in stark contrast to the peeling paint of the other buildings on the street. “I’ve been through...

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Go ties record as men’s golf ties fourth at Rutherford Intercollegiate
Apr19

Go ties record as men’s golf ties fourth at Rutherford Intercollegiate

Senior Lloyd Jefferson Go had himself a weekend after he tied the Penn St. course record with a 64 (seven under) in the final round of the Rutherford Intercollegiate Tournament this weekend. The Hall finished at 27 over for the three-round tournament, which was good for a fourth-place tie with Eastern Michigan out of the 13 teams competing. Go had two rounds of 74 and 75 before firing in a 64 on Sunday. It was the second best score in...

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Seton Hall shuts out Central Connecticut State in 6-0 victory
Apr18

Seton Hall shuts out Central Connecticut State in 6-0 victory

During the middle of a packed schedule filled with Big East matchups, the Seton Hall softball team traveled to New Britain, Conn. to play its first non-conference game since last week, and the recently struggling Pirates topped Central Connecticut State in a 6-0 victory on Tuesday. In a series sweep by Creighton this past weekend, the Hall was batting .200 and had scored five runs in those three games. The bats came alive on Tuesday...

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Go propels SHU men’s golf to Princeton Invitational championship win
Apr09

Go propels SHU men’s golf to Princeton Invitational championship win

Lloyd Jefferson Go’s strong performance over the weekend secured his third individual title and helped Seton Hall men’s golf to a team championship at the Princeton Invitational. The defending Big East individual champion looked sharp through the first two rounds at Springdale Country Club. He finished day one two-under-par, 69 and followed that up with an impressive six-under-par, 65, in round two. Go kept a clean sheet for a...

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Pirates even up series with Bulldogs in first Big East win
Apr08

Pirates even up series with Bulldogs in first Big East win

The Seton Hall Pirates were able to get their first Big East win of the year with a 7-1 win over the Butler Bulldogs Saturday afternoon. Cullen Dana picked up his second win of the year after pitching six innings of one-run ball while striking out four. Dana’s lone run given up came on a home run in the third inning but the sophomore left-hander improved as the game went on. “I wasn’t really getting ahead early on...

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SHU alum gives advice to students in medical field
Apr06

SHU alum gives advice to students in medical field

Some seniors recieving a diploma in May might think that  learning ends after graduation. But what graduates may lack in   professors and their office hours come fall 2017, they may gain through alumni. Professionals with pirates in their past have real world experience that could benefit students while studying at Seton Hall and  after. Moses Salami graduated from Seton Hall University in May 2014 with a Masters in Health...

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