Pirate preview: Seniors, weaknesses and March Madness
Jun20

Pirate preview: Seniors, weaknesses and March Madness

The biggest question for Seton Hall men’s basketball has already been answered in the nation’s top rebounder, Angel Delgado, returning for his senior season. The big man rounds out a core-four of returning starters, and with new weapons coming to the team next season, expectations are high. The Setonian’s Elizabeth Swinton, Tyler Calvaruso, James Justice and Andrew Lombardo take a look at what’s to come for the 2017-18 men’s...

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Fall at the Hall: New athletic seasons starting up shortly
Jun19

Fall at the Hall: New athletic seasons starting up shortly

Even before school is in session for the fall semester, Seton Hall Athletics will be kicking off its 2017-18 campaign. With the fall sports season right around the corner, take a look at where each team stands heading into 2017: Women’s Soccer: Matt Lamb The Seton Hall women’s soccer team will return to the pitch in 2017 with higher expectations and opportunities to improve from last year’s season. The Pirates finished up last season...

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SHU baseball’s season ends in Big East Tournament loss to St. John’s
May26

SHU baseball’s season ends in Big East Tournament loss to St. John’s

Double elimination tournaments give second chances, and for Seton Hall’s baseball team, a rough loss against Creighton was not avenged in the elimination game played on Friday afternoon against St. John’s at the Big East Championship in Omaha, Neb. The game quickly turned into a pitcher’s duel and ended with a battle of the bullpens. After a hard-fought game between both teams, the Red Storm came out on top in a 3-2 victory over...

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Pirates’ bats come up dry in first Big East Tournament game
May26

Pirates’ bats come up dry in first Big East Tournament game

Pitcher Zach Prendergast gave up three runs over 5.2 innings as No. 4 Seton Hall fell to No. 1 Creighton by a score of 4-1 in its first Big East Tournament game Thursday night. The game was scoreless for the first four innings until Creighton scored two runs in the fifth off a two-run home run by Clark Brinkman. The Pirates responded urgently, with Mike Alescio delivering a RBI single in the next inning. However, the Bluejays answered...

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Seton Hall, Go, Nagai all place second at Big East Championship
May03

Seton Hall, Go, Nagai all place second at Big East Championship

The Seton Hall men’s golf team placed second overall in the 2017 Big East Championship in Callawassie Island, S.C. on Monday. Senior Lloyd Jefferson Go and sophomore Gen Nagai tied in the individual competition to place second. Marquette rallied back to claim the conference title in the three-day tournament. After the first day of the tournament, DePaul and Georgetown were tied for first place and both teams had compiled scores...

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Seton Hall softball splits doubleheader with Butler
Apr29

Seton Hall softball splits doubleheader with Butler

The Seton Hall Pirates opened up their three-game series against the Butler Bulldogs with a doubleheader at home on Saturday. The Pirates lost game one 9-3 but turned it around to win the second game 10-3. Butler struck first with a two-out double by the starting pitcher Kaitlin Doud to put the Bulldogs up 1-0 at the top of the second inning. The Pirates answered back in home half of the inning with a two-run home run by Chrisa Head...

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St. John’s pours it on in defeat of Seton Hall
Apr29

St. John’s pours it on in defeat of Seton Hall

The Seton Hall baseball team lost a tough one on the road at St. John’s on Friday by a count of 9-2. With the win, the No. 18 team in the nation Red Storm improve to 5-2 in conference play, while the loss drops the Pirates to an even 5-5, currently holding onto the fourth and final Big East Tournament spot. St. John’s started the game on a huge run, scoring three runs in the first inning, one in the second and four in the third, while...

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Mentors work to help ‘Skool’ students
Apr27

Mentors work to help ‘Skool’ students

Founded in 2010 and incorporated May 7, 2015, Skooled, Inc. originally started from a panel discussion organized by MLKSA Alumni Monica Hall. This mentoring program is the immediate result of a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Association panel discussion which aimed to answer the “What can we do to help?” question that plagues concerned minds when addressing the disparities in education based on socioeconomic standing in...

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SHU alum on the RISE with new book of art
Apr27

SHU alum on the RISE with new book of art

Seton Hall 2003 alumni Neal Sehgal published a collection of poetry and photography called RISE, which explores the themes of love, loss, spirituality, living one’s truth, and finding a way to triumph over those who try to pull you down. Sehgal’s experiences in the last three to four years involving a devastating breakup was the inspiration that drove him to create this uplifting book. “I wasn’t sure I was writing a book, when I wrote...

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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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