Strong start by Prendergast not enough as Pirates fall to Huskies
Mar24

Strong start by Prendergast not enough as Pirates fall to Huskies

Senior Zach Prendergast took the mound in the opening matchup of a three-game series with the Connecticut Huskies at Owen T. Carroll Field on a chilly Friday afternoon. The right-hander was phenomenal in his seven and two-thirds innings of work, only giving up two runs on six hits while striking out five, but the Pirates fell 2-1 to UConn. In a game dominated by pitching, coach Rob Sheppard knows what he is going to get every time...

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Alumni launch online art gallery overseas
Mar23

Alumni launch online art gallery overseas

John Cobb and Cory Madonna, Seton Hall alumni, have their own business, called Artist Affiliated, under which they started a Latin American digital art gallery, called Patria Gallery. They sell artwork from Latin America on their website patriagallery.com. They both majored in international relations at the School of Diplomacy at Seton Hall and found it to be rather helpful in their business career today. “As a diplomacy major, I had...

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Lab tests show cafeteria lettuce free of coliform bacteria
Mar22

Lab tests show cafeteria lettuce free of coliform bacteria

The Student Life Committee of the Student Government Association (SGA) received a report from a student a few weeks ago that the lettuce on campus contains bacteria. Michelle Pan, SGA Student Life Committee chairwoman and a sophomore double majoring in psychology and economics on track to marketing, provided information about the situation. “The bubbles (found on the lettuce) are actually gas bubbles that are associated with little...

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SHU baseball squeaks out win behind strong relief pitching
Mar08

SHU baseball squeaks out win behind strong relief pitching

Seton Hall baseball has won three straight games, improving to .500 (6-6) on the season as it put the finishing touch on a two-game series sweep over Stetson University Wednesday night. After a dominant pitching performance on Tuesday night, the Pirates relied heavily on their bats in the 6-5 win over Stetson Wednesday. Just giving up one run to Stetson in Tuesday’s game, the Hall found itself down early, giving up a run in the...

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Seton Hall softball ends game in tie against Sacramento State
Mar08

Seton Hall softball ends game in tie against Sacramento State

The Seton Hall Softball team took on Sacramento State this Tuesday. The Pirates put up a fight, but the game was called in extra innings due to darkness. Even with a 2-2 tie, the Hall’s record now stands at 8-5-1 on the season. The game started out very bright for Seton Hall when Alexis Walkden hit a double in the first inning. Senior Lauren Fischer, followed it up with a single on the next at-bat, allowing Walkden to score and put...

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Seton Hall baseball holds on for win over South Alabama
Mar05

Seton Hall baseball holds on for win over South Alabama

On Sunday, Seton Hall baseball was able to defeat South Alabama 3-2 to end a two-game skid. The win improves the Pirates to 4-6 on the season. After two scoreless innings, the Hall was able to take a 3-0 lead in the third thanks to a few walks and two doubles from Al Molina and Ryan Ramiz. Strong pitching allowed for the Pirates to keep this lead for most of the game, as starting pitcher Zach Prendergast pitched seven scoreless...

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East Carolina lands final punch in Pirate slugfest
Mar05

East Carolina lands final punch in Pirate slugfest

The Seton Hall Pirates fell Sunday to the East Carolina Pirates in their final game of the Louisville Slugger Invitational in Stockton, Cal., 15-14. In a game that featured 29 runs, 19 of which came on home runs, the Pirates from East Carolina had the last laugh as they scored five in the bottom of the seventh to be walk off winners in the Sunday matinee. East Carolina jumped on Seton Hall’s starting pitcher, Reganne Camp, with...

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Softball splits doubleheader to start Louisville Slugger Tournament
Mar04

Softball splits doubleheader to start Louisville Slugger Tournament

Seton Hall softball continued its streak road trip by splitting a doubleheader Friday on the first day of the Louisville Slugger Tournament hosted by Pacific University. In their first match-up of the evening, the Pirates were run-ruled in five innings of play by East Carolina University, 8-0. The fourth inning saw a dominant display of offensive firepower from the Pirates of ECU as they mustered three home runs in the inning to give...

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Search begins for Seton Hall’s new president
Mar01

Search begins for Seton Hall’s new president

Now that President Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban has announced that he is stepping down to become President of DePaul University in Chicago, Seton Hall is beginning the process of searching for a new leader. Few details of the search are set at this time, but university officials have made one thing clear: the presidential selection process of 2009 and 2010 is not expected to occur again, according to Rev. Msgr. C. Anthony Ziccardi, vice...

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DePaul students welcome Esteban, expect communication
Mar01

DePaul students welcome Esteban, expect communication

President-elect Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban has been welcomed onto DePaul’s campus with open arms. The 12th president of the university was welcomed with packed crowds of students, staff and faculty all proudly wearing DePaul blue at a campus-wide event announcing his new role earlier this month. Esteban accepted a DePaul sweatshirt gifted by the Student Government Association and spoke to students in attendance. For many students,...

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SPO seeks to spread message of Campus Ministry
Mar01

SPO seeks to spread message of Campus Ministry

Grounded in faith, and a desire to make sure it has a prominent place on college campuses, St. Paul’s Outreach gives students the opportunity to lead a fulfilling college life through faith and understanding. For many college students, faith and religion are not necessarily made to be a priority in their lives; the St. Paul’s Outreach website claims that only “10 percent” of Catholic millennials go to Sunday Mass.     With a...

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Tennessee hot start too much to overcome as Pirates lose 12-5
Feb25

Tennessee hot start too much to overcome as Pirates lose 12-5

The Seton Hall Pirates baseball team traveled to San Diego, Cal., to take part in the Tony Gwynn Classic where they opened up against the Tennessee Volunteers in a 12-5 loss. A quick start for the Volunteers, who scored 11 runs over the first five innings, proved to be too much as the Pirates dropped to 2-3 on the young season. On the mound for the Pirates, junior right-hander Shane McCarthy struggled, only going three-plus innings...

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