Nation’s top PG Trevon Duval picks Duke over Seton Hall, others
May15

Nation’s top PG Trevon Duval picks Duke over Seton Hall, others

The nation’s No. 1 2017 point guard and Seton Hall target Trevon Duval has committed to Duke, The Player’s Tribune announced Monday. Five-star recruit Trevon Duval has made his college decision. pic.twitter.com/z14V88T2d3 — The Players' Tribune (@PlayersTribune) May 15, 2017 After a long recruitment process, Duval ultimately chose Duke over Seton Hall, Kansas, Arizona and Baylor. Out of the schools in Duval’s top five,...

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Seton Hall lands Patrick School PG Jordan Walker
May01

Seton Hall lands Patrick School PG Jordan Walker

Seton Hall needed a point guard, and it got its man in local product Jordan Walker. The guard announced his commitment to Seton Hall at a ceremony at The Patrick School on Monday afternoon. He chose the Pirates over 12 other schools that offered, including the University of California, who had recently offered Walker after former point guard Charlie Moore decided to transfer. The commitment of Walker does not come as much of a...

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Rashed Anthony to graduate, transfer for final year of eligibility
May01

Rashed Anthony to graduate, transfer for final year of eligibility

Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard announced Monday morning that junior center Rashed Anthony will graduate at the conclusion of the spring semester and transfer for his final year of eligibility. “Rasheed has been a valued member of our program for four years and has been a part of two NCAA tournament teams,” Willard said in a press release. “Although he is moving on to pursue other opportunities, we appreciate all that he’s done...

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Junior college center Romaro Gill commits to Seton Hall
Apr28

Junior college center Romaro Gill commits to Seton Hall

Seton Hall men’s basketball secured the commitment of junior college center Romaro Gill, FanRag Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported Friday afternoon. The seven-footer from Jamaica spent his last two seasons at Vincennes junior college, where he played with former Seton Hall target Chris Darrington. Gill averaged five points and five rebounds per game while starting 32 games last season for a Vincennes team that went 32-3. A...

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Bozzella ‘excited’ for women’s basketball class
Apr26

Bozzella ‘excited’ for women’s basketball class

Last week, the Seton Hall women’s basketball program put the final touches on its 2017-18 roster by finalizing the signings of junior college guards Nicole Jimenez and Inja Butina to go along with Temple graduate transfer Donnaizha Fountain. Jimenez hails from Miami and spent her freshman and sophomore seasons at Broward College in Florida. She averaged 15.5 points per game a year ago and chose Seton Hall over Florida Atlantic, Middle...

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Pirates hang on to defeat Georgetown
Apr25

Pirates hang on to defeat Georgetown

Trailing 5-2 heading into the top of the ninth, the Georgetown Hoyas (21-17, 0-5) were able to make things interesting but Seton Hall (20-16, 4-4) ultimately held on for a 5-4 victory at rainy Owen T. Carroll field on Saturday afternoon. Cullen Dana got the start for the Pirates and he worked an easy one-two-three inning to start things off. Seton Hall wasted no time in jumping on Georgetown starter Jack Cushing, as it got its first...

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Women’s basketball signs three recruits
Apr19

Women’s basketball signs three recruits

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team announced three signings for the 2017-18 season, the last coming on Wednesday afternoon. The Pirates welcomed Nicole Jimenez, Inja Butina and Donnaizha Fountain into the fold, the program announced. Jimenez is a junior college guard from Miami and she will be immediately eligible following her graduation from Broward College. She will have two years to play for the Pirates. Standing at 5-foot,...

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Women’s golf shooting for Big East four-peat
Apr19

Women’s golf shooting for Big East four-peat

Starting on April 20, the Seton Hall women’s golf team will be at the Big East Tournament, a contest that has been very kind to them over the past three years. The Pirates will be gearing up to defend their title and go for a fourth straight Big East championship, but things are a bit different this year. This is a younger team than the ones that have taken part in the Big East tournament over the past three years, a team that doesn’t...

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Schank, Butler quiet Seton Hall bats in Big East opener
Apr07

Schank, Butler quiet Seton Hall bats in Big East opener

Coming into Friday afternoon’s Big East opener against Butler, the Pirates (14-13, 0-1) were swinging some hot bats and riding high off a nine-run outburst in their last game against Wagner. However, Butler starter Jeff Schank had something to say about that as his performance led the Bulldogs (20-8, 1-0) to a 6-2 victory. The lefty entered the day with a 1.12 ERA and turned in another strong performance, allowing only one run over...

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DeFalco honored as a top women’s hoops coach
Apr05

DeFalco honored as a top women’s hoops coach

The 2016-17 season was a down year for the Seton Hall women’s basketball team, but it was a year of recognition for the program’s assistant coach, Lauren DeFalco. DeFalco, 30, was named an honoree of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Thirty Under 30 list. According to the WBCA, the program was created to recognize up-and-coming women’s basketball coaches under the age of 30 at all levels of the game.   This honor comes...

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Softball falls to Rutgers
Apr05

Softball falls to Rutgers

The Seton Hall softball Pirates started off strong at the plate on Wednesday afternoon against rival Rutgers, but their bats faltered while the Scarlet Knights stayed hot and pulled away for a 13-7 victory. Senior Lauren Fischer got the start for Seton Hall and she immediately found herself in trouble, giving up three runs in the top of the first. The Pirates quickly responded with four runs in the bottom half of the inning to put...

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It’s time for LaVar Ball to shut up for the sake of his kids
Mar29

It’s time for LaVar Ball to shut up for the sake of his kids

Crazy parents in sports are nothing new, but LaVar Ball is a different breed. He is the parent that you see walking around your local little league complex, telling every parent that his kid is the best player in the league, but there’s one major difference that sets Ball apart from all of the other sports parents. With his outlandish statements, Ball has essentially painted a target on his kids’ backs and it is not fair to the three...

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