Pirates pitching struggles in midweek loss to NJIT
Apr24

Pirates pitching struggles in midweek loss to NJIT

After completing its first three-game series sweep of the season this past weekend against Butler, the Seton Hall baseball team failed to extend its winning ways on Tuesday, as the Pirates were defeated by the NJIT Highlanders, 10-4, at Owen T. Carroll Field. Dylan Verdonk got the start for the Hall, following a one-inning outing on April 18 against Monmouth that left him frustrated. In that outing, the junior Verdonk allowed three...

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With one out to spare, three-run eighth inning gives Pirates series sweep
Apr23

With one out to spare, three-run eighth inning gives Pirates series sweep

The Seton Hall baseball team took down Butler on Sunday, 7-5, for a three-game series sweep in Indianapolis, Ind. The win allows the Pirates to stay in second place in the Big East, at 5-1, with an overall record of 17-14-1. The lead traded hands three times in total, with Butler starting in front, but, Seton Hall ending in front. In the eighth inning, with two outs and nobody on base, Seton Hall managed to score three runs, with a...

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Women’s golf second at Big East Championship; three Pirates earn All-Tournament honors
Apr23

Women’s golf second at Big East Championship; three Pirates earn All-Tournament honors

Seton Hall senior Cassie Pantelas, sophomore Lizzie Win and freshman Mia Kness all tied for fourth place in individual scoring, lifting the Pirates to second place as a team at the Big East Women’s Golf Championship in Callawassie Island, S.C., from April 20-22. The trio’s efforts earned each of them All-Tournament honors in the team’s final competition of the spring season. Day one of the tournament saw abnormally high scores...

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Pirates honor seniors, finish Senior Weekend with tough loss
Apr22

Pirates honor seniors, finish Senior Weekend with tough loss

Newark, N.J. – It was a bittersweet affair on Sunday afternoon for the Seton Hall softball team, as the team honored its four seniors, Alexis Walkden, Sara Foster, Alyssa Prukop and Alannah Basile, prior to its 5-3 loss to Creighton at Mike Sheppard Sr. Field. At third base, second base, first base and designated hitter, respectively, each of the women got the start in their Big East home sendoff. Much like the weather, the game...

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‘Ten’ out of ten: Women’s tennis finishes regular season with dominant win
Apr22

‘Ten’ out of ten: Women’s tennis finishes regular season with dominant win

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team finished its regular season on Saturday in dominant fashion, winning 6-1 over Butler in Indianapolis, Ind. The win gives Seton Hall a final record of 7-10, as the Pirates displayed an ability to respond after a 4-3 loss to Xavier on Friday. The doubles portion of the match was a sweep for the Pirates, with the Hall taking two games to win, while the other doubles match ended without a result. Both...

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Pirates get swept in double header with Creighton
Apr22

Pirates get swept in double header with Creighton

South Orange, NJ – The beautiful weather on Saturday afternoon at Mike Sheppard Sr. Field did not translate into attractive play for the Seton Hall softball team, as the Pirates were swept in a double header by the Creighton Bluejays, 2-1 in the first game, and 12-4 in the second. The first game featured Reganne Camp on the mound for the Pirates, with the sophomore going the distance for her team. Several times Camp pitched herself...

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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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Men’s basketball hires Tony Skinn as assistant head coach
Apr19

Men’s basketball hires Tony Skinn as assistant head coach

The Seton Hall men’s basketball program took a bit over a week to fill its assistant coaching void, announcing on Thursday evening that Tony Skinn will join head coach Kevin Willard’s staff as an assistant coach. “We are very excited to welcome Tony, his wife Weyni, and their sons, Isaiah and Liam, to the Seton Hall basketball family,” Willard said in a statement. “Tony has had great success both as a student-athlete and as a coach...

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Pitchers struggle in blowout loss to Monmouth
Apr18

Pitchers struggle in blowout loss to Monmouth

The Seton Hall baseball team had a tough outing against in-state rival Monmouth Wednesday as the Hawks jumped on the Pirates early en route to a 10-3 victory. John LaRocca got things started for the Hawks with a leadoff double off of Billy Layne Jr., which was followed by two consecutive singles, bringing LaRocca across the plate. Layne appeared to get things under control after striking out two straight, but after hitting Matt Graber...

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Million dollar smiles: Men’s soccer captain connects with the homeless in South Orange
Apr18

Million dollar smiles: Men’s soccer captain connects with the homeless in South Orange

Day has turned to night and Pedro Neto is making his way to the South Orange train station. It is a trip he often makes, but rarely ever to actually step foot on the train platform. His purpose for being there is far greater. He rounds Cottage Street and makes the turn onto South Orange Avenue. His schedule is overflowing with commitments from being a key member of the men’s soccer team to his demands with classes, but Neto finds time...

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Pantelas, a Pirate phenom, has one more Big East curtain call
Apr18

Pantelas, a Pirate phenom, has one more Big East curtain call

The Seton Hall women’s golf team is one day away from kicking off the Big East Championships on April 20, an event the Pirates have won three of the last four years. Building up to this contest, the Hall turned in a season with three first-place finishes. The team also took part in the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational in Columbus, Ohio on April 14. The Pirates were just a few hours away from Canton, Ohio, known as the home of the...

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Intentional throwing at batters is good for baseball
Apr18

Intentional throwing at batters is good for baseball

Baseball fans saw tempers flare on April 11 as the Rockies and Padres, along with the Yankees and Red Sox, each cleared the benches in their respective games. The first of the two feuds came when Padres pitcher Luis Perdomo threw behind Rockies star Nolan Arenado in what was likely a response to three hit batsmen between the two teams in the previous two games of the series. Infuriated, Arenado charged the mound, swinging his fists at...

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