Much of Seton Hall’s offseason up in the air
Mar22

Much of Seton Hall’s offseason up in the air

The attention of Seton Hall basketball now shifts to the team’s future, as its season ended March 17 in a 77-71 loss to Arkansas in the NCAA Tournament. With a gaping hole in the starting lineup and the possibility of a starter or two leaving, here are four things that Seton Hall fans should keep an eye on this offseason. NBA Hopefuls After three years at Seton Hall, putting up 27 double-doubles and leading the country in rebounds...

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Seton Hall’s Dalton Soffer to transfer, sit a year
Mar21

Seton Hall’s Dalton Soffer to transfer, sit a year

After two seasons in South Orange, reserve guard Dalton Soffer has decided to transfer.

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Swimming and diving coach Ron Farina steps down
Mar18

Swimming and diving coach Ron Farina steps down

Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach Ron Farina has stepped down from his position after 17 years with the University, Athletic Director Pat Lyons announced on March 18. Farina, who will pursue new opportunities, just recently led the men’s swimming and diving team to its first Big East championship in program history last month. Farina’s squad took home the championship in dominant fashion, beating the runner-up...

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Seton Hall’s hard-fought season meets its bitter end
Mar17

Seton Hall’s hard-fought season meets its bitter end

It wasn’t supposed to end like this – not in the first round. Not again.

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Collapse, controversial call boots Seton Hall from NCAA Tournament
Mar17

Collapse, controversial call boots Seton Hall from NCAA Tournament

Another Seton Hall game was defined in the final minute Friday, but this one was the Pirates’ last game of the season. The game result was a 77-71 Seton Hall loss to Arkansas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C. Building as large as an eight-point lead with 9:29 left in the game, Seton Hall was the victim of turnovers and foul calls down the stretch. A flagrant foul on Desi...

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Q&A: The Arkansas Traveler previews Seton Hall vs. Arkansas
Mar15

Q&A: The Arkansas Traveler previews Seton Hall vs. Arkansas

With Seton Hall quickly approaching its NCAA Tournament game against Arkansas, The Setonian reached out to The Arkansas Traveler’s sports editor, Matt Vigoda, to get his view on the game.

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SHU’s Delgado ready for Big Dance date with Arkansas’ Kingsley
Mar15

SHU’s Delgado ready for Big Dance date with Arkansas’ Kingsley

With Seton Hall set to open the NCAA Tournament on Friday, Angel Delgado’s first test will be 6-foot, 10-inch, 230-pound Razorbacks senior Moses Kingsley.

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Powell poised to dance after up and down rookie year
Mar14

Powell poised to dance after up and down rookie year

The Seton Hall guard’s freshman campaign has been filled with ups and downs.

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Seton Hall mentally preparing for NCAA Tourney after last year’s early exit
Mar14

Seton Hall mentally preparing for NCAA Tourney after last year’s early exit

An exit from the 2017 Big East Tournament may turn out to be a blessing in disguise for Seton Hall. Last year, after the Pirates won the Big East Championship, March officially became madness. The team went from holding up the Big East trophy to hosting a Selection Sunday party to being on a plane to Denver, Co. in roughly 48 hours. It was a thrill, but not one that benefited Seton Hall once it was time to dance. In addition to a...

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Willard, players react to second straight NCAA Tournament bid
Mar12

Willard, players react to second straight NCAA Tournament bid

Instead of watching the NCAA Selection Show in Walsh Gym with fans as Seton Hall men’s basketball did last season, the players decided to gather in a more quaint setting of coach Kevin Willard’s home. “I think last year was more to celebrate the Big East Championship,” Willard said. “I think this year, the way the year kind of played out, as much of a grind as it was to get to where we got, I think these...

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Seton Hall going dancing, to face Arkansas as No. 9 seed in South Carolina
Mar12

Seton Hall going dancing, to face Arkansas as No. 9 seed in South Carolina

Seton Hall is going to the NCAA Tournament. The Pirates will play the No. 8-seed Arkansas Razorbacks in Greenville, S.C. on Friday, March 17 as a No. 9 seed. This puts the team in the South Region of the NCAA bracket. After exiting the Big East Tournament Friday in a 55-53 loss to Villanova in the semifinals, the Pirates currently hold a 21-11 record. Arkansas holds a 25-9 record on the season after losing to the Kentucky Wildcats in...

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Column: Hart’s sportsmanship eases Delgado’s heartbreak
Mar10

Column: Hart’s sportsmanship eases Delgado’s heartbreak

With Angel Delgado devastated, Villanova’s Josh Hart went to console him.

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