New NBA jersey patches are a  bad move
Feb15

New NBA jersey patches are a bad move

It’s always about the money, but the NBA’s latest move has gone too far. On April 15, 2016, the NBA Board of Governors approved jersey sponsorships, in which a 2.5 inch by 2.5 inch sponsorship patch will appear on the front left of game jerseys. This is going to take effect in the 2017-18 season, when Nike takes over for Adidas as the league’s uniform and apparel provider. It’s not a great look. While the patch is designed to be small...

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Phil Jackson, please resign
Feb15

Phil Jackson, please resign

The New York Knicks have been the laughing stock of the National Basketball Association for years now. The last respectable season was the 2012-13 campaign when the team lost in six games to the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Although not a magical ending, Knick fans would love to go back to that season where they went 26 games over .500 and grabbed the third seed in the East. Since then, they have a 108-192...

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Pirates overwhelmed early by Villanova on senior day
Feb12

Pirates overwhelmed early by Villanova on senior day

On her senior day in Walsh Gymnasium, center Lubiridia Gordon led Seton Hall women’s basketball with 18 points. Despite her big afternoon, the game was a struggle for the Pirates from start to finish, as Big East rival Villanova cruised to an 87-52 win. The Pirates were without star freshman guard Kaela Hilaire. Junior JaQuan Jackson also sat the first half but played most of the second half. Pirates coach Tony Bozzella did not...

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Seton Hall stormed by St. John’s at MSG
Feb11

Seton Hall stormed by St. John’s at MSG

St. John’s was too much for SHU at the Garden on Saturday.

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Pirates routed by Georgetown, drop third straight
Feb10

Pirates routed by Georgetown, drop third straight

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team couldn’t find any answers on Friday night inside Walsh Gymnasium, losing to the Georgetown Hoyas by a score of 77-60. The bright spot on the offensive side of the ball for the Pirates was JaQuan Jackson, as she poured in a game-high 23 points to go along with five rebounds and three steals. Freshman sensation Kaela Hilaire had 11 points and seven assists, however, she committed seven turnovers....

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Seton Hall fights back to knock down Providence in overtime
Feb09

Seton Hall fights back to knock down Providence in overtime

The Seton Hall Pirates won an overtime thriller against the Providence Friars, 72-70, on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at the Prudential Center. Myles Powell knocked in the game-winning shot with just nine seconds left in overtime as the Pirates got their revenge for the 65-61 loss they suffered at the hands of the Friars back on Jan. 14. Providence got off to an early lead in the first half, going on a 19-2 run and surging to a 27-12 lead with...

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Seton Hall’s Jevon Thomas leaves the program
Feb08

Seton Hall’s Jevon Thomas leaves the program

Jevon Thomas has left the Seton Hall men’s basketball program, according to Kevin Willard.

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SHU recruit Trevon Duval talks Pirates fans, Powell
Feb08

SHU recruit Trevon Duval talks Pirates fans, Powell

It was a Seton Hall-themed homecoming for Trevon Duval on Sunday afternoon. The nation’s No. 1 point guard recruit and Seton Hall’s top target in the Class of 2017 returned to New Jersey this past weekend and put on a show, going for 22 points as IMG Academy defeated The Patrick School in front of a capacity crowd at Roselle Catholic High School on Feb. 2. Duval, who played his first two years of high school basketball at St....

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Pirate’s path to March requires better shooting
Feb08

Pirate’s path to March requires better shooting

As Seton Hall men’s basketball enters the most vital part of its schedule, the team needs to play the best basketball it has in order to put itself in position for the NCAA Tournament. Last year the Pirates finished the regular season with 22 wins. For Seton Hall to do the same this season, it would have to win all of its games the rest of the way. However, with weaker small conference teams than previous seasons and the Big East...

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Seton Hall finds a way in must-win game against Georgetown
Feb04

Seton Hall finds a way in must-win game against Georgetown

It wasn’t pretty, but the Seton Hall Pirates found a way to come out with a huge win on the road. Led by 26 points and 17 rebounds from Angel Delgado, the Pirates (14-8, 4-6) hung on to defeat Georgetown (13-11, 4-7), 68-66 in an overtime thriller. The double-double was Delgado’s 17th of the season and he was able to make up for a poor performance from the field with a big day at the free throw line, going 12-15 from the charity...

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Women’s basketball allows 103 points in loss to Golden Eagles
Feb03

Women’s basketball allows 103 points in loss to Golden Eagles

Seton Hall women’s basketball fell handily in Milwaukee at the Al McGuire Center to Marquette on Friday by a score of 103-60 in a game that saw 60 percent of the Golden Eagles’ baskets go through the hoop. The Pirates (11-12, 4-8 Big East) allowed over 100 points in a game for the first time since Jan. 9, 2007 when Seton Hall lost to Connecticut. While LaTecia Smith and Claire Lundberg led the way with 12 points each for...

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Former Seton Hall forward Herb Pope reportedly pleads guilty to bank robbery
Feb03

Former Seton Hall forward Herb Pope reportedly pleads guilty to bank robbery

Former Seton Hall forward Herb Pope pleaded guilty on Thursday, Feb. 2 to robbing a bank in Sewickley, Pa.

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