Men’s golf falls to Notre Dame in Yestingsmeier Match Play final
Feb15

Men’s golf falls to Notre Dame in Yestingsmeier Match Play final

The Seton Hall Pirates men’s golf team finished in second place at the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play, its first competition of the spring season at Lake Jovita Country Club in Dade City, Fla. On Monday in the quarterfinals of the first day of the tournament, the fourth-seeded Pirates came out swinging with a strong outing against the fifth-seeded University of Toledo Rockets. Seton Hall cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Rockets, with...

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Pantelas transitions from ground balls to golf balls
Nov02

Pantelas transitions from ground balls to golf balls

Before Cassie Pantelas was swinging her club for the Jackson High School golf team and eventually Seton Hall University, she was swinging bats while playing America’s greatest pastime. “I actually played baseball until I was 13,” Pantelas said. Being the youngest of five, Panetelas naturally wanted to be like her older siblings, especially her brothers Ari and Alex, who were just starting to get into baseball. “Ari and Alex are both a...

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Men’s golf finishes seventh to close fall season
Oct31

Men’s golf finishes seventh to close fall season

  The Seton Hall Pirates men’s golf team finished in seventh place at the “Give’em Five” Invitational in El Paso, Texas at the Butterfield Trey Golf Club on Sunday. The Pirates had a top-five finish in round one. Senior Lloyd Jefferson Go and sophomore Gen Nagai both shot under par to carry the men’s team in the first day. Go continued his prominence, going 3-under-par, and was tied for fifth place among all golfers; Go was...

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Women’s golf finishes third in Seton Hall Pirate Invitational
Oct30

Women’s golf finishes third in Seton Hall Pirate Invitational

Junior Cassie Pantelas and freshman Lizzie Win captured sixth and ninth place in the Seton Hall Pirate Invitational to help the Seton Hall women’s golf team finish third Saturday afternoon. The Pirates hosted the two-day tournament in Bedminister, N.J. at the Trump National Golf Club, which marked their first home invitational of the season. Chilly temperatures and strong winds affected player scores on Friday as the first round of...

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Sophomore golf duo flourishes over time
Oct19

Sophomore golf duo flourishes over time

Before Gen Nagai and Chris Yeom step foot on Seton Hall’s campus, the duo’s fate was almost forever changed.

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Men’s golf finishes tenth in Mountaineer Invitational
Oct14

Men’s golf finishes tenth in Mountaineer Invitational

The Seton Hall men’s golf team finished the Mountaineer Intercollegiate Invitational in a tenth-place tie with the University of Memphis this past Tuesday. Fourteen universities participated in the invitational, with the University of Arkansas placing first. The Pirates were led by senior Lloyd Jefferson Go, who tied for fifth overall among 77 other opponents. He was only five strokes short of the invitational’s individual champion...

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Seton Hall Women’s Golf Takes 13th in Rain-Shortened Tournament
Oct09

Seton Hall Women’s Golf Takes 13th in Rain-Shortened Tournament

The Seton Hall women’s golf team traveled to Connecticut this past weekend to partake in the Yale Women’s Intercollegiate Tournament, where the team finished 13th out of 18 teams. This comes after the Seton Hall women tied for sixth at the Rutgers Invitational three weeks ago. Overall the Pirates shot a combined 599 (301 and 298) through two days, as the third round was cancelled due to inclement weather. The Pirates were...

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Go’s success propels men’s golf to third-place finish
Sep21

Go’s success propels men’s golf to third-place finish

Seton Hall’s men’s golf team saw another successful finish this Tuesday as the Hartford Invitational in South Kent, Conn. came to a close. Invigorated by senior Lloyd Jefferson Go’s outstanding performance, the team skyrocketed to a third-place finish out of an intimidating nineteen-team playing field. Go, leading the way for the Pirates, shot two consecutive three-under-pars, 69, en route to a fourth-place individual finish amongst...

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Women’s golf ties sixth in Rutgers Invitational
Sep18

Women’s golf ties sixth in Rutgers Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team was in Piscataway Saturday for the second day of the 2016 Rugers Invitational, and finished the two-day tournament tied for sixth place. Freshman Sammie Staudt and junior Cassie Pantelas led the way for the team, as they both shot a 4 over-par, 76, in Saturday’s final round. Saturday, the Pirates collectively shot a 22-over par, 310, in the final standoff. Freshman Lizzie Win shot a 6-over-par, 78, in...

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Men’s and women’s golf return in peak form
Sep14

Men’s and women’s golf return in peak form

Golf returned to Seton Hall for the 2016-17 season with events this weekend for the men’s and women’s programs. Both teams featured plenty of new and familiar faces, as the programs will look to build on, some of the many positives of last season. The men’s golf team will be led my senior Lloyd Jefferson Go, a three-time All-Big East team member and the first Pirate to qualify for NCAA regionals last spring. He also won the individual...

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SHU women’s golf starts season with win
Sep12

SHU women’s golf starts season with win

Junior Cassie Pantelas and freshman Lizzie Win locked in second and third place to help the Seton Hall women’s golf team win the team championship Monday at the William & Mary Invitational. This two-day tournament in Williamsburg, Va., marked the first outing for the Pirates in the 2016 season. On Sunday, the Pirates finished in second place while sitting four strokes behind Richmond. Among 63 individual golfers, Win tied for...

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SHU men’s golf takes second in The Doc Gimmler
Sep12

SHU men’s golf takes second in The Doc Gimmler

In Farmingdale, N.Y., this weekend, the Seton Hall Men’s golf team began their 2016-2017 campaign at The Doc Gimmler, taking second in the competition with an overall score of 10 under par. After the first round of play Friday, the Pirates were in fifth place with Connecticut leading the way. Senior Lloyd Jefferson Go led the way for the Pirates, shooting a 66 on the par 70 course. The second round had even more in store for the...

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