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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Go ties record as men’s golf ties fourth at Rutherford Intercollegiate
Apr19

Go ties record as men’s golf ties fourth at Rutherford Intercollegiate

Senior Lloyd Jefferson Go had himself a weekend after he tied the Penn St. course record with a 64 (seven under) in the final round of the Rutherford Intercollegiate Tournament this weekend. The Hall finished at 27 over for the three-round tournament, which was good for a fourth-place tie with Eastern Michigan out of the 13 teams competing. Go had two rounds of 74 and 75 before firing in a 64 on Sunday. It was the second best score in...

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SHU women’s golf places 10th in final regular season tournament
Apr12

SHU women’s golf places 10th in final regular season tournament

Seton Hall’s women’s golf team finished 10th place Tuesday at the Hoya Invitational hosted by Georgetown. After day one of the tournament, the Pirates were in 11th place. Freshman Maddie Sager was the team’s low score for the third time this season. She shot a 3-over-par, 75, in the second round and a 4-over-par in the third. Sager finished the tournament tied for 21st place among 88 individual golfers. She was the Pirates’ best...

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Go propels SHU men’s golf to Princeton Invitational championship win
Apr09

Go propels SHU men’s golf to Princeton Invitational championship win

Lloyd Jefferson Go’s strong performance over the weekend secured his third individual title and helped Seton Hall men’s golf to a team championship at the Princeton Invitational. The defending Big East individual champion looked sharp through the first two rounds at Springdale Country Club. He finished day one two-under-par, 69 and followed that up with an impressive six-under-par, 65, in round two. Go kept a clean sheet for a...

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Seton Hall men’s golf places sixth at Towson Spring Invitational
Mar28

Seton Hall men’s golf places sixth at Towson Spring Invitational

Seton Hall’s men’s golf team was able to fire in a score of 23 over at the Towson Spring Invitational this weekend, which was good for sixth place out of 22 teams in the field. Chris Yeom was the Pirate’s best golfer for the tournament. After shooting five over on Saturday, he fired back on Sunday shooting one over, and six over for the entire tournament. Alex Chalk and Gen Nagai both showed flashes of brilliance throughout the two...

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Pirate women’s golf finishes third at Low Country Intercollegiate
Mar19

Pirate women’s golf finishes third at Low Country Intercollegiate

The Seton Hall Pirates women’s golf team finished in third place Sunday at the Low Country Intercollegiate Tournament, its third competition of the spring season, at Moss Creek Golf Club in Hilton Head Island, S.C. Coming off a second place finish at the Jack Rabbit Invitational the week prior, the Pirates carried a lot of momentum due to impressive performances from freshmen golfers Maddie Sager and Lizzie Win, and junior golfer...

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Men’s golf falls strokes away from win at Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate
Mar08

Men’s golf falls strokes away from win at Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate

The Pirates seemed to have their first intercollegiate victory of the season Tuesday after an eight-stroke lead at the end of round two over eventual winner Richmond University. The Seton Hall men’s golf team was not able to sustain the lead after the final round, however, and as a result finished second out of 14 at the Fort Lauderdale Intercollegiate at Fort Lauderdale North. The Hall was able to secure four top-30 finishes...

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Club Golf team gaining momentum at Seton Hall
Mar01

Club Golf team gaining momentum at Seton Hall

Although Seton Hall has both men’s and women’s NCAA Division I golf teams, the school is now introducing a new club golf team this spring. Two years ago as a sophomore, Brendan Davis attempted to start a club team, but with minimal success. The team did not garner much, if any, interest from students, leaving Davis to play on his own. He has since competed in multiple National Collegiate Club Golf Association events. “I’ve played in...

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Pirate men’s golf places seventh at Loyola Invitational
Feb28

Pirate men’s golf places seventh at Loyola Invitational

The Seton Hall Pirates men’s golf team finished in seventh place out of 16 schools Monday at the Loyola Invitational at Palm Valley Country Club in Goodyear, Ariz. Saturday, Feb. 25 was the first day of play, where the Pirates saw tremendous production from senior golfer Lloyd Jefferson Go. Go picked up where he left off after his dominance at the Yestingsmeier Match Play a week prior, and shot a 4-under-par, 68, even picking up an...

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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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