Early-season road games paying off for Seton Hall baseball
Apr25

Early-season road games paying off for Seton Hall baseball

Playing baseball in the northeast presents its challenges at the start of the season. One of those challenges is the winter weather that makes playing baseball extremely difficult. Every year, Seton Hall is forced to start its season on the road with a series of games and these road and neutral-site games have proven to have a positive effect on the team’s conference finishes. Seton Hall has started the season with at least 11 road or...

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Balance leading to potent offense for Pirates
Feb07

Balance leading to potent offense for Pirates

When a team loses its leading scorer, devastating outcomes can come as a result. When it was announced that Donnaizha Fountain would no longer be with the Seton Hall women’s basketball program on Jan. 21, many expected the Pirates’ offense – which was already struggling at the time – to fall off a cliff. Over two weeks later, that has not been the case. Fountain accounted for more than 15.5 points per game. However, since the...

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Defensive development: Angel Delgado now a dual asset
Jan24

Defensive development: Angel Delgado now a dual asset

Since breaking through as a freshman in the 2014-15 season, Angel Delgado has been a key cog in Kevin Willard’s offense for Seton Hall. The 6-foot-10 center possesses an imposing amount of physical strength in the post, which allows him to dominate almost any opponent down low and knock down a few quick buckets for the Pirates at any given time. So far in his collegiate career, Delgado has amassed 64 double-doubles. He also averages a...

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Men’s basketball is on rise, but more support still needed
Nov29

Men’s basketball is on rise, but more support still needed

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team has seen a steady increase in the number of fans attending its regular season home games over the last few years. With the team in position for title contention in the Big East and a deep NCAA Tournament run possibly looming, the fan attendance this season is needed now more than ever. Attendance at home games, whether against the top intra-conference opponents or teams at the bottom of the...

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St. John’s University soccer dominating with aggressive defense
Sep27

St. John’s University soccer dominating with aggressive defense

With Big East play beginning to heat up, the St. John’s men’s soccer team has been cooling off opposing offenses. Comparing the last two seasons for the St. John’s Red Storm, the Johnnies have already matched their total number of conference wins from last year and are one win shy of matching their overall number of wins from 2016. The improvement raises the question of what has changed for head coach Dave Masur and his team in his...

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