Seton Hall falls to Lehigh 3-1
Sep19

Seton Hall falls to Lehigh 3-1

Seton Hall men’s soccer was unable to find positives in their final non-conference game against Lehigh, falling 3-1 to the Mountain Hawks in Bethlehem, Pa. The match was an uphill battle from the start for the Pirates, who trailed 1-0 in the 11th minute after the Mountain Hawks’ Oscar Greene knocked in the rebound of a shot off the left post. Seton Hall had a couple half-chances after Lehigh’s opener but could not find the tying goal...

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Women’s soccer blanked by Ivy League foe at home
Sep17

Women’s soccer blanked by Ivy League foe at home

Seton Hall women’s soccer fell 3-0 to Harvard in their final non-conference contest on Sunday afternoon. The loss was the Pirates’ third in their last four matches. Seton Hall showed signs of life multiple times in the game, primarily in the first half with Harvard’s top two goal-scorers, Leah Mohammadi and Murphy Agnew, starting on the bench. However, Seton Hall was not able to break their winless streak. After a slow start, the two...

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Seton Hall see red twice, concede once and are unable to score as St. John’s prevail
Sep16

Seton Hall see red twice, concede once and are unable to score as St. John’s prevail

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team opened up their Big East conference schedule with a tough 1-0 loss against St. John’s, at home on Saturday. It was a very physical match from the start with the Pirates and Red Storm eager to bring home a win in the first conference game for both New York area rivals.  Both teams’ aggression led to a lot of whistle blowing with 47 total fouls called and 11 cards handed out.  The Red...

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Delaware shuts out Seton Hall to end winning streak
Sep13

Delaware shuts out Seton Hall to end winning streak

Seton Hall took on Delaware at Owen T. Carroll Field Wednesday night, with the Blue Hens putting in a goal in each half, and the Pirates being unable to produce similar resilience from games past, as Delaware prevailed 2-0. Not much went the Pirates way from the beginning as they failed to make an effective attack on net. The Blue Hens were quick with their offense and moved the ball efficiently to get eight shots in the first half....

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Improved offense has led to victories for Men’s Soccer team
Sep13

Improved offense has led to victories for Men’s Soccer team

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team picked up back-to-back regular season victories for the first time since 2013 after defeating Sacred Heart on Sept. 4 and coming back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Princeton in double overtime on Sept. 7. On Sept. 10, the Pirates defeated Penn 2-1 for their third straight victory, a streak not achieved since 2011. After winning only four games last season and none in 2015, the Pirates have looked...

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Women’s soccer adjusting into Big East play
Sep13

Women’s soccer adjusting into Big East play

Seton Hall women’s soccer team has struggled early this season, going 0-4-2 in out-of-conference play. The root of the team’s problem is as simple as the purpose of the game: score. With only three goals on 49 shots, the Pirates are shooting a six percent success rate, while their opponent are just over 18 percent. The opportunities have been there in many games. In the team’s latest 1-0 loss to Marist at Owen T. Carroll Field, the...

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Pirates overcome more road adversity for third consecutive win
Sep11

Pirates overcome more road adversity for third consecutive win

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team are winners of three straight for the first time since 2011 as the Pirates notched a road victory on Sunday night against Penn University by a score of 2-1. It was the second game in a row where the Pirates had to erase an early deficit to Ivy-League opposition before securing the win. The Pirates fell behind early on, as the away side surrendered a goal in the 26th minute to Penn striker Joe Swenson,...

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Seton Hall scores first but is unable to find winner at Duquesne
Sep10

Seton Hall scores first but is unable to find winner at Duquesne

Seton Hall’s women’s soccer team endured a hard fought battle against Duquesne on Sunday afternoon, with 110 minutes leaving nothing between the sides, as both settled for a 1-1 draw. After back-to-back 1-0 losses this past week, the Hall looked to end its losing streak and earn its first victory of the season on Sunday afternoon at Rooney Field in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Pirates took four shots in the first half before getting on the...

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Women’s soccer unable to convert chances at home, lose to Marist
Sep08

Women’s soccer unable to convert chances at home, lose to Marist

Seton Hall had a season high 19 shots against Marist on Thursday, but were unable to find the back of the net as the visiting Red Foxes took the 1-0 win. The game started slowly for the Hall and became more frustrating as time progressed. Eventually, Marist broke the scoreless tie off a corner kick in the 18th minute. The goal was one of Marist’s three shots in the half, as Seton Hall tripled its output with nine shots, but with none...

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Cardiac Pirates: Men’s soccer overcomes three-goal deficit, wins in overtime at Princeton
Sep07

Cardiac Pirates: Men’s soccer overcomes three-goal deficit, wins in overtime at Princeton

Seton Hall men’s soccer pulled off a Herculean comeback, coming back from three goals down to win in overtime, 4-3, on the road Thursday against the Princeton Tigers. The Pirates went into their game against the Tigers with the odds stacked against them, with Seton Hall having not won a match at Princeton since 2000. The Pirates and Tigers got off to good starts with both sides showing compactness early that would seldom last. Later...

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One more: Men’s soccer star returns for third and final act
Sep07

One more: Men’s soccer star returns for third and final act

After trying to make the leap professionally following the 2016-17 season, Seton Hall men’s soccer midfielder Andres Arcila is back for one final season in South Orange. When Arcila made his decision to return, it was not announced in a tweet that evoked hundreds of likes and retweets. Instead, it was a text to his head coach of three years, Gerson Echeverry, which made clear his intention: “What are the options,” it read. Arcila...

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Seton Hall falls by narrow margin on late-game score
Sep05

Seton Hall falls by narrow margin on late-game score

]The Seton Hall women’s soccer team fell to Monmouth University 1-0 on Labor Day, by way of a 54th-minute goal from the Hawks. For much of the game, both teams were playing offense and defense with no team getting a real sense of control over the game. To the blind eye, the victor of this game would probably be Seton Hall, seeing that it led in most statistical categories. Nine different Seton Hall players registered a shot compared...

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