Pirates blanked by Red Storm
Oct14

Pirates blanked by Red Storm

The Seton Hall women’s soccer fell, 2-0, to Saint John’s University on Saturday night. The loss marked the 10th straight game in which the Pirates failed to register a win. Saint John’s outclassed Seton Hall in the first portion of the first half, but the Pirates bounced back in the latter half. Cassy Harrigan fired a shot that was blocked in the 33rd minute, and Eva Gonzalez attempted two shots in the 36th and 39th minutes that...

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Pirates remain winless in conference play after loss to Creighton
Oct08

Pirates remain winless in conference play after loss to Creighton

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team was unable to obtain its first Big East win of the season on Sunday, falling to Creighton University by a final score of 2-1. The team’s record now sits at 2-8-4, which includes being 0-5 in conference play. The Pirates started out with an early lead, as Alyssa Reszkowski’s scored in the 4th minute. The Pirates have been trying to make adjustments to get on the board early and secure momentum, but...

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Gonzalez Tate rides into the tri-colored sunset
Oct04

Gonzalez Tate rides into the tri-colored sunset

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – There is a midfielder in white and blue that bleeds green and red, with a dragon tattoo flying up her arm and a ball running off her feet. Her name is Eva Gonzalez Tate, one of three captains for the Seton Hall women’s soccer team, and one of two that will wave goodbye at the end of the month. Gonzalez Tate will graduate in May, but because of her involvement in the U-20 World Cup with Mexico during the fall of...

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Pirates dominated by Butler in loss
Sep29

Pirates dominated by Butler in loss

On Thursday, the Seton Hall women’s soccer team fell, 3-0, to Butler University. The loss keeps the team winless in Big East play and puts them at 2-5-4 overall. In the first half, the Pirates were able to hold Butler to one goal, however the Bulldogs scored one minute into the second half to secure the momentum for the rest of the match. Butler ended the day with 18 shots compared to Seton Hall’s two. The Pirates offense had a few...

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Mary Jennings’ death still impacts women’s soccer program
Sep26

Mary Jennings’ death still impacts women’s soccer program

Upbeat. Happy. Motivating. These are the words that Seton Hall women’s soccer coach Rick Stainton used to describe the atmosphere at the annual Mary Jennings Memorial Game. The annual game to honor the former Pirate who died of liver cancer will be held on Sept. 30 at 1 p.m. at Owen T. Carroll Field against Georgetown. As the head of the program, Stainton has had plenty of exposure to the event and knows what it means from the...

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Pirates blanked in Big East opener
Sep22

Pirates blanked in Big East opener

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team was defeated, 3-0, by DePaul University on Saturday afternoon in its first Big East game of the season. Despite the loss and surrendering three goals, Seton Hall’s defense played well. “Defense comes first and then we look for ways to attack,” head coach Rick Stainton said. “Today we got exposed in some different areas. We tried to say if our attack got better it will help out our defenders, our...

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Late goal gives Pirates draw in Brooklyn
Sep19

Late goal gives Pirates draw in Brooklyn

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team drew, 2-2, with LIU Brooklyn on Wednesday evening. Stealing the show for the Pirates was Siobhan McGovern, who found the back of the net twice in the match. The Blackbirds got on the board first, taking the lead in the 24th minute on a goal by Kimberly Butland. However, Seton Hall responded quickly, as McGovern connected on a rebound from a Dani Camilleri shot in the 30th minute. Just a few moments...

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Pirates dominant in draw
Sep16

Pirates dominant in draw

Seton Hall women’s soccer picked up its third tie of the season on Sunday afternoon after being unable to secure a win against Central Connecticut State University in double overtime. Despite the best efforts of both teams, the final score was 0-0. The first half was dominated by the Pirates as they outshot Central Connecticut 9-3 and maintained possession for most of the half. Anna MacLean started in goal for the Hall, stopping all...

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Pirates taken to overtime by UMass Lowell
Sep14

Pirates taken to overtime by UMass Lowell

In a game dominated by physical contact, the Seton Hall women’s soccer team drew, 1-1, in overtime against the University of Massachusetts Lowell on Thursday night. From the jump, both teams looked to push the pace. Pirates midfielder Emma Ramsay executed a skill move to put a shot on target within the first five minutes, although it was saved by the opposing keeper. The Pirates had two more shots on goal within the next few...

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Caza stands above the rest with father’s guidance
Sep12

Caza stands above the rest with father’s guidance

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Seton Hall center-back Emily Caza was raised on being more than a tackler, even if that meant being different from many of her counterparts growing up. While most players grew up playing checkers, her father helped her learn the backline equivalent of three-dimensional chess. “Often times when you’re watching a soccer game, and the center-back saves what everybody perceived was going to be an empty goal, and they...

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Engel proves to be a catalyst for women’s soccer
Sep06

Engel proves to be a catalyst for women’s soccer

When looking at the stat sheet for the Seton Hall women’s soccer team, Izzy Engel’s name may not immediately jump out at you. The sophomore midfielder from Crescent, Pa., has yet to register a goal or assist so far this season, but her impact on the team’s newfound success cannot be understated. The Pirates, currently 2-3-1, have relied on Engel heavily to control play from the center of the pitch. Through the team’s first six games,...

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Harrigan lifts Pirates over Quinnipiac with late goal
Aug30

Harrigan lifts Pirates over Quinnipiac with late goal

Thanks to a 73rd-minute header from sophomore midfielder Cassy Harrigan, Seton Hall improved to 2-2 on the year with a 1-0 road victory over Quinnipiac on Wednesday night. Throughout the night, Seton Hall dominated possession and out-shot Quinnipiac 19-7, but the Pirates were unable to break through until the later stages of the game. A corner kick from senior Lauren Garcia did the trick, though, as Garcia’s beautifully played...

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