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Women’s basketball closes out weekend with loss to No. 17 DePaul
Feb05

Women’s basketball closes out weekend with loss to No. 17 DePaul

Seton Hall women’s basketball fell to the No. 17 DePaul Blue Demons 86-60 on Sunday, Feb. 6 at the McGrath-Phillips Arena in Chicago, Ill. The game began tightly contested, as both teams were within two points of each other for the opening five minutes of the first quarter. DePaul then went on a 16-6 run to close out the quarter, putting it ahead of the Pirates 22-10. The Blue Demons managed to maintain a double-digit lead for the...

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Big East teams successful in NCAA Tournaments
Dec07

Big East teams successful in NCAA Tournaments

Fall sports ended for the Piratesjust under two weeks ago when the Seton Hall women’s volleyball team terminated a resilient late-season run, losing to Creighton in the Big East Tournament semifinal, three sets to none. For both SHU soccer sides, it has been just over a month since the season closed. Despite the absence of Pirates, various Big East fall sports teams found postseason success. In volleyball, Creighton was the sole Big...

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The Eternal Champions: Chapecoense tragedy: The beautiful side of the beautiful game
Dec07

The Eternal Champions: Chapecoense tragedy: The beautiful side of the beautiful game

Chapecoense were South America’s fairytale, until they became South America’s nightmare. The team from the small city of Chapecó, Brazil had gone from the lowly fourth division of Brazilian soccer in 2009, to boarding a flight for Medellín, Colombia on Nov. 29. There they were set to compete for the Copa Sudamericana, a title which spans all of South America. They never made it to Medellín, though. The plane crashed into the Andes...

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Powell powers Pirates to convincing win over Columbia
Dec01

Powell powers Pirates to convincing win over Columbia

After a four-game road trip, Seton Hall returned to Prudential Center Thursday night by putting up a 95-71 win over Columbia University. Desi Rodriguez was the one to start the game hot, scoring 10 points in as many minutes. Seton Hall maintained the lead for the majority of the first half, but Columbia’s Mike Smith, who scored 23 points on the night, kept the Pirates on their toes. The Pirates didn’t show their dominant...

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Men’s and women’s cross country compete in NCAA Regionals
Nov12

Men’s and women’s cross country compete in NCAA Regionals

The Seton Hall men’s cross country team came in 20th out of 22 teams Friday in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals. The Pirates ran in the 10K race and as a whole had an average time of 33:35. Standout performers for Seton Hall included Bryant Cordova, Jarod Moser and Richard Stephens. Cordova was the only Pirate that made it into the top-100. He came in 94th place and had a time of 32:45. Moser finished less than a minute after Cordova...

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Using yoga for the better good
Oct05

Using yoga for the better good

Shannon Reilly is a junior at Seton Hall and an internationally certified yoga instructor who enjoys art, and nonprofit work with children. Reilly started yoga at the age of 12 around the time she was diagnosed with scoliosis. What started out as a way to improve her posture quickly became an ally off the mats too. Reilly decided to do her training in Rishikesh, India, the yoga capital of the world, in an effort to learn the ancient...

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SHU volleyball drops double-header
Sep17

SHU volleyball drops double-header

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team fell to Seattle and Princeton University on the opening day of the Rutgers Invitational in a double-header Friday. The team’s record now stands at 5-7 on the season. In the first game against Seattle University, the Pirates lost three consecutive sets (26-28, 17-25, 26-28). Standout performers were Tessa Fournier, who recorded a match-high 28 digs, while Cherise Hennigan led the team with...

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Men’s soccer transfers discover new home and team
Sep14

Men’s soccer transfers discover new home and team

Although the Seton Hall Men’s Soccer season is less than a month old, the Pirates already amassed their win total from last year with the help of a group of transfers, two of whom have found their place in the starting lineup. The Hall picked up two wins in the first six games, boasting a 2-3-1 record as of Sept. 14. There is nowhere to go but up for a team that went 0-16-1 last season, but for the Pirates, that is in the past. They...

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Brown, Jones-Pack latest additions to WBB roster
May16

Brown, Jones-Pack latest additions to WBB roster

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team has just bolstered its frontcourt today with the additions of transfer forward Taylor Brown and incoming freshman forward/center Jayla Jones-Pack.With the departure of five seniors, this duo raises the count of newcomers to eight. While Brown will sit out the 2016-2017 season due to NCAA Transfer rules, Jones-Pack can contribute right away. Brown is a 6-foot tall sophomore forward from Paterson,...

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Scouts impressed as Hall baseball outlasts St. John’s
May14

Scouts impressed as Hall baseball outlasts St. John’s

 Owen T Carroll Field was littered with major league scouts this past Friday evening, as sophomore ace Shane McCarthy and senior shortstop Chris Chiaradio helped lead the Pirates to a 4-3 victory over the St. John’s Red Storm in a pivotal Big East showdown.It was in the fifth inning when a seemingly innocuous throw to second by Pirates catcher Matt Fortin ignited what was until then a timid pitching duel. The throw, which was on...

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Lent lights the way for softball’s future leaders
Apr21

Lent lights the way for softball’s future leaders

  With Big East play underway, softball player Noel Lent is hitting her stride both on the field and off of it. With a .308 average, 28 RBI, 43 hits, 27 runs, 12 stolen bases and a team-high 11 doubles, Lent’s stats alone demonstrate how the junior is a key cog in the Seton Hall softball machine. Her contributions go beyond the numbers, though. Whether it be her hustle on the base paths or her willingness to go the extra mile for her...

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