Strunk’s pitching helps Pirates sneak past Buffalo
Mar05

Strunk’s pitching helps Pirates sneak past Buffalo

On the back of starting pitcher Madison Strunk, the Seton Hall softball team came away with a victory on Sunday, 2-0, against the Buffalo Bulls in Madeira Beach, Fla. After pitching three scoreless innings in the Pirates 4-3 win over Central Arkansas the night before, Strunk was not fazed by the tight, low-scoring affair, as she turned in seven shutout innings. Seton Hall’s offense started quickly, as the Pirates got a run across in...

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Despite improvement, Echeverry’s exit strikes change
Nov15

Despite improvement, Echeverry’s exit strikes change

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team wrapped up its season with a 2-0 win over Villanova on Nov. 1, giving the Pirates a 6-10-1 overall record and a 3-6 mark in conference play. Though the season was not what the team hoped, it was an improvement from previous years. After last year’s record of 4-11-2 and a winless season in 2015, the Pirates found themselves on the winning end more frequently in 2017. The season ultimately resulted in...

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Seton Hall moves to 2-0 with win over Wake Forest
Nov12

Seton Hall moves to 2-0 with win over Wake Forest

Seton Hall women’s basketball remained perfect on the season with a 67-57 win against Wake Forest on Sunday afternoon. In both games this season, the Pirates have won by double digits. Seton Hall ran with the same starting five as Saturday’s game against Saint Peter’s, consisting of JaQuan Jackson and Nicole Jimenez at guard and Taylor Brown, Shadeen Samuels and Donnaizha Fountain at forward. The Pirates were hot out of the...

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Alumni softball game brings together past and present
Oct23

Alumni softball game brings together past and present

The Seton Hall softball team welcomed back former players on Sunday for the team’s annual alumni game. The game lasted four innings, with the players of 2017-18 taking down those brought together from years’ past by a final score of 2-0. The two runs for the 2017-18 Pirates came in the first inning via an RBI double with no outs and an error with two outs. That being said, the score, as clearly evident from the constant embrace...

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Pirates pick up point in 1-1 draw against Creighton
Oct09

Pirates pick up point in 1-1 draw against Creighton

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team drew Creighton, 1-1, earning their third result in five conference games on an overcast Sunday afternoon at Owen T. Carroll Field. The Pirates lone goal came on a Julia Stirpe penalty kick in the 86th minute which knotted the game at one. Stirpe was able to draw a timely foul in the box and put away her second goal of the year, slotting home the spot kick with her right foot. Stirpe’s...

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Pirates fly over 25th-ranked Bluejays
Sep30

Pirates fly over 25th-ranked Bluejays

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team played as close to perfect as possible in a 2-0 win over the 25th-ranked Creighton Bluejays. The Pirates had eight total shots on goal, with Andres Arcila and Francisco Alderete both finding the net. It all started after the Creighton keeper earned himself a red card and Andres Arcila was able to hit the penalty kick to put the Pirates up 1-0.  It was Arcila’s sixth goal of the season, which puts him...

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Volleyball drops match to Northwestern in three sets
Sep16

Volleyball drops match to Northwestern in three sets

The Seton Hall volleyball team played Northwestern in the first game of the VCU invitational on Friday, losing in three sets to a Wildcats team that was too much to overcome.  Northwestern took the first set 25-21, despite Seton Hall having a 15-12 lead toward the latter part of the set. It was in that moment, down three, where the Wildcats rattled off a 5-0 run to take a 17-15 lead. The Hall didn’t let it get out of hand though,...

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SHU volleyball defeats Oklahoma in five sets
Aug26

SHU volleyball defeats Oklahoma in five sets

The Seton Hall volleyball team kicked off its season in a big way, defeating the Oklahoma Sooners by a score of three sets to two on Friday night. Coming off a successful 2016 season capped by a Big East tournament appearance, the Pirates looked in mid-season form against a formidable Sooners squad. The first set was a nail biter, featuring eight ties and five lead changes but Seton Hall was able to tough out two victories by the...

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SHU softball nearly rallies back to beat Providence College
Apr25

SHU softball nearly rallies back to beat Providence College

Seton Hall softball lost 8-7 to Providence College on Saturday. The Pirates’ record is now 20-19-1. In the top of the first inning, Sara Foster singled through the left side. Valerie Suto grounded out, but Foster made to second. Alexis Walkden singled, sending Foster to third base. Walkden stole second but was left stranded. In the bottom of the first, Providence scored two runs to lead 2-0. In the second inning, Hailey Arteaga...

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Pirates hang on to defeat Georgetown
Apr25

Pirates hang on to defeat Georgetown

Trailing 5-2 heading into the top of the ninth, the Georgetown Hoyas (21-17, 0-5) were able to make things interesting but Seton Hall (20-16, 4-4) ultimately held on for a 5-4 victory at rainy Owen T. Carroll field on Saturday afternoon. Cullen Dana got the start for the Pirates and he worked an easy one-two-three inning to start things off. Seton Hall wasted no time in jumping on Georgetown starter Jack Cushing, as it got its first...

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Pirates fall to Xavier in close battle to open series
Apr14

Pirates fall to Xavier in close battle to open series

The Seton Hall baseball team lost 2-1 to Xavier tonight in the first of a three-game series Thursday. The game started out relatively slowly for both teams as each team held each other scoreless in the first inning. The best chance to score came for Xavier after it managed to get two runners on base before Chris Morris closed out the inning. The second inning continued the same scoreless trend as the first as Ryan Ramirez hit a single...

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Pirates fall despite near comeback in rubber match vs. LIU-Brooklyn
Apr02

Pirates fall despite near comeback in rubber match vs. LIU-Brooklyn

It was a beautiful sunny day at Owen T. Carroll field in South Orange as the Seton Hall Pirates faced off against LIU-Brooklyn in the final game of their three-game series Sunday, and lost, 2-1. Both pitchers were on early, as Seton Hall did not put a hit on the board until the last batter in the order, Connor Hood, laced a single up the middle into center. Seton Hall had no other hits and no runs with four strikeouts through three...

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