Seton Hall softball fails to beat Iona Gaels
Mar30

Seton Hall softball fails to beat Iona Gaels

  A three-run second inning for the Iona Gaels is what it took to beat the Seton Hall softball team, 3-2, at Mike Sheppard, Sr. Field on Wednesday afternoon. The rally by Iona came with controversy, as a pitch by Pirates starter Madison Strunk appeared to hit the knob of Sarah Schutz’s bat. The home plate umpire ruled that it hit Schutz and upheld the call when discussing it with the other two umpires. Head coach Paige Smith said...

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Pirates win in Indy, sweep season series with Butler
Feb20

Pirates win in Indy, sweep season series with Butler

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team was able to win its second straight game Friday night by defeating the Butler Bulldogs, 72-67, at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indiana. Butler was leading 36-28 at the start of the second half, and senior Blaire Langlois connected for a three-pointer to push the Bulldogs’ lead to 11. The Pirates then responded with a 20-8 run and ended the third quarter with a 48-47 lead. Tabatha Richardson-Smith led the...

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Bozzella’s tale of elephants gets team’s attention
Feb17

Bozzella’s tale of elephants gets team’s attention

  In basketball, rebounds are generally only attributed to players on the stat sheet. Earlier this week though, Seton Hall women’s head coach Tony Bozzella made a rebound of his own after the Pirates had seem- ingly hit rock bottom. On Feb. 7, the Pirates dropped their second straight game against St. John’s, prompting Bozzella to unleash an expletive-laced post-game rant that questioned his seniors’ will to play. The moment was...

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Richardson-Smith becomes SHU’s all-time leading scorer in win
Feb14

Richardson-Smith becomes SHU’s all-time leading scorer in win

A missed foul shot and put-back by senior Tabatha Richardson-Smith is what it took for her to become the all-time scorer for Seton Hall’s women’s basketball team. Head coach Tony Bozzella said the play went according to plan following a 60-50 home win against Villanova on Sunday, Feb. 14. “(Richardson-Smith) had a great offensive rebound off a missed foul shot, which was actually a set play, and Claire executed the play really well...

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Women fall to Nova, drop third straight
Jan16

Women fall to Nova, drop third straight

A double-double from senior Tabatha Richardson-Smith was not enough as the Seton Hall women’s basketball team dropped its third straight contest in a 55-45 loss against Villanova at the Pavilion on Friday night. Baskets were few and far between in the defensive showcase as the Pirates, now 13-4 and 3-3 in conference play, put up 45 points and shot 28.1 percent from the field. Both categories were their lowest marks of the season....

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