Second OT goal from McGovern gives women’s soccer win over Albany
Sep09

Second OT goal from McGovern gives women’s soccer win over Albany

Siobhan McGovern has played just six regular season games in her young Seton Hall career, but Thursday night’s 2-1 win over Albany marked her second golden goal winner for the Pirates (3-3-0), as she scored in the 93rd minute to seal a 2-1 victory for the Pirates. With the win, Seton Hall snapped a two game losing streak after not scoring a goal against Fordham or Monmouth in its last two matches. The Pirates ended that shutout...

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Pirates lose in overtime at UMass Lowell
Sep03

Pirates lose in overtime at UMass Lowell

A strong defensive effort was not enough for the Hall on Friday night.

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Men’s and women’s basketball announces non-conference schedule
Aug01

Men’s and women’s basketball announces non-conference schedule

The Seton Hall men’s and women’s basketball teams have announced their 2016-17 non-conference schedules. The men will face off against nine teams that advanced to play postseason basketball last season, including games against four NCAA tournament teams. Isaiah Whitehead and Derrick Gordon are gone, but this young Seton Hall squad has mostly retained a core group of players that beat Villanova to capture the Hall’s first Big...

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Softball wins one in Saturday doubleheader
Mar20

Softball wins one in Saturday doubleheader

Game 1: Bobby Bevilacqua Noel Lent had three hits and two RBIs as the Seton Hall Pirates defeated the Oakland Golden Grizzlies, 6-4, in the first game of their double-header at the Mercer Classic on Saturday. Lent’s big game began with a solo shot to left center in the first inning, and also drove in a run in Seton Hall’s three-run fourth inning. Her three hits bumped up her batting average to .360 for the season. Alexis Walkden also...

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How we see the Big East: Pirates deserved better tourney seeding
Mar17

How we see the Big East: Pirates deserved better tourney seeding

  For the first time in 10 years, fans of the Seton Hall Pirates got to see their team on national television next to powerhouses like Kansas and Kentucky on Selection Sunday as they prepare for their first NCAA Tournament berth since 2006. The Pirates were given a No. 6 seed, which is their highest ranking for March Madness since 1993, when they were No. 2. And while there’s no need to be upset about where they’ve been placed, you...

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Pirates get payback in trip to Omaha
Jan31

Pirates get payback in trip to Omaha

After a rough patch of four losses in five game, Seton Hall bounced back with a controlling 75-65 win over the Creighton Bluejays for its fifth conference victory of the season. With a starting lineup full of sophomores, head coach Kevin Willard and the Pirates surely are happy with their start to the season and conference play, as well as their chances at an NCAA Tournament berth. Isaiah Whitehead had arguably his most well-rounded...

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How we see the Big East: SHU pitted against tough conference
Jan13

How we see the Big East: SHU pitted against tough conference

  Under Tony Bozzella, the Seton Hall women’s basketball program continues to grow. This season, the Pirates got off to their best start in school history with 13 wins in their first 14 games. They are scoring almost 73 points per outing while only giving up an average of 62. But in a rather strong conference, and with back-to-back losses against DePaul and St. John’s, there may be some doubt starting to seep into people’s brains. Is...

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Familiar face added to baseball staff
Dec09

Familiar face added to baseball staff

  Seton Hall baseball coach Rob Sheppard announced last week that former Pirate Jon Prosinski has joined the staff as the new Director of Baseball Operations. Prosinski is one of the most decorated pitchers in Seton Hall history. He was the team’s iron man, setting a school record by making a total of 57 starts in his four years from 2010-2013. No Pirate has pitched more innings or struck out more batters, and only Tim Byron has more...

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No. 22 Seton Hall handed first loss by Georgia
Dec06

No. 22 Seton Hall handed first loss by Georgia

  The undefeated run to start the season came to an end when the Seton Hall women’s basketball team was handed its first loss by the Georgia Bulldogs, 70-52, at the Stegeman Coliseum in Atlanta on Sunday. The Pirates were undefeated through their first seven games, marking the longest stretch to start a season without a loss since 1989-90. In beating SHU, Georgia earned its first win against a ranked opponent this season. Georgia was...

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SHU partners with ReplyBuy for mobile ticket purchasing
Nov18

SHU partners with ReplyBuy for mobile ticket purchasing

  Seton Hall has made purchasing tickets a whole lot easier for its fans. The Hall’s Department of Athletics recently announced a partnership with ReplyBuy, a program that gives fans the ability to purchase tickets directly from their smart phones via text message. The company is currently servicing a variety of clients across Canada and the United States, including teams in the NBA, NFL, NHL and college sports in addition to...

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An inside look at the hard working sports statisticians at Seton Hall
Oct28

An inside look at the hard working sports statisticians at Seton Hall

  Avid sports fans typically have a way to check live scores and get updates on their phones. Perhaps you go on your phone to check the score of the Rangers game or want to know who hit a homer for the Mets. Maybe you want to check how your fantasy team is doing, all in real time. But have you ever wondered how those stats get onto your phone, or how you are able to look at the score as the action is unfolding? “I really have no idea...

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How we see the Big East: Young SHU volleyball needs to find consistency
Oct28

How we see the Big East: Young SHU volleyball needs to find consistency

  Young, inexperienced and injured, but still hanging in there. Just one year removed from their magical 28-8 season, and a Big East Championship appearance, Seton Hall Volleyball has fallen back down to earth, sitting at sixth in the Big East with a 5-6 conference record, and 11-12 overall. The Pirates lost some integral players from last year’s starting lineup, including middle blocker Ashani Rubin, setter Shelbey Manthorpe, and...

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