Pirates and Cowboys forced to settle for draw in back-and-forth game
Mar19

Pirates and Cowboys forced to settle for draw in back-and-forth game

The Seton Hall baseball team ended its three-day stint in Stillwater, Okla. with a 3-3 tie against the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Sunday. In Seton Hall’s first tie-game since the 2010 season, Connor Hood launched a two-run home run, while Billy Layne Jr. threw four impressive innings for the Pirates. However, because of lightning, rain and the Pirates’ travel schedule, the game was forced to conclude with one out in the bottom of the...

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Living large: The roommate duo of Gill and Mamukelashvili
Nov08

Living large: The roommate duo of Gill and Mamukelashvili

If you thought a pair of giants had taken up residence in Turrell Manor, worry not. The 7-foot duo of Romaro Gill and Sandro Mamukelashvili come in peace. Two of the three tallest athletes on Seton Hall men’s basketball team just so happen to be roommates in Turrell Manor. Gill is a junior center from St. Thomas, Jamaica, who measures 7-foot-2-inches tall, while Mamukelashvili, a freshman power forward from Tbilisi, Georgia, measures...

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Marathon match against Marquette ends in defeat
Oct29

Marathon match against Marquette ends in defeat

Seton Hall and Marquette went the distance on Saturday night in an emotional, five-set match which saw the Golden Eagles come out on top. The Pirates started slow out of the gate, and Marquette capitalized by quickly jumping to a 10-5 lead in the first set The Pirates were able to claw their way back, thanks largely in part to key digs from libero Sarah Kenneweg. The impact was a continuation of good things for Kenneweg, who picked up...

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Prendergast’s nine strikeouts give Pirates series sweep over Georgetown
Apr25

Prendergast’s nine strikeouts give Pirates series sweep over Georgetown

Seton Hall baseball had the bats going in its 10-5 win over Georgetown Sunday to complete the series sweep as Zach Prendergast took care of business on the mound. The top of the first went down in order all at the hand of Prendergast strikeouts. Seton Hall came out ready in the bottom of the first and put up two runs on four hits after an Al Molina RBI double and Matt Toke’s triple in the next at-bat. Seton Hall added another run in...

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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 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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Pirate Blue to visit Isaiah Whitehead,  Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center
Mar29

Pirate Blue to visit Isaiah Whitehead, Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center

Seton Hall Athletics’ Pirate Blue Athletic Fund is hosting an event to watch former Pirate Isaiah Whitehead and the Brooklyn Nets take on the Orlando Magic on April 1 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Pirate Blue is selling tickets for Pirate Blue night, with the first 100 tickets sold including a chance to meet Whitehead following the game. According to the website to order tickets, it is sold out. “Isaiah is a favorite among...

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Delgado’s performance still lacking recognition
Feb22

Delgado’s performance still lacking recognition

While Seton Hall big man Angel Delgado ranks high statistically throughout the nation, he is not being considered one of the nation’s best centers in award recognition. Earlier this month, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced its 10 finalists for the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar award, which recognizes the best center in college basketball. The nation’s top rebounder and second-best double-double man, Delgado, was not one of...

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Students flock to Career Center, prep for Career Fair
Feb22

Students flock to Career Center, prep for Career Fair

If you happen to find yourself in the Career Center this week you are likely to notice that the atmosphere is buzzing more than usual. Each office is occupied with students of all majors looking to improve their resumes, cover letters or “elevator pitches” for the upcoming spring career fair that is to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 28 from 4 to 6:15 p.m. in the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center. When asked how much work goes into...

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Pirates score five runs in ninth inning to split Michigan series
Feb19

Pirates score five runs in ninth inning to split Michigan series

The Seton Hall baseball team mounted a ninth-inning comeback against Michigan in Port St. Lucie, Fla. on Sunday afternoon to take the final game of the series, 8-6. The Pirates jumped out to an early lead in the second inning, with senior Jackson Martin driving in Mike Caputo and Matt Toke with a single to center. Seton Hall had the bases loaded later in the inning, but a double play prevented any more runs from being scored. Michigan...

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Transfer Center eases transition to SHU
Oct19

Transfer Center eases transition to SHU

The Transfer Center at Seton Hall provides workshops, social events and resourceful advisors for a smooth and helpful transition to campus. Professor Hezal Patel, interim assistant dean and Freshman Studies director at the Transfer Center, understands and takes into account the nerve-wracking emotions transfer students can feel during their transition period. “The Transfer Student Center is committed to the success of transfer...

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Welcome Center will offer greeting to perspective students
Oct05

Welcome Center will offer greeting to perspective students

It’s large, it’s dusty, it’s loud, and it is taking up a ton of parking on campus. Seton Hall is under construction once again, this time to erect a 68,222 square foot Welcome Center in front of the Cabrini flag poles. Set to open in January 2018, the center is part of the University’s master plan to update and expand the Seton Hall campus. The plan, according to an email interview with Associate Vice President of Facilities...

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