Baseball falls short in doubleheader against ranked TCU
Apr15

Baseball falls short in doubleheader against ranked TCU

The Seton Hall baseball team dropped both games of its doubleheader Saturday against Texas Christian University, bringing its season record to 14-17. This was the Pirates’ first meeting with TCU ever and their first meeting with a nationally ranked opponent this season. Ricky DeVito allowed only one run in the game’s first five innings before TCU scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to take a 5-0 lead over the Pirates. DeVito...

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Multiple Pirates comebacks come up short against DePaul
Mar31

Multiple Pirates comebacks come up short against DePaul

The Seton Hall softball team rallied twice but ultimately fell short in a 8-6 loss to DePaul Saturday afternoon, bringing the team’s record to 12-15, including 2-2 in conference play. Katherine Matthys and Destini Peck both had two RBIs, while Peck, Janae Barracato, Hailey Arteaga and Baylee Allender all had multi-hit efforts in the game. In the second and third innings, DePaul was able to score four unanswered runs before the Pirates...

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Powell leads Pirates over Marquette, Howard in dramatic victory
Mar06

Powell leads Pirates over Marquette, Howard in dramatic victory

In the battle of the Big East superstars, Myles Powell came out with the upper hand in more ways than one. He finished with 34 points as compared to Markus Howard’s six points, but the biggest number on the scoreboard was the final score, not the individual statistics, as Seton Hall came away with a 74-63 victory over No. 16 Marquette. The Golden Eagles kept their distance from the Pirates all game, but ultimately, an 18-0 run to...

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Arteaga driving softball’s offense with simplicity
Feb28

Arteaga driving softball’s offense with simplicity

Through 13 games to start the softball season, a large part of the team’s offense is running through Hailey Arteaga. The junior from Upland, Calif. is having a torrid opening to the campaign. To start the season, Arteaga has a .447 average through 38 at-bats, which equates to 17 hits. For players on the team with 15 at bats or more, the next best is Jaden Tate, who is hitting .296 in 27 plate appearances. Arteaga also leads the team...

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AXP comedy show benefits TCNJ crash victim
Feb27

AXP comedy show benefits TCNJ crash victim

On Feb. 19, Alpha Chi Rho (AXP) hosted a comedy show to raise funds for Ryan Moore, a TCNJ student who was seriously injured in a car accident. Christopher Coppola, a sophomore secondary education and Spanish major, planned the event and said that AXP hosted the event because their former chapter president, Will Leonard, is close high school friends with Moore, who survived the Dec. 2 crash. Luke Tyler/Staff Photographer He said he...

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Pirates lose fifth straight to open season
Feb24

Pirates lose fifth straight to open season

Errors and weak pitching led to the Seton Hall baseball team’s fifth straight loss to open the season, as the squad fell, 2-1, to Dayton on Saturday afternoon. In the previous four games, the Pirates were unable to get a win, but they did not suffer any major errors. Against Dayton, however, Seton Hall racked up two errors which lead to an unearned run in the second inning. The Pirates used five pitchers in nine innings, limiting the...

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Pirates fail to muster up victory against Fordham
Feb16

Pirates fail to muster up victory against Fordham

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team lost, 5-2, against Fordham on Friday afternoon. The Pirates kept the games close, but Fordham was able to consistently close out games to ensure the victory. The loss drops the Pirates to 4-2 on the season. In the doubles bracket, Seton Hall was able to grab one match as Michal Matson and Melody Taal won in the number three game, 7-6. Still, the Pirates were unable to win their other two matches as...

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Stillman ranked as a top undergraduate program
Feb14

Stillman ranked as a top undergraduate program

The Stillman School of Business has been “riding a hot streak,” according to Poets & Quants (P&Q), which recently ranked Seton Hall’s business school as one of the top 10 Undergraduate Business Schools to Watch. Over the past year, the business school has jumped 22 spots from P&Q’s 2018 rating and is now regarded alongside other schools such as Boston College, Emory, University of California – Berkley, Babson, University...

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Pirates sweep LIU Brooklyn in convincing fashion
Feb12

Pirates sweep LIU Brooklyn in convincing fashion

On Feb. 10, the Seton Hall women’s tennis team came out victorious with a 7-0 sweep at LIU Brooklyn. They win completes a weekend sweep after beating Drexel the day before, and improves the team’s record to 4-1 on the season. Seton Hall swept the doubles bracket, as all three teams won their respective matches. Anicka Fajnorova and Regina Pitts played a close and tight match and were still able to squeeze out a 7-6 (3) victory against...

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Women’s tennis outmatched in lost to FIU
Feb06

Women’s tennis outmatched in lost to FIU

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team was able to stay close in doubles, but ultimately got swept, 4-0, by FIU on Sunday afternoon. It is the first loss for the Pirates in the spring season after starting 2-0. Melody Taal and Michal Matson picked up Seton Hall’s only win at 6-3 in third doubles. Anicka Fajnorova and Regina Pitts put up a formidable effort in their match but fell 6-3. In contrast, Thandy Kangwa and Minja Gligic were blown...

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Developers propose luxury dorms on Valley Street
Jan23

Developers propose luxury dorms on Valley Street

A North Carolina-based student housing management company has a proposal develop new luxury student apartments on Valley Street in South Orange. The project will be unaffiliated with Seton Hall University, but could serve as another location for students to live. Merinda Gruszecki/Digital and Social Media Editor “We’re going to negotiate our best and final offer,” Village President Sheena Collum said at the Board of Trustees meeting...

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Senior Column: The Setonian helped shape me
Nov28

Senior Column: The Setonian helped shape me

During my first few weeks as a freshman at Seton Hall, like many other students, I had no idea where I belonged. I only knew that I wanted to write. It was during that time that I joined The Setonian. As I write this and reflect on my time with the newspaper, I can hardly believe how being a part of it helped me grow as a person and as a journalist. I remember the first story I worked on about Aquinas residence hall director Joshua...

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