Seton Hall flags display new slogan
Sep12

Seton Hall flags display new slogan

During your first couple of weeks back on the campus grounds, you might have noticed the various “What Great Minds Can Do” signs placed all around, and you may have wondered about the significance or purpose of the signs. In hopes of attracting more undergraduate and graduate students who are driven and excel academically, while competing with other universities nationwide, the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has developed...

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Seton Hall and St. John’s in a league of their own
May02

Seton Hall and St. John’s in a league of their own

The Seton Hall baseball team, along with Big East-leading St. John’s, stand atop the standings with a combined conference record of 19-2. The other five teams in the conference have just 16 wins between them. Butler, at 4-4, is the only other team without a losing conference record. The Pirates and Red Storm are not just pacing the conference, the two frontrunners have blown the rest of the Big East out of the water in 2018. St....

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Pirates climb up leaderboard and take fourth at Kingsmill Intercollegiate
Mar28

Pirates climb up leaderboard and take fourth at Kingsmill Intercollegiate

Scotland native Alex Chalk finished an even-par 70 in the final round, as the Pirates captured a fourth-place finish in the 2018 Kingsmill Intercollegiate, held in Williamsburg, Va. Things only got better for the Pirates, as their charge up the leaderboard began in the second round on Monday and culminated in the third and final round on Tuesday. The tournament opened on Sunday, with freshman Gregor Tait leading the Pirates in the...

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Pirates need a full 40 minutes to win in March Madness
Mar15

Pirates need a full 40 minutes to win in March Madness

March Madness is finally here and after an arduous season, the Pirates will look to get past the first round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2003. Seton Hall heads into the bracket as the No. 8 seed in the Midwest Region, facing off against No. 9-seeded NC State Wolfpack in the first round on Thursday. If the Pirates want to advance in the tournament in the final season for seniors Khadeen Carrington, Angel Delgado,...

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SHU students hit hard with the flu
Feb17

SHU students hit hard with the flu

The flu has hit Seton Hall University hard with several students contracting the illness. Although flu season has been in effect for several months, a number of students who went through sorority recruitment the weekend of Feb. 2 came down with the flu. Erin Hoffman, a junior business major who received a flu shot, shared that many of her sisters in the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority have contracted the flu. “After last weekend, which was...

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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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Volleyball dominates in win over St. John’s
Oct15

Volleyball dominates in win over St. John’s

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team pieced together a convincing straight-set win over St. John’s on Saturday night in Walsh Gymnasium. Things did not start so convincing, however, as St. John’s bolted to an early lead. Despite Seton Hall’s best efforts to pull the set closer, it wasn’t until head coach Allison Yaeger called a timeout, with the Pirates down 22-19, that fortunes began to turn around for the home side. “We had to...

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Sager and Staudt steer Pirates to sixth place
Sep25

Sager and Staudt steer Pirates to sixth place

Off the back of a top three finish two weekends ago, the Seton Hall women’s golf team continued their strong campaign by placing sixth in the 14-team Nittany Lion Invitational in College Park, Pa. Shooting her way to the top of the Hall’s performers was Maddie Sager, who finished 15th overall in the field. The end result could have been even greater for Sager who led the field going into play on Sunday after shooting a 70 and 72 in...

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SHU pitcher Zach Schellenger drafted in sixth round of MLB Draft by Boston Red Sox
Jun13

SHU pitcher Zach Schellenger drafted in sixth round of MLB Draft by Boston Red Sox

Seton Hall right-handed pitcher Zach Schellenger was selected in the sixth round as the 191st overall pick by the Boston Red Sox in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft Thursday. Schellenger is the first Pirate off the board in this year’s MLB Draft. In his time in South Orange, Schellenger was named a Big East Academic All-Star twice and earned two Big East Pitcher of the Week honors. “I was excited that I was able...

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NCAA transfer rule should be consistent with players and coaches
Apr19

NCAA transfer rule should be consistent with players and coaches

It’s transfer season in NCAA basketball, and players and coaches alike are moving to new colleges trying to find a home for their talents. While coaches can move to a new school immediately, players who choose to transfer find themselves in a one-year gap where they cannot play for their new schools, due to NCAA transfer rules. The only exception to this rule is if a graduate student transfers, then he/she is immediately eligible. A...

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