With one out to spare, three-run eighth inning gives Pirates series sweep
Apr23

With one out to spare, three-run eighth inning gives Pirates series sweep

The Seton Hall baseball team took down Butler on Sunday, 7-5, for a three-game series sweep in Indianapolis, Ind. The win allows the Pirates to stay in second place in the Big East, at 5-1, with an overall record of 17-14-1. The lead traded hands three times in total, with Butler starting in front, but, Seton Hall ending in front. In the eighth inning, with two outs and nobody on base, Seton Hall managed to score three runs, with a...

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Women’s tennis bounces back to down Villanova
Apr15

Women’s tennis bounces back to down Villanova

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team was able to capture a win over Big East rivals Villanova on Saturday afternoon, 4-3, in Villanova, Pa. The win came 24 hours after the Pirates Senior Day loss to Marquette on April 13. Showing an ability to turn the page from that 4-1 loss, the Pirates defeated a Villanova team that entered the day with four more wins than Seton Hall. The Pirates No. 1 doubles team of Anicka Fajnorova and Luize...

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Road series victory slips away from the Pirates
Apr15

Road series victory slips away from the Pirates

Following a narrow win on Friday against St. John’s, the Seton Hall softball team dropped both games in a doubleheader on Saturday in Queens, N.Y.  The Red Storm, now 15-21 and 6-3 in the Big East, overcame the Pirates, who drop to 18-25 and 4-8 in the conference. The first game of Saturday’s doubleheader looked nothing like the hard-fought victory that Seton Hall earned on Friday. The Pirates were defeated in five innings by a...

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Pirates defeat Friars to complete suspended contest
Feb22

Pirates defeat Friars to complete suspended contest

After spending an extra night in Providence, R.I., the Pirates continued their game against the Friars with an 89-77 victory on Thursday afternoon. After condensation appeared on the court at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the game was continued at Providence’s on-campus gym, Alumni Hall. Picking up with a 56-47 score with 13:03 left in the game, Providence started to slowly gain momentum. Kyron Cartwright got hot, finishing...

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SGA and HRL work to reduce water usage
Feb22

SGA and HRL work to reduce water usage

Housing and Residence Life, (HRL) is working with the Student Government Association, (SGA) to reduce water usage in residence halls as part of their Blue Goes Green initiative. Alyssa Futa, a freshman diplomacy major and someone directly involved with the campaign, shared details about a contest the two organizations are creating to see which residence hall can reduce the most water usage. “The contest winner is going to be a...

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Pirate’s Pitch expands student opportunities
Feb14

Pirate’s Pitch expands student opportunities

Pirate’s Pitch, an entrepreneurial competition sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Stillman School of Business, is kicking off its eighth year by including more workshops and prizes for students. The next information and mentoring session will be held on Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. in Room 528 of Jubilee Hall. Information sessions are held to let students know what is required of them to enter the contest. Experienced...

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Seton Hall and La Salle bring relief to Puerto Rico in exhibition contest
Nov02

Seton Hall and La Salle bring relief to Puerto Rico in exhibition contest

Seton Hall raised over $10,000 for Puerto Rico hurricane relief in a charity exhibition game against La Salle University Thursday night. All net proceeds from the game will be donated to “United for Puerto Rico,” a hurricane relief fund. As fans donated to the cause with the purchase of their ticket and made up a 1,140-person crowd, they got an extra chance to see the Pirates in preseason action in an 87-74 win at Walsh Gymnasium. “I...

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St. John’s University soccer dominating with aggressive defense
Sep27

St. John’s University soccer dominating with aggressive defense

With Big East play beginning to heat up, the St. John’s men’s soccer team has been cooling off opposing offenses. Comparing the last two seasons for the St. John’s Red Storm, the Johnnies have already matched their total number of conference wins from last year and are one win shy of matching their overall number of wins from 2016. The improvement raises the question of what has changed for head coach Dave Masur and his team in his...

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Seton Hall Falls on the road to Marquette
Sep24

Seton Hall Falls on the road to Marquette

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team suffered a 4-2 loss to Marquette in their first road contest of Big East play on Saturday night.The Pirates did well to get back into the game after the Golden Eagles jumped out to a 3-0 half-time lead, but were quickly silenced and never came closer than a two-goal deficit in the second half. Marquette opened the scoring with three goals in the opening half hour. Grant Owens began the scoring with a...

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Pirates dominate Sacred Heart for first victory of season
Sep05

Pirates dominate Sacred Heart for first victory of season

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team reigned supreme over Sacred Heart, shutting out its opponent 3-0 in a Labor Day evening contest at Owen T. Carroll Field. The Pirates got off to a strong start early in the first half when the Pioneers granted them a chance off a corner kick. In the midst of the commotion in front of the Sacred Heart goal, Jonathan Jimenez received the ball from an Andres Arcila corner and crossed it to Mario Prata....

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Pirates women’s soccer still without win after 4-2 result at Columbia
Aug27

Pirates women’s soccer still without win after 4-2 result at Columbia

Seton Hall women’s soccer fell to the Columbia Lions on Sunday in its second contest of the season, 4-2, away at the Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium in Manhattan, N.Y. Columbia got the scoring started less than five minutes into the first half. Emily Koe of the Lions crossed the ball from the left side 10 yards out, finding Natalie Neshat who headed it past Pirates goalkeeper Anna MacLean for a 1-0 lead. The Pirates knotted the score...

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Extra-time header hands Seton Hall 1-0 loss in season opener
Aug25

Extra-time header hands Seton Hall 1-0 loss in season opener

After last Friday’s match against Siena was declared a no contest due to rain, the Seton Hall women’s soccer team lost what became its season opener to the Loyola Greyhounds 1-0 in extra time Thursday. The game, which took place at the Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore, Md., was a defensive battle from the start with neither team able to generate much in terms of offense. Strong backlines on both sides helped limit the...

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