Bats go cold as Stony Brook shuts out Seton Hall
May01

Bats go cold as Stony Brook shuts out Seton Hall

Seton Hall softball could not find their offensive rhythm on Tuesday, as the team dropped its tenth straight game in a 3-0 defeat to Stony Brook. The lack of offense has been a theme lately for the Pirates, as they have scored three runs in their last three contests combined. Coach Paige Smith was “not pleased” with the Pirates’ result, as Seton Hall was unable to make key plays on defense in addition to the difficulty with...

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Athletics’ free game for fans opens doors for more
Apr25

Athletics’ free game for fans opens doors for more

Most sports organizations celebrate anniversaries with free bobble heads, special jerseys or limited edition memorabilia. The Oakland Athletics took things a step further to commemorate their 50th season playing at the Oakland Coliseum. To celebrate, the A’s offered a free game for fans to attend on April 17 when the team played the Chicago White Sox. According to SF Gate, 46,028 fans were in attendance for the free game after...

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‘Ten’ out of ten: Women’s tennis finishes regular season with dominant win
Apr22

‘Ten’ out of ten: Women’s tennis finishes regular season with dominant win

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team finished its regular season on Saturday in dominant fashion, winning 6-1 over Butler in Indianapolis, Ind. The win gives Seton Hall a final record of 7-10, as the Pirates displayed an ability to respond after a 4-3 loss to Xavier on Friday. The doubles portion of the match was a sweep for the Pirates, with the Hall taking two games to win, while the other doubles match ended without a result. Both...

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Stealing the show: Butina’s journey from Croatia
Feb14

Stealing the show: Butina’s journey from Croatia

The food may not be as good in America as it is in Croatia, but Inja Butina has a taste for standing out on the court no matter the location. The junior from Zagreb, Croatia came to South Orange to be a part of the 2017-18 Pirate roster, but her first time in the United States came on Kansas soil. “I didn’t know what to expect, I mean, out of all states, Kansas?,” Butina said with a smile. “But I loved the people, and I loved it...

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Rodriguez benched as sluggish performance produces second straight road loss
Jan17

Rodriguez benched as sluggish performance produces second straight road loss

The No. 19 Seton Hall men’s basketball team dropped their second game in three contests by an 80-63 score against the Creighton Bluejays in Omaha, Neb., a game in which leading scorer Desi Rodriguez was benched and played just six minutes. Following the game, coach Kevin Willard told Gary Cohen and Dave Popkin on AM 970 “The Answer” that Rodriguez “had this look in his face he didn’t want to be out...

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Cale relies on teammates to overcome early obstacles
Nov08

Cale relies on teammates to overcome early obstacles

The transition from high school basketball player to collegiate athlete can be a difficult jump, especially when one has to recover from a shoulder injury the first month on campus. Myles Cale had long awaited his arrival in South Orange, but had to wait a little longer to take the court due to the setback. “It was a lot. It was nerve-wracking at first,” the freshman from Delaware said. “You get frustrated, but you got to fight...

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Volleyball wins five-set battle over Georgetown
Nov05

Volleyball wins five-set battle over Georgetown

With the backdrop of a Friday night loss to Villanova that put the Seton Hall volleyball team out of the Big East Tournament picture, the Pirates prevailed over the Georgetown Hoyas on Saturday in a five-set match that put them back in postseason position. The first set created the tone for the match as there were nine ties and seven lead changes. Georgetown would ultimately take command of the set with a 7-2 run which helped them...

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Improved offense has led to victories for Men’s Soccer team
Sep13

Improved offense has led to victories for Men’s Soccer team

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team picked up back-to-back regular season victories for the first time since 2013 after defeating Sacred Heart on Sept. 4 and coming back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Princeton in double overtime on Sept. 7. On Sept. 10, the Pirates defeated Penn 2-1 for their third straight victory, a streak not achieved since 2011. After winning only four games last season and none in 2015, the Pirates have looked...

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Women’s Volleyball digs deep to find early success
Sep06

Women’s Volleyball digs deep to find early success

After last season’s 1-4 start for the Seton Hall women’s volleyball team, the Pirates have turned things around in impressive fashion, jumping out to a 4-2 record. While a variety of factors have contributed to the team’s success, a notable trend has been its results in contests that last longer than three sets. The Pirates are 3-1 in matches that are four sets or longer, including two five-set wins. In shorter matches the Pirates...

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U.S. Soccer gap between pay and gender still a problem
Apr19

U.S. Soccer gap between pay and gender still a problem

In March 2016, a handful of notable members of the women’s national team filed a complaint against United States Soccer protesting the pay disparity between the men’s and women’s national teams. Despite the different pay structures organized by the players association of each team and each collective bargaining agreement, the discrepancy was evident in a number of financial notes and statistics. After more than a year of conflict,...

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Pitching struggles pester Pirates in early season contests
Mar22

Pitching struggles pester Pirates in early season contests

The starting rotation was supposed to be the backbone of the Seton Hall baseball team heading into this season. However, after 18 games, the top of the Pirates’ staff has been arguably their biggest disappointment thus far. Last spring, SHU rode its stellar pitching staff to a 38-20 record and third place finish in the Big East. They were led by two dominant starting pitchers in Shane McCarthy, now a junior, and Cullen Dana, now a...

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Pirates fail to overcome No. 11 Butler, Delgado makes history
Jan26

Pirates fail to overcome No. 11 Butler, Delgado makes history

Copyright: © Joey Khan Photography « ‹ 1 of 23 › » Seton Hall endured its fifth conference loss this season, falling at the hands of Butler 61-54 at the Prudential Center on Wednesday night. The loss, which drops Seton Hall to 3-5 and seventh overall in the Big East, can be summed up in one six-second sequence. With the score 51-49 in favor of Butler, Seton Hall forward Michael Nzei denied Butler guard Avery Woodson at the doorstep,...

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