Freshman infielder Clyde spurred by big shoes to fill
Apr10

Freshman infielder Clyde spurred by big shoes to fill

Seton Hall’s baseball team knew that it would have to adjust in both location and in replacing the talent that they lost en route to a runner-up finish in the Big East. Reliable hitters like breakout infielder Rob Dadona, catcher Mike Alescio, rightfielder Ryan Ramiz and shortstop Al Molina all had batting averages above .300. In one of the more bizarre situations, where the team will virtually play all of its games away from home,...

Read More
Powell caps campaign with All-American honorable mention
Apr03

Powell caps campaign with All-American honorable mention

With the Associated Press All-American teams coming out on Tuesday morning, Myles Powell was able to wrap up his stellar season with a cherry on top. Seton Hall’s superstar, although he was not named to the first, second, or third Team All-American, he was named as an honorable mention. He joins a list of just 10 other Pirates to earn the distinction. Myles Powell was named an All-America Honorable Mention selection following a...

Read More
Samuels’ patience pays off in development
Apr03

Samuels’ patience pays off in development

Shadeen Samuels is a force. The forward has evolved from a productive role player in her first two years with the women’s basketball program to a can’t-miss supertsar. As a junior, Shadeen Samuels evolved into one of the most impactful players in the Big East. Sarah Yenesel/Photography Editor After winning four state championships and being named a member of USA Today’s New York first Team All-State, Samuels provided valuable minutes...

Read More
Noah Thompson taking starting role in stride
Feb27

Noah Thompson taking starting role in stride

Under coach Rob Sheppard, the Seton Hall baseball program has always held a pivotal principle to its players – earn your role. As a Pirate, opportunities have to be seized. When the chance is there, whoever wants it the most will end up with it. Noah Thompson understands the necessity of hard work, as he has been preparing since the end of last season to become a starter for the pitching staff. Thompson wants to be the guy who handles...

Read More
Seniors ready to lead charge for women’s basketball
Nov07

Seniors ready to lead charge for women’s basketball

This season, the women’s basketball team will feature five seniors. The past two years, the senior classes only included two players, but now, veteran leadership will be a major part of a team looking to bounce back from a 16-16 record last season. Barbara Johnson is one of the five following a transfer from Ole Miss. Before her time in Mississippi, she played at Chipola College, averaging 11.8 points on 43 percent shooting. In...

Read More
Pirates see mixed results at Towson meet
Nov05

Pirates see mixed results at Towson meet

This past Saturday, the Seton Hall swimming and diving teams went up against Towson at Family, Friends and Alumni Day. The two squads saw mixed results, as the men’s team won, 162.5-134.5, but the women’s team lost, 197-103. Prior to the meet, Seton Hall honored the late Maran Lougheed, a Pirate swimming alumnus who tragically passed away this past summer. The Pirate Blue Athletic Fund announced that the university will be launching a...

Read More
Stainton resigns to pursue other opportunities
Oct29

Stainton resigns to pursue other opportunities

Seton Hall women’s soccer coach Rick Stainton is leaving Seton Hall, Vice President and Director of Athletics Patrick Lyons said on Monday morning. Stainton’s departure comes after seven years with the program. Following his time as an assistant coach in 2011 and 2012, Stainton was named head coach in 2013. The season between ending his assistant coach career and beginning his head coach career at Seton Hall was spent as head coach at...

Read More
Win continues to rack up accolades as season progresses
Oct04

Win continues to rack up accolades as season progresses

As if being named to the 2018 All-Big East Team and the Big East All-Tournament Team was not enough, Seton Hall women’s golfer Lizzie Win shot for the record books at the Nittany Lion Invitational in September. Before being named the women’s golf Big East Player of the week, Win put up historic performance in the tournament. She led her team to a fourth place finish and individually place sixth out of 92 participants. It was Win’s...

Read More
Pirates finish 4th in Nittany Lion Invitational
Sep24

Pirates finish 4th in Nittany Lion Invitational

The Seton Hall’s women’s golf team began its fall season this past weekend at the Nittany Lion Invitational in State College, Pa. The Pirates had a strong performance and finished in fourth out of 16 teams with a final score of 885. The Pirates struggled in the first round with a score of 304, but ultimately turned it around with a score of 291 in the second round and 290 in the third round. Lizzie Win shot par with a...

Read More
DeVito poised to grow through adversity
Sep12

DeVito poised to grow through adversity

Seton Hall baseball coach Rob Sheppard knows talent when he sees it and there’s no doubt he has a top player in second-team All-American ace, Ricky DeVito. DeVito, who was lights out as a freshman reliever battled the hardships of an offseason surgery to transform into one of the best starting pitchers in the country last season. “He’ll definitely be one of those guys who will leave a lasting impression on the program,” Sheppard said....

Read More
Rodriguez, Delgado named to All-MET Team
Apr25

Rodriguez, Delgado named to All-MET Team

On April 23, seniors Desi Rodriguez and Angel Delgado took home their final honors as members of the Seton Hall men’s basketball program, as the two were named to the All-Met first team by the Metropolitan Writers Association. Joining Rodriguez and Delgado on the first team were LIU Brooklyn’s Joel Hernandez, Fairfield’s Tyler Nelson, Hofstra’s Justin Wright-Foreman and St. John’s guard Shamorie Ponds, who was named the 85th Haggarty...

Read More
Versatile Hood filling in the gaps for Pirates
Apr18

Versatile Hood filling in the gaps for Pirates

Every baseball team needs a utility man, someone who can step in to any position seamlessly. For the Seton Hall Pirates, that man is Connor Hood, a sophomore from Glen Rock, Pa. Hood has broken out at first base this season, even though he was primarily a shortstop in high school. Hood has showed the glove and arm to play just about any position in the infield. Those diverse skills are what drew the Seton Hall coaching staff to Hood...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest