Three games aren’t enough to judge Carrington at point guard
Nov15

Three games aren’t enough to judge Carrington at point guard

Going into the 2017-18 season, one of the biggest question marks surrounding the Seton Hall men’s basketball team was how senior Khadeen Carrington would adjust to the full-time point guard role with Madison Jones gone. Three games into the season, Carrington has put up a total of 15 assists and has shot 45 percent from the field. He totaled six assists in the season opener against Fairleigh Dickinson on Nov. 10 on Sunday against...

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Anderson transitions from teammate to coach
Nov09

Anderson transitions from teammate to coach

Braeden Anderson has never been your typical everyday student-athlete. After being named Mr. Canada Basketball back in high school, playing two seasons at Fresno State and suffering a neck injury in a car accident, the 6-foot, 9-inch forward transferred to Seton Hall last season. He was immediately eligible to play, and he would continue not only his basketball career, but also his academic career as a law student at the Seton Hall...

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Pantelas transitions from ground balls to golf balls
Nov02

Pantelas transitions from ground balls to golf balls

Before Cassie Pantelas was swinging her club for the Jackson High School golf team and eventually Seton Hall University, she was swinging bats while playing America’s greatest pastime. “I actually played baseball until I was 13,” Pantelas said. Being the youngest of five, Panetelas naturally wanted to be like her older siblings, especially her brothers Ari and Alex, who were just starting to get into baseball. “Ari and Alex are both a...

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