Women’s basketball team pauses activities after positive COVID-19 tests; will delay start of season
Nov20

Women’s basketball team pauses activities after positive COVID-19 tests; will delay start of season

The Seton Hall women’s basketball program postponed its first two Big East games of the year following positive COVID-19 test results among “Tier 1” team personnel on Nov. 20, according to a release from the athletic department. The Pirates were scheduled to play at Butler on Dec. 4 then host the University of Connecticut on Dec. 6 at the Walsh Gymnasium. Their three tune-up games against Rider, Saint Peter’s...

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Seton Hall women’s basketball non-conference schedule released
Nov19

Seton Hall women’s basketball non-conference schedule released

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team’s non-conference schedule was released Wednesday night, bringing their full schedule to nine games. WBB Team Photo via SHU Athletics The season kicks off with three non-conference home games against Rider on Nov. 25, Saint Peter’s on Nov. 28 and Fairfield on Nov. 30. Seton Hall will then fly to Indianapolis to face Butler in their first conference game on Dec. 4, and then return to South Orange...

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Lauren Park-Lane looks to make big leap for sophomore year
Oct20

Lauren Park-Lane looks to make big leap for sophomore year

Last season, Shadeen Samuels and Desiree Elmore stole the headlines for the Seton Hall women’s basketball team. They performed at the highest level night in and night out, helping the Pirates finish the season as the four seed in the Big East and reach the second round of the Big East Tournament. However, the player that surprised the most and slightly flew under the radar as a major producer for the team was Lauren Park-Lane. The...

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Brian Custer: the man behind the streak
Sep28

Brian Custer: the man behind the streak

Villanova coach Jay Wright told him to stay out of the arena when the Wildcats face Seton Hall. Providence coach Ed Cooley just has to see him to know that the Friars have no chance against the Pirates.  No, it’s not Myles Powell, Sandro Mamukelashvili or Kevin Willard. He is Fox Sports broadcaster Brian Custer. Custer has called Big East basketball games for Fox Sports since 2014, and that run includes a fair share of Seton Hall...

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Tennis finds bright spots in empty fall season
Sep23

Tennis finds bright spots in empty fall season

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every walk of life in 2020. It has been more than six months since sports shut down in the United States, and college sports are still feeling the impact. On Aug. 12, the Big East Conference announced the postponement of all 2020 fall sports with hopes to play in the spring. This means that for now, Seton Hall fall sports will have to deal with an elongated training period throughout the fall rather...

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Big East announces plan to divide conference into regional divisions
Jun08

Big East announces plan to divide conference into regional divisions

On Thursday, the Big East announced changes to the 2020 regular-season schedules for men’s soccer, women’s soccer, volleyball and field hockey. In order to mitigate travel and a potential spike in COVID-19 cases among student-athletes, Big East teams will only play against other programs within newly established regional divisions. Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball, the conference will compete in the East Division and the...

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Astros’ scandal  impacts more than just the Astros
Jan23

Astros’ scandal impacts more than just the Astros

This past week, the Houston Astros and Major League Baseball broke the internet. In one of the craziest weeks seen in recent sports history, not only did the commissioner’s office bring a mighty fist down onto the Houston Astros organization, but three managers and a general manager also lost their jobs. Yes, the Astros were hurt by this. Not only did they have to pay a $5 million fine, but they were stripped of their first and second...

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Women’s basketball freshmen excited for new experience
Nov15

Women’s basketball freshmen excited for new experience

After the loss of six seniors from last season’s eigth place, women’s basketball team, this season is looking bright for the Pirates. With a returning one-two punch of Big East Preseason Player of the Year senior Shadeen Samuels and Desiree Elmore, the Pirates are primed for a deep run in the Big East Tournament, as they are projected to finish third in the Big East by the league’s coaches. Not only are the returners from last year’s...

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Cvelbar Shines in Volleyball Win vs. William & Mary
Sep25

Cvelbar Shines in Volleyball Win vs. William & Mary

Coming into Sept. 20, the Seton Hall women’s volleyball team had lost eight of its first 11 games, which can potentially be attributed to how young and fairly inexperienced the team is. However, had a fantastic opportunity to get off on the right foot at the George Mason Invitational when facing a .500 squad in William and Mary. At 4-4 overall and in a weaker conference, the Tribe’s weak start gave hope to a Seton Hall squad that...

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Cvelbar Shines in Volleyball Win vs. William & Mary
Sep24

Cvelbar Shines in Volleyball Win vs. William & Mary

Coming into Sept. 20, the Seton Hall women’s volleyball team had lost eight of its first 11 games, which can potentially be attributed to how young and fairly inexperienced the team is. However, had a fantastic opportunity to get off on the right foot at the George Mason Invitational when facing a .500 squad in William and Mary. At 4-4 overall and in a weaker conference, the Tribe’s weak start gave hope to a Seton Hall squad that...

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Xie Claims Top Spot Individually, Pirates Claim Third in Hartford
Sep22

Xie Claims Top Spot Individually, Pirates Claim Third in Hartford

This year’s freshman class of golfers has been given extremely high expectations. After the losses of Gen Nagai and Chris Yeom, the new class of James Bosworth, Ian Lee, and Wenliang Xie have a tough four-year act to follow as it looks to make a splash in the collegiate golf world. Of the three newcomers, Xie is gotten off to the fastest start. The Chinese native, who attended high school in California, made his first collegiate...

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