Seton Hall stunned by Rhode Island in NIT Tip-Off thriller
Nov23

Seton Hall stunned by Rhode Island in NIT Tip-Off thriller

A chaotic final minute was what it came down to in Seton Hall’s 75-74 loss to Rhode Island in the NIT Season Tip-Off on Thanksgiving night. A Jared Terrell contested layup with five seconds to go was the cap to a 32-point night for the guard, and what ended up handing the Pirates their first loss of the season. Seton Hall held a one-point lead through the final minute after Rhode Island led for 32 minutes of the game. With eight lead...

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Anonymous sources do not belong in the locker room
Nov15

Anonymous sources do not belong in the locker room

Unnamed sources can lead to scoops. A hidden identity allows one to give more information with the veil of anonymity. A hidden identity can also mark a source as a coward. On Nov. 8, ESPN’s Josina Anderson reported that two New York Giants expressed their dislike for current head coach Ben McAdoo. “McAdoo has lost this team. He’s going 80 percent on Saturdays (in practice) before we get on a plane, it’s wild,” the player said,...

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Starters, Powell shine in Seton Hall win over Monmouth
Nov12

Starters, Powell shine in Seton Hall win over Monmouth

Seton Hall’s starters paced the Pirates to victory Sunday afternoon in the second game of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Prudential Center. The 75-65 win brings the Pirates’ record to 2-0 on the young season. Myles Powell was the story of the game, as his presence from three and in the lane largely led Seton Hall out of its early-game rut. The sophomore led the team with 18 points on the afternoon, 13 coming in the first half,...

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A long time coming: Seton Hall seniors follow paths to shot at the Final Four
Nov08

A long time coming: Seton Hall seniors follow paths to shot at the Final Four

Ten years ago, seniors Khadeen Carrington and Desi Rodriguez met each other for the first time. As sixth graders, the two were in the early stages of forming their basketball careers, playing together on New Heights, an Amateur Athletic League (AAU) program. The New York natives hit it off right away when they met as 12-year-olds, but the gap between where they lived led to them being distanced for some time. “We were very close...

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Coach’s ‘family’ bracelets bind team and bring identity
Nov08

Coach’s ‘family’ bracelets bind team and bring identity

Fielding questions from media members at Big East Media Day on Oct. 18 at Madison Square Garden, senior guard Khadeen Carrington was wearing two blue rubber bracelets on his right wrist. On either side, the bracelets read “Seton Hall Basketball” and “Family.” When asked about them, Carrington said all the players wear them. They were created and handed out to the team by associate head coach Shaheen Holloway. For Holloway, the...

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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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NCAA shows true colors with UNC decision
Oct18

NCAA shows true colors with UNC decision

The NCAA had a chance to drop the hammer on a school that had been accused of a major academic scandal, but its own rulebook allowed the University of North Carolina to get off scot-free. By doing so, the NCAA let down student-athletes and universities across the country. The scandal, which was first uncovered six years ago, involved allegations of UNC offering sham classes in a “shadow curriculum.” Under this, students enrolled in...

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Still a Pirate, Whitehead living life in Brooklyn
Oct04

Still a Pirate, Whitehead living life in Brooklyn

Isaiah Whitehead, Seton Hall’s latest NBA product, has fully embraced the professional basketball world. Entering his sophomore year in the NBA as a member of the Brooklyn Nets, Whitehead has grown from the player that raised the Big East trophy at Madison Square Garden in 2016. Whitehead’s first year in his hometown as a Brooklyn Net was what some may call a baptism by fire. With starting point guard Jeremy Lin injured early in the...

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From WSOU to WFAN: Joey Wahler’s path to success
Sep21

From WSOU to WFAN: Joey Wahler’s path to success

When WFAN and CBS Sports talent Joey Wahler first came to Seton Hall as a freshman in 1986, the men’s basketball team experienced little success. Two seasons later, Seton Hall reached the NCAA championship game and Wahler reaped the benefits of the team’s success by covering it for The Setonian and WSOU. An anchor, writer and play-by-play man, Wahler’s passion for journalism has always been rooted in storytelling. As a member of The...

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NCAA should abolish rule that transfers must sit out
Sep13

NCAA should abolish rule that transfers must sit out

There is a clear-cut divide in college sports as to whether the NCAA should continue to enforce its rule of requiring transfer student-athletes to sit out a year before engaging in athletics at the school they transferred to. On one side, there are the coaches, who want the rule to stay in place because allowing immediate play after transferring would cause chaos in shifting rosters. On the other side, if the rule were changed,...

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Softball pitcher Strunk finds passion in special education teaching
Sep07

Softball pitcher Strunk finds passion in special education teaching

Softball pitcher Madison Strunk is, in ways, following the career path of her mom, even though her mom did not always want it that way. Strunk’s mother, Paige Sharp, is now a realtor, but when Strunk was growing up, her mom was a teacher of special needs children. Now, about eight years later, Strunk wants to teach special needs children as well. “I would always spend time [in her classes]. She would teach summer school and I’d always...

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Angel Delgado not expected to return to Seton Hall for 2017-18 season
May10

Angel Delgado not expected to return to Seton Hall for 2017-18 season

Seton Hall big man Angel Delgado is expected to sign with an agent and remain in the NBA draft, Adam Zagoria reports. This would mark the end of Delgado’s tenure with Seton Hall. Seton Hall does not expect Angel Delgado to return for his senior season, team source says. Not projected to be drafted per @DraftExpress — Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) May 11, 2017 The news comes after Delgado announced he was entering the draft...

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