Upperclassmen optimistic for season in the pool
Oct18

Upperclassmen optimistic for season in the pool

Josh Tosoni and Dakota Williams each swam to record breaking finishes in the first swim meet of the season for Seton Hall, as the team took home many first and second place finishes at Rider University despite falling in the match. Tosoni spoke highly on his expectations on the season for the back-to-back Big East champions. “Right now, in the fall, we’re trying to get in all the work we can,” Tosoni said. “Dual meets don’t matter...

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Former walk-on now wears the coveted pink shirt
Oct04

Former walk-on now wears the coveted pink shirt

The path to becoming a routine starter for volleyball has been anything but clear for Miranda Higginbotham. One of Seton Hall volleyball’s unsung heroes, the fiery competitor has seen her game blossom from being a walk-on in her freshman year to a crucial role as a starting libero and defensive specialist. Not even expecting to play her freshman year as a recruited walk-on, Higginbotham earned playing time as a defensive specialist....

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Underclassmen performances lead the way for cross country
Sep26

Underclassmen performances lead the way for cross country

Seton Hall cross country head coach John Moon can rightfully be optimistic about the future due to the tremendous efforts by the young but talented freshmen and sophomores on his team. Just as recently as the UMES Cappy Anderson Invitational on Sept. 22, the women came away with a victory as Emma Newgarden secured the fastest overall time at the meet. The freshman standout has felt the physical adjustment of running at the collegiate...

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Men’s soccer home opener will prove to be an important barometer
Sep06

Men’s soccer home opener will prove to be an important barometer

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team has had an exceptional start to the 2018 season thus far. If the exhibition games at the beginning of the schedule counted toward the team’s overall record, the Pirates would currently be 4-1-1 going into Thursday’s home opener. In his inaugural season in charge, head coach Andreas Lindberg has completely transformed the outlook of a team that lost nine seniors last season, one that features nine new...

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Gonzalez penalty kick propels Women’s Soccer to first win of season
Aug23

Gonzalez penalty kick propels Women’s Soccer to first win of season

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team came out victorious, 1-0, for the first time this season as midfielder Eva Gonzalez converted a second-half penalty kick to lift the Pirates over Loyola University Maryland on Thursday night. Through the first half of play, both sides were nearly identical in terms of shots, corners and fouls. However, the stats do not tell the story of the attack-mindedness of Seton Hall from the start. Within the...

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Early goal dooms Seton Hall in Women’s Soccer’s season opener
Aug17

Early goal dooms Seton Hall in Women’s Soccer’s season opener

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team suffered a narrow defeat against Siena University, 1-0, in its first game of the season on Friday afternoon. As soon as the referee blew his whistle to signal the opening kick of the game, the Saints pressed forward in an attacking position. Seton Hall, unable to react in time, was not in position to head away the first cross of the game. Sienna capitalized on the kick directed from the left of the...

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Seton Hall comes up one run short of sweeping double-header
May05

Seton Hall comes up one run short of sweeping double-header

The Seton Hall softball team split its road doubleheader with the Georgetown Hoyas on Saturday afternoon, winning by a score of 10-2 in the first game and losing by one run in the second game, 4-3. In the first game of the day, the Hall did tits damage little by little, securing the opening win. After going up 3-0 in the first two innings, thanks to RBIs from left fielder Hailey Arteaga and catcher Destini Peck, the Pirates muddled...

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SHU counselor receives Lifetime Achievement Award
May02

SHU counselor receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Catherine Kiernan, Esq., who has served the Seton Hall community for over 20 years, has been recognized by NJBIZ as the recipient for a Lifetime Achievement award at its upcoming General Counsel of the Year Awards on May 18. Kiernan, a graduate of Seton Hall’s Law school, joined the university in 1989 but did not begin serving as general counsel until 1997. Kiernan recounted her early beginnings at the institution and explained her...

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Timely hitting lifts Seton Hall to sixth straight conference win
Apr28

Timely hitting lifts Seton Hall to sixth straight conference win

South Orange, N.J. – The Seton Hall baseball team broke a scoreless deadlock in the bottom of the sixth inning on Saturday afternoon and never looked back, defeating Villanova, 2-1, for its sixth straight in-conference win.  For most of the game, both teams showed tremendous effort in pitching, with only six hits registered between the sides. Pirates right-hander Ricky DeVito pitched a six-inning game, allowing only three hits during...

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Early-season road games paying off for Seton Hall baseball
Apr25

Early-season road games paying off for Seton Hall baseball

Playing baseball in the northeast presents its challenges at the start of the season. One of those challenges is the winter weather that makes playing baseball extremely difficult. Every year, Seton Hall is forced to start its season on the road with a series of games and these road and neutral-site games have proven to have a positive effect on the team’s conference finishes. Seton Hall has started the season with at least 11 road or...

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New courses to be added in graduate program
Apr18

New courses to be added in graduate program

Seton Hall announced new graduate programs that will be added to the curriculum in the Fall 2018 semester. The university is looking to add a Master of Science in Physics, a Certificate in Global Studies and a Certificate in Population Health Management, among others. Senior associate provost Dr. Joan Guetti said the new programs have strong marketability as to generate interest for prospective students. Guetti has utmost confidence...

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Slow start for Pirates leads to Senior Day defeat
Apr13

Slow start for Pirates leads to Senior Day defeat

Newark, N.J. – The Seton Hall women’s tennis team fell short against Marquette, 4-1, on the last home match of the season on Friday afternoon. It was the first and last time the team played at the Campus Courts at Ivy Hill Park this season, and the last time ever for seniors Luize Strike and Katie Kim, who were both honored. The doubles matches were somewhat of a foresight as to how the afternoon would go for the Hall. Although...

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