Seton Hall continue to improve its conference mark with road win
Jan26

Seton Hall continue to improve its conference mark with road win

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team were victorious Friday afternoon in Providence’s Alumni Hall as they defeated the Providence Friars, 65-56. It was the same score-line that the Hall had beaten Providence by on Jan. 5 in Walsh Gymnasium, with the Hall having won four of their last five, beginning with that first Providence win. The game was low-scoring in the first quarter, and things stay close until an 8-0 run to close...

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Slow start for swimming and diving leads to defeat against Yale
Jan19

Slow start for swimming and diving leads to defeat against Yale

South Orange, N.J. – The Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams took home losses at the hands of the Yale Bulldogs on Friday evening in the Arthur E. Imperatore Natatorium. The loss is only the second at home this season for both Pirates’ teams, as the men and women drop to 4-2 at home. The Hall came out the gates lethargic and found themselves playing catch-up for most of the meet. Yale won the first nine...

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Pirates suffer another Big East road loss
Jan07

Pirates suffer another Big East road loss

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team came up short on Sunday afternoon in Hinkle Fieldhouse, as the Butler Bulldogs defeated them, 66-48. The final score in this affair is not indicative how close the game was for two-and-a-half quarters. In fact, at halftime, Seton Hall led by a score of 30-26. Jaquan Jackson was the team’s leading scorer with 10 points, as the senior guard shot 2-for-4 from three. The Pirates were shooting...

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Men’s basketball is on rise, but more support still needed
Nov29

Men’s basketball is on rise, but more support still needed

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team has seen a steady increase in the number of fans attending its regular season home games over the last few years. With the team in position for title contention in the Big East and a deep NCAA Tournament run possibly looming, the fan attendance this season is needed now more than ever. Attendance at home games, whether against the top intra-conference opponents or teams at the bottom of the...

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Seton Hall fall in bittersweet Senior Night send-off
Nov19

Seton Hall fall in bittersweet Senior Night send-off

South Orange, N.J – The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team fell to the Xavier Musketeers on Senior Night in a hard-fought five-set loss. The fourth-place Wildcats of Villanova had already won earlier on in the day, meaning the Pirates were regardless of win-or-loss, destined to finish the regular season one place shy of cracking the top four and securing a berth in the Big East tournament. The first set of the game was the most...

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Pirates finish fall schedule with exhibition; Zalameda talks mindset entering hiatus
Oct29

Pirates finish fall schedule with exhibition; Zalameda talks mindset entering hiatus

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team faced off against LIU Brooklyn in an unscored exhibition on Saturday, playing singles and doubles matches in an attempt to stay sharp as both teams get set for a winter break before the season starts up again in January. To begin the action, both teams faced off in two separate matches of doubles. Melody Taal paired up with Michal Matson to begin doubles, while Krista Cerpina and Katie Kim made up...

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Pirates fall to Butler, 2-0, after conceding early penalty
Oct25

Pirates fall to Butler, 2-0, after conceding early penalty

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team was defeated by the No. 21 Butler Bulldogs on Wednesday evening by a score of 2-0. Butler maintained possession for much of the first half, calmly distributing the ball in the Seton Hall half of the field. The Pirates tried to capitalize on many counter-attacks and drew fouls to set up scoring opportunities from set pieces throughout the opening 45 minutes. Jonathan Jimenez had a particularly close...

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Pirates secure bounce back win against Rider
Oct08

Pirates secure bounce back win against Rider

The Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams retaliated after Friday’s loss to UMBC, coming out victorious against Rider on Saturday afternoon. The men won by a score of 161-139, while the women won by a final tally of 173-99. The Hall won two events in diving, with Taylor Jackson winning the one-meter and three-meter dive on the women’s side, as the men fell short in the same two events. In swimming, the women had a...

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Yaeger earns 100th win in volleyball’s dominant bounce back performance
Sep30

Yaeger earns 100th win in volleyball’s dominant bounce back performance

South Orange, N.J. – After being defeated by the nation’s 14th best team in Creighton on Friday night, the Seton Hall volleyball team retaliated to defeat the Providence Friars on Saturday evening, winning in straight sets by a score of 25-22, 25-23, 25-14. The first set featured both teams trading kills, as the length of a very skilled Providence team was on display. The Friars were in firm control of the first set as they had a...

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Seton Hall rallies for first win of Redbird Classic
Sep09

Seton Hall rallies for first win of Redbird Classic

The Seton Hall volleyball team defeated Cincinnati three sets to one Friday evening at the Redbird Classic, hosted by Illinois State University. The first set was initially a seesaw as both teams traded points and errors. After reaching ten, however, the Bearcats began to separate from The Hall, scoring eleven of the final fourteen points to win the set. The Pirates would not allow the opening set loss to affect them, as they reeled...

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Seton Hall falls by narrow margin on late-game score
Sep05

Seton Hall falls by narrow margin on late-game score

]The Seton Hall women’s soccer team fell to Monmouth University 1-0 on Labor Day, by way of a 54th-minute goal from the Hawks. For much of the game, both teams were playing offense and defense with no team getting a real sense of control over the game. To the blind eye, the victor of this game would probably be Seton Hall, seeing that it led in most statistical categories. Nine different Seton Hall players registered a shot compared...

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Seton Hall draws in hard fought opener
Aug26

Seton Hall draws in hard fought opener

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team drew 1-1 with the Saint Peter’s Peacocks in what was a highly contested opening game for both sides Friday. The Pirates gave up an early penalty, three minutes into the game when forward Jonathan Jimenez received a yellow card on a handball inside his own penalty area. Goalkeeper Steven Catudal, stepping in for the departed four-year starter Julian Spindler, answered his first test with a phenomenal...

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