Expectations are high for revamped tennis roster
Oct09

Expectations are high for revamped tennis roster

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team started the season with a lackluster performance at the West Point Invitational two weeks ago, but made a full 360-degree turn when it took home two trophies last weekend. After losing their No. 1, Anicka Fajnorova, head coach Kevin McGlynn had to reorder his lineup this season. With three new players on the roster combined with three players that will be seniors this upcoming spring, McGlynn...

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Pirates snatch crucial three points in home opener
Oct02

Pirates snatch crucial three points in home opener

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team defeated DePaul 2-1 on Saturday night in a nail biter decided by Stephen Elias’ 85th minute goal. Elias, the leading goal scorer and captain for the Pirates, notched his fourth of the season when he was the first to react to the second bounce off a corner kick. “Those second balls are the most dangerous balls in soccer,” Elias said. “That’s when the team shut off right there and then. The ball back in...

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Fair Pay to Play Act potential game changer in college sports
Oct02

Fair Pay to Play Act potential game changer in college sports

On Monday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the “Fair Pay To Play Act”, a bill that would allow college athletes to be paid from endorsement deals. The law was many of years in the works and one of the most polarizing debates in sports. Prospective college athletes will have to wait until 2023 for the bill to go into effect. Not only will the bill play a factor in where the top juniors and sophomores in high school choose to...

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Pirates snatch crucial three points in home opener
Sep29

Pirates snatch crucial three points in home opener

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team defeated the DePaul Blue Demons on Saturday night, 2-1, in a nail biter that Stephen Elias’ 85th minute goal ended. Elias, the leading goal scorer and captain for the Pirates, notched his fourth of the season when he was the first to react to the second bounce off a corner kick. “Those second balls are the most dangerous balls in soccer really,” Elias said. “That’s when team shut off right there then....

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SGA President Shah seats second Presidential Cabinet
Sep25

SGA President Shah seats second Presidential Cabinet

The Student Government Association president Rishi Shah had his second slate of cabinet members confirmed this past week. Kiera Alexander/Photography editor Shah explained last year’s process where SGA had students apply using Formstack links. He went on to say that applicants put in their general information and explained why they want to be in the cabinet, what their extracurricular involvement is and what changes they would like to...

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Cross country welcomes another freshman sensation
Sep25

Cross country welcomes another freshman sensation

The Seton Hall women’s cross country team was paced by its underclassmen for much of last year, primarily with one freshman who finished first among the Pirates in several meets. Sophomore Emma Newgarden was not expected to lead runners in just her first season. The Staten Island, N.Y. native had endless stamina in the 2018-19 season, as she cruised to first place finishes at the Cappy Anderson Invitational and the NJIT Invitational...

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SHU allocates $750k of donation for core curriculum program
Sep18

SHU allocates $750k of donation for core curriculum program

Seton Hall University announced that Henry F. Roman (‘54) and his wife, Maryann, donated $750,000 to the University, the gift will be allocated toward improving the core cirriculum. File photo Henry Roman served in the military and went on two tours of duty with the U.S. Army in California after he graduated from Seton Hall. Roman and his wife both passed and their niece Susan Lis was appointed as the administer of their estate, which...

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Volleyball’s freshman class is repeating a cycle
Sep18

Volleyball’s freshman class is repeating a cycle

Volleyball head coach Allison Yaeger knew that the task she would have this season with six incoming freshmen and the loss of five key seniors. In 2014, when Seton Hall had a big incoming class and many players, it was faced with the same challenge. Then, the Pirates had some of the best players in program history like Tessa Fournier, All-American libero, Amanda Hansen, who made All-Big East teams and Dani Schroeder to guide the way...

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Cardinal Tobin blesses protesters at ICE HQ
Sep11

Cardinal Tobin blesses protesters at ICE HQ

Cardinal Joseph Tobin, the Archbishop of Newark, blessed a group of protestors last Wednesday at the Benedictine Abbey of Newark before a crowd of more than 400 who marched to the regional ICE headquarters. The group’s protest was a call for the Trump administration and Congress to stop detention of children and families due to the rise of complaints on the living conditions. Photo via Flickr/Fibonacci Blue Cardinal Tobin spoke...

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Volleyball coach Yaeger ready to lead revamped roster
Sep11

Volleyball coach Yaeger ready to lead revamped roster

It’s never an easy task to overcome the loss of seniors who made up most of a team’s production, including one outside hitter who finished in the top five in school history for kills. Head volleyball coach Allison Yaeger is now tasked with mixing a strong freshman class with some returning veterans in order to guide this year’s team to success. The Pirates have not started the way that they wanted, though, as they have been plagued by...

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Seton Hall welcomes largest freshman class
Sep05

Seton Hall welcomes largest freshman class

For the third consecutive year, Seton Hall University has recorded its largest freshman class in its history. Kiera Alexander/Staff Photographer Seton Hall’s freshman class of 2023, amassing more than 1,615 students who began classes last week, were among the 23,000 that applied. Since 2014, the incoming freshman class sizes continued to grow, despite the increasing difficulty of other private universities to get funding. Dr. Robert...

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Seton Hall’s longest-tenured coach remains motivated
Sep04

Seton Hall’s longest-tenured coach remains motivated

Before turning Seton Hall into a national force, cross country coach John Moon sat behind a desk and inspired others in another way. For seven years, Moon was a high school teacher and although he was loved by many, he felt as his passion was elsewhere. The track and field program at Rahway High School won a state title every year that Moon coached. “When I first came here, I was an administrator, but it just wasn’t me,” Moon said. “I...

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