Seton Hall loses to Villanova, misses out on postseason
Nov06

Seton Hall loses to Villanova, misses out on postseason

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team lost a heartbreaker tonight 1-0 to the visiting Villanova Wildcats, conceding a set piece goal in the 54th minute to Villanova’s Shane Bradley. The loss spoils what could have been a doubly special senior night. Not only was tonight the last game at Owen T. Carroll field for the program’s eight seniors, but it had a chance to be memorable due to the fact that the Pirates could have clinched a Big East...

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Volleyball underclassmen cause for optimism during rebuilding year
Nov06

Volleyball underclassmen cause for optimism during rebuilding year

The 2019 season for Seton Hall women’s volleyball can generously be described as a rebuilding year. The Pirates currently sit at 7-19, including 2-10 in Big East play, merely a week after the de-facto midway point the conference slate. The Pirates have to win all six remaining conference gamesand hope the conference’s upper half team struggle in order to be one of the four squads to qualify for the Big East tournament. While their...

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Seton Hall dominates Jefferson in preseason tune-up
Oct30

Seton Hall dominates Jefferson in preseason tune-up

The 2019-2020 Seton Hall Women’s Basketball season started off with a bang tonight as the Pirates dispatched Jefferson in blowout fashion 98-54, in their first and only exhibition contest this year. The Pirates were led by Shadeen Samuels and Iona transfer Alexis Lewis, who rained threes in her pirate debut. Samuels led the Pirates with 18 points and Lewis added 14 points, including four first quarter three-pointers. The win was a...

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Pirates fall to Xavier despite stellar performance from McKenzie
Oct23

Pirates fall to Xavier despite stellar performance from McKenzie

The road woes for Seton Hall’s men’s soccer team continued tonight as the Pirates fell to Xavier 2-1. Carlton McKenzie provided the only goal of the night with a spectacular shot in the 69th minute and the Pirates had numerous other chances throughout the game but it wasn’t enough to surpass the Musketeers. The loss is the second in a row for the Pirates following a 4-0 setback to Butler on October 19 and continues the road struggles...

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Versatility of LaClair, Cripps crucial in hot start for men’s, women’s swimming
Oct23

Versatility of LaClair, Cripps crucial in hot start for men’s, women’s swimming

The men’s swimming and diving team captured back-to-back Big East championships in 2017 and 2018, and while not as successful when compared to the men, the women have finished as high as third in the Big East. So far in 2019, this success has continued. The men’s team currently stands at 4-0 and the women are 4-1. The men’s team soundly thrashed Rider 164-129 on Oct. 5 and beat the Broncs again the following week in New Brunswick....

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Pirates Defeat Hoyas in straight sets
Oct09

Pirates Defeat Hoyas in straight sets

The Seton Hall volleyball team got back in the win column tonight with a straight set win over Georgetown, dispatching the Hoyas 25-13, 25-18, 25-19, a much needed rebound after a straight set loss to Creighton Saturday night. Tonight’s win was a true team effort, with no one player dominating the scoring for the Pirates. Steady senior leader Haylee Gasser led the team with nine kills as she usually does, but surprisingly it wasn’t...

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College football  shockingly predictable at halfway mark
Oct09

College football shockingly predictable at halfway mark

It seems like yesterday that the humidity was thick and college football was kicking off in August. Now that the temperatures have dropped and the days have become shorter, it is time to recap and assess all that has occurred in college football thus far as most teams have played six games out of their scheduled 12. The headline this year in college football is to expect the expected. A sport typically pigeonholed as being...

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Despite grueling summer schedule, Yocco emerges as star for Pirates
Oct02

Despite grueling summer schedule, Yocco emerges as star for Pirates

Cross country is arguably the least publicized sport at Seton Hall but also among the most difficult because of its grueling schedule. While meets take place with little fanfare, long training runs and the need to stay in top physical condition in addition, to keeping up with homework and classes puts cross country’s difficulty on par with any other Seton Hall sport. For senior cross-country runner Kassi Yocco, this difficulty was...

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New Jersey natives  succeeding at the next  level in college football
Sep18

New Jersey natives succeeding at the next level in college football

The words High School Football typically give people the image of two teams battling on a Friday night in the warm weather of Texas, Florida or California. But since 2000 New Jersey has been making a name for itself on the national high school football scene. The rise of Don Bosco Prep as a national powerhouse turned the eyes of the nation to New Jersey’s football talent and ushered in an era of New Jersey’s best playing at the high...

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