Desi Rodriguez to play for Los Angeles Clippers summer league team
Jun22

Desi Rodriguez to play for Los Angeles Clippers summer league team

Former Seton Hall stars Desi Rodriguez and Angel Delgado days as teammates are not over just yet. After not being selected in the 2018 NBA Draft, both Delgado and Rodriguez have agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Clippers. Delgado inked a two-way deal with the team, while Rodriguez has agreed to play for the Clippers’ summer league team. Seton Hall's @desirodriguez6 has agreed to play with the Clippers in summer league, he...

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Seton Hall’s Angel Delgado signs two-way contract with Los Angeles Clippers
Jun22

Seton Hall’s Angel Delgado signs two-way contract with Los Angeles Clippers

After not hearing his name called in Thursday night’s NBA Draft, former Seton Hall center Angel Delgado has found a new home. Minutes after the draft concluded, Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Shams Charania reported that Delgado agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Clippers on a two-way contract. He will begin in the G-League and can spend a maximum of 45 days with the Clippers during the regular season. The base salary for two-way...

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Stainton increasingly looks north for answers in recruitment
Jun19

Stainton increasingly looks north for answers in recruitment

It is hard to sugarcoat an 0-12-5 season, but Seton Hall women’s soccer’s Rick Stainton is doing his best to find positives. The soon to be fifth-year head coach knows his team has the talent and capability to win, despite the fact that results were not flattering in the fall of 2017. The transition to the 2018 season has been underway for some time now, from ceremonial announcements of new captains: Taylor Cutcliff, Eva Gonzalez and...

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Pirate preview: What will changes mean for SHU?
Jun19

Pirate preview: What will changes mean for SHU?

Coming off a season that saw Seton Hall win its first NCAA tournament game since 2004, the Pirates will have to make some wholesale changes next season. The Setonian’s Tyler Calvaruso, James Justice, Kevin Kopf and Kyle Beck take a look at the impact that those changes will have on the court in 2018-19. What does the departure of the four seniors (Khadeen Carrington, Desi Rodriguez, Ismael Sanogo and Angel Delgado) mean for Seton Hall...

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Instant Impact: SHU freshmen primed for first-year success
Jun19

Instant Impact: SHU freshmen primed for first-year success

With the 2018 school year in the books, Seton Hall’s sports teams were forced to say goodbye to some of the most iconic athletes the school has seen in years. The basketball team’s senior quartet of Khadeen Carrington, Desi Rodriguez, Ismael Sanogo and Angel Delgado has since graduated. Meanwhile, baseball stars Shane McCarthy, Ryan Ramiz, Al Molina and Mike Alescio, among others, will no longer don the blue and white. Softball was...

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Fall at the Hall: Autumn action approaching
Jun19

Fall at the Hall: Autumn action approaching

Soon, school will be back in session, which means the beginning of what is to be a long year for Seton Hall Athletics. With the fall sports season right around the corner, take a look at where each team stands heading into 2018: Women’s Soccer: Nick Santoriello The Seton Hall women’s soccer team will hope to bounce back from a tough season last fall. Entering his fifth season at the helm, head coach Rick Stainton will look to improve...

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Caine, Houston, Morris, Nagle and Sheppard inducted into Hall of Fame
Jun08

Caine, Houston, Morris, Nagle and Sheppard inducted into Hall of Fame

Keisha Caine was trudging through a rough week when she got a phone call, from an extension she recognized. When the former track and field standout at Seton Hall, from 1991-95, realized the number was that of her alma mater, she anticipated a request for a donation, and quickly prepared herself for what she thought was an opportunity to give back. In a matter of moments, however, Caine was awestruck, as the nine-time All-American and...

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Men’s basketball manager not charged
May31

Men’s basketball manager not charged

A grand jury declined to bring any charges and issued a “no-bill.” Mr. Anderson’s records regarding his arrest and summons have been expunged by the Superior Court of New Jersey.

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Seton Hall’s offense falters in Championship game loss to St. John’s
May27

Seton Hall’s offense falters in Championship game loss to St. John’s

It was a tale of two games of the Seton Hall offense on Big East Championship Sunday. After a 19-run outburst that forced a decisive game seven, Seton Hall’s offense fell victim to St. John’s left-hander Jeff Belge in the Championship game, as the Red Storm secured their ninth Big East title with a 7-0 victory. Entering the day having to win two games in order to not only win the Big East, but secure a spot in the NCAA...

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Seton Hall survives late Butler rally to advance to Championship Sunday
May26

Seton Hall survives late Butler rally to advance to Championship Sunday

Despite a late surge from a Butler offense that was dormant through the first six innings against Seton Hall starting pitcher Billy Layne Jr., the Pirates survived thanks to a clutch outing from closer Matt Leon to defeat the Bulldogs by a final score of 4-3 and advance to Championship Sunday for the first time since 2011. Layne Jr. turned in six gritty innings in which the redshirt sophomore right-handed starter worked in and out of...

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Offense makes history in elimination-win over Georgetown
May25

Offense makes history in elimination-win over Georgetown

Following a one-run effort in a 13-inning defeat on Thursday night, the Seton Hall bats made history on Friday afternoon, driving in a Big East Tournament-record 21 runs in a first-round elimination game victory over Georgetown. The victory ends a six-game losing streak for the Pirates in the Big East Tournament. Seton Hall will face the losing side in the St. John’s-Butler semifinal, in a second-round elimination game that is...

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Two runs, three hours apart, put the Pirates on the brink of elimination
May25

Two runs, three hours apart, put the Pirates on the brink of elimination

For the fourth straight season, the Seton Hall baseball team will face elimination in the second game of the Big East Tournament, following a 13-inning, 2-1 defeat to Butler, on Thursday night in Mason, Ohio. The fans in attendance at Prasco Park had free baseball from the start, as the tournament host venue was not charging fees for admission. However, the two teams still managed to give spectators more than was originally promised,...

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