No. 11 Seton Hall down No. 2 Georgetown for first Big East Tournament title in 30 years
Apr17

No. 11 Seton Hall down No. 2 Georgetown for first Big East Tournament title in 30 years

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team got their fairy tale ending to the Big East season after beating No. 2 Georgetown 2-1 to claim their first Big East Tournament title since 1991. “An individual can win a game, but it takes a team to win a conference,” goalkeeper Andreas Nota said. “The bench provides amazing support, even the guys that don’t play, and it just pumps us up. I want to repeat that this is not just a group or team, this is...

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No. 11 Seton Hall down No. 17 Marquette, advance to first Big East Tournament final since 2004
Apr15

No. 11 Seton Hall down No. 17 Marquette, advance to first Big East Tournament final since 2004

In a season full of historic milestones for No. 11 Seton Hall, the Pirates have reached another after beating No. 17 Marquette 4-1 on Thursday to advance to their first Big East Men’s Soccer Championship game since 2004. The win over the Golden Eagles was the Pirates’ biggest of the season and saw them surpass their 3-3 draw with NJIT and 3-2 win over St. John’s for most goals scored in a single game in 2021. A red card to Jake...

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‘You kind of rediscover your passion for the sport,’ rejuvenated Tibbling approaching peak form in third year with No. 11 Seton Hall
Apr15

‘You kind of rediscover your passion for the sport,’ rejuvenated Tibbling approaching peak form in third year with No. 11 Seton Hall

Few situations are worse for athletes than being sidelined by injuries and struggling to regain form in their wake. Junior forward CJ Tibbling grew all too familiar with that situation during his first two years at Seton Hall. He entered his freshman season with the men’s soccer team with a heel injury that prevented him from having a full preseason with his new team. Despite earning Second Team All-Big East honors and a unanimous...

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No. 11 Seton Hall men’s soccer named Coaching Staff of the Year in Big East regular season awards
Apr14

No. 11 Seton Hall men’s soccer named Coaching Staff of the Year in Big East regular season awards

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team were awarded Coaching Staff of the Year on Wednesday after head coach Andreas Lindberg and his staff led the team to a 5-1-2 in-conference record and 7-1-3 overall record this season. This is the first season in Lindberg’s three years at Seton Hall that the Pirates have finished their regular season with a winning record and the first time since 2006 that the team has finished their conference regular...

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Men’s basketball lands back-to-back transfers in Kadary Richmond, Alexis Yetna
Apr08

Men’s basketball lands back-to-back transfers in Kadary Richmond, Alexis Yetna

The Seton Hall men’s basketball acquired former Syracuse guard Kadary Richmond and former University of South Florida forward Alexis Yetna through the NCAA transfer portal this week. Photo via Syracuse Athletics Per Adam Zagoria, Richmond committed to Seton Hall on Tuesday as the program’s second newest arrival after Jamir Harris’ transfer from American University was officially announced by the Pirates on Monday. The 6-foot-9 rising...

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The making of a role model: the Shavar Reynolds story
Apr08

The making of a role model: the Shavar Reynolds story

Shavar Reynolds Jr. has been a four-year guard on the Seton Hall men’s basketball team since he earned a spot on the roster as a walk-on his freshman year. He then earned a scholarship before his sophomore year for the 2018-19 season. The formative years of his college basketball career were spent playing in a reserve role off the bench for the Pirates. He built a reputation for himself as a hard-working, relentless defensive presence...

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Baseball drops series against Davidson
Mar29

Baseball drops series against Davidson

]The Seton Hall baseball team lost all three games of their series with Davidson this weekend. Davidson opened the scoring in the series opener with a two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning. The Pirates’ recent success carried into this game, specifically with their second inning surge, as Casey Dana was walked in at his first at-bat and Collin Sheehan followed with a double that brought him home. A two-run single from...

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Volleyball loses back-to-back matches to UConn
Mar29

Volleyball loses back-to-back matches to UConn

The Seton Hall volleyball team lost back-to-back matches to UConn this weekend, in three sets on Friday and four sets on Saturday. In the opening set of Friday’s match, the Huskies got going right out the gate. A kill by Kennadie Jake-Turner gave her team the first point of the game. However, the Hall answered with a kill by Tsvetelina Ilieva to tie the score. From there, the Huskies went on an 11-2 run to take a nine-point advantage...

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No. 15 Seton Hall downs UConn in final home game of the season
Mar29

No. 15 Seton Hall downs UConn in final home game of the season

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team won their last home game of the season on Saturday, beating the University of Connecticut 1-0. With the win, the Pirates finished their home-schedule undefeated for the first time since 2003 and improved to a 5-1-2 in-conference record. Photo via SHU Athletics Goals 59’: Maurice Williams headed in a nice cross off a James Boote corner kick. Williams found himself wide open on the far side of the net...

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Scouting the opposition: what No. 15 Seton Hall can expect to see from UConn on the field
Mar26

Scouting the opposition: what No. 15 Seton Hall can expect to see from UConn on the field

The University of Connecticut’s return to Big East men’s soccer has been anything but a warm welcome for the Huskies. After four games, the three-time NCAA champions are 0-3-1 in conference play and have failed to score in each of those games. UConn’s coaching staff also took a big hit early on when 24-season head coach Ray Reid took an indefinite leave of absence for family reasons on March 1. Assistant coach Mike Miller has since...

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Jamir and Jaquan Harris commit to Seton Hall
Mar24

Jamir and Jaquan Harris commit to Seton Hall

With preparations for next season in full swing, the Seton Hall men’s basketball team landed its first two recruits in brothers Jamir and Jaquan Harris on Tuesday. Jamir is a 6-foot-1 graduate transfer from American University who joins the Hall after serving as the Eagles’ starting point guard for the past two years. He will be eligible to play for Seton Hall immediately in the fall and has up to two years of eligibility remaining...

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Setonian Sports Quick Links: March 23, 2021
Mar23

Setonian Sports Quick Links: March 23, 2021

Men’s soccer on the verge of an undefeated home record After a win and a draw in last week’s games against St. John’s and No. 3 Georgetown respectively, No. 22 Seton Hall will play its final home game of the season on Saturday when it hosts the University of Connecticut. Photo by Kegan Melancon Seton Hall’s over-time 3-2 win over St. John’s on Wednesday was its first away win over the Red Storm since 2014. St. John’s failed to clear...

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