Senior Sendoff Series: Alex Chalk
Jun01

Senior Sendoff Series: Alex Chalk

All throughout the months of June and July, The Setonian will be talking to senior student-athletes from the softball, baseball, golf and tennis teams who were unable to play out their final season at Seton Hall. We want to commemorate their time as Pirates and shed light on their accomplishments as well as their plans after graduation. In our first feature of the series, Matt Collins talks to Alex Chalk of men’s golf. Coming to...

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Senior spotlight: golf unable to build on fall success
Apr23

Senior spotlight: golf unable to build on fall success

In a perfect world, the Seton Hall women’s and men’s golf teams would be competing at the Big East Championship this weekend and next weekend, respectively. However, as is well known, that plan was derailed due to season cancellations. For both programs, a chance to build upon a successful fall season has been denied. The women, led by Natalie Desjardins, and the men, led by Clay White, each had formidable rosters and looked to excel...

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Pirates golf puts forth strong performance over weekend
Feb24

Pirates golf puts forth strong performance over weekend

The Seton Hall women’s golf team finished with another strong performance over the weekend, placing   fourth  in the Rio Verde Invitational out of a field of 18 teams. The Pirates continue to place within the top-five and have never placed farther than fourth throughout the whole 2019-2020 season. The Pirates ended with a team total of 42-over-par, 306-296-304, and a total stroke count of 906. Individually, the Pirates...

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Women’s golf has lofty goals for spring season
Feb13

Women’s golf has lofty goals for spring season

The  women’s   golf  team  and coach Natalie Desjardins enter the spring with high expectations. The team is seasoned and experienced, due in large part to the production of its four seniors, Lizzie Win, Maddie Sager, Sammie Staudt and Carolina  Ronchel-Salas. Desjardins came to Seton Hall in 2017 from LIU Brooklyn, arriving in South Orange a year after three of her seniors did. Desjardins’ defection from LIU spurred Ronchel- Salas to...

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Men’s golf returns with focus on the 15th club
Feb13

Men’s golf returns with focus on the 15th club

For the four upperclassmen on  the  men’s  golf team,  the desire to  win  more  has been brewing for four years. Alex Chalk, Gregor Tait, Andres Acevedo and  Alex McAuley led  the  naming  of the mental core values for this year’s squad to help them ac- complish team and personal goals. Last   semester,  men’s   golf had one of the highest GPAs among  student  athlete  teams...

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Maddie Sager inching closer to Big East success
Oct31

Maddie Sager inching closer to Big East success

The Seton Hall women’s golf team is off to its lowest Golfstat team ranking, 54th, since the program began in 2010, thanks to stellar play from top to bottom. Among the golfers having wonderful seasons is Maddie Sager. Two of the biggest goals coming into the season for the Phoenixville, P.A. native was to lower her scoring average – a feat she has accomplished every year – and win her first tournament. In her...

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Fouratt, Sager off to dominant starts
Oct02

Fouratt, Sager off to dominant starts

The Seton Hall women’s golf is off to a torrid start to the fall season, receiving third and first place results in their first two tournaments. At the Nittany Lion Invitational on Sept. 21 and 22, the Pirates were especially clinical at the top, as Sarah Fouratt and Maddie Sager tied for first place as individual champions with one other competitor for the tournament. The duo each had their own successes throughout the two days....

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Sammie Staudt leading the charge for women’s golf
Oct02

Sammie Staudt leading the charge for women’s golf

Two personal-best results, two top-five finishes and one new Seton Hall record to start the season –Pirate golfer Sammie Staudt is locked in. The Pennsylvania native led Seton Hall as they topped a field of 13 programs at this weekend’s Princeton Invitational, held from Sept. 28-29. The Pirates’ one-under-par team score of 575 earned them top honors by seven strokes over host Princeton, followed closely by fellow Ivy League schools...

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Pirates shine again at Princeton Invitational
Sep29

Pirates shine again at Princeton Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team shined at the Princeton Invitational over the weekend, finishing first place among a field of 13, including two Big East opponents, St. John’s and Georgetown.   The Pirates got off to a quick start with three players all shooting under-par through the first nine holes. Maddie Sager shot even through the first nine and improved her...

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Freshman comes from family of Seton Hall golf champions
Sep25

Freshman comes from family of Seton Hall golf champions

James Bosworth is Seton Hall royalty. Despite attending the University for less than a month, Bosworth is among the richest legacy of athletes to don the blue and white, as his father, uncle and grandfather played golf for the Pirates, with his father and uncle both capturing Big East titles for the men’s golf program. The family tradition has had him ready to attend the school since birth. “This was my number one dream my entire...

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Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational
Sep25

Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team kicked off its fall season at the Nittany Lion Invitational hosted by Penn State over the weekend, finishing third out of 12 teams. The field included Seton Hall and the hosts, Penn State, as well as multiple other teams, two of which were New Jersey rival, Rutgers and Big East opposition Georgetown. Through the first round of play Seton Hall was tied for third place with Rutgers at a score of 298. The...

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Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational
Sep24

Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team kicked off its fall season at the Nittany Lion Invitational hosted by Penn State over the weekend, finishing third out of 12 teams. The field included Seton Hall and the hosts, Penn State, as well as multiple other teams, two of which were New Jersey rival, Rutgers and Big East opposition Georgetown. Through the first round of play Seton Hall was tied for third place with Rutgers at a score of 298. The...

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