No. 22 Seton Hall ‘more of a team’ during best Big East regular season in 15 years
Mar23

No. 22 Seton Hall ‘more of a team’ during best Big East regular season in 15 years

It’s been a long time since the men’s soccer team has put together a Big East regular season that’s worth getting excited about. Over the last decade, the team made the Big East Tournament just once in 2012 but was immediately knocked out by Villanova in a 3-1 first-round loss. Before 2012, the team had only made the Big East Tournament on two other occasions since 2006 and was knocked out by their first-round opponents both times....

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Softball drops series to St. John’s at home
Mar22

Softball drops series to St. John’s at home

The Seton Hall Pirates lost two of three games in their weekend series against the St. John’s Red Storm, dropping to 5-10 overall and 2-4 in conference play. Game one on Saturday saw the Pirates’ defense get off to a slow start as the Red Storm scored six runs in the first inning. Four of the runs scored in this first inning were unearned runs as St John’s took advantage of a bases loaded situation and Pirate starter Shelby...

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Baseball takes three-game series over George Washington University
Mar22

Baseball takes three-game series over George Washington University

The Seton Hall baseball team won two of three games over George Washington University this past weekend in their three-game series to improve to 5-8 on the season. The Pirates started their scoring in Friday afternoon’s game with a second inning homerun from Casey Dana. Dana’s hit tied the game after the Colonials took a first inning lead. GW answered with four runs in the second to take a 5-1 lead, but Seton Hall fired back in the...

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No. 22 Seton Hall held to one-all draw at home by No. 3 Georgetown
Mar21

No. 22 Seton Hall held to one-all draw at home by No. 3 Georgetown

No. 22 Seton Hall were held to a 1-1 draw at home by No. 3 Georgetown after second half goals from either side forced the game into two goalless halves of overtime on Saturday. Saturday’s game provided the Pirates with an opportunity to avenge their 2-1 overtime loss against the Hoyas from earlier in the season and jump their Big East rivals in the regular season standings. However, both sides had to settle for a draw as both...

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Women’s golf finishes 12th in season-opening tournament
Mar18

Women’s golf finishes 12th in season-opening tournament

The Seton Hall women’s golf team opened its 2021 spring season with a 12th-place finish at the All-State Sugar Bowl Invitational at the English Turn Country Club this past weekend.   Lizzie Win shot a 2-over-par, 74 in Tuesday’s final round including four birdies. Win finished tied for 32nd overall among individual golfers at 15-over-par for the tournament. Off the back of a strong senior year, Win returned to the team this...

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By the numbers: 2020-21 women’s basketball
Mar18

By the numbers: 2020-21 women’s basketball

The 2020-21 Seton Hall Women’s Basketball season ended in heartbreaking fashion with a second-round Big East Tournament exit. However, in a season where it overcame extreme adversity and exceeded the Preseason Coaches’ Poll of a sixth-place finish in the overall standings, the team had a lot of pride to take in. Here is how they looked by the numbers. Andra Espinoza-Hunter (Graduate Student): Quite possibly the biggest surprise...

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No. 22 Seton Hall completes season sweep in overtime, comeback win at St. John’s
Mar18

No. 22 Seton Hall completes season sweep in overtime, comeback win at St. John’s

The men’s soccer team came back from a two-goal deficit at St. John’s for their first away win of the season and a season sweep of St. John’s with their 3-2 overtime win on Wednesday. This was Pirates’ third consecutive win after a pair of wins over Villanova and Providence at home last week, and they remained tied atop the East Division standings with No. 3 Georgetown at 13 points each. With this win, the Pirates have now won four...

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Setonian Sports Quick Links: March 16, 2021
Mar16

Setonian Sports Quick Links: March 16, 2021

After the conclusion of the men’s Big East Tournament last Saturday, conference play has officially ended for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The men’s basketball team surpassed its second-round opponents St. John’s off the back of a pair of double-doubles by Sandro Mamukelashvili and Jared Rhoden, but was beaten by eventual champions Georgetown in a hard-fought semifinal game. Rhoden was named to the Big East...

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Softball get back to Big East play in three-game series with Butler
Mar15

Softball get back to Big East play in three-game series with Butler

Seton Hall began Big East play against Butler this weekend, losing two of their three games from the weekend’s series. The Pirates opened the scoring in the second inning of Saturday’s series-opening game, scoring off a Jaiden Tate RBI double. The bases were loaded, but the Pirates were only able to add in one extra run off a walk by Darby Pandolfo. Photo by Kayla Fonseca The Bulldogs took advantage of Seton Hall’s...

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Baseball drops two in three-game series at Kent State
Mar15

Baseball drops two in three-game series at Kent State

Coming off a split double-header against Albany last weekend, Seton Hall traveled to Ohio to start a three-game series at Kent State. The baseball team started strong out of the gate with a 4-0 lead in game one. Casey Dana, who has made his presence felt over the course of the season, sent Huntzinger home off a hit to left field, which was followed by a Thomas Holdorf homerun. Kent State was able to bounce back and bring Kent State...

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Women’s soccer concede five in away loss at UConn
Mar15

Women’s soccer concede five in away loss at UConn

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team lost to the University of Connecticut 5-0 on Sunday, dropping to 1-4 on the season and 0-4 in Big East play. Photo via SHU Athletics UConn dominated possession in the first 15 minutes of the game and struck first in the 19th minute through a free kick. Senior Kess Elmore got on the end of a free kick from sophomore Jacqueline Harnett to give the Huskies the lead. Sophomore Jessica Mazo doubled...

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Men’s soccer stays perfect at home with win over No. 13 Providence
Mar15

Men’s soccer stays perfect at home with win over No. 13 Providence

Seton Hall men’s soccer continued their great start to the season with an impressive 2-1 victory over No. 13 Providence. With the win, they are now 5-0 on the season at Owen T. Carroll Field and 5-1-2 overall.   Photo via SHU Athletics Goals 28’: Luis Garcia gave Providence a 1-0 lead. This was the first time this season that the Pirates went down to start a match.  29’: James Boote found Luca Dahn off of a...

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