Head coach Shaheen Holloway and the men’s basketball team looked to stay hot en route to a 4-0 start for the first time since the 2017-18 campaign, as the Pirates hosted the Wagner Seahawks. Former Seton Hall guard and assistant coach Donald Copeland leads the Seahawks as one of five alumni to coach a Division I program, which is the second most in the NCAA.
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The Seton Hall Pirates hosted the Northeastern Huskies on Nov. 29 at the Prudential Center in what was the biggest student turnout so far this season, and for good reason. The Hall left the Prudential Center with an impressive 88-75 victory to continue their dominance at home.
Richmond shines as Men's Basketball extends home-opener win streak with victory over Saint Peter’s, 70-59
The Seton Hall Pirates men’s basketball team opened the 2023-24 college basketball season at the Prudential Center, hosting the Saint Peter’s Peacocks on Monday. Coming into the matchup, the Pirates looked to extend their 13-game home opener win streak.
Seton Hall Athletics brought loads of energy to the University Center on Oct. 5 for a Happy Hour hosted by men’s basketball head coach Shaheen Holloway. Many were able to spin the prize wheel, featuring prizes such as a free student season ticket for the 2023-24 campaign or a Starbucks gift card.
It isn’t every day that a bona fide legend comes to your college campus to speak to and inspire students with stories of hope, hardship and history. With many professors and administrators having a plethora of experience in the sports management and media world, this becomes a lot more imaginable when you attend Seton Hall.
In a shocking turn of events, Seton Hall women’s basketball star and Nancy Lieberman Award finalist Lauren Park-Lane has entered her name into the transfer portal, she announced in an Instagram post Friday afternoon.
Seton Hall standout forward/center Tyrese Samuel has decided to enter his name into the 2023 NBA Draft while maintaining his college eligibility, per Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. His name will also be put into the transfer portal.
Following the 72-54 loss to Syracuse in the second round of the WNIT, the Seton Hall women’s basketball team is beginning to look different already as two players have entered the transfer portal.
After his third season in the Pirates blue, senior Tray Jackson has decided to enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer. He becomes the first Seton Hall player to announce his departure following the NIT loss to Colorado.
Following their departure from the Big East tournament after a loss against DePaul, Seton Hall accepted a bid to play in the NIT. They drew the Colorado Buffaloes as their first opponent, and, despite short notice, traveled over 2,000 miles to play at 11:00 pm EST on Tuesday.
The Pirates softball team travelled to Lubbock, Texas over the weekend for the Jeannine McHaney Memorial Classic, in which they faced off against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, North Dakota Fighting Hawks, and the host, Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Pirates arrived with a 4-5 record in this early stage of the season and looked to turn heads.
Seton Hall looked to end the season on a high note following a 3-game skid, as the men’s basketball team traveled north to Rhode Island to take on the No. 20 ranked Providence Friars in their regular season finale.
The men’s basketball team hosted the Villanova Wildcats in its home finale as Seton Hall celebrated their seniors, both the athletes and the managers, who are vital to the performance of the team.
Women’s basketball had their Senior Day celebration where they hosted Xavier at Walsh Gymnasium for a Saturday matinee matchup following a 1-1 back-to-back against DePaul.
The Pirates looked to stay in the win column against No. 20 UConn as they fight for a spot in the NCAA Tournament later this season.
Following a close loss on the road to Villanova on Saturday, Seton Hall showed their love for the game with a Valentine’s Day showdown against the Georgetown Hoyas at The Rock.
Following their 20-23 campaign last season, the Seton Hall softball team opened the season with a competitive two-day double-header at the Black & Gold Invitational at Southern Mississippi on Friday, sustaining two losses against the Samford Bulldogs and the host Golden Eagles.
Coming off a tough loss to #23 Creighton on Wednesday, the Pirates traveled to the Wells Fargo center in Philadelphia to take on the Villanova Wildcats.
After dropping the season series against Creighton at home on Tuesday, Seton Hall traveled to the City of Brotherly Love to face the #15 Villanova Wildcats.
Following an undefeated two-game road trip against Butler and St. John’s, the Pirates returned to the Prudential Center to host the DePaul Blue Demons for a Sunday matinee.