After two losses to open the Tiger Invitational in Auburn, Alabama on Friday, the Seton Hall softball team was hungry to get their first win of the season. The Pirates opened Saturday’s game with pure dominance and defeated UMass Lowell 12-0.
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In a game dominated on the defensive side, Seton Hall came out victorious in the nation’s capital as the Pirates defeated the Georgetown Hoyas 60-50 to earn their fourth straight win.
The Seton Hall women’s basketball team traveled to Hinkle Field House in Indianapolis to face the Butler Bulldogs after a three-game homestand. Seton Hall, looking to extend their win streak Sunday, rolled through Indiana to secure their third straight win, 72-56.
Coming off of a dominant win over Georgetown on Wednesday, the Pirates looked to keep themselves in the win column as tournament time approaches. Xavier came to town and battled Seton Hall to the final buzzer in a game that ultimately fell in favor of The Hall, 91-86.
Though the weather in South Orange was gloomy on Wednesday evening, it was not the only rain that Georgetown experienced. Seton Hall women’s basketball splashed 19 three-pointers, both a program and Big East conference single-game record, in their dominant 91-62 win to snap their three-game losing streak.
Seton Hall women’s basketball returned to historic Walsh Gymnasium on Sunday afternoon to host the DePaul Blue Demons. Despite a dominant Sidney Cooks showing, the team fell short to one of the premier teams in the conference, 85-65.
On a night where both the Seton Hall men’s and women’s basketball teams matched up against Marquette, the women’s basketball team hoped to head into Milwaukee and steal a win on the Golden Eagles’ home court as the men’s team held down the fort in New Jersey. However, both teams, sitting in the top 4 of the Big East, rolled to wins as the Pirates fell to Marquette 62-43 at the Al McGuire Center on Wednesday night.
Despite the momentum from two consecutive Big East wins, the Seton Hall women’s basketball team fell to No. 9 Connecticut by a score of 71-38 on the road in Gampel Pavilion.
Seton Hall women’s basketball returned home to Walsh Gymnasium on Wednesday after a 2-game road trip to host local rival St. John’s. With a combined 56 points in the victory, Andra Espinoza-Hunter and Lauren Park-Lane, who scored 30 points for the second consecutive game, propelled the Pirates to victory, 84-79.
After dropping their last two matchups in Big East play, the women’s basketball team bounced back with a commanding victory over the Friars in Providence on Sunday, 62-42.
The realm of college basketball has seen multiple cancellations and postponements after the rise in COVID-19 cases over the past few weeks. This is no different for the Seton Hall women’s basketball team, as they have not stepped foot onto the hardwood in the new year.
No. 24 Seton Hall hosted the UConn Huskies Saturday afternoon in an exciting overtime win for the Pirates, 90-87. Tyrese Samuel returned to the bench for the first time since December 12th when the team faced off against Rutgers. Alexis Yetna was expected to play, but was hit in the head with a pass in practice and sat for precautionary reasons.
Though looking to extend their win streak, a fourth quarter push from Villanova lead to a loss in Seton Hall’s return to Big East play and the hardwood for their first game in 10 days, 76-73.
Head coach Anthony Bozzella and the Seton Hall women’s basketball program announced Thursday afternoon that the team would host Towson on Tuesday, January 4th at 7:00 pm in Walsh Gymnasium. The additional non-conference game replaces the matchup against Iona that was cancelled earlier this month.
Seton Hall women's basketball head coach Anthony Bozzella announced Thursday morning that Boston College transfer guard Allie Palmieri will join the Pirates. Palmieri will have three years of eligibility remaining and is set to don the blue and white next fall for Bozzella's tenth year as head coach.
Seton Hall women’s basketball hosted a competitive Wagner Seahawks team on Tuesday and escaped a surge to ultimately win the matinee, 70-62.
After losing three of their last four games, Seton Hall bounced back with a huge win in Walsh Gymnasium against Big East rival Marquette, who stood at 8-2 heading into Sunday’s matinee.
Seton Hall women’s basketball started a three-game home stretch as they hosted a strong University of Central Florida team in a 68-56 loss on Tuesday night in Walsh Gymnasium.
In their second game of a two-game road stint, the women’s basketball team traveled cross-state to get back in the win column as they defeated the Princeton Tigers, 70-60.
Seton Hall women’s basketball returned to Walsh Gymnasium for the first time in two weeks on Friday with the Pirates falling to the UConn Huskies 74-49 to open Big East play.