Coming off a three-game win streak, the Seton Hall Pirates (4-18) looked to keep their momentum going as they hosted the Wagner Seahawks (3-18) at Owen T. Carroll Field on Wednesday. Junior LHP Aaron Groller got the start for Seton Hall, while Wagner sent out junior RHP Ruben Del Castillo.
In one of the signature moments for Seton Hall this year, the Pirates (4-18) won against the MonmouthHawks (9-13) in 10 innings on a walk-off double by Collin Sheehan. The startingpitchers for this quick one game match were Dante Ciaramella (1-1) for Monmouth and Nick Payero (0-2) for the Pirates.
After a rough start to the season, Seton Hall (0-3) looked to bounce back in Friday’s doubleheader against Michigan (2-2) and Florida International (5-0) in Miami.
The 2022 college baseball season opened up around the country on February 18th with one of the games being the Seton Hall Pirates visiting the Tar Heels of North Carolina on their home turf, Bashamer Stadium, to a home crowd of just over two thousand.
Sports have seen an immense impact on the way the game is played through the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic. From players to coaches to fans, everyone has had to adapt to unfamiliar circumstances.
The Seton Hall baseball team swept a three-game series against Villanova this weekend. The Pirates won each of the games in disparate fashion: a 1-0 pitcher’s duel on Friday, a 13-2 blowout on Saturday and a 4-1 win on Sunday.
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.
Coming off a split double-header against Albany last weekend, Seton Hall traveled to Ohio to start a three-game series at Kent State.
Despite dropping the first two games of the series to Florida Atlantic, Seton Hall looked to close out and head back to South Orange with a win under its belt.
Feb. 23, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
The Big East office announced that the Seton Hall baseball team ranked third in the Preseason Coaches Poll and had two players named to the Preseason All-Big East team on Wednesday.
Rick Cerone, former Seton Hall catcher and the 1975 seventh overall pick in the Major League Baseball Draft, was virtually inducted into the National College Baseball Hall of Fame Thursday night.
Although at the helm from inside the dugout, softball head coach Paige Smith wants to storm the field for a championship just as much as her players.
After playing their junior seasons away from home due to the construction of Mike Sheppard, Sr. Stadium at Owen T. Carroll Field, the Seton Hall baseball team’s seniors had the 2020 season vanish into thin air due to COVID-19.
Facing the weight of high pre-season expectations, the Seton Hall baseball team started off strong on opening weekend by dispatching Illinois and Milwaukee in blowout fashion 10-2 and 17-1, respectively. However, the bats cooled off markedly during the team’s three game series with Liberty in Virginia this past weekend. The Pirates held of a late Liberty charge to win 5-4 in last Friday’s opener, but lost close games on Saturday and Sunday. Seton Hall lost 3-2 on Saturday and the Pirates fell by a final score of 5-3 on Sunday.
Almost a full two weeks into the baseball season, the Pirates have split their first six games to begin the 2020 campaign, going 3-3 with blowout victories over Illinois and Milwaukee and a walk-off loss to No. 20 Wake Forest. Seton Hall is now gearing up for a road trip to California, with seven games in nine days against USC, Fresno State, and Saint Mary’s.