It was not pretty by any means, but the Seton Hall Pirates pulled out an all-important 66-60 win over the Butler Bulldogs on Wednesday night. Led by senior Jared Rhoden's 17 points and junior Tyrese Samuel's 14 points, the win propelled the Pirates back to .500 in Big East play at 8-8.
The duo of Lauren Park-Lane and Sidney Cooks propelled the Pirates to an 84-55 matinee victory over the Bulldogs.
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.
While some students tuned in to Super Bowl LVI to watch the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals face off, others watched so they could critique the halftime show and commercials.
Both sides battled to the final buzzer in double overtime, though Seton Hall ultimately fell to Creighton in heartbreaking fashion, 97-91.
The Pirates, despite struggles down the stretch, avenged their loss and came out victorious against the Blue Demons behind a monster 18-point, 18-rebound double-double from senior Jared Rhoden.
Led by Adama Sanogo's 20-point, 16-rebound performance, the No. 24 UCONN Huskies dropped Seton Hall on Wednesday in a 70-65 win. The Pirates had no response for Sanogo despite Jared Rhoden's 14 points and Kadary Richmond's 13.
The Seton Hall chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is calling on the University to distribute “high grade masks” on campus to students, faculty, and staff.
A recreational cannabis business ordinance was formally presented at Monday's meeting of the South Orange Village Board of Trustees.