The Seton Hall men’s soccer team earned their third win of the season after a golden goal winner in extra time against NJIT on Friday.
All stories come to an end, and the improbable run for the Seton Hall men’s soccer team came to an end on Monday with a 2-0 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. The Elite Eight appearance was the first for the Pirates since 1988, which also saw the Pirates lose our on a Final Four spot to Indiana.
For the first time since 1988 and only the second time in program history, the Seton Hall men's soccer team will be heading to the quarter finals of the College Cup. The Pirates punched their ticket to the Elite Eight after beating Virginia Tech 7-6 in a penalty kick shootout after remaining level at 2-2 through two periods of overtime on Thursday night.
They left it for late, but the Seton Hall men's soccer team secured their spot in the Sweet 16 of the College Cup on Sunday night with a 2-1 win over Air Force. CJ Tibbling and James Boote each got on the scoresheet for the Pirates with Tibbling scoring the game-winner in the 89' for his team-leading seventh goal of the season.
The Seton Hall men’s soccer team got their fairy tale ending to the Big East season after beating No. 2 Georgetown 2-1 to claim their first Big East Tournament title since 1991.
In a season full of historic milestones for No. 11 Seton Hall, the Pirates have reached another after beating No. 17 Marquette 4-1 on Thursday to advance to their first Big East Men’s Soccer Championship game since 2004.
'You kind of rediscover your passion for the sport,' rejuvenated Tibbling approaching peak form in third year with No. 11 Seton HallBy Justin Sousa | Apr. 15, 2021
Few situations are worse for athletes than being sidelined by injuries and struggling to regain form in their wake. Junior forward CJ Tibbling grew all too familiar with that situation during his first two years at Seton Hall.
The Seton Hall men’s soccer team were awarded Coaching Staff of the Year on Wednesday after head coach Andreas Lindberg and his staff led the team to a 5-1-2 in-conference record and 7-1-3 overall record this season.
The Seton Hall men’s soccer team won their last home game of the season on Saturday, beating the University of Connecticut 1-0. With the win, the Pirates finished their home-schedule undefeated for the first time since 2003 and improved to a 5-1-2 in-conference record.
The University of Connecticut’s return to Big East men’s soccer has been anything but a warm welcome for the Huskies. After four games, the three-time NCAA champions are 0-3-1 in conference play and have failed to score in each of those games.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Seton Hall women’s soccer team lost to Providence 1-0 in their first home game of the season on Thursday.
Seton Hall men's soccer team defeated Villanova 1-0 on Wednesday to remain unbeaten at home this season an improve their record to 4-1-2 overall and 2-1-1 in the Big East.
Seton Hall fell short in their second Big East regular season game after St. John's defeated them 2-1 in overtime on Sunday.