The Pirates dropped the first game, though bounced back for the last two to close the weekend.
Park-Lane's decision follows the departure of many fellow Pirates.
Seton Hall scored a run in the top of the third inning, but it was matched by the Seawolves in the bottom of the third. The bats were quiet for the rest of the game and Seton Hall went on to lose 4-1 after seven innings.
Samuel averaged 11 points and 5.9 rebounds as the lone four-year Pirate.
Zavagli ended with a career high 215 strokes across three rounds, ending one under par and keeping the Hall only +38 for the tournament.
A shaky first inning for freshman pitcher Anthony Ehly did not phase him, as he rebounded and threw three shutout innings before being replaced by sophomore Carter Kelsey. Kelsey threw a shutout in his one inning of work.
Seton Hall garnered 16 hits across both games and didn’t commit an error in either. 10 total strikeouts from both pitchers also helped get the job done.
Baines notched 22 points on 10-for-18 shooting and pulled down five rebounds.
Bembry and Keenan are the first Pirates to announce their departure from the WBB program.
The team collected 22 hits over the two games.
Jackson averaged 6.4 points and 2.8 rebounds in 3 seasons for the Pirates.
Colorado retook the lead in the final seconds to send the Pirates home in the NIT Round of 32.
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Viera has hit 6-of-12 from the plate over the last three games and leads the team in hitting with a .345 average. D'Amico leads the team in RBI.