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The Seton Hall Legacy of Kevin Willard

As the final horn sounded at San Diego State's Viejas Arena on the night of March 18, the Seton Hall Pirates walked off the court dejected after suffering not only their largest loss of the season, but the also second-largest loss of the 2022 NCAA Tournament.


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Seton Hall Baseball Stays Hot in Win Over Wagner

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.  


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No One Loves Seton Hall Like Shaheen Holloway

As the St. Peter's Peacocks were ushered into Walsh Gym on Thursday, all eyes stopped and stared. A moment of realization set in, and the crowd rose to their feet and applauded the team that put on the most magical March Madness run ever. The Peacocks have been the center of the sports world's attention since becoming the first 15 seed to reach the Elite 8.


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TCU Sinks the Pirates' Season in Embarrassing 69-42 Blowout

The Seton Hall Pirates' season came to an unceremonious and deflating close as The Hall was blown out of the water in their first-round March Madness matchup with TCU. Mike Miles Jr. led the game with 21 points as the Horned Frogs sunk the Pirates with conviction, 69-42 on Friday.


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Bembry Drains Jumper to Advance in Thriller, 66-65

Big East Tournament play continued on Saturday as the Pirates faced Creighton for the last game of the night. In exciting fashion, Seton Hall stole the game and upset the Bluejays with a last-second midrange jumper from Mya Bembry to advance to the semifinals, 66-65. 


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Rhoden Scores 19 as Pirates Beat Creighton 65-60

Jared Rhoden scored 19 points in Seton Hall's regular season finale as the Pirates downed the Creighton Blue Jays 65-60 on Saturday to enter the Big East Tournament with a win. Alexis Yetna followed up with his eighth double-double of the season to go with Jamir Harris' 14 points and Tyrese Samuel's 11.


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