The 2020-21 Seton Hall Women’s Basketball season ended in heartbreaking fashion with a second-round Big East Tournament exit. However, in a season where it overcame extreme adversity and exceeded the Preseason Coaches' Poll of a sixth-place finish in the overall standings, the team had a lot of pride to take in. Here is how they looked by the numbers.
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 began Big East play against Butler this weekend, losing two of their three games from the weekend's series.
Coming off a split double-header against Albany last weekend, Seton Hall traveled to Ohio to start a three-game series at Kent State.
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.
When Georgetown's the opponent, every team knows the game they're about to play is going to be a fight for every basket. That's what Seton Hall got on Friday night and while they put up a valiant effort to reach the Big East Tournament championship game, they just fell short in the end.
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.
A nail-biting third encounter of the season between Seton Hall and St. John's fell in favor of the Pirates behind a real team performance.
Sandro Mamukelashvili was named Big East Co-Player of the Year alongside Villanova’s Collin Gillespie and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl on Wednesday.
It’s been almost two years since the Seton Hall men’s basketball team played in the 2019 Big East Tournament final against Villanova. Off the back of a conference regular season title-winning year in 2020, a Myles Powell-led team was robbed of the opportunity to go a step further and claim the tournament title due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament and National Invitation Tournament are back this season with a few coronavirus-induced changes after last year’s tournaments were canceled due to the initial start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Seton Hall volleyball team split their two-game series against Providence to open their Big East season with a win and a loss this past weekend.
Seton Hall fell short in their second Big East regular season game after St. John's defeated them 2-1 in overtime on Sunday.
Lauren Park-Lane was a revelation for the Seton Hall women’s basketball team even in her first year with the Pirates. She was the only player on the team to start all 31 of the team’s games in the 2019-20 season and averaged 4.2 assists per game and was fourth across the Big East in total assists with 129 as a freshman.
Seton Hall's loss to St. John's on Saturday night was the final kick in the teeth for a team floundering into the post-season. Back-to-back losses to Butler and Georgetown were followed by back-to-back losses to the University of Connecticut on Senior Night and the Redstorm in games that could have pushed the Pirates to as high as third in the Big East standings.
As the No. 3 seed in the Big East Tournament, Seton Hall had already exceed their Preseason Coaches' Poll expectations of being the No. 6 seed. They were also coming into Saturday night's game against Creighton off a five-game winning at the Mohegan Sun Arena.