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Volleyball loses two in home tournament

The Seton Hall volleyball team competed in its fourth tournament, the Seton Hall Invitational, of the season Sept. 17 and Sept. 18. The Pirates hosted the tournament and the games were played in Walsh Gymnasium.


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Men's basketball team takes shape

The Pirates' summer began with the announcement that Jeremy Hazell and Jeff Robinson will return for their senior seasons after much discussion around potentially entering the NBA draft. Additionally, Herb Pope, who led the Big East in rebounds last season, is projected to make a full recovery from unexpectedly collapsing after a workout in late April.


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Pirates grab another frontcourt player

The Seton Hall men's basketball team added another piece to the puzzle last week with the signing of 6-foot-11-inch Englishman Aaron Geramipoor of the Canarias Basketball Academy to a national letter of intent for the 2010-11 season.


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JUCO joins women's team for upcoming year

The Seton Hall women's basketball team recently acquired transfer Tarjay Ashmeade, a 6-foot-3-inch junior center, for the upcoming season. The roster update was announced by new head coach Anne Donovon Friday.


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Willard inks two more recruits

The Pirates got their first 2010 commitment from Aaron Cosby, a 6-foot-2-inch combo guard from Northfield Mount Hermon in Massachusetts, according to Zagsblog.com.


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Big East slate set for men's basketball

The Big East Conference released the 2010-11 men's basketball opponents matrix on Thursday which revealed that the Pirates will be facing Rutgers, Syracuse and Marquette both at home and on the road.


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Reports: Pope resting at home

UPDATE: Since his release from St. Barnabas Medical Center, Pope has been seen on the Seton Hall campus several times by editors of The Setonian. Each time, Pope was dressed in Pirates athletic gear.


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Willard's first class takes shape

Only one day before the spring signing period ended, Seton Hall continued making off-season strides by signing Patrik Auda and Anali Okoloji, head coach Kevin Willard announced this past Friday.


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Auda agrees to play for Hall

Kevin Willard has made his first big signing as head coach of the Seton Hall Pirates. 6-foot 9-inch power forward Patrik Auda, hailing from the Czech Republic, has signed a letter of intent to play under Willard according to multiple reports at Zagsblog.com and NJ Hoops Haven.


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Pirate Alert: Pope expected to make full recovery

Sophomore forward Herb Pope, who collapsed while working out on April 28, is expected to make a "full recovery" and possibly return to the basketball court next fall, according to multiple sources cited by Adam Zagoria of Zagsblog.com


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