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Recruits and schedules set for soccer

As of April 9. the Seton Hall men's and women's soccer teams have gained depth as the Athletic Department announced that the men's program signed two recruits while the women's squad inked five players to National Letters of Intent.


Lack of pitching key in loss

The Pirates' rally fell short when they left the tying run on third base with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning in a 7-6 loss to Wagner on Wednesday at Owen T. Carroll Field.


Hall looks to erase last Cincy loss

It was the 10th inning in the final game of the season last year when Cincinnati Bearcat junior Lance Durham broke a 5-5 tie with a single through the right side of the infield.


Late comeback leads to victory

With four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Pirates (11-14, 1-5) came from behind to beat the Fairleigh Dickerson Knights 6-5 on Wednesday. Senior Chris Spagnuolo brought in the winning run with a hit up the middle that scored redshirt senior Chris Fontenelli.


New coach at the Hall

Seton Hall has a found a new coach – but for its brand new athletic program, not the basketball teams that also have job vacancies.


Esposito, Hall rout Hawks

In the final tune up game before their Big East schedule, the baseball team defeated in-state opponent Monmouth University, 9-1, on Wednesday at Owen T. Carroll Field.


Misfortunes lead to mediocrity

In a year where both analysts and fans thought that the Seton Hall men's basketball team was on the rise and one thatcannot be overlooked, the Pirates ended the year on as bad of a foot as last year, if not worse.


Softball set for conference play

Coming off of a home doubleheader sweep to Central Connecticut State University on Tuesday, the Pirates will start their confernce season with a three game series against Notre Dame this weekend.


Tennis extends winning streak to five

The Seton Hall women's tennis team extended its winning streak to four and five games last week with victories in Florida over St. Thomas and division II #24 ranked Nova Southeastern, 9-0, 5-4 respectively.

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