Seton Hall currently sits seventh in the BIG EAST with six games remaining.
The team's record this season was 6-7-5, and 2-4-4 in conference play. The Pirates will return next season, hungry to make the Big East playoffs once again.
Students and faculty alike packed the University Center, lining up to try their hand at winning a prize and learning about this year’s team.
The junior has started all 15 games she has played in, boasting 11 goals and two assists on the year.
Picozzi and Burke will speak as part of a series from the Center for Sports Media.
Jane McManus, the Executive Director of the Center for Sports Media, worked at ESPN for nearly 10 years, covering the NFL and women’s sports. McManus’ goal in choosing the guests was to make everyone in the crowd feel represented by a speaker.
Midway through the first half, graduate forward Andrea Borg dribbled the ball along the left side and had his eyes set on the box. A slide tackle came in, but no foul was called.
Director of the Center for Sports Management at Seton Hall Charles Grantham sat down with the legend on Sept 18th.
The Pirates sealed their 2nd win of the season and have not finished below second place all season.
Seton Hall placed 11th over the course of the weekend.
The Hall finished 5th of 6th over the course of the tournament.
The Pirates set season-highs in hits and RBIs with 14 for each.
The win gave the Pirates their 30th win of the season.
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.