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Seton Hall handed fourth consecutive loss by St. John's to close out regular season

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.


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After a year of uncertainty, men’s basketball will have a crowd behind them at Senior Night

College Senior Nights were always meant to be a special occasion for the student-athletes who devoted their college careers to their athletic program and school. Four-year Seton Hall veterans Sandro Mamukelashvili, Myles Cale and Shavar Reynolds and graduate transfer Bryce Aiken were always going to have their ceremonious send-off at the final home game of this season, but now it will happen in front of a 1,700-person crowd at the Prudential Center.


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A Senior Night like no other: Mamukelashvili’s final hoorah at the Rock

Sandro Mamukelashvili has seen the likes of Khadeen Carrington, Angel Delgado, Mike Nzei, Myles Powell and Quincy McKnight each be celebrated by thousands of Seton Hall fans on their Senior Nights. Each of those men’s basketball greats played a role in Mamukelashvili’s development as a player, and each has written their name in Seton Hall men’s basketball lore through their four years of commitment to the program.


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After a year of uncertainty, men’s basketball will have a crowd behind them at Senior Night

College Senior Nights were always meant to be a special occasion for the student-athletes who devoted their college careers to their athletic program and school. Four-year Seton Hall veterans Sandro Mamukelashvili, Myles Cale and Shavar Reynolds and graduate transfer Bryce Aiken were always going to have their ceremonious send-off at the final home game of this season, but now it will happen in front of a 1,700-person crowd at the Prudential Center.


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Men's soccer mark Big East season-opener with win over St. John's

Historically, opening day for the Big East regular season has a day to forget for the men's soccer team. Over the last decade, they had lost every single Big East opener to a collection of opponents including St. John's, Providence, DePaul, Creighton and Syracuse. In fact, the last time Seton Hall won their Big East regular season opener was in 2009 with a 3-1 win over Syracuse.


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Seton Hall boost post-season resume with impressive win at Villanova

After a record-breaking win against Xavier on Wednesday night, Seton Hall were looking to add to their post-season resume with an away win over Villanova. Beating the Wildcats would have also seen the Pirates jump their opponents in the Big East regular season standings to fourth and cement one of the top four seeds for the Big East Tournament.


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Record breaking night for women’s basketball in win over Xavier

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team has shown time and time again this season that when they are in top form, they are nearly unstoppable. Unfortunately for Xavier, the Pirates did just that to secure a 43-point win over the Musketeers and take another step towards securing a top three seed for the Big East Tournament.

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