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Bembry Drains Jumper to Advance in Thriller, 66-65

Big East Tournament play continued on Saturday as the Pirates faced Creighton for the last game of the night. In exciting fashion, Seton Hall stole the game and upset the Bluejays with a last-second midrange jumper from Mya Bembry to advance to the semifinals, 66-65. 


Rhoden Scores 19 as Pirates Beat Creighton 65-60

Jared Rhoden scored 19 points in Seton Hall's regular season finale as the Pirates downed the Creighton Blue Jays 65-60 on Saturday to enter the Big East Tournament with a win. Alexis Yetna followed up with his eighth double-double of the season to go with Jamir Harris' 14 points and Tyrese Samuel's 11.

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Seniors Go Out With a Bang as Pirates Down Georgetown 73-68

After two consecutive Senior Night losses, the Pirates have finally sent their senior players out with a win as Seton Hall downed Georgetown 73-68 on Wednesday night. The Hoyas fell to 0-18 in conference play thanks to a 16-point effort from senior Jared Rhoden and an all-around showcase by sophomore Kadary Richmond.


Pirates Pull Out Gritty 66-60 Win Over Butler

It was not pretty by any means, but the Seton Hall Pirates pulled out an all-important 66-60 win over the Butler Bulldogs on Wednesday night. Led by senior Jared Rhoden's 17 points and junior Tyrese Samuel's 14 points, the win propelled the Pirates back to .500 in Big East play at 8-8.

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Pirates Baseball Swept in Three Game Set at UNC

The 2022 college baseball season opened up around the country on February 18th with one of the games being the Seton Hall Pirates visiting the Tar Heels of North Carolina on their home turf, Bashamer Stadium, to a home crowd of just over two thousand.


Park-Lane, Seigrist Battle in Big East Classic

Seton Hall hosted Villanova on Super Bowl Sunday in what became an instant classic for the Big East rivals. Lauren Park-Lane and Maddy Seigrist put on an offensive masterclass, though the Pirates came out victorious, 72-60. 

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