For Seton Hall, Tulli ended the game with a total of nine kills. Bucciarelli and senior outside hitter Perri Lucas were just behind her with six kills a piece. Nelson stood strong in the back row with 10 digs to round out the night.
Senior outside hitter Bianca Bucciarelli led the Pirates with 11 kills, five digs and three blocks.
Seton Hall currently sits seventh in the BIG EAST with six games remaining.
The team looked to secure an above .500 record with a win.
On Friday evening, the Seton Hall Pirates faced off against the UConn Huskies in their first conference matchup of their 8-6 season. This was the final game of their 3-game road trip before taking on St. John’s back at home.
The Seton Hall volleyball team split their two-game series against Providence to open their Big East season with a win and a loss this past weekend.
Feb. 23, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
Amanda Rachwal’s road to collegiate volleyball started out like most other girls who played on high school and club teams while getting ready to take it to the next level. In Rachwal’s case, it took a call from her mother to Seton Hall Volleyball coach Allison Yaeger to give her a head start on what would be a productive career.
The Big East announced last week that the suspended championships for the fall season have been tentatively rescheduled to take place next spring.
As fall sports in the Big East remain postponed, women’s volleyball head coach Allison Yaeger and senior middle blocker Amanda Rachwal broke down how the team has been training and getting ready to play a spring season under the COVID-19 guidelines.
Per Big East Conference press release, the conference has decided to postpone all sports contests for the upcoming Fall 2020 season. The decision to postpone the remaining in-conference games was made by the BIG EAST COVID-19 Task Force on Wednesday, August 12.
On Thursday, the Big East announced changes to the 2020 regular-season schedules for men’s soccer, women’s soccer, volleyball and field hockey.
With finals approaching and the days getting shorter, it is obvious that fall sports have ended and the winter sports season is upon us. Ironically, Seton Hall’s one indoor fall sport, volleyball, finished its season the Sunday (Nov. 24) before thanksgiving on a high note, defeating the Georgetown Hoyas in Washington, D.C. The season-ending win capped off a rebuilding year for the Pirates, who finished 8-24, including 3-15 in conference play.
The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team fell, 3-2, to the Butler Bulldogs on Friday night after having a 2-0 lead in the match. The Pirates have now lost eight straight games and fall 7-20 for the season. Julia Wilkins led the Pirates with 16 kills on the night and Maggie Cvelbar had a team-high 31 assists.
The 2019 season for Seton Hall women’s volleyball can generously be described as a rebuilding year. The Pirates currently sit at 7-19, including 2-10 in Big East play, merely a week after the de-facto midway point the conference slate. The Pirates have to win all six remaining conference gamesand hope the conference’s upper half team struggle in order to be one of the four squads to qualify for the Big East tournament.