Volleyball freshmen starting off on right foot
Sep25

Volleyball freshmen starting off on right foot

Seton Hall volleyball coach Allison Yaeger lost plenty of firepower at the end of last season. One of the top players in program history, Abby Thelen, graduated. The outside hitter was a constant threat for the Pirates and equally allowed for other players to see more opportunities due to overcompensation by the opposition. Other threats, including Caitlin Koska and Sophia Coffey, also left after their eligibility expired. Thus,...

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Restricted free agent problems may be a blessing for NHL
Sep25

Restricted free agent problems may be a blessing for NHL

Although NHL free agency is not nearly as bombastic and league-altering as it is in the NBA and MLB, there is still plenty of drama to go around to appease the fans. Two summers ago, John Tavares signed a massive, seven-year deal to return home to the Toronto Maple Leaves and transform them into an instant Stanley Cup contender. This past summer, Artemi Panarin and Sergei Bobrovsky spurned the Columbus Blue Jackets for the New York...

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Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational
Sep25

Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team kicked off its fall season at the Nittany Lion Invitational hosted by Penn State over the weekend, finishing third out of 12 teams. The field included Seton Hall and the hosts, Penn State, as well as multiple other teams, two of which were New Jersey rival, Rutgers and Big East opposition Georgetown. Through the first round of play Seton Hall was tied for third place with Rutgers at a score of 298. The...

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Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational
Sep24

Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team kicked off its fall season at the Nittany Lion Invitational hosted by Penn State over the weekend, finishing third out of 12 teams. The field included Seton Hall and the hosts, Penn State, as well as multiple other teams, two of which were New Jersey rival, Rutgers and Big East opposition Georgetown. Through the first round of play Seton Hall was tied for third place with Rutgers at a score of 298. The...

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Johannsdottir finding footing with women’s soccer
Sep18

Johannsdottir finding footing with women’s soccer

In Sept. 2, Seton Hall women’s soccer’s goalkeeper Harpa Johannsdottir was named the Big East Freshman of the Week. She received the honor alongside Offensive Player of the Week Macy Miller of Georgetown, Defensive Player of the Week Meaghan Nally of Georgetown and Goalkeeper of the Week Maddy Henry of Marquette. In terms of the Big East Honor Roll for that week, Johannsdottir was still the only Pirate to get a mention, a dubious...

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New Jersey natives  succeeding at the next  level in college football
Sep18

New Jersey natives succeeding at the next level in college football

The words High School Football typically give people the image of two teams battling on a Friday night in the warm weather of Texas, Florida or California. But since 2000 New Jersey has been making a name for itself on the national high school football scene. The rise of Don Bosco Prep as a national powerhouse turned the eyes of the nation to New Jersey’s football talent and ushered in an era of New Jersey’s best playing at the high...

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Pirates fall to Leigh for third straight loss
Sep16

Pirates fall to Leigh for third straight loss

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team continued its road trip on Saturday as they travelled to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to take on Lehigh. The game resulted in a 1-0 loss for the Pirates, and the defeat puts Seton Hall at a 1-3 record overall and extends its losing streak to three games. The Pirates began the match aggressively by committing a foul within the first few minutes. By the 3rd minute, Seton Hall had already attempted a shot on...

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Men’s golf looks to start the season with a bang
Sep11

Men’s golf looks to start the season with a bang

While the 2018-19 PGA Tour season ended in late August, the 2019-20 Collegiate Golf season is just getting started. Seton Hall officially kicked off the year on September 7th at the 2019 Alex Lagowitz Memorial in Hamilton, New York, and the hype for the season could not be higher. Head coach Clay White’s squad will have a slew of experienced players, including seniors Alex McAuley and Alex Chalk, as well as juniors Gregor Tait and...

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Volleyball sweeps Iona for second win of season
Sep11

Volleyball sweeps Iona for second win of season

The Seton Hall Pirates Volleyball team defeated the Iona Gaels tonight in straight sets, 25-21, 25-22, and 25-13, picking up their second win of the season and rebounding after a tough weekend that saw them lose three of four matches. Senior Hayley Gasser led the Pirates 16 kills, nearly matching her career high of 17, which she achieved in Saturday’s loss to Northeastern. Freshman Reece Koehler continued her excellent start to the...

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From the Touchline to the Runway: The Influence of Soccer on Fashion
Sep11

From the Touchline to the Runway: The Influence of Soccer on Fashion

Paris, Milan, London, New York, Los Angeles. Plus, Buenos Aires, Rome, Prague, Tokyo, Madrid, Munich, Barcelona, and Amsterdam. Photo via Instagram/@tyler_adams14 These cities are cosmopolitan. Trendy. Known for their art, their style, their culture. The capitals and rising powers in the fashion world. Cities home to fashion juggernauts like Givenchy, Dior, Alexander McQueen, Dolce and Gabbana, and Fendi. Cathedrals of the art, where...

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Three major  letdowns from Week 1 of the NFL
Sep11

Three major letdowns from Week 1 of the NFL

The wait is over, and the 2019 NFL season has officially begun. While fans and franchises alike may have been chomping at the bit, not everyone looked to be in midseason form. Questions continued to hover over the Houston Texans and their offensive line during the offseason. Even after trading for Laremy Tunsil, experts should have diverted their concerns to several holes in Houston’s defense. With the departures of both Tyrann...

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NASCAR, once an American pastime, is running out of gas
Sep11

NASCAR, once an American pastime, is running out of gas

On Sunday afternoon, veteran driver and former champion Kevin Harvick stormed to victory in NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a late battle with fan favorite Joey Logano. Late drama further back saw the final two playoff spots change hands in a crash-filled slugfest of a race, one of the sport’s feature events. The drivers did so in front of an estimated 60,000 fans at the racetrack, reversing the...

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