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Seton Hall Pirates Rumors & News
SHUPirates.com Mar 23, 2017
PREVIEW: Seton Hall will return to action this weekend with a three-game series against former BIG EAST opponent Connecticut. The series was originally slated to be played in Storrs, Conn., but will now be played at Owen T. Carroll Field. First pitch of Friday's game is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. ET. The Pirates are coming off a perfect 3-0 homecoming last weekend as part of the Strikeout Cancer Classic at Owen T. Carroll Field. The Hall defeated Manhattan, 7-2, behind the strong pitching of Zach Prendergast on Friday. On Saturday, the Seton Hall scored four runs in the bottom of the...
SHUPirates.com Mar 23, 2017
South Orange, N.J. – The Seton Hall women's soccer team has announced eight friendly matches on the road this spring beginning with doubleheader against Fairleigh Dickinson and Fordham on Friday, March 24 beginning at 6:25 p.m.
Seton Hall's weekend series against Connecticut, originally scheduled to be played in Storrs, Conn., will now be played at Owen T. Carroll Field. Additionally, all three games will have a free limited video stream provided by the Pirate Sports Network at SHUpirates.com. The revised schedule is below.
Kansas City, Mo. - Seton Hall men's basketball juniors Angel Delgado (Bajos De Haina, Dominican Republic) and Khadeen Carrington (Brooklyn, N.Y.) have earned recognition from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and its All-District teams, the organization announced Wednesday. Delgado was voted onto the first team, and Carrington was voted onto the second team.
Seton Hall University's mission is to prepare students to be leaders in their profession and community while living in a global society. One way students can gain valuable experience is by participating in one of the many mission trips offered by the institution.
SHUPirates.com Mar 20, 2017
NEW YORK – For the second time this season, the Seton Hall softball team swept the BIG EAST weekly awards, the league announced on Monday (March 20). Sophomores Destini Peck (Riverside, Calif.) and Madison Strunk (Adkins, Texas) were named Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, while Noel Lent (Yaphank, N.Y.) earned a spot on the weekly honor roll following a 4-0 week for The Hall.
SHUPirates.com Mar 19, 2017
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Freshman Sammie Staudt (Coatesville, Pa.) shot a team-best 5-over-par, 77, in Sunday's final round to finish second overall and lift the Pirates to a third place team finish at the Low Country Intercollegiate. Staudt turned in a career-best performance with an 11-over-par, 78-77-155, to place second among 95 individual golfers. She finished just five strokes behind the individual champion, Presbyterian's Celia Mansour. It is Staudt's first career top-10 and top-5 finish. Collectively, Seton Hall placed third with a 68-over-par, 320-324-644. The Pirates...
SHUPirates.com Mar 19, 2017
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Junior Shane McCarthy (Fair Haven, N.J.) allowed only two hits over five shutout innings as the Seton Hall baseball team blanked Lehigh, 3-0, in the finale of the Strikeout Cancer Classic on Sunday. The Pirates took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning and it turned out to be all the offense they needed. With Matt Toke (Three Bridges, N.J.) on second base, Mike Alescio (Fair Haven, N.J.) singled through the left side to drive in the first run of the game. In the sixth inning, the Pirates struck for two insurance runs. With two outs, Alescio walked. ...
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Freshman Sammie Staudt (Coatesville, Pa.) fired a 6-over-par, 78, in the opening round of the 2017 Low Country Intercollegiate on Saturday and has the Seton Hall women's golf team tied for second. Staudt is currently tied for ninth place among 96 individual golfers and trails Presbyterian College's Celia Mansour by five strokes for the individual lead entering Sunday's final round. Collectively, the all five Pirates played well. They are tied for second with High Point, Quinnipiac and USC Upstate, and trail the team leader, Dalton State, by just one stroke...
With the score tied at three, the Seton Hall baseball team scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat Manhattan, 7-3, on Saturday.
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – The Seton Hall softball team (12-9-1) continued play in the Inaugural Pirate Invitational on Saturday, defeating Saint Peter's (0-6) in five innings at Mike Sheppard, Sr. Field. The 11-2 triumph was The Hall's third in three contests on day two of the first regular-season tournament ever hosted by Seton Hall.
South Orange, N.J. - Seton Hall men's & women's swimming & diving head coach Ron Farina has decided to step down from his position to pursue new opportunities, Director of Athletics Pat Lyons announced Saturday. Farina served as the Pirates head coach for 17 years and is coming off of leading the men's team to its first-ever BIG EAST Championship victory.
Chatham, N.J. – The Seton Hall women's tennis team fell in the opening doubles flight but responded with back-to-back wins to earn the point, and went a perfect 6-0 in singles play to record a 7-0 sweep of Villanova in the spring season home opener at CenterCourt Sports on Friday afternoon.
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Hosting a regular season tournament for the first time in the history of its program, the Seton Hall softball team (11-9-1) notched a pair of wins on day one of the Inaugural Pirate Invitational at Mike Sheppard, Sr. Field. The Pirates took down Brown (1-11) in five innings before a tight win over Iona (6-9) on Friday afternoon.
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Senior Zach Prendergast (Horsham, Pa.) pitched six strong innings and junior Ryan Ramiz (Freehold, N.J.) had three hits as the Seton Hall baseball team defeated Manhattan, 7-2, in the first game of the Strikeout Cancer Classic on Friday. Manhattan was aided by a pair of early Seton Hall errors to score unearned runs in both the top of the first and second to take a 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the second, the Pirates cut the Jaspers' lead in half on an RBI groundout by Mike Caputo (Morganville, N.J.). Turning Point: Trailing 2-1, Seton Hall took the lead for good...