By: Mikael Mogues South Orange—Pirates sweep the Red Storm of St. Johns in three sets Saturday, with all eyes on Tessa Fournier and Dani Schroder leading the way. The Pirates took the first set 17-25, having the lead the entire set. Set two and three were closer finishing 22-25 in the second and 23-25 in … Continue reading Seniors shine as Pirates make quick work of the Red Storm
Protect home court and defend your territory. A common phrase used by teams in sports when discussing what a team should do when playing at their home venue. For the Seton Hall women’s basketball team in the Tony Bozzella era, the Pirates have taken that saying to heart. Over the past three-plus seasons Seton Hall … Continue reading Home Cooking: Walsh Gymnasium proving to be lethal Advantage for SHU
The time has finally arrived. After sitting out the 2015-16 campaign due to NCAA transfer rules, senior guard Jaquan “Quanny” Jackson is ready to show off her skillset in a Seton Hall uniform. “I’m so excited to get out there and play,” Jackson said when asked about the upcoming season. “I love my team I … Continue reading Jackson Ready to Power SHU back to the Tournament
Seton Hall’s men’s basketball team had an up and down thanksgiving week and find themselves up against more stiff competition during the out of conference portion of their schedule. The Pirates lost their top gun (Isaiah Whitehead) from last year to the Brooklyn Nets of the NBA in the2016 NBA Draft. Prior to leaving Seton … Continue reading Pirates Up for the Task?
By: Mikael Mogues Omaha, Nebraska, Home to the College World Series and home of the Big East, Creighton Blue Jays. The Blue Jays had the least amount of errors in the nation in 2014, and in 2016 finished top three lowest in the nation. With 20 full time grounds keepers on staff at TD Ameritrade, … Continue reading Leveling The Playing Field
By: Mikael Mogues Lets get something straight, Eric Duncan was supposed to be the future of New York Yankees baseball. He was supposed to be where A-Rod was, patrolling the “hot corner” and abusing that short porch in Yankee stadium that all lefty power hitters dream of. But that…that is how it was supposed to … Continue reading Dream Deferred, Goal Accomplished
By: Mikael Mogues Many wouldn’t know Jose Lopez walking around campus. Three years removed from college baseball, his presence is felt most within the Seton Hall Athletics department. Even more so, with him being back to finish getting his degree majoring in Spanish, his presence in the baseball locker room is evident. What many people … Continue reading Pez To Pro Ball