When it comes to champion swimmer Cornelia Jerresand’s future, she sets her sights upward, far above Earth.
Shavar Reynolds Jr.’s time abroad helped shape his athletic future and the way he sees the world.
Seton Hall cross-country runner Cristina Fernandez balances the challenges of her sport with her dream of becoming a doctor.
The COVID-19 pandemic might have altered Lizzie Win’s senior-year golf season, but it did nothing to deter her from her LPGA goals.
Seton Hall’s video game teams are emerging as conference-leading competitors in the growing world of esports — and thanks to a new facility have a well-equipped home on campus.
During his Seton Hall career, Myles Powell often has celebrated after making a big shot, grabbing the front of his jersey to show off the name of his school.
“I came into America thinking, ‘OK, I speak the same language as Americans, so how hard is this going to be?’
Don’t get the wrong idea. Taylor Cutcliff ’19 wouldn’t want to relive the worst months of her life, when doctors told her she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. But Cutcliff, a standout defender during her four years on the Seton Hall women’s soccer team, admits that those frightening days back…
Just a few weeks before he died, former Seton Hall baseball coach Mike Sheppard Sr. ’58 spent the day doing what he’d done throughout his life: watching baseball with his family. His son Rob Sheppard ’92, the current Pirates coach, drove him to watch the scrimmage between Seton Hall Prep, coached by Mike Sheppard Jr.…
Even at a young age, Dagen Hughes felt called toward broadcasting. Since coming to Seton Hall, the College of Communication and the Arts student has explored every avenue of the business, working behind the camera on Pirates games and serving in both play-by-play and analyst roles.