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.
No matter her position on the court, Kaity Healy says she ‘tries to do the little plays that nobody likes to do, like taking a charge, getting a steal, getting a stop on defense.’ When Kaity Healy became captain of Seton Hall’s women’s basketball team three years ago, she hadn’t yet played a single minute…
Back in the summer of 2014, Matt Leon ’18 was finishing up his senior year at Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, with his baseball future very much in doubt.
The sport Patrick Burd ’18 loved as a kid and played for four years at Seton Hall is taking him to England and a professional career overseas.
For anyone seeking the ideal student-athlete — someone who excels in sports, the classroom and the community —it’s difficult to find a better example than Katie Landes ’17.
Michael Nzei grew up in Nigeria, moving to the United States in 2012, just three years after starting to play basketball.
When Alexis Walkden finishes her college softball career in 2018, she will go down as one of the greatest hitters in Seton Hall history.
Elite swimmers often display their skills at a young age, but Noah Yanchulis took a different lane on his way to stardom at Seton Hall.
Angel Delgado was a unaminous first-team All-BIG EAST selection in 2017.