Seton Hall Athletics facilities have been transformed over the last 10 years to give student-athletes what they need for intercollegiate competition at the highest level while they enjoy an enhanced experience that prepares them for life after graduation. From weight training and rehabilitation to academic support and mental wellness to sport-specific instruction, students have a…
After just about any Seton Hall women’s basketball game, when both teams are in the locker room and the court has been cleared, you might still see one player on the sidelines, mugging for pictures and signing autographs, mostly with young girls.
Jane McManus, executive director of the Center for Sports Media, is preparing sports journalists to thrive in an evolving media landscape.
How the Seton Hall student-athlete experience turned one student into a leader for everyone.
Gregor Tait ’21 helped Seton Hall win its first BIG EAST golf tournament in 22 years with one of the greatest individual rounds in University history. But it was a gesture of remarkable sportsmanship that made him a true standout.
Sports change the lives of thousands of women, creating memories and connections that last forever. Title IX made all these events possible.
Jerry Walker ’03 first found his success on the basketball court. Now he’s creating a pathway to achievement for students in the classroom.
Since retiring from ESPN, sportscaster Bob Ley ’76 has lent his considerable talents to helping shape the future of sports media education at Seton Hall.