Eric Duncan spent four years as an assistant coach for Seton Hall’s baseball team.
The new Hall of Fame welcomes visitors in the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center lobby.
For a time, Joanna Borawski served as the only physical therapist at Afghanistan’s largest air base.
It didn’t take John Fanta long to make an impression on Seton Hall Vice President and Director of Athletics Pat Lyons. As a freshman, Fanta, a broadcasting wunderkind from Westlake, Ohio, sounded so good behind a microphone and proved so determined to master his craft, Lyons says he “used to kid John and say he was going to be a one-and-done.”
Ismael “Ish” Sanogo’s importance to the Seton Hall men’s basketball team can’t be measured in a nightly box score or in the season-ending statistics. As a sophomore on the 2015-16 team, Sanogo averaged just five points per game. But without Sanogo’s contributions, the Pirates would have never become the BIG EAST Conference Tournament champions.
Cross-country running is a far more mentally challenging sport than a physically grueling one, says senior Ryan Flannery. He sees it as a test of character.
Those who aren’t avid volleyball fans may not know what a libero is, or its vital importance to a team’s success. But at Seton Hall, the unique defensive position has been given its due, and the Pirates have nearly perfected it.
Tony Bozzella ’89 uses his credentials and location when he sells the Seton Hall women’s basketball program to recruits. He talks about his up-tempo offense and his reputation as a players’ coach. He points to his record of turning struggling programs into winning ones. And he promotes Seton Hall itself — the academic and athletic…