One thing different about this year's Pirates is the introduction of youth. After losing four seniors to graduation and another big man to professional basketball overseas after last season, there were a lot of questions as to how head...Show More Summary
All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Seton Hall at South Florida — CBS Sports Network, 7 p.m. Cleveland State at Virginia — ESPNU, 7 p.m. Appalachian State at Charlotte — American Sports Network, 8 p.m. Duke vs. UConn at East Rutherford, NJ — ESPN, 8 p.m. Show More Summary
Sterling Gibbs eliminated Villanova with this last second shot and never skipped a beat in helping Seton Hall, and the Big East, provide big surprises this season. The seven high major all-conference teams are listed below, and the Big...Show More Summary
Here's a slideshow of some of protests today on campuses all over New Jersey at the same time, including in Newark with NJIT with Seton Hall, Rutgers Newark and Kean University, Montclair State, Rutgers NB, William Paterson, TCNJ at Trenton City Hall. Show More Summary
Highlights, reaction and results from this week in college basketball. For the first time in the 2014-15 season, Kentucky has received all 64 first-place votes in the Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Wildcats, who have been No. 1 since...Show More Summary
Seton Hall may just be the real deal. The Pirates got a serious test in the form of George Washington on Saturday and passed with flying col
2014 Moot Court Rankings: 1. Florida Coastal 2. Georgetown 3. UC-Hastings 4. South Texas 4. Texas Tech 6. Georgia 7. Chicago-Kent 8. Seton Hall 9. Miami 10. Loyola-Chicago 11.Oklahoma 12. Stetson 13. Houston 14. Mississippi 15. Faulkner 16. Emory 17. George Washington 18. Wisconsin 18. Regent 20. San Diego 20....
On Thursday, November 6th, the seminarians of Immaculate Conception Seminary organized a Eucharistic Procession on the grounds of Seton Hall University, led by His Grace Archbishop Bernard Hebda, Coadjutor of the Archdiocese of Newark. Show More Summary
In a paper published in The University of Chicago Law School's Journal of Legal Studies, Michael Simkovic, a professor at Seton Hall University School of Law, and Frank McIntyre, a professor of finance and economics at Rutgers Business School, wanted to know whether it's worth it to go to law......
It's not every year that a top freshman comes to Seton Hall. Isaiah Whitehead is ready for the pressure that comes with the hype. NEW YORK - As he stepped past the crystalline doors of the famed concrete arena that overlooked gloomyShow More Summary
Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall) & Frank McIntyre (Rutgers Business School), The Economic Value of a Law Degree, 43 J. Legal Stud. 249 (2014): We investigate the economic value of a law degree and find that for most law school graduates, the present value of a law degree typically exceeds its...
He built a reputation at Brooklyn's Lincoln High School before he arrived this summer at Seton Hall. And he is confident that how he performs for Pirates coach Kevin Willard is going to get him to the next level.
NEW YORK — There was a time, not too long ago, when Seton Hall was a contender. With P.J. Carlesimo at the helm in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, the Pirates made six consecutive NCAA tournaments from 1987 to 1994. In the season of 1988-89,...Show More Summary
The Daisha Simmons saga has reach its ending, and it’s a happy one (albeit one that could have been reached months ago had saner heads prevailed). After receiving Alabama’s letter of support & additional documentation from Seton Hall, Daisha Simmons granted waiver to play this season. — Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) October 9, 2014 After […]
Seton Hall coach Tony Bozzella said Thursday that Daisha Simmons has been cleared by the NCAA to immediately play basketball for the school.
All Daisha Simmons wanted to do was transfer from Alabama to Seton Hall so she could be closer to her deathly ill brother and struggling mother while playing her final season of college basketball. But Alabama would not agree to the transfer, initially saying that her decision “left little or no time for the women’s […]
The saga of former Alabama basketball player Daisha Simmons looks like it is finally coming to an end. The University of Alabama announced Tuesday night that they had changed course and were supporting Simmons's waiver request to be able to play basketball at Seton Hall this upcoming season. Show More Summary
The University of Alabama has waved a white flag in its battle to prevent women’s basketball player Daisha Simmons from finishing her career at Seton Hall this winter.
Daisha Simmons is a Jersey City resident enrolled in graduate classes at Seton Hall, practicing with the women’s basketball team five days a week and taking her ill brother for dialysis appointments.
Benjamin M. Leff (American), Preventing Private Inurement in Tranched Social Enterprises, 41 Seton Hall L. Rev. ___ (2015): Social Enterprises are organizations that are operated for the dual purpose of engaging in profit-making activity and furthering a social good. Because of their “hybrid” nature, social enterprises are perceived to be...