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Seton Hall Lady Pirates off to a Very Quick Start at Quinnipiac


All seven of the Lady Pirates playing in the Quinnipiac Invitational advanced to at least the Quarterfinal Round after completion of play on Friday. Juniors Hannah Liljekvist and Julia Keenan won their two double matches on the day and have a berth in the Semi-final Round.  On top of that, both advanced as Single players as well.  Liljekvist received More...

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Hackenburg is a player the Rutgers defense will need to worry about. (Via
By Diane Quail On Saturday, September 13th, 2014

Rutgers vs Penn State- Keys to Success for the Scarlet Knights

This game comes down to what team wants it more.  At this level of sports it does not matter who has the better team in general or who has the reputation.  Those are factors of the past.  What matters Saturday More...

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By Travis Mangone On Friday, September 12th, 2014

UCONN QB Casey Cochran Ends Playing Career Following Multiple Concussions

(Getty Images) Surprising news came out of Connecticut this week when starting quarterback Casey Cochran had to end his playing career due to injury.  Recurring concussions throughout his career have sidelined More...

By Tony Griffo On Friday, September 12th, 2014

Seton Hall Ladies Tennis to Open at Quinnipiac

(Via The Seton Hall Lady Pirates are all set to open the season and begin their quest for not only the Big East Championship, but NCAA honors as well. Head Coach Greg Wyzkowski’s squad will be More...

By Tony Griffo On Friday, September 12th, 2014

Blue Hens Sink Pirates with 2 Goals in 38 Seconds

(Via The quest to defeat a Top 25 team was looking good.  The Seton Hall Pirates had a 2-1 lead, goalkeeper Julian Spindler was on the top of his game and there was less than 20 minutes left on the More...

By Robert Monastero On Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Will Rutgers vs Penn State Be Worth Price of Admission?

(Via The product is not worth the price of admission, at least not yet.  Rutgers and Penn State are two solid football teams, but the on-field product is not worth as much as the highly inflated More...

By Tony Griffo On Thursday, September 11th, 2014

The 2014 Ivy League Football Preview

College football season is upon us once again and the oldest conference in the country is the Ivy League.  It is comprised of some of the oldest and most prestigious universities in America. I will preview the More...

By Diane Quail On Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Rutgers Hosts Penn State for First Time in Nearly Sixty Years this Saturday

(Via Although Saturday will be the Scarlet Knight’s Big Ten debut, Rutgers and Penn State are no strangers. The two east coast universities have played each other 24 times and although the More...

By Jesse Goleman On Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Tigers and Red Storm Play to Scoreless Draw

In just their second game of the 2014 season, the Princeton Men’s Soccer team was unable to find the back of the net on Wednesday night as they took on the Red Storm of St. Johns. Junior goalkeeper Ben Hummel More...

By Gregg Snyder On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
0 Comments Week 3 College Football Top 25

The staff was asked to compile their own NCAA Football Top 25 Rankings. After the votes were counted, the official NCAA Top 25 has been revealed. The staff will continue to do More...