Dwayne “Tiny” Morton is leaving his position as an assistant at Seton Hall and appears to be headed back to high school.
“I’m a teacher and I’m going back to teach,” Morton told SNY.tv by text Saturday night. 331 more words
Rutgers has the state to itself the opening weekend of men’s division I season. Rutgers host MAAC member Siena while Monmouth spends the weekend in New England, NJIT upstate New York, and Seton Hall heads south for the College of Charleston Tournament. 267 more words
In recent years, the off-season for some athletes have not been the best. Many have resulted in trouble for some. The most current athlete to run into off-season trouble was Ole Miss senior guard Stefan Moody. 373 more words
Let’s take a quick look at the Valley League from Sunday and Monday. I’ll name just the hitter and pitcher of the day and skip the “others of note” due to time constraints. 160 more words
Yesterday, we brought you a story about a high school softball catcher who threw a couple elbows and somehow wasn’t ejected. That got us thinking about other dirty plays in sports from the past year so we’ve put together a list of dirty plays that took place in the last year and were probably worse than that softball catcher. 95 more words
In his first public comments since Derrick Gordon transferred to Seton Hall from UMass, Pirates coach Kevin Willard said he expects Gordon to “help us win games.” 1,118 more words
After a lengthy nationwide search (60 days to be exact from when the search began on March 20th), LIU Brooklyn officially announced their eleventh women’s head basketball coach in Seton Hall assistant coach Stephanie Oliver. 385 more words