SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – The Seton Hall women’s soccer team will play its last two home games of the fall 2021 campaign this week as the Pirates host St. John’s for a game at 6 p.m. Thursday and Georgetown for the senior day on Sunday at 1 p.m. h
All home games are free and open to the public. If entering a building on campus, per the university’s current mandate for indoor masks, all persons (vaccinated and unvaccinated) are required to wear a mask in all indoor, non-residential and academic institutions. on campus, except when alone or at a restaurant.
New for 2021-2022, all PSN and BEDN events that are produced on campus will be distributed on FloSports, one of the world’s leading streaming services. Special Seton Hall rates are only available through this link for fans who wish to subscribe to watch Seton Hall events, at home and away, as well as all other events live on the FloSports platform. . Fans with a .edu school address can purchase a membership for $ 6.99 per month, and all other fans can purchase a membership for $ 12.50 per month. The price excluding Seton Hall on FloSports is normally $ 29.99 per month.
The annual Mary Jennings game will be held on Thursday, honoring the life and legacy of Mary Jennings, a female soccer student-athlete who lost her battle with cancer at the age of 21. Donations will be accepted for a scholarship in Mary’s name to ensure future Seton Hall students can pursue their dreams with the same passion Mary had. The College of Education will host a pre-game reception. There will also be free water, sodas and hot dogs, given to fans by Housing and Residence Life, and free cookies from the Student Alumni Association.
Sunday’s game against Georgetown will be a senior day for 10 Seniors from Seton Hall; Laura Hooper (Watford, England), Lauren Di Pietro (Stoney Creek, Ontario), Dani Brinckman (Glastonbury, Connecticut), Maria Garcia-Lopez (Valencia, Spain), Emilie Arellano (Wadsworth, Ohio), Claudia D’Angelo (Stoney Creek, Ontario), Emma ramsay (Mississauga, Ontario), Marisa DiFonso (JoppÃ©, Maryland), Lizzy kirk (Yardley, Pennsylvania) and Lauren Huff (Brandon, Florida).
- With three games to go, Seton Hall has his most wins in a season since his seven games in 2012.
- The Pirates have won three of their six home games this season and are looking for their first BIG EAST victory at Owen T. Carroll Field.
- In the spring, the Pirates defeated St. John’s, 3-2, on a golden goal from Hooper in overtime.
- The March 27 victory was The Hall’s first victory over St. John’s since 2010.