NCAA Division l Varsity Sports
There is almost nothing more thrilling than Pirate athletics. Seton Hall is home to 17 NCAA Division I intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports teams and is a charter member of the BIG EAST conference — giving you the opportunity to see college athletics at its most competitive level. Professional athletes such as Maurice “Mo” Vaughn of the New York Mets, Shana Williams 1996 and 2000 United States Track Olympian and Adrian Griffin of the Chicago Bulls honed their skills and elevated their game to the national stage on Seton Hall athletic teams.
Looking for a way to play sports competitively, but not at the varsity level? A club sport may be just the ticket! Club sports allow participants to learn a new sport, meet people with similar interests and maintain a competitive outlet. Seton Hall offers three club sports: ice hockey, volleyball and rugby. The teams practice regularly and compete with other colleges and universities with club teams.
Seton Hall's Recreation Center, also known as the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center, serves the recreational and fitness needs of the Seton Hall community. Here students can work out on cardio machines in the Blue Room, get their heart pumping in an aerobics class, play racquetball, go for a swim in our Olympic sized pool, run on the indoor track or tear-up the six indoor basketball courts.
Intramural sports are a great way to get involved, make friends and get a workout! Designed for students of all skill levels who just like to play sports, intramurals allow students to experience structured individual or team competition at any level. Seton Hall offers more than 18 different intramural sports to play. Just grab people from your dorm or off The Green and form your own team.