Seton Hall student-athletes continue to excel in their sport and in the classroom. The cumulative Fall 2023 grade point average (GPA) for all student-athletes reached an all-time high of an 3.518.
Among self-described sports fans, the Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 42 percent said they watched the game – 48 percent of those who watched did not have a subscription to Peacock before the game.
Findings from the Sports Poll were featured by more than 135 NPR stations and on BBC, AOL, ESPN, The Athletic, Yahoo, PR NEWS, Forbes, Business Insider, Sports Business Journal, Daily Mail and more.
Offered this summer, the new Sports Media and Business Academy will provide high school students the opportunity to gain insights into the intricate business aspects of sports.
The latest Sports Poll found that 41% of 18-34 year-olds say Taylor Swift’s presence is Influencing the decision to watch; nearly 3/4 say they pay more attention to Super Bowl commercials - and more.
Student Services hosted a Pirate Game Watch Party on January 27 in the University Center. More than 89 students participated in the event, which included refreshments and raffle prizes.
Join the Student Alumni Association for the 15th Annual Bounce 'N Trounce on Wednesday, February 7th from 10:30 AM-4:30 PM in the University Center Events Room!
Professor Branden Buehler published Front Office Fantasies: The Rise of Managerial Sports Media (University of Illinois Press).
Professional basketball announcer and current analyst for ESPN and NBA on ABC, Doris Burke will visit Seton Hall and speak with former ESPN and Fox Sports commentator, Bob Picozzi '72.
B.J. Schecter, Associate Director of the Center for Sports Media in the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media, has been appointed Interim Executive Director of the Center.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll and Marketing Professor Daniel Ladik, the poll’s chief methodologist, were featured in a Wall Street Journal article on student-athlete pay.
A thought leader in women’s sport, Center for Sports Media’s executive Director, Jane McManus, featured within a week period on three top media outlets.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 30 percent of Americans surveyed will watch or follow FIFA’s 32-nation soccer tournament – a number that grows to 46 percent among sports fans.
Seton Hall announces its plans to construct a new state-of-the-art Basketball Practice Facility for student-athletes.
Findings from the most recent Seton Hall Sports Poll on the new Major League Baseball season and its historic rule changes were featured in Forbes, The Athletic and FiveThirtyEight.
More Than Half of Americans Say ‘Yes’ to Student-Athletes Payments for Revenue Generating Sports; Number Rises to 62 Percent for Sports Fans
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that more than half of Americans say ‘yes’ to payments for student-athletes in revenue generating Sports; number rises to 62 percent for sports fans.