Professor BJ Schecter and Assistant Professor Branden Buehler discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the sports media industry.
Longtime civil rights activist and mentor, Reverend Forrest Pritchett, takes center court at the Prudential Center.
The Poll’s findings were featured in media across the globe, including Yahoo Finance, The Dallas Morning News, ESPN and more.
In honor of Black History Month, the legacy of a basketball trailblazer in diversity and inclusion at Seton Hall University.
Influential sportscaster and Seton Hall alum, Richard "Dick" Vitale, celebrates 40 years at ESPN!
Amid changes in the profession, Seton Hall's MSAT continues to yield skilled certified athletic trainers.
The Student Alumni Association is hard at work planning the 11th annual Bounce 'N Trounce!
Seton Hall Sports Poll findings on "image and likeness" pay for college athletes were featured in Washington Post, USA Today.
The Seton Hall Sport Poll findings on league officiating were featured by USA Today, NJ.com, ESPN and Legal Sports Report.
Sports Poll on NBA, China and Hong Kong Featured by Fox Business, ESPN, USA Today, Morning Consult and More.
A Seton Hall Sports Poll on America’s view on legal sports betting was featured in USA Today, Action Network and more.
Sports Poll's results on "Image and Likeness" money were featured by CBS, NBC, MSN, FiveThirtyEight, and Inside Higher Ed.
Pirate athletes and teams have spent time this semester working with Dr. Bryan Price on improving their mental game.
ESPN's Bob Ley '76 was elected to the National Sports Media Association Hall of Fame.
Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17 walks on the sidelines as a sportscaster for the Big East Network.
During an exclusive interview, Pirate TV talked to Laurie Hernandez, two-time Olympic medalist and American gymnast.
Professor Boergers, in the Athletic Training Department, receives $13,965 grant from US Lacrosse for research on managing on-field emergencies.
Pirate Sports Network students develop a new 10-part video series about the personal side of Seton Hall student-athletes.
National Athletic Trainers' Association awards top prize to Seton Hall students for video contest promoting AT profession.
Katherine Cahalin, ’16, chases her passion for photography on and off the soccer field.
Students in the Psychological Studies MA program are to present their research at the NASP conference for sport psychology
According to Inside Higher Ed, if March Madness was based on academic performance Seton Hall would finish in the Elite Eight.
M.S. in Athletic Training alumnus John Baker & current student Taylor Beam discuss the AT profession and SHU’s MSAT program.
Exclusive speaker series blends journalist advice with panel discussions lead by sports industry professionals.
The Poll was featured in Baseball America as part of a unique collaboration with its editor and publisher, B.J. Schecter.