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Paris Summer Olympics 2024
Tuesday, July 9, 2024
Poll Finds High Interest for 2024 Summer Olympic Games

One month out, opening ceremonies in Paris, already are attracting unprecedented interest. The Eiffel Tower will serve as a backdrop as teams are introduced on boats cruising down the Seine River.

The Waldis Family
Thursday, June 27, 2024
Establishing Historic Baseball Endowment

Transformational gift of Stephen and Stacy Waldis supports the future of Pirate Baseball. Matching gift challenge honors the lasting impact of Mike Cocco.

a picture of a football ball with $100 bills thrown on it
Friday, February 23, 2024
Sports Poll Finds Slowed Growth for Sports Betting

The Seton Hall Sports Poll showed slowed growth for sports betting and a rising distaste for sports betting advertisements, which 45% of Americans say should be the subject of a federal ban.

a picture of student-athlete with Matt Geibel sitting in front of a laptop
Tuesday, February 20, 2024
Student-Athletes Reach an All-Time High Cumulative GPA

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.

a picture of football players
Thursday, February 15, 2024
Sports Poll on Super Bowl Featured in Media Across US

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.

a picture of a football ball in a stadium at night
Thursday, February 15, 2024
Was NFL Game Streamed on Peacock Wise Gamble? Fans Say Yes

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.

Football players in a game
Thursday, February 8, 2024
Number Planning to Watch Super Bowl Up – Taylor Swift?

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.