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Review 2012 Match Recaps Schedule/Results 201 BIG EAST Tournament 2012 Statistics

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Records Year-by-Year Records All-Time Coaching Records Career Records Single-Season Records

COACHES Head Coach, Greg Wyzykowski

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PIRATES Pirates Senior Karina Cordero Junior Rocio Portela Junior Chloe Sher Sophomore Anna Guryanova Sophomore Maria Rodriguez Sophomore Madison Shoemaker Freshman Julia Keenan Freshman Alex Landert

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Seton Hall University Campus Life New York City President, A. Gabriel Esteban Director of Athletics, Patrick Lyons Athletics Directory Athletics Support Staff Academic Center Academic Success Athletic Training Strength & Conditioning BIG EAST Conference Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame Pirate Blue Athletic Fund Notable Alumni

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Senior Karina Cordero

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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION LOCATION South Orange, N.J. FOUNDED 1856 PRESIDENT Dr. A Gabriel Esteban FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE Dr. Laura Schoppmann ENROLLMENT 9,700 COLORS Blue & White NICKNAME Pirates MASCOT Pirate FACILITY SHU Varsity Courts, Baird Courts (South Orange, N.J.) CONFERENCE BIG EAST Conference

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS / REC. SERVICES DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR SR. ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / SWA ASSOC. ATH. DIR. / DEVELOPMENT/EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ASSOC. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / FACILITIES ASST. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / FACILITIES ASSOC. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / REC. SERVICES ASST. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / COMPLIANCE ASST. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / BUSINESS AFFAIRS DIRECTOR OF TICKET OPERATIONS DIRECTOR OF TICKET SALES ASST. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / MARKETING & PROMOTIONS

Patrick Lyons Duane Bailey Jimmy O’Donnell Kim Keenan-Kirkpatrick Bryan Felt Kevin Sponzo Dan Velez Kathy Matta Bridgette Cahill Loren Peterson James Semerad Richard Bello Kelly O’Neil

TENNIS INFORMATION HEAD COACH ALMA MATER, YEAR RECORD AT SETON HALL TENNIS OFFICE PHONE

Greg Wyzykowski NJIT 29-65 (five seasons) (973) 761-7946

Junior Rocio Portela teamed with Chloe Sher to climb to the top of SHU’s career doubles wins list last season.

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Adam Satz adam.satz@shu.edu (973) 761-7453 (973) 902-2227 (973) 761-9061 www.shupirates.com

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Matthew Sweeney Vincent Novicki Adam Satz Ann Marie Vasquez (973) 761-9493

TEAM INFORMATION 2012 RECORD 2012 BIG EAST RECORD 2012 BIG EAST FINISH 2012 POST SEASON LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST NEWCOMERS

7-15 3-7 T-11th BIG EAST Tournament, First round 6/2 2

MAILING ADDRESS SETON HALL UNIVERSITY Seton Hall Athletics Department Athletics Communications 400 South Orange Avenue South Orange, NJ 07079

COVERS AND CREDITS PROGRAM HISTORY ALL-TIME RECORD ALL-TIME BIG EAST RECORD

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n the heels of its most successful season in recent memory, the Seton Hall tennis program is set to begin the fall portion of their 2012-13 schedule as they travel to the Quinnipiac Invitational this weekend. Last year, SHU ended a five-year postseason drought by earning a bid to the BIG EAST Tournament while Chloe Sher (Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong) became the first Pirate to earn All-BIG EAST Women’s Tennis Team honors. Entering his sixth season, head coach Greg Wyzykowski believes this year’s squad is more than capable of continuing to elevate the program towards becoming a consistent power within the conference and region. “This could be the deepest lineup we have had since I have been here,” said Wyzykowski. “What that does is, not only can we field a stronger lineup in tournaments and matches, but it keeps some pressure on the girls in practice as well. They push each other and it forces everyone to raise their games because they know that no one’s spot is safe from match to match.” Two new additions that have added depth to the squad are freshmen Julia Keenan (Greenland, N.H.) and Alex Landert (Naples, Fla.), both of whom have come to South Orange following distinguished high school careers. Keenan joins the Pirates after an unprecedented run of success at St. Thomas Aquinas, finishing a four-year varsity career without a single blemish on her singles or doubles record. Last spring, she became New Hampshire’s first four-time singles champion, adding that distinction to a ledger that already included two doubles and two team state crowns. At the culmination of an immaculate run, Keenan was named 2012 New Hampshire Player of the Year and graduated as the #1 ranked player in the state. A five-star recruit that was rated as high as 66th nationally and 10th in a talent-rich player pool in the state of Florida; Landert has also displayed the ability that could enable her to be an instant contributor in her debut season. A native of Zurich, Switzerland, she put together an impressive junior resume, winning four national tournaments before moving to the United States and spending her senior year at Naples High School.

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“Julia and Alex can definitely step in and play a large role for us from the start,” Wyzykowski said. “They are both talented players whose most immediate impact will probably be on the doubles court. Both girls have a skill set that suits doubles tennis well and that should translate into improved results for us. I am excited about the prospect of being able to feature three really quality pairs this year and they are a big part of that.” Keenan and Landert will look to follow in the footsteps of sophomores Anna Guryanova (Moscow, Russia), Maria Rodriguez (Bogota, Colombia) and Madison Shoemaker (Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia) who all played prominent roles for the Pirates last season during their freshmen campaigns. Guryanova came out on top nearly 65 percent of her singles appearances last season. She also teamed with Rodriguez to post a winning doubles record as part of a pair that recorded the second most doubles wins for SHU in 2011-12. Rodriguez also had her own measure of singles success, defeating Guryanova to win the D flight title at the Quinnipiac Invitational and finishing the year with more wins than any Pirate not named Chloe Sher. Shoemaker also contributed to the team’s ascent, ranking third on the team with eight wins during the spring season. She also frequently teamed with graduated senior Elizabeth Verow to form the squad’s #2 doubles tandem. Together, Shoemaker and Verow qualified for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional Tournament in the fall and secured several key dual match victories, helping the Pirates secure an elusive berth in the conference tournament. “Nothing our sophomores go up against this year is going to surprise them,” Wyzykowski stated. “I think with a year of experience under their belts, they know what is expected of them and are all ready to take the next step for us. Right now, I see Maddy teaming with Julia to form one of our better doubles duos. Anna and Maria have proven that they can be contributors and having them available is going to make us a difficult team to contend with.” While the team will enjoy the benefits associated with added depth, Sher and classmate Rocio Portela (Demetrio Vega Baja, Puerto Rico) will once again play the protagonists for the Pirates. Entering their third season in blue and white, Portela

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“Karina has already shown she has what it takes to be an effective leader for us,” said Wyzykowski. “She has displayed a willingness to do whatever the team needs and has transitioned nicely into her new role. In terms of her game, I have also seen marked improvement there as well. She has an energy that has been infectious and I believe she will have her best year this season and continue to push the team as we progress through our schedule.” The 2012 fall schedule features four tournament dates as well as a home dual match against Fairleigh Dickinson on Tuesday, October 16. The Pirates will make trips to Quinnipiac and Navy for the second consecutive year before participating in the USTA Collegiate Invitational at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, N.Y. Following the head-to-head matchup with FDU, Seton Hall will close the fall at the ITA Regional Tournament. “The fall season is important for us because it gives the girls a chance to go out there and compete against someone else,” said Wyzykowski. “Our team understands the importance of these tournaments because their performance carries heavy implications in terms of seeding in future tournaments, rankings and who gets an invitation to the ITAs. I’m looking for us to go out there, compete well and continue to produce strong results. How we play in the fall will also help shape our lineup for the spring.” “I’m glad that I was able to schedule a dual match again this fall as well,” Wyzykowski continued. “The thought process there is two-fold. It is an opportunity to test our lineup while giving the team a chance to experience the head-to-head format prior to the spring season. It also helps us avoid a long layoff and keeps the team sharp as we gear up for the ITA Regionals. All in all, I’m excited and I think the team is too. The team is dedicated, having fun, and we are all looking forward to another good year.”

Senior Karina Cordero (Maracay Estado Aragua, Venezuela) rounds out the 2012-13 squad. An extremely experienced player who has been a consistent force in the Pirates’ lineup throughout her career, Cordero will be assuming a new role as team captain. As a junior, she posted a perfect singles record in the fall and took home the C flight singles title from the Quinnipiac Invitational. At the same tournament, she teamed with her former partner Courtney Kilarski to capture the B flight doubles hardware. As the lone senior in this year’s lineup Coach Wyzykowski believes Cordero’s leadership will be a vital component of the Pirates’ success this season. INTRO

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NAME CLASS HOMETOWN PREVIOUS SCHOOL Karina Cordero

Senior

Maracay Estado Aragua, Venezula

U.E. Calicantina

Anna Guryanova

Sophomore

Moscow, Russia

Gymnasium 1520

Julia Keenan

Freshman

Greenland, N.H.

St. Thomas Aquinas

Alex Landert

Freshman

Naples, Fla.

Naples High School

Rocio Portela

Junior

Demetrio Vega Baja, Puerto Rico

Broward Virtual

Maria Rodriguez

Sophomore

Bogota, Colombia

The English School

Chloe Sher

Junior

Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong

Diocesan Girls School

Madison Shoemaker

Sophomore

Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia

Foothill High School (Calif.)

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BINGHAMTON BEARCATS

NJIT HIGHLANDERS

Saturday, February 2 West Point, N.Y. • 11:00 a.m.

Sunday, February 3 West Point, N.Y. • 10:00 a.m.

Friday, February 15 Newark, N.J. • 6:00 p.m.

Location: West Point, N.Y. Enrollment: 4,400 Conference: Patriot League Web Site: goARMYsports.com Facility: Lichtenberg Tennis Center Athletics Director: Boo Corrigan

2011-12 Record: 10-13 Postseason: America East Semis

Location: Newark, N.J. Enrollment: 7,111 Conference: Great West Web Site: njithighlanders.com Facility: Naimoli Family Facility Athletics Director: Head Coach: Michael Sowter Record at NJIT (Yrs): 42-28 (3) Overall Record (Yrs): 59-54 (5) Assistant Coaches: Carmen Stewart Bernie Jones 2011-12 Record: 21-3 Postseason: Great West Champions

PRINCETON TIGERS

TOWSON TIGERS

NAVY MIDSHIPMEN

Sunday, February 17 Princeton, N.J. • 10:00 a.m.

Saturday, February 23 Annapolis, Md. • 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, February 24 Annapolis, Md. • 3:00 p.m.

Location: Annapolis, Md. Enrollment: 4.400 Conference: Patriot League Web Site: navysports.com Facility: Naval Academy Tennis Courts Athletics Director: Chet Gladchuk

Head Coach: Paul Peck Record at Army (Yrs): 319-170 (18) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Christa Macsay, Martha Rowley 2011-12 Record: 22-7 Postseason: NCAA First Round

Location: Princeton, N.J. Enrollment: 5,249 Conference: Ivy League Web Site: goprincetontigers.com Facility: Lenz Tennis Center Athletics Director: Gary Walters Head Coach: Laura Granville Record at Princeton (Yrs): First Season Overall Record (Yrs): First Season Assistant Coach: Sadhaf Fath

2011-12 Record: 12-10 Postseason: None

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Location: Vestal, N.Y. Enrollment: 14,746 Conference: America East Web Site: bubearcats.com Facility: West Gym Courts Athletics Director: Patrick J. Elliott Head Coach: Libby McGovern Record at Binghamton (Yrs): 22-22 (2) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coach: Rick Heichemer

Location: Towson, Md. Enrollment: 21,464 Conference: Colonial Athletic Assoc. Web Site: towsontigers.com Facility: Towson Center Courts Athletics Director: Mike Waddell Head Coach: Doug Neagle Record at Towson (Yrs): 30-40 (3) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coach: Robin Hubbard

2011-12 Record: 12-13 Postseason: CAA First Round

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Head Coach: Keith Puryear Record at Navy (Yrs): 55-17 (4) Overall Record (Yrs): 270-144 (21) Assistant Coaches: Ale Pedergnana Carmen Jackman 2011-12 Record: 20-3 Postseason: Patriot League Finals

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UC-SAN DIEGO TRITONS

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Saturday, March 2 Fairfield, Conn. • 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 5 San Diego, Calif. • 2:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 6 San Diego, Calif. • 4:00 p.m.

Location: Fairfield, Conn. Enrollment: 3,300 Conference: MAAC Web Site: fairfieldstags.com Facility: Walsh Athletic Tennis Courts Athletics Director: Eugene P. Doris

Location: Costa Mesa, Calif. Enrollment: Conference: Golden State Athletic Conference (NAIA) Web Site: vanguardlions.com Facility: Costa Mesa Tennis Center Athletics Director: Bob Wilson

Head Coach: Ed Paige Record at Fairfield (Yrs): 80-56-1 (6) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Kelly Niznansky Dan Sauter 2011-12 Record: 14-7 Postseason: NCAA First Round

Location: La Jolla, Calif. Enrollment: 29,324 Conference: None (NCAA Division II) Web Site: ucsdtritons.com Facility: Northview Tennis Courts Athletics Director: Earl W. Edwards Head Coach: Liz LaPlante Record at UCSD (Yrs): 500-224 (33) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Tavi Popaluca Samantha Young 2011-12 Record: 8-15 Postseason: None

Head Coach: Mattias Johansson Record at Vanguard (Yrs): 196-98 (12) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coach: Brittnie Furuvald

2011-12 Record: 10-15 Postseason: NAIA Second Round

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PROVIDENCE FRIARS

Saturday, March 23 Syracuse, N.Y. • 10:00 a.m.

Sunday, March 24 Syracuse, N.Y. • 10:00 a.m.

Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Enrollment: 12,750 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: suathletics.com Facility: Drumlins Athletics Director: Dr. Daryl Gross

Thursday, March 7 San Diego, Calif. • 8:00 p.m. Location: San Diego, Calif. Enrollment: 3,600 Conference: Pac West (NCAA Division II) Web Site: plnusealions.com Facility: PLNU Tennis Courts Athletics Director: Ethan Hamilton Head Coach: Rich Hillis Record at PLNU (Yrs): 335-177 (21) Overall Record (Yrs): 355-198 (23) Associate Head Coach: Art Wilmore

2011-12 Record: 16-6 Postseason: NAIA First Round

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Head Coach: Luke Jensen Record at Syracuse (Yrs): 91-46 (6) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Shelley George Len Lopoo 2011-12 Record: 14-6 Postseason: BIG EAST First Round

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Location: Providence, R.I. Enrollment: 3,600 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: friars.com Facility: Peterson Recreation Center Athletics Director: Robert Driscoll Jr. Head Coach: Kyle LaBranche Record at Providence (Yrs): 23-53 (4) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coach: Becky Ricci

2011-12 Record: 7-10 Postseason: None

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Thursday, March 28 South Orange, N.J. • 12:00 p.m.

Friday, April 5 South Orange, N.J. • 2:00 p.m.

Sunday, April 7 Storrs, Conn. • 12:00 p.m.

Location: Washington, D.C. Enrollment: 7,590 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: guhoyas.com Facility: McDonough Outdoor Complex Athletics Director: Lee Reed Head Coach: Gordie Ernst Seasons at Georgetown: Six Assistant Coaches: Matthew Brooklyn Stephanie Wetmore 2011-12 Record: 16-6 Postseason: BIG EAST Second Round

Location: Villanova, Pa. Enrollment: 6,394 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: villanova.com Facility: Villanova Tennis Complex Athletics Director: Vince Nicastro

Location: Storrs, Conn. Enrollment: 22,301 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: uconnhuskies.com Facility: UConn Tennis Courts Athletics Director: Warde Manuel

RUTGERS SCARLET KNIGHTS

ST. JOHN’S RED STORM

Wednesday, April 10 Piscataway, N.J. • 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 13 South Orange, N.J. • 1:00 p.m.

Location: Piscataway, N.J. Enrollment: 42,327 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: scarletknights.com Facility: Rutgers Tennis Complex Athletics Director: Tim Pernetti Head Coach: Ben Bucca Record at Rutgers (Yrs): 118-85 (9) Overall Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Hilary Ritche Geralyn Molinari 2011-12 Record: 13-10 Postseason: BIG EAST Quarterfinals

Location: Queens, N.Y. Enrollment: 15,720 Conference: BIG EAST Web Site: redstormsports.com Facility: The Courts at St. John’s Athletics Director: Chris Monasch

Thursday, April 18 Sunday, April 21 USF Varsity Courts • Tampa, Fla. Hosts: USF

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Head Coach: Steve Reiniger Seasons at Villanova: 15

2011-12 Record: 6-15 Postseason: None

2011-12 Record: 6-10 Postseason: BIG EAST First Round

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2012 Women’s Champions

Head Coach: Taka Bertrand Record at St. John’s (Yrs): First Season Overall Record (Yrs): First Season Graduate Assistant: Daria Sekerina

2011-12 Record: 6-13 Postseason: BIG EAST First Round

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Greg WYZYKOWSKI Head Coach Sixth Season Alma Mater: NJIT

Greg Wyzykowski returns for his sixth season as head coach of the Seton Hall women’s tennis program. Wyzykowski joined the Pirates after spending the 2006-07 season as an assistant coach with the Fairleigh Dickinson men’s and women’s tennis teams. In his five years with the Pirates, 70 percent of players have improved their results from their freshman season to their senior years. In 2011-12, Wyzykowski led SHU to a BIG EAST Tournament berth and Chloe Sher, then just a sophomore, became the first Seton Hall player to be named to the All-BIG EAST Women’s Tennis team. Sher, who put together a 4-1 record during against opponents who were ranked either regionally or nationally during the season, finished the year rated as the #17 player in the Northeast region by the ITA. Also under Wyzykowski’s guidance, Sher teamed with Rocio Portela to become the winningest doubles duo in school history in just their second year of competition. The Pirates also enjoyed a previously unmatched level of success in fall tournaments in 2011 and 2012. Over the past two years, Seton Hall players have captured a total of 10 titles during the autumn. Seton Hall has also had half the squad selected to participate in the ITA Regional Tournament on both occassions over that span. Wyzykowski’s teams have also excelled in the classroom. Collectively, the team has qualified for the ITA Academic Award each season. Several players have also received academic recognition from the BIG EAST. Most recently, all eight members of the 2011-12 squad received BIG EAST Academic All-Star distinction. In Fall 2012, the women’s tennis team boasted the highest collective GPA among

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Seton Hall’s 14 varsity athletic programs and boasted the highest cumulative GPA for active roster members as well. In his year with the Knights, Wyzykowski helped lead FDU to a NEC Championship along with an NCAA Tournament appearance. In July of 2008, Wyzykowski was a coach for Under-14 boys and girls at the USTA Eastern Zonal Competition. His boys squad took the gold medal at the event. His previous collegiate experience includes launching a women’s tennis program at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, N.J., where he spent seven seasons. In 2005-06, he earned him CACC Coach of the Year honors and was conference’s women’s tennis chairperson during its inaugural season. Wyzykowski resurrected the women’s tennis program at Brookdale Community College where he was head coach for three years. He also coached in the high school ranks at South River for 11 years, where he was selected Coach of the Year twice, and Shore Regional for an additional six seasons. Wyzykowski has also served on the ITA/NCAA Division II women’s ranking committee in 2005-06, and a former head pro at Rumson Country Club. Wyzykowski is a United States Professional Tennis Association certified instructor and is a member of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. He also served on the United States Tennis Association middle states collegiate committee. In 2011, Wyzykowski served as part of the BIG EAST Championship tennis committee.

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2011-12: Overall: 7-15 BIG EAST: 3-6* *BIG EAST Tournament qualifier

2010-11: Overall: 6-16 BIG EAST: 3-8

2009-10: Overall: 6-11 BIG EAST: 1-7

2008-09: Overall: 8-11 BIG EAST: 3-7

2007-08: Overall: 2-12 BIG EAST: 2-10 Overall Record: 29 W - 65 L Conference Record: 12 W - 38 L 1 Conference Tournament appearance

Wyzykowski is a graduate of the New Jersey Institute of Technology and currently resides in Howell, N.J.

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Karina CORDERO Senior Maracay Estado Aragua, Venezuela U.E. Calicantina AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Went 4-0 in singles in the fall...Won the “C” flight title at the Quinnipiac Invitational, defeating Quinnipiac’s Michelle Dassa in straight sets in the final, becoming the first Pirate to win a title at the event...Topped Caitlin Bricketto of Manhattan for her first win of the spring...Followed her win with a victory over Joneisa Williams of Saint Peter’s...Downed Providence’s Taylor Corder for her first BIG EAST win of the season...BIG EAST Academic All-Star AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Placed second in “C” singles at the Quinnipiac Invitational during the fall... Also teamed with Belfin Sunbul to place second in “B” doubles of Quinnipiac Invitational... Topped Pittsburgh’s Karma Parbhu in straight sets to earn first conference singles victory of season. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Earned her first collegiate win over St.Peter’s Linnea Jawsson (64, 6-1)...Won four straight singles match to begin her season... Helped the Pirates defeat Navy by winning her singles match against Dyuti Das (6-4, 6-3). Gained recognition with doubles partner, Weerasinghe, for the most doubles wins in a single season. HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Ranked No. 1 in singles and doubles in the Venezuelan state of Aragua in the U-18 and U-16 divisions from 2006-09... No. 1 ranked player in Central Region for U-16’s in 2008... Top ranked U-18 player in the Venezuela in 2008... Awarded Athlete of the Year by Arugua State Government’s Association of Tennis... Received Academic Excellence Award by Unidad Educativa Calicantina in 2009... Diplomacy and International Relations major...Born May 20, 1992.

Senior captain Karina Cordero will lead the Pirates in 2013

CORDERO’S CAREER STATISTICS Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 ITA Total

Doubles #1 #2 #3 ITA Total

2009-10 - 1-1 3-2 4-12 1-2 -

- 9-17

2009-10 1-1 1-2 8-9 - 10-12

2010-11 - 1-2 3-1 1-0 2-4 2-5 - 9-12

2010-11 - 3-1 7-11 - 10-12

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2011-12 - 1-1 2-4 - 3-5

- 3-3 2-11 0-1 -

- 5-15

CAREER 1-1 5-4 17-24 23-29

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Rocio PORTELA Junior Demetrio Vega Baja, Puerto Rico Broward Virtual AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Opened the year with a straight-set win over Ashley Harel of Hartford in the Quinnipiac Invitational “A” flight...Outlasted Manhattan’s Hilary Valenzuela in three sets for her first win of the spring...Scored a win over Pittsburgh’s Gabrielle Cantanzariti in the number two position...Teamed with Chloe Sher to form Pirates’ top doubles team...Advanced to second round of the ITA Regional Tournament in doubles...Part of a duo that racked up 13 consecutive wins in the spring and went 7-1 against BIG EAST opponents...Along with Sher, set a new SHU records for doubles wins as a pair in a single season...The tandem also broke the school’s career record for wins as a team, surpassing the previous record with a win over Jennifer Holzberg and Vanessa Petrini of Rutgers... BIG EAST Academic All-Star AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11): Competed primarily in the No. 2 singles position and No. 1 doubles slot... Paired with Chloe Sher at ITA Regionals and advanced to second round... Won spring debut against Marist’s Erin McCarthy in three sets... Earned first BIG EAST singles win over Allison Solberg from Villanova. HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Reached number one in her country in the under-14 division... Moved to Weston, Fla. to train with coach Gustavo Granitto at his academy... Has represented Puerto Rico at the World Junior Tennis Championships and Junior Fed Cup... Played in number two position at the Junior Fed Cup Pre-Qualifying event (16 and under) and won all of her matches to help the team reach the finals... Participated in the National Puerto Rican Open, which is a prestigious national tournament where Puerto Rican players who are in college and on the WTA tour come back to play in a national championship. In this event, she reached the semifinals three times and the doubles final twice... Diplomacy major...Born April 3, 1992 2013 could be a breakout year for Rocio Portela at the top of the SHU lineup

PORTELA’S CAREER STATISTICS Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 ITA Total

Doubles #1 #2 #3 ITA Total

2010-11 0-2 4-12 0-1 0-1 -

- 0-1 4-17

2010-11 6-8 - 2-1 1-1 9-10

2011-12 0-2 2-13 - - - - 0-1 2-16

2011-12 13-6 - - 1-1 14-7

CAREER 0-4 6-25 0-1 0-1 -

CAREER 19-14

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Chloe SHER Junior Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong Diocesan Girls School 2012 ALL-BIG EAST WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM SETON HALL SOPHOMORE FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (TRI-RECIPIENT) AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12):

Became first Pirate in program history to earn All-BIG EAST and BIG EAST Player of the Week honors...Named a tri-recipient of Seton Hall’s Sophomore Female Athlete of the Year Award...Played every match at number one singles for the second straight year...Reached 20 total wins (including fall tournaments) for second consecutive campaign, leading the team in victories...Went 4-1 against opponents listed in the national or regional rankings...Won her first match at the ITA Regional tournament, advancing to the second round for the second time in her career...Downed Providence Marisela Aviles-Duron for her first BIG EAST victory of the season...Bested Amy Simidian of #73 Fordham, the 16th ranked player in the Northeast region...Dominated Georgetown’s Lauren Greco, the seventh ranked player in the Atlantic region...Out-dueled Vanessa Petrini of rival Rutgers, the fifth ranked player in the Northeast region... Trumped #57 Syracuse’s Emily Harman who entered the match rated as the #108 player in the nation...Finished the regular season 8-1 versus BIG EAST opponents... Teamed with Rocio Portela to form Pirates’ top doubles team...Advanced to second round of the ITA Regional Tournament in doubles...Part of a duo that racked up 13 consecutive wins in the spring and went 7-1 against BIG EAST opponents...Along with Portela, set a new SHU records for doubles wins as a pair in a single season...The tandem also broke the school’s career record for wins as a team, surpassing the previous record with a win over Jennifer Holzberg and Vanessa Petrini of Georgetown... BIG EAST Academic All-Star

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11):

Competed in the No. 1 singles and doubles spots the entire season... Won the Quinnipiac Invitational singles “A” Bracket in first collegiate tournament... Qualified for ITA Regionals and won first round match against Manhattan’s Lili Johnson, 6-0, 6-1... Paired with Rocio Portela at ITA Regionals and advanced to second round... Teamed with Belfin Sunbul to top #69 Marquette’s top duo of Gillian Hush and Christina Ruiz... Went five sets without losing a game during a stretch from Mar. 9-11... Picked up first BIG EAST victory over West Virginia’s Melis Tanik in straight sets (7-5, 6-3)... Upset Georgetown’s Stephanie Wetmore, who had been ranked in the top-100 by the ITF in 2009, in three-sets.

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL:

Won Bank of China Hong Kong Bauhinia Bowl 2009-10 Outstanding Athlete Award... Won Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation Interschool Competition from 2004-10... Represented her country in the 2009 Fed Cup, an international tennis competition held annually similar to the Davis Cup... She was ranked as high as eighth in Hong Kong’s national rankings... Has had success with limited play in ITF tournaments as a junior and also on the women’s circuit... Won a doubles title at the 2008 Chinese Recreation Club Open, which is the most prestigious tournament in Hong Kong... Enviornmental studies major... Born June 26, 1992.

Chloe Sher looks to affirm her status as a regional power in her junior season

SHER’S CAREER STATISTICS Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 ITA Total

Doubles #1 #2 #3 ITA Total

2010-11 19-14 - - - - - 1-1 20-15

2010-11 11-11

2011-12 14-5 - - - - - 1-1 15-6

2011-12 13-7 - - 1-1 14-8

CAREER 33-19 - - - - - 2-2 35-21

CAREER 24-18

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Anna GURYANOVA Sophomore Moscow, Russia Gymnasium 1520 AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Took down Connecticut’s Sarah Griffin at the Quinnipiac Invitational in her debut to earn her first collegiate win...Advanced to the finals of the “D” flight of the QU Invitational following two more victories, where she squared off with teammate and eventual champion Maria Rodriguez...Defeated Gabriele Sarrate of Fairleigh Dickinson in her first dual match appearance...Reeled off a stretch of four consecutive straight-set victories in as many appearances, contributing to team wins against Manhattan, Saint Peter’s, Bucknell and Colgate during the spring season...Teamed with Maria Rodriguez for three wins at the Eastern Intercollgiate Championships, taking home the “B” flight doubles crown and becoming the first SHU team to win a title at the event... BIG EAST Academic All-Star HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: A native of Moscow, Russia, Guryanova attended the CSKA Moscow Tennis Club, the same club attended by Olympic gold medalist Elena Dementieva and current top professional player Vera Zvonoreva... Has played in over 80 of the biggest national tournaments in Russia, including the finals of the National Cup (main-draw of Top 16) and National Championships... Was an annual participant in 18-20 national and international tennis tournaments advancing to 41 finals in 21 tournaments in both singles and doubles... Held a stretch of advancing to the finals in six straight weeks of competition, taking home four titles in that span...Born January 16, 1994.

Sophomore Anna Guryanova is poised to build on a solid showing in her debut campaign

GURYANOVA’S CAREER STATISTICS Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 ITA Total

Doubles #1 #2 #3 ITA Total

2011-12 - - - - 0-1 6-3 - 6-4

2011-12 - - 6-8 - 6-8

CAREER - - - - 0-1 6-3 - 6-4

CAREER - - 6-8 - 6-8

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Maria RODRIGUEZ Sophomore Bogota, Colombia The English School AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Competed in the No. 1 singles and doubles spots the entire season... Won the Quinnipiac Invitational singles “A” Bracket in first collegiate tournament... Qualified for ITA Regionals and won first round match against Manhattan’s Lili Johnson, 6-0, 6-1... Paired with Rocio Portela at ITA Regionals and advanced to second round... Teamed with Belfin Sunbul to top #69 Marquette’s top duo of Gillian Hush and Christina Ruiz... Went five sets without losing a game during a stretch from Mar. 9-11... Picked up first BIG EAST victory over West Virginia’s Melis Tanik in straight sets (7-5, 6-3)... Upset Georgetown’s Stephanie Wetmore, who had been ranked in the top-100 by the ITF in 2009, in three-sets. HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Has won singles and doubles championships in the U12, 14, 16, and 18 categories at the Ascenso and Colombian National Tournaments... Colombian National Ranking has been #8 since 2004... Sub champion in singles and doubles at the Colombian Elite National Tournaments in U14 and U18 categories... Reached the quarterfinals as COSAT made stops in Colombia in 2006, 2007, and 2008... Played in the ITF Junior Tournament in 2009 and 2010... Communications major... Born February 10, 1993.

Maria Rodriguez heads into her second season after finishing second on the team in wins in 2011-12

RODRIGUEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 ITA Total

Doubles #1 #2 #3 ITA Total

2011-12 - - - - 7-3 5-5 - 12-8

2011-12 - - 6-8 - 6-8

CAREER - - - - 7-3 5-5 - 12-8

CAREER - - 6-8 - 6-8

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Madison SHOEMAKER Sophomore Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia Foothill High School (Calif.) AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Finished third on the squad with 12 total singles victories (including fall tournaments)...Defeated Allison Radde of Fairfield in her debut for her first collegiate win...Downed Lehigh’s Jenai Bilmoria in “B” flight action at the Eastern Intercollegiate Championships...Went 2-1 at the USTA Invitational, winning her final two matches in straight sets...Cruised past Briana Turano of Manhattan for her first win of the spring, starting a streak of four consecutive wins...Capped the streak by besting Providence’s Taylor Ahlborn for her first BIG EAST victory...Blanked Taylor Holt of #73 Fordham and defeated Meredith Rock of Colgate during the team’s spring break trip...Outlasted Amanda Nelson of Villanova in three sets in a road win for the Pirates...Dropped only four games in a win over Catie Wickline, part of a crucial team victory over West Virginia... BIG EAST Academic All-Star HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Competed for Team British Columbia 12 consecutive times in the Canadian Nationals... has won a silver medal in the B.C. Summer Games, gold in the Western Canada Games, and was a bronze medalist at the Canada Summer Games... Has also played the No. 1 singles position at Foothill High School in Pleasanton Calif. and won the Nor-Cal doubles championship and the Falcon Award, the schools’ top athletic award...Born July, 17, 1993.

2013 will see the versatile Madison Shoemaker assume an increased role

SHOEMAKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 ITA Total

Doubles #1 #2 #3 ITA Total

2011-12 -

- 0-3 3-5 5-6 -

- 8-14

2011-12 - 8-14 0-1 0-1 8-16

CAREER 0-3 3-5 5-6 -

- 8-14

CAREER - 8-14 0-1 0-1 8-16

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Julia KEENAN Freshman Greenland, N.H. St. Thomas Aquinas HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: One of the most prolific and accomplished tennis players in New Hampshire state history...Completed a four-year varsity career without a single loss in singles or doubles competition...New Hampshire’s first and only four-time singles state champion... Also captured two doubles titles and helped St. Thomas Aquinas to two overall team state crowns...Named the 2012 New Hampshire Player of the Year and graduated as the #1 ranked player in the state...A proven leader, she received National and New England Sportsmanship Awards in addition to the William Hoblitzelle Award, awarded to the USTA New England Girls 18-and-under player who best demonstrated a superior blend of sportsmanship and leadership on and off the court...Served as team captain during her junior and senior campaigns...A member of the National Honor Society...Communications and International Relations major...Born Dec. 14, 1993.

Julia Keenan will feature prominently in the singles and doubles lineups as a freshman

WYZYKOWSKI ON KEENAN: “Julia was tremendously successful in high school and should step in ready to contribute right away. She has a great skill set that will immediately help our team in both singles and doubles. We are working very hard to develop a new culture within the program and it never hurts to add a proven winner.” 28

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Alex LANDERT Freshman Naples, Fla. Naples High School HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Born in Zurich, Switzerland where she lived until she was 16...An accomplished junior playor internationally, she was ranked in the top-10 in her age group in Switzerland where she won four national tournaments and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Swiss National Championships in 2009...Has extensive tournament experience having played in a number of European and International Tennis Federation (ITF) events...Attended Naples High School her senior year and was rated as a five-star recruit, earning rankings as high as 10th in the tennis-rich state of Florida and 66th nationally...Business major...Born July 10, 1993

Alex Landert is an impact addition for the Pirates in 2013

WYZYKOWSKI ON LANDERT: “I am very excited to bring in an experienced player like Alex. She has a ton of natural ability and has the potential to be one of the top players our program has had. She will be in the lineup this year and once she gets more comfortable and polishes a few aspects of her game, she is going to be dangerous for years to come.” 30

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Seton Hall at Army February 4, 2012 West Point, N.Y.

Seton Hall vs. Binghamton February 5, 2012 West Point, N.Y.

Seton Hall at Bryant February 10, 2012 Providence, R.I.

seton hall - 2 binghamton - 5

Singles

Singles

Singles

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Erin Colton (Army), 6-0, 7-6 (7-4)

1. Jillian Santos (BING) def. Chloe Sher (SHU), 7-6, 6-3

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Claudia Hidalgo (BRY), 6-0, 6-2

2. Jamila Paul (Army) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-4, 6-1

2. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) def. Taylor Hollander (BING), 6-4, 6-2

2. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) def. Marcela Brandao (BRY), 6-0, 6-3

3. Margaret Iliev (Army) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-3, 6-2

3. Jennifer Fridman (BING) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-3, 6-4

3. Devlin-Ann Ammendola (BRY) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-4, 6-2

4. Della Taylor (Army) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 5-7, 6-2, 10-5

4. Marina Bykovskaya (BING) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-1, 6-1

4. May Vickers (BRY) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-2, 6-2

5. Elle Taylor (Army) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-1, 6-4

5. Katherine Medianik (BING) def. Anna Guryanova (SHU), 6-4, 6-3

5. Steph Smyers (BRY) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 6-2, 7-6 (4)

6. Natalie Allen (Army) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 6-3, 6-0

6. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Emma Leibowicz (BING), 6-2, 6-3

6. Anna Guryanova (SHU) def. Lucy Bird (BRY), 6-3, 6-3

Doubles

Doubles

Doubles

1. D. Taylor/E. Taylor (Army) def. Sher/Portela (SHU), 8-2

1. Santos/Hollander (BING) def. Sher/Portela (SHU), 8-7 (4)

1. Sher/Verow (SHU) def. L. Bird/Smyers (BRY), 8-5

2. Colton/Paul (Army) def. Verow/Shoemaker (SHU), 8-3

2. Leibowicz/Fridman (BING) def. Verow/Shoemaker (SHU), 8-4

2. Hidalgo/Brandao (BRY) def. Cordero/Courtney Kilarski (SHU), 8-3

3. Iliev/Riney (Army) def. Cordero/Courtney Kilarski (SHU), 8-1

3. Bykovskaya/Medianik (BING) def. Cordero/Kilarski (SHU), 8-6

3. Ammendola/R. Bird (BRY) def. Guryanova/Shoemaker (SHU), 9-8 (4)

seton hall - 1 army - 6

seton hall - 3 bryant - 4

match FOUR

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match SIX

Seton Hall at #43 Brown February 11, 2012 Providence, R.I.

Seton Hall at Navy February 18, 2012 Annapolis, Md.

Seton Hall vs. Manhattan February 18, 2012 Annapolis, Md.

seton hall - 0 #43 Brown - 7

seton hall - 3 navy - 4

seton hall - 7 manhattan - 0

Singles

Singles

Singles

1. Misia Krasowski (Brown) def. Chloe Sher (SHU), 6-0, 5-7, 13-11

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Darien Sears (Navy), 6-3, 6-0

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Lili Johnson (MC), 6-2, 6-0

2. Jessica Harrow (Brown) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-2, 6-1

2. Emani Decquir (Navy) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-4, 6-3

2. Rocio Portela (SHU) def. Hilary Valenzuela (MC), 6-4, 6-7 (5), 11-9

3. Sarah Kandath (Brown) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-0, 6-1

3. Stefanie Ton (Navy) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-1, 6-1

3. Karina Cordero (SHU) def. Caitlin Bricketto (MC), 6-1, 6-0

4. Laura Wiley (Brown) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-0, 6-0

4. Erin Snook (Navy) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 7-5, 6-1

4. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Briana Turano (MC), 6-0, 6-2

5. Nikita Uberoi (Brown) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 6-0, 6-1

5. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Gabriela Winter (Navy), 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-4

5. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Stephanie Tsao (MC), 6-1, 6-4

6. Julie Flanzer (Brown) def. Anna Guryanova (SHU), 6-0, 6-0

6. Noelle Kaufmann (Navy) def. Anna Guryanova (SHU), 6-1, 4-6, 6-4

6. Anna Guryanova (SHU) def. Christina Ton (MC), 6-0, 6-2

Doubles

Doubles

Doubles

1. Ariel Caldwell/Krasowski (Brown) def. Sher/Verow (SHU), 8-0

1. Decquir/Ton (Navy) def. Rocio Portela/Sher (SHU), 8-4

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Johnson/Turano (MC), 8-1

2. Flanzer/Wiley (Brown) def. Courtney Kilarski/Shoemaker (SHU), 8-1

2. Verow/Shoemaker (SHU) def. Kaufmann/Snook (Navy), 9-7

2. Cordero/Shoemaker (SHU) def. Bricketto/Valenzuela (MC), 8-0

3. Aboubakare/Gelber (Brown) def. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU), 8-4

3. Cordero/Courtney Kilarski (SHU) def. Houle/Olsen (Navy), 8-5

3. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU) def. Catherine Clark/Ton (MC), 8-2

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match EIGHT

match NINE

Seton Hall at Saint Peter’s February 24, 2012 Jersey City, N.J.

Seton Hall at NJIT March 9, 2012 Newark, N.J.

Seton Hall vs. Providence March 10, 2012 South Orange, N.J.

seton hall - 6 saint peter’s - 1

seton hall - 1 njit - 6

seton hall - 6 providence - 1

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Singles

1. Alex Livingston (SPC) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-4, 6-0

1. Ksenia Kuzmenko (NJIT) def. Chloe Sher (SHU) 7-6, 6-3

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Marisela Aviles-Duron (PC), 2-6, 6-1, 6-0

2. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) def. Adina Ungurean-Halagian (SPC), 6-0, 4-6, 6-4

2. Nina Mayevska (NJIT) def. Rocio Portela (SHU) 6-0, 6-1

2. Maria Clara Bernardez (PC) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-4, 7-5

3. Karina Cordero (SHU) def. Joneisa Williams (SPC), 4-6, 6-4, 7-5

3. Monika Graff (NJIT) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) 6-3, 7-5

3. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) def. Karen Ramirez (PC), 6-2, 6-4

4. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Ivana Grbelja (SPC), 6-0, 6-0

4. Jana Luste (NJIT) def. Karina Cordero (SHU) 6-0, 6-2

4. Karina Cordero (SHU) def. Taylor Corder (PC), 6-4, 7-6 (3)

5. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Jemila Brady (SPC), 7-5, 3-6, 6-2

5. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Carolina Zanotta (NJIT) 4-6, 6-4, 10-7

5. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Taylor Ahlborn (PC), 6-0, 6-2

6. Anna Guryanova (SHU) def. Jessica Nowogrodzki (SPC), 6-0, 6-0

6. Martina Tripcovici (NJIT) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) 2-6, 6-2, 10-4

6. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Alli Carnall (PC), 3-6, 7-5, 10-4

Doubles

Doubles

Doubles

1. Chloe Sher/Portela (SHU) def. Livingston/Williams (SPC), 8-4

1. Sher/Portela (SHU) def. Tripcovici/Mayevska (NJIT) 8-7 (5)

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Aviles-Duron/Bernardez (PC), 8-3

2. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) def. Brady/Ungurean-Halagian (SPC), 8-6

2. Hannelore MacDonald/Kuzmenko (NJIT) def. Verow/Shoemaker (SHU) 8-2

2. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) def. Ahlborn/Corder (PC), 8-5

3. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU) def. Grbelja/Vanessa Vogel (SPC), 8-1

3. Graff/Zanotta (NJIT) def. Rodriguez/Guryanova (SHU) 8-1

3. Cordero/Courtney Kilarski (SHU) def. Carnall/Ramirez (PC), 8-7 (4)

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Seton Hall vs. Bucknell March 13, 2012 Orlando, Fla.

Seton Hall vs. #73 Fordham March 14, 2012 Orlando, Fla.

Seton Hall vs. Colgate March 15, 2012 Orlando, Fla.

seton hall - 3 #73 fordham - 4

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1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Dumitrita Iepuras (BU), 6-1 6-1

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Amy Simidian (FOR), 4-6, 6-2, 10-6

1. Alex Petrini (CLG) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

2. Courtney Casey (BU) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-4, 7-6 (5)

2. Angelika Dabu (FOR) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-2, 6-2

2. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) def. Kelsey Shea (CLG), 6-2, 6-1

3. Elena Vidrascu (BU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 7-6 (3), 6-1

3. Bella Genkina (FOR) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 7-6 (4), 6-7 (4), 10-7

3. Karina Cordero (SHU) def. Stephanie Brown (CLG), 6-3, 7-5

4. Lydia Colvin (BU) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 7-5, 6-4

4. Hanna Fritzinger (FOR) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

4. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Meredith Rock (CLG), 6-2, 6-0

5. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Jen Bush (BU), 6-4, 6-2

5. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Taylor Holt (FOR), 6-0, 6-0

5. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Becky Silvers (CLG), 6-0, 6-1

6. Anna Guryanova (SHU) def. Alyssa McAndrew (BU), 6-2 6-2

6. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Julie Leong (FOR), 6-1, 5-7, 11-9

6. Anna Guryanova (SHU) def. Jackie Finn (CLG), 6-2, 6-0

Doubles

Doubles

Doubles

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Bush/Casey (BU), 8-0

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Dabu/Simidian (FOR), 8-7 (5)

1. Portela/Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Brown/Petrini (CLG), 8-4

2. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) def. Colvin/Vidrascu (BU), 8-3

2. Sarah Ali/Genkina (FOR) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU), 8-1

2. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) def. Rock/Shea (CLG), 8-1

3. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU) def. Iepuras/McAndrew (BU), 8-7 (6)

3. Fritzinger/Leong (FOR) def. Cordero/Courtney Kilarski (SHU), 8-1

3. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU) def. Finn/Silvers (CLG), 8-2

seton hall - 4 bucknell - 3

seton hall - 6 colgate - 1

match 13

match 14

match 15

Seton Hall vs. UConn March 23, 2012 South Orange, N.J.

Seton Hall vs. Pittsburgh March 25, 2012 Haworth, N.J.

Seton Hall at St. John’s April 1, 2012 Queens, N.Y.

seton hall - 2 pittsburgh - 5

Singles

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1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Jennifer Learmonth (UCONN), 6-1, 6-0

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Jocelyn Lu (PITT), 6-3, 6-1

1. Nevena Selakovic (STJ) def. Chloe Sher (SHU), 6-2, 6-2

2. Alexa Gregory (UCONN) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

2. Rocio Portela (SHU) def. Gabrielle Cantanzariti (PITT), 7-5, 6-4

2. Diamond Adams (STJ) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-1, 7-5

3. Maxene Weinberg (UCONN) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-1, 7-5

3. Taylor Washington (PITT) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-0, 7-6 (3)

3. Joanna Zwirbulis (STJ) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-1, 6-4

4. Lucy Nutting (UCONN) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-2, 6-2

4. Amanda Wickman (PITT) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-3, 6-2

4. Nakita Austin (STJ) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-2, 6-2

5. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Abby McKeon (UCONN), 7-6 (5), 6-2

5. Molly Wickman (PITT) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-1, 6-4

5. Ece Firat (STJ) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

6. Lauren Wilmarth (UCONN) def. Anna Guryanova (SHU), 7-5, 6-3

6. Kimmy Borza (PITT) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 6-1, 6-2

6. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Terri Thomas (STJ), 6-3, 6-1

Doubles

Doubles

Doubles

1. Learmonth/Weinberg (UCONN) def. Courtney Kilarski/Sher (SHU), 8-3

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Lu/Washington (PITT), 8-6

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Adams/Selakovic (STJ), 8-3

2. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) def. Gregory/Nutting (UCONN), 8-1

2. Borza/Cantanzariti (PITT) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU), 8-2

2. Firat/Zwirbulis (STJ) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU), 8-4

3. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU) def. Gargiulo/McKeon (UCONN), 8-6

3. Wickman/Wickman (PITT) def. Anna Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU), 8-3

3. Austin/Thomas (STJ) def. Anna Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU), 8-

seton hall - 3 uconn - 4

seton hall - 1 st. john’s - 6

match 16

match 17

match 18

Seton Hall at Georgetown April 6, 2012 Washington, D.C.

Seton Hall at Villanova April 9, 2012 Villanova, Pa.

Seton Hall vs. Rutgers April 12, 2012 South Orange, N.J.

seton hall - 1 georgetown - 6

seton hall - 4 villanova - 3

Singles

Singles

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Lauren Greco (GU), 6-2, 6-0

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Mikelle Mancini (VU), 6-2, 6-4

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Vanessa Petrini (RU), 6-0, 5-7, 10-6

2. Tina Tehrani (GU) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-2, 6-3

2. Allison Solberg (VU) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 7-6 (5), 6-4

2. Jennifer Holzberg (RU) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 7-6 (4), 6-2

3. Victoria Sekely (GU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-0, 6-0

3. Sydney West (VU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-4, 6-4

3. Morgan Ivey (RU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-3, 6-0

4. Kelly Comolli (GU) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

4. Kate Pettee (VU) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 5-7, 6-3, 10-7

4. Stefania Balasa (RU) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-1, 6-1

5. Madeline Jaeger (GU) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-4, 6-2

5. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Amanda Nelson (VU), 6-0, 5-7, 6-1

5. Lindsay Balsamo (RU) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-7 (5), 6-0, 10-3

6. Sophie Panarese (GU) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 6-2, 6-1

6. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) def. Alexandra Harding (VU), 6-2, 6-0

6. Noor Judeh (RU) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 6-2, 6-1

Doubles

Doubles

Doubles

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Comolli/Greco (GU), 8-7

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Mancini/West (VU), 8-3

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Holzberg/Petrini (RU), 8-3

2. Sekely/Tehrani (GU) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU), 8-3

2. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) def. Harding/Solberg (VU), 8-3

2. Balsamo/Ivey (RU) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU), 8-2

3. Jaeger/Panarese (GU) def. Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU), 8-4

3. Anna Guryanova/Rodriguez (SHU) def. Wesleigh Donadio/Kristin Gobberg (VU), 8-3

3. Balasa/Judeh (RU) def. Anna Guryanova/Rodriguez, 8-1

Singles

INTRO

PREVIEW

OPPONENTS

COACHES

PIRATES

REVIEW

RECORDS

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seton hall - 1 rutgers - 6

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match 20

Seton Hall vs. West Virginia April 14, 2012 South Orange, N.J.

Seton Hall vs. #57 Syracuse April 15, 2012 South Orange, N.J.

seton hall - 4 west virginia - 1

seton hall - 2 #57 Syracuse - 5

Singles

Singles

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Mary Chupa (WVU), 6-1, 6-4

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) def. Emily Harman (SU), 6-1, 6-2

2. Emily Mathis (WVU) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-4, 6-2

2. Maddie Kobelt (SU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-0, 6-0

3. Veronica Cardenas (WVU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-0, 6-2

3. Amanda Rodgers (SU) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-1, 6-1

4. Ikttesh Chahal (WVU) def. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-3, 6-2

4. Komal Safdar (SU) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-3, 6-3

5. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) def. Catie Wickline (WVU), 6-3, 6-1

5. Jimena Wu (SU) def. Maria Rodriguez (SHU), 7-6 (0), 6-3

6. SHU def. WVU, default

6. SHU def. SU, default

Doubles

Doubles

1. Portela/Sher (SHU) def. Chahal/Chupa (WVU), 8-4

1. Harman/Rodgers (SU) def. Portela/Sher (SHU), 8-5

2. Cardenas/Mathis (WVU) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU) 8-0

2. Kobelt/Safdar (SU) def. Shoemaker/Verow (SHU), 8-0

3. SHU def. WVU, default

3. SHU def. SU, default

round one

consolation

#12 Seton Hall vs. #5 Georgetown April 19, 2012

#12 Seton Hall vs. #9 Cincinnati April 20, 2012

#12 seton hall - 0 #5 georgetown - 4

Singles

1. Chloe Sher (SHU) vs. Lauren Greco (GU) 6-2, 5-1 DNF

1. Jasmine Lee (UC) vs. Chloe Sher (SHU), 6-2, 1-2 DNF

2. Tina Tehrani (GU) def. Rocio Portela (SHU) 6-1, 6-0

2. Kristina Georgieva (UC) def. Rocio Portela (SHU), 6-2, 6-0

3. Victoria Sekely (GU) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU) 6-1, 6-1

3. Ashleigh Witte (UC) def. Elizabeth Verow (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

4. Kelly Comolli (GU) vs. Karina Cordero (SHU) 6-2, 5-2 DNF

4. Sierra Sullivan (UC) vs. Karina Cordero (SHU), 6-0, 3-3 DNF

5. Madeline Jaeger (GU) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU) 6-2, 6-2

5. Safiyya Ismail (UC) def. Madison Shoemaker (SHU), 6-3, 6-1

6. Sophie Panarese (GU) vs. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) 6-3, 4-4 DNF

6. Maria Rodriguez (SHU) vs. Carly Wilson (UC), 6-1, 4-1

Doubles

Doubles

1. Sher/Portela (SHU) vs. Greco/Comolli (GU) 5-4, DNF

1. Lee/Witte (UC) def. Sher/Portela (SHU), 8-5

2. Tehrani/Sekely (GU) def. Verow/Shoemaker (SHU) 8-1

2. Ismail/Georgieva (UC) def. Verow/Shoemaker (SHU), 8-3

3. Panarese/Jaeger (GU) def. Rodriguez/Anna Guryanova (SHU) 8-2

3. Sullivan/Wilson (UC) vs. Rodriguez/Guryanova (SHU), 7-5 DNF

2013 SETON HALL WOMEN’S TENNIS MEDIA GUIDE

April 19-22

USF Varsity Courts • Tampa, Fla.

FINAL RESULTS OVERALL RECORD: 7 W - 15 L CONFERENCE RECORD: 3 W - 6 L

#12 seton hall - 0 #9 Cincinnati - 4

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INTRO

PREVIEW

OPPONENTS

COACHES

HOME MATCHES: 2 W - 4 L AWAY MATCHES: 2 W - 7 L NEUTRAL SITE: 3 W - 5 L T-11TH PLACE BIG EAST Championships

PIRATES

REVIEW

RECORDS

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MEDIA


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                                       

       

         

           

          

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           

                  

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                   

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  

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     

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2013 SETON HALL WOMEN’S TENNIS

2012 spring FINAL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Date

Opponent

Result

Record

Feb 4 at Army 1-6 (L) Feb 5 vs. Binghamton 2-5 (L) Feb 10 at Bryant 3-4 (L) Feb 11 at #43 Brown 0-7 (L) Feb 18 at Navy 3-4 (L) Feb 18 vs. Manhattan 7-0 (W) Feb 24 at Saint Peter’s 6-1 (W) Mar 9 at NJIT 1-6 (L) Mar 10 PROVIDENCE * 6-1 (W) Mar 13 vs. Bucknell # 4-3 (W) Mar 14 vs. #73 Fordham # 3-4 (L) Mar 15 vs. Colgate # 6-1 (W) Mar 23 CONNECTICUT * 3-4 (L) Mar 25 PITTSBURGH * 2-5 (L) Apr 1 at St. John’s * 1-6 (L) Apr 6 at Georgetown * 1-6 (L) Apr 9 at Villanova * 4-3 (W) Apr 12 RUTGERS * 1-6 (L) Apr 14 WEST VIRGINIA * 4-3 (W) Apr 15 #57 SYRACUSE * 2-5 (L) 2012 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT - TAMPA, FLA. Apr 19 vs. #5 Georgetown $ 0-4 (L) Apr 20 vs. #9 Cincinnati $ 0-4 (L)

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 1-5 2-5 2-6 3-6 (1-0) 4-6 (1-0) 4-7 (1-0) 5-7 (1-0) 5-8 (1-1) 5-9 (1-2) 5-10 (1-3) 5-11 (1-4) 6-11 (2-4) 6-12 (2-5) 7-12 (3-5) 7-13 (3-6) 7-14 7-15

HOME MATCHES IN BOLD ITALICS # Match played in Orlando, Fla. * BIG EAST Match $ BIG EAST Tournament

SPRING SEASON BREAKDOWN SHU RECORD...

SHU AGAINST...

OVERALL ........................................................ 7-15

BIG EAST ......................................................... 3-6

CONFERENCE..................................................... 3-6

AMERICA EAST................................................... 0-1

HOME.............................................................. 2-4

ATLANTIC-10..................................................... 0-1

AWAY............................................................... 2-7

GREAT WEST..................................................... 0-1

NEUTRAL ......................................................... 3-5

IVY LEAGUE...................................................... 0-1

WINNING THE DOUBLES POINT............................... 7-2

MAAC.............................................................. 2-0

MULTIPLE MATCHES IN ONE DAY............................. 1-1

NEC................................................................ 0-1

IN FEBRUARY..................................................... 2-5

PATRIOT LEAGUE................................................ 2-2

IN MARCH......................................................... 3-4

ITA TOP-75 TEAMS.............................................. 0-3

IN APRIL........................................................... 2-6

NCAA QUALIFIERS...................................... 0-1 (Army)

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INTRO

PREVIEW

OPPONENTS

COACHES

PIRATES

REVIEW

RECORDS

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2013 SETON HALL WOMEN’S TENNIS

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Date Opponent Result 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 Feb 4 at Army 1-6 (L) W L L L L L L L Feb 5 vs. Binghamton 2-5 (L) L W L L L W L L Feb 10 at Bryant 3-4 (L) W W L L L W W L Feb 11 at #43 Brown 0-7 (L) L L L L L L L L Feb 18 at Navy 3-4 (L) W L L L W L L W Feb 18 vs. Manhattan 7-0 (W) W W W W W W W W Feb 24 at Saint Peter’s 6-1 (W) L W W W W W W W Mar 9 at NJIT 1-6 (L) L L L L W L W L Mar 10 PROVIDENCE * 6-1 (W) W L W W W W W W Mar 13 vs. Bucknell 4-3 (W) W L L L W W W W Mar 14 vs. #73 Fordham 3-4 (L) W L L L W W W L Mar 15 vs. Colgate 6-1 (W) L W W W W W W W Mar 23 CONNECTICUT * 3-4 (L) W L L L W L L W Mar 25 PITTSBURGH * 2-5 (L) W W L L L L W L Apr 1 at St. John’s * 1-6 (L) L L L L L W W L Apr 6 at Georgetown * 1-6 (L) W L L L L L W L Apr 9 at Villanova * 4-3 (W) W L L L W W W W Apr 12 RUTGERS * 1-6 (L) W L L L L L W L Apr 14 WEST VIRGINIA * 4-3 (W) W L L L W W^ W L Apr 15 #57 SYRACUSE * 2-5 (L) W L L L L W^ L L 2012 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT - TAMPA, FLA. Apr 19 vs. #5 Georgetown 0-4 (L) DNF L L DNF L DNF DNF L Apr 20 vs. #9 Cincinnati 0-4 (L) DNF L L DNF L DNF L L TOTALS 7-15 14-6# 6-16 4-18 4-16# 11-11 11-9# 14-7# 10-12

3 L L L L W W W L W W L W W L L L W L W^ L L DNF 9-12#

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Karina Cordero - Anna Guryanova - Courtney Kilarski - Rocio Portela 0-2 Maria Rodriguez - Chloe Sher 14-5 Madison Shoemaker - Elizabeth Verow - TEAM 14-7

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- - - 2-13 - - - 4-4 6-17

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3-3 - - - - - 0-3 1-13 4-19

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2-11 - - - - - 3-5 - 5-16

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0-1 0-1 - - 7-3 - 5-6 - 12-11

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- 6-3 - - 5-5 - - - 11-8

3-0 3-1 1-1 1-6 4-0 6-5 4-4 5-6 27-23

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5-15 6-4 - 2-15 12-8 14-5 8-14 5-17 52-78

8-15 9-5 1-1 3-21 16-8 20-10 12-18 10-23 78-96

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Cordero/Kilarski - Cordero/Rodriguez - Cordero/Shoemaker - Guryanova/Rodriguez - Guryanova/Shoemaker - Kilarski/Sher 0-1 Kilarski/Shoemaker - Portela/Sher 13-6 Sher/Verow 1-1 Shoemaker/Verow - TEAM 14-8

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0-1 - 1-0 - - - 0-1 - - 7-13 8-15

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Head Coach Greg Wyzykowski

2007-Pres.

2011-12....... 7-15 (3-6) 2010-11....... 6-16 (3-8) 2009-10....... 6-11 (1-7) 2008-09....... 8-11 (3-7) 2007-08..... 2-12 (2-10)

Head Coach Ilene Weintraub 2004-07

WYZYKOWSKI FILE ALMA MATER: NJIT SIXTH SEASON OVERALL RECORD: 29-65 CONFERENCE RECORD: 12-38

PROGRAM NOTES Head Coaches.................... Six (6) Overall Record............... 359-261-1 Winning Pct........................ .579 Winning Seasons...................... 27 BIG EAST Record................. 101-92 Best Winning Pct..... 1.000 (1992-93) Coaching Wins Leader....Sue Patton, 162

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2006-07....... 11-6 (6-4) 2005-06..... 12-12 (4-6) 2004-05....... 14-7 (7-2)

Career Record: 37-25 BIG EAST: 17-12

Head Coach Betsy Purpura 2000-04

Career Record: 25-51 BIG EAST: 15-19

Head Coach Tracy Zawacki 1997-99

Career Record: 39-30 BIG EAST: 20-7

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1999-00....... 15-5 (7-2) 1998-99..... 11-15 (7-3) 1997-98..... 13-10 (6-2)

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Head Coach Kevin McGlynn 1991-97 1996-97....... 11-6 (7-1)

1995-96....... 11-7 1994-95....... 11-9 1993-94....... 10-3 1992-93....... 17-0 1991-92........ 7-7

(5-1) (3-4) (5-1) (5-0) (1-4)

.Career Record: 67-32 BIG EAST: 26-11

Head Coach Sue Patton 1974-91 1990-91........ 8-6 (0-3)

1989-90........ 6-3 (3-1) 1988-89........ 8-7 (3-1) 1987-88....... 12-4 (2-0) 1986-87....... 12-4 (3-0) 1985-86..............11-5 1984-85............... 7-2 1983-84............... 9-1 1982-83........... 10-0-1 1981-82............... 7-4 1980-81..............11-4 1979-80..............10-3 1978-79..............13-3 1977-78..............14-1 1976-77............... 9-2 1975-76............... 7-4 1974-75............... 8-3

Career Record: 162-57 BIG EAST...... 11-5*

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1. Laura McCracken (1996-97)........ 28 Belfin Sunbul (2008-09)............. 28 2. Kristen Downing (1992-93)......... 26 3. Sharla Caico (1992-93).............. 24 Tracey Longo (1989-90)............. 24 5. Kriss Poldma (1995-96.............. 22 Hope McGratty (1992-93).......... 22 7. Moira McQuillen (1989-90)......... 21 Kristen Downing (1993-94)......... 21 9. Gina Pileggi (1989-90).............. 20 CHLOE SHER (2011-12).............. 20 CHLOE SHER (2010-11).............. 20

Kristen Downing (1992-97)......... 86 Kriss Poldma (1994-98)............. 65 Sharla Ciaco (1991-95).............. 61 Tracey Longo (1987-91)............. 59 Hope McGratty (1992-96).......... 57 Belfin Sunbul (2007-11)............. 56 Lorell Zamot (2001-05)............. 52 Robin Cunningham (1974-78)...... 52 Kaire Poldma (1993-96)............. 52 10. Moira McQuillen (1986-90)....... 51 Tammy Zawacki (1994-98)........ 51

DOUBLES RECORDS CAREER

SINGLE SEASON

1. ROCIO PORTELA/CHLOE SHER (2010-12)........................ 24

1. Viviana Figueroa/Nadezhda Shein (2005-06)................... 14

2. Catalina Isaza/Lorell Zamot (2003-05).......................... 22

2. ROCIO PORTELA/CHLOE SHER (2011-12)........................ 13

3. Iva Gyurgina/Amanda El-Tobgy (2005-07....................... 15

Catalina Isaza/Lorell Zamot (2004-05).......................... 13

4. Viviana Figueroa/Nadezhda Shein (2005-06)................... 14 5. Danielle Viola/Belfin Sunbul (2008-09)......................... 12 6. Nadezhda Shein/Slyvia Jaros (2005-07)......................... 11 Ebru Burduroglu/Jennifer Seide (2004-05)..................... 11

4. Nadezhda Shein/Slyvia Jaros (2006-07)......................... 11 Ebru Burduroglu/Jennifer Seide (2004-05)..................... 11 Kyli Lassalle/Nicole Cercone (2001-02)......................... 11 ROCIO PORTELA/CHLOE SHER (2010-11)........................ 11 8. Michelle Weerasinghe/Karina Cordero (2009-10)............. 10

Kyli Lassalle/Nicole Cercone (2001-02)......................... 11

9. Iva Gyurgina/Amanda El-Tobgy (2006-07)........................9

Kim Barfuss/Lorell Zamot (2002-03)............................ 11

Catalina Isaza/Lorell Zamot (2003-04)............................9

10. Michelle Weerasinghe/Karina Cordero(2009-10)......................10

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Welcome to

SETON HALL UNIVERSITY “

Seton Hall provides a values-based education. Service learning is an intrinsic element of this. Value-neutral learning is like a ship at sea with no rudder. Krystal kramer International Relations Prescott, Arizona

Our focus is ethical leadership. Increasingly, using a strong moral compass to direct your lifestyle and work ethic is an important component in forging a successful career. This is why we offer classes in ethics and, beyond that, education guided by Catholic ideals and universal values.

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FOR THE MIND We offer more than 60 majors and concentrations taught by 860 full-time faculty, in five undergraduate schools - with practical, real-

FOR THE HEART We offer a compassionate, divers and collaborative environment that focuses on academic and ethical development.

FOR THE SPIRIT Our faith and spiritual commitments inspire faculty to educate students to become servant leaders in their personal and professional lives, in their community and in their global society. In our valued-centered curricula, programs and extracurricular activities, we focus on academics and devleopment of the individual. Our graduates continue to prove themselves as leaders in their professions and communities. Seton Hall gives you all the resources you would find in a large university. But, with only 5,200 undergraduates and a 15:1 student-faculty ratio, you get the personal attention of a small liberal arts college.

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We encourage ongoing, across-the-curriculum discussions on the ethics of business, medicine, teaching and other disciplines and urge you to use your personal morals and values in debating issues and making decisions. Underscoring our national prominence in emphasizing service learning and nurturing the spirit, the John Templeton Foundation has named Seton Hall as one of the country’s leaders in developing the character of its students. THE SIGHTS OF ONE OF NEW JERSEY’S BEAUTIFUL AND MOST HISTORIC CAMPUSES

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Seton Hall is about caring and sharing - to pass a torch to students that is burning brighter than the one passed to us. Tony Lovisick, PH.D. Chair, Finance and Legal Studies Stillman School of Business

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Our faculty comprised of a distinguished group of scholars that have earned advanced degrees both in the U.S. and abroad. You will study alongside these learned men and women collaborating with them in developing new concepts and researching meaningful topics. And don’t think they won’t be involved in your academic careers - personal attention is at the heart of academic excellence.

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I give the highest importance to my contact with students ... they are the school’s most important asset. Ambassador s. azmat hassan Senior Faculty Associate Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations

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The Hall’s campus expands dramatically when you include the surrounding areas. Hop the train to the next town west, Maplewood, for a slice of pizza, or two stops and you are in Millburn with great sushi restaurants or just a few more and your are in Summit where you can do shopping at clothing stores like Benetton or Roots, Inc. And don’t forget about the Jersey Shore or skiing in Northern New Jersey in the winter.

Combine a student-discounted New Jersey transit ticket, with 30 minutes traintime, and you’re at Penn Statiion in Midtown Manhattan. From there, train, bus or walk to the neighborhood of your choice. Time Square’s Theater District: plays and musicals. Upper Fifth Avenue, dubbed Museum Mile; venerable institutions like the Metropolitan and the Guggenheim. Head Downtown and check out the financial district including the New York Stock Exchange. Besides the cultural and entertainment opportunities New York’s burrough of Manhattan provides, many students take advantage of internships with museums, nonprofit and government agencies, law and accounting firms, television and print media - the list goes on and on.

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DR. A. GABRIEL

ESTEBAN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT, SETON HALL UNIVERSITY

A. Gabriel Esteban was appointed 20th president of Seton Hall University in January 2011, after serving as interim president for six months. He has charged the University¹s more than 900 faculty and 1,800 employees and nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students to aspire to excellence in scholarship and service and is committed to the institution’s 155-year Catholic mission. Starting in 2007, Esteban was provost and chief academic officer of Seton Hall. In that office, he oversaw eight colleges and schools, University libraries and enrollment services. He has spearheaded the University’s strategic planning and campus master plan initiatives, collaborated with faculty and academic leaders on enhancing and adding undergraduate and graduate programs, establishing academic priorities and strengthening the centrality of academics at Seton Hall. He has also led the strategic changes in the enrollment management and financial aid strategies that will position the University through the current economic environment. When he was chief academic officer, Seton Hall won more international faculty fellowships and student scholarships (including the first-ever Rhodes Scholarship, as well as numerous Fulbrights) than ever before. Prior to his leadership positions at Seton Hall, Esteban was provost and dean of faculty at The University of Central Arkansas. Dr. Esteban also served as dean of the College of Business and tenured professor of marketing at the University of Central Arkansas. During that time he served as chairman of the Conway (Arkansas) Area Chamber of Commerce and of the Women’s Shelter for Central Arkansas. He was associate vice president of academic affairs at Arkansas Tech University and an assistant professor at the University of Houston-Victoria. Esteban was also a fulltime instructor at the College of Business Administration of the University of the Philippines. He received a doctorate in administration from the Graduate School of Management of the University of California at Irvine and a master of science in Japanese business studies from Chaminade University in Honolulu. Esteban earned a master of business administration and a bachelor of science in mathematics from the University of the Philippines, Dillman, Quezon City. He also received specialized training in leading transformation and change at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in addition to private sector work experience in the Philippines and Japan. Esteban has served American higher education in a number of national roles, including membership on the Accreditation Review Council of the Higher Learning Commission and work as team chair and consultant-evaluator. He serves as a board member of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education (CARE) Commission and the Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE), and has been selected to serve on the national task force for Voluntary System for Accountability (VSA) sponsored by American Association of State Colleges and Universities. For the past seven years, he has been an invited speaker and faculty member of the Leadership Development Program for Higher Education offered by Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics held at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He is the first lay president of Seton Hall in a generation and a devoted fan of Pirate athletic programs. He and his wife, Josephine, have a daughter, Ysabella, who is an undergraduate student at the University.

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PATRICK

LYONS

Director of Athletics and Recreational Services

Patrick G. Lyons was named Director of Athletics and Recreational Services at Seton Hall University on February 22, 2011. Since his arrival, Lyons has been dedicated in his efforts to implement his vision for Seton Hall’s athletics and recreation department by introducing a number of initiatives designed to enhance the college experience for Seton Hall’s 14 NCAA Division I athletics programs and the student body as a whole. In Lyons’ first full year as Director of Athletics, the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund, Seton Hall’s athletic fundraising vehicle, experienced the most successful year of its history, receiving record contributions to fund critical initiatives to help make the Pirates competitive in the BIG EAST conference and at a national level. When Lyons arrived at Seton Hall, he established improvements and upgrades to the Pirates’ athletic and recreation facilities as a primary goal. Thanks in large part to contributions to Pirate Blue and a commitment from the University to make athletics and recreation a priority for the student-body, Seton Hall has already begun a large number of those enhancements. A new student fitness center is scheduled to be completed by summer 2013 and plans are in place to add a new scoreboard to Owen T. Carroll Field, revamp the student-athlete training room facility and create additional space for Academic Support Services. The men’s basketball locker room and women’s basketball coaching suite were each renovated during the 2011-12 season. The Pirates have also experienced a number of on field successes since Lyons came to Seton Hall. The men’s basketball team finished the 201112 season with a 21-13 overall mark, matching the program’s highest win total since the 2003-04 season and advancing to the second round of the National Invitational Tournament. The baseball team captured the BIG EAST Championship at the conclusion of the 2011 season, the third in program history and first since 2001. The women’s soccer, volleyball and baseball programs all qualified for BIG EAST Championship competition during the 2011-12 season, with the women’s soccer program posting its most successful campaign since 1999. Lyons has instituted a number of new events to help honor both its current and former student-athletes. In addition to the annual SAAC Student-Athlete Awards Banquet, Seton Hall held its first Senior Awards Banquet as a way to recognize its graduating seniors. He also refined the 2012 SHU Athletics Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony by hosting it in conjunction with a golf tournament at the Fairmount Country Club in Chatham, N.J. Seton Hall’s student-athletes have exhibited success in a number of ways off the court as well, through community service initiatives and achievement in the classroom. The Pirates’ community outreach programs demonstrated outstanding involvement from every varsity program during the 2011-12 academic year, as Seton Hall’s student-athletes participated in an array of activities to benefit the community. Seton Hall

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also hosted its First Annual Student-Athlete Leadership Forum, providing its student-athletes with a chance to learn from and meet speakers from across the sports landscape. Lyons arrived at Seton Hall after spending seven years as Iona College’s Director of Athletics, establishing its department as one of the top programs in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. He was the chief administrator for the Gaels’ 21 NCAA Division I athletics programs. Lyons’ student-athlete centered vision was incorporated into several initiatives at Iona. Working closely with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Lyons emphasized a community service element for all of Iona’s 400+ student-athletes and also displayed a deep commitment to student-athlete development and academic standards through additional support services and facilities in both the compliance and academic services offices. Under Lyons, the Iona athletics department saw unprecedented growth and success both on and off the fields of play. Lyons also made his mark at Iona in fundraising and improvements made to athletics facilities. The Iona Gaels Capital Improvements Fund was created by Lyons as the first capital fundraising effort in the department’s history. Before elevating to Director of Athletics at Iona, Lyons was the Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs. In that role, he was responsible for all revenue generation by the athletics department with primary oversight of the department’s fundraising arm - The Goal Club. Prior to that role, Lyons served as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance. As a coach, Lyons led the Iona golf team to its most successful four-year span. At the helm of the Gaels from 1998-02, he directed the squad to three MAAC Championships and earned a berth in the NCAA Golf Championship in each of his three full seasons. A native of Providence, R.I., Lyons was a two-sport standout in hockey and golf. One of the most prolific scorers in school history, Lyons tallied 80 goals and 90 assists during his 86-game career and led all of NCAA Division I hockey in goals per game during the 1995-96 season. He captained the golf team during his junior and senior seasons and in 1996, received the Joseph O’Connell award, given annually to Iona’s most outstanding student-athlete. In 1999, Lyons earned his master’s degree in teaching from Iona and earned an MBA from the Hagan School of Business in 2004. Lyons has also served as an adjunct professor in both the Biology department at Iona and the Sports Business Management program at Manhattanville College. Lyons is married to the former Rachel Cintolo, who is a member of the faculty at Rutgers University.

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ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT STAFF

Kimberly Keenan-Kirkpatrick

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Sr. Assoc. Athletics Director Team Operations

Deputy Director of Athletics

Mary Gross

Secretary, Director’s Office

SETON HALL ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY

University President................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban Director of Athletics & Recreational Services......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Patrick Lyons Deputy Director of Athletics...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Duane Bailey Senior Associate Athletics Director / Team Operations.................................................................................................................................................................................................... Jimmy O’Donnell Senior Associate Athletics Director / Compliance & Student-Athlete Development / SWA....................................................................................................................... Kimberly Keenan-Kirkpatrick Secretary / Director’s Office........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Mary Gross Assistant Athletics Director / Athletics Communications...............................................................................................................................................................................................Matthew Sweeney Associate Director / Athletics Communications.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Vincent Novicki Assistant Director / Athletics Communications.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Adam Satz Secretary / Athletics Communications ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Ann Marie Vasquez Faculty Athletics Representative / Academic Services............................................................................................................................................................................................Dr. Laura Schoppman Director of Academic Support Services / Academic Services ..........................................................................................................................................................................................Matthew Geibel Associate Director / Academic Services .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................Amanda DiDonato Academic Advisor / Academic Services ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................Ryan Westman Graduate Assistants / Academic Services............................................................................................................................................................................................. Zachary Romash, Marissa Muoio Assistant Athletics Director / Business Operations.............................................................................................................................................................................................................Loren Peterson Assistant Athletics Director / Compliance............................................................................................................................................................................................................................Bridgette Cahill Equipment Manager......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Clay White Assistant Equipment Manager.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Floyd Nevius Associate Athletics Director / Facilities & Operation............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Kevin Sponzo Assistant Athletics Director / Facilities & Operation.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................Dan Velez Athletics Facilities & Operations Assistant......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Christopher Carl Associate Athletics Director / External Affairs & Development................................................................................................................................................................................................... Bryan Felt Assistant Athletics Director / Development.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Jay Judge Graduate Assistant / Pirate Blue............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Brian Burke Secretary / Pirate Blue..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Mary Laverty Associate Athletics Director / Recreational Services ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................Kathy Matta Assistant Director / Recreational Services .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Brian Poll Graduate Assistants / Recreational Services.................................................................................................................................................................................................Brian Hinz, Reyna Salvatore Assistant Athletics Director / Marketing & Promotions............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Kelly O’Neil Graduate Assistant / Athletics Marketing..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................Aimee Gebhardt Band Director / Athletics Marketing...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Debbie Sfraga Cheerleading Head Coach / Athletics Marketing ............................................................................................................................................................................................................Lauren Del Rosso Director of Sports Medicine / Sports Medicine ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................Tony Testa Assistant Athletics Trainers / Sports Medicine........................................................................................................................Margeritte Carlson, Chris Esperson, Mallory Klapsogeorge, Mitch Toda Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coordinators.................................................................................................................................................................................... Angelo Gingerelli, Nanna Rivers Director of Ticket Sales / Ticket Operations............................................................................................................................................................................................................................Richard Bello Director of Ticket Operations / Ticket Operations ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ James Semerad

KEY PHONE NUMBERS (Area Code 973)

Athletics Department..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 761-9497 Athletics Ticket Office.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................275-4255 University Recreation Center ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 761-9730 Recreational Services / Intramurals............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 761-9722 Athletics Department Fax.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 761-9675 Athletics Web Site............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. http://www.shupirates.com

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Richard Bello

Bridgette Cahill

Director of Ticket Sales

Christopher Carl

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Brian Hinz

Kathy Matta

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Kevin Sponzo

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Floyd Nevius

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ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

Matt Geibel

Director Academic Support Services

Amanda DiDonato

Ryan Westman

Associate Director Academic Support Services

Zachary Romash

Academic Advisor Academic Support Services

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Marissa Muoio

Graduate Assistant Academic Support Services

Intercollegiate athletics is a rewarding extracurricular activity that can add a special dimension to student life. At Seton Hall, all student-athletes participate in the academic counseling program. Director of Academic Support Services for student-athletes, Matt Geibel, and his staff help ensure that student-athletes successfully balance their commitments to academics and athletics. Geibel, Associate Director Amanda DiDonato, Academic Advisor Ryan Westman and two graduate assistant, Marissa Muoio and Zachary Romash provide support along with learning consultants and numerous tutors. They monitor classroom performance by maintaining contact with faculty, monitoring study halls, facilitating advisement and overseeing compliance with university and NCAA academic regulations. The office of Academic Support also coordinates all institutional, regional and national award recognition.

Life Skills Mission To provide life skills support in the areas of academics, athletics, personal development, career development and community service through the distribution of NCAA, BIG EAST Conference and Seton Hall resources. Seton Hall University’s Life Skills program will provide on-going educational opportunities to student-athletes to further develop these areas and make our student-athletes into successful leaders of the future. Athletics Excellence Seton Hall is committed to excellence in all areas and strives to provide its programs with the resources to succeed on the field of competition. The Department of Athletics will seek out top professionals to serve as coaches, athletic trainers, and strength and conditioning specialists who can impart expert knowledge and direction to the student-athletes. Academic Excellence Seton Hall provides a comprehensive academic support program for its Student-Athletes. Specifically, the Office of Academic Support Services for Student Athletes provides tutoring, review sessions, study groups and writing development for Seton Hall student-athletes, as well as regular interaction with faculty. Career Development Seton Hall provides a comprehensive career development program for its student-athletes in conjunction with The Career Center at Seton Hall University. Components of the program range from resume writing and interviewing techniques, to the graduate school application processes, seminars from business leaders within the Seton Hall community and education on post-graduate scholarship opportunities. Personal Development Seton Hall provides several seminars on different personal topics throughout the year. Workshops vary from sports nutrition to hazing prevention, drug and alcohol awareness, and business etiquette.

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ATHLETICS TRAINING / STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Tony Testa

Director Sports Medicine

Chris Esperon

Margeritte Carlson

Mitch Toda

Mallory Klapsogeorge

Graduate Assistant Recreational Services

Assistant Athletic Trainer Sports Medicine

Assistant Athletic Trainer Sports Medicine

Assistant Athletic Trainer Sports Medicine

The primary objective of the Seton Hall sports medicine staff is to provide the highest quality of evidenced based health care to the University’s student-athletes. In so doing we strive to limit risk and exposure to injury mechanisms, provide immediate response to all medical needs of the student-athlete and rehabilitate any and all injuries suffered by the student-athlete. The three main goals of the Seton Hall University sports medicine staff are that all student-athletes are safe and free of injury, all student-athletes achieve their maximum athletic potential, and all Seton Hall University Athletic teams achieve BIG EAST Conference success.

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Seton Hall student-athletes enjoy a 2,500-square foot varsity weight room, which opened in the fall of 1997. The facility offers versatile, multi-purpose and comprehensive upper and lower body strength training equipment. Among the features of the facility are an Olympic lifting area and cardiovascular equipment such as Stairmasters, treadmills, bicycles and a versaclimber. The room offers free weights, target-loaded machines and circuit training stations. Angelo Gingerelli & Nanna Rivers work with each team to provide expert coaching and guidance.

Nanna Rivers

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE BIG EAST institutions reside in 18 of the nation’s top 50 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain more than one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. The BIG EAST will welcome UCF, Houston, Memphis, SMU and Temple in all sports in 2013-14. Temple football will join the league in 2012, with Boise State and San Diego State joining the following year and Navy in 2015. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 32 national championships in six different sports and 137 student-athletes have won individual national titles through 2011-12.

The 2012-13 academic year is the 34th in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth and continues to make strides in improving the quality and depth of the storied league. The BIG EAST Conference has been always been driven by lofty goals. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2011-12 year was no different. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Georgetown women’s cross country team captured its first NCAA Championship. The win by the Hoyas marked the third-straight year a BIG EAST team has won the women’s cross country championship, with Villanova winning the past two. The Louisville men’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four in New Orleans. Connecticut field hockey reached the NCAA semifinals, as did the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team. The Irish women’s basketball team and Syracuse women’s lacrosse team each reached the NCAA finals. USF softball reached the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla., for the first time in program history. The BIG EAST placed two teams in the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the third time in the last four years as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in Denver, with the Fighting Irish advancing to the national title game for the second-straight year. BIG EAST student-athletes won five NCAA championships. Sheila Reid won her secondstraight NCAA Women’s Cross Country title. Syracuse hurdler Jarret Eaton won the 60-meter hurdle championship in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship. Notre Dame won the distance medley relay at the same championship. Georgetown’s Emily Infeld won the 3,000-meter run. Carlos Almeida of Louisville won the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Three BIG EAST teams won bowl games, while the BIG EAST representative in the Bowl Championship Series won its bowl game for the fourth time in the last seven years- a streak that includes wins against the ACC, Big 12 and SEC champions. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida.

BIG EAST basketball squads have captured 11 titles in the last 13 years. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. The BIG EAST placed three men’s basketball teams in the Final Four in 1985, the only time this has occurred in NCAA history. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference currently crowns champions in 24 sports. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. John Marinatto was the third commissioner of the BIG EAST, serving from 2009-2012, after seven years as the conference’s senior associate commissioner. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past nine years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

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Name (Inducted, Sport, Decade) Casie Alexander (2004, Volleyball, 90’s) First inductee from the volleyball program… Graduated as alltime NCAA leader in service aces (416). Tracy Baskin (2008, Track & Field, 1983-87) Three-time NCAA All-Anmerica... First NCAA National Champion for Seton Hall. William Belfer (1981, Track & Field, 60’s) School record holder in the shot put and discus and IC4A champion. Roy N. Belliveau (1986, Basketball, Track & Field, 50’s) Record holder in the javelin… Scored 652 career points in basketball. Louis C. Benza (1980, Swimming, 50’s) Three-time Eastern Collegiate backstroke and freestyle champion. Craig A. Biggio (1996, Baseball, 80’s) Career collegiate batting average of .342… Single season school record holder in games played (61) and runs scored (97). Edward A. Blankmeyer (1986, Baseball, 70’s) First player recruited by coach Mike Sheppard… Batted .418 as a sophomore, ranked 18th in the U.S. Alfred Booth (1981, Baseball, 40’s) Played on the 11-0 team in 1942… Batted .477 as a sophomore. Harry T. Boutsikaris (1974, Fencing, 40’s) (Lifetime Achievement Award, 1989) Eastern Intercollegiate Foil and Sabre champion in 1942… Returned as head coach in the 1960’s and coached for nearly three decades. Gregory Boutsikaris (1984, Fencing, 70’s) Compiled a 124-20 career record… Member of three North Atlantic Conference Championship teams. Thomas H. Boutsikaris (1982, Fencing, 70’s) All-American in foil in 1975 and 1976… Posted a 113-3 career record. Robert E. Brennan (1991, Honorary) Avid supporter of Seton Hall athletics, and donated the lead gifts to the campaign for the Recreation Center. Harry Bright (2002, Track & Field, 1948-51) Member of mile relay teams which won the back-to-back Millrose Games titles and the National AAU Sprint Medley Championship. Howard Brock (1982, Track & Field, 70’s) All-American, All-IC4A, and All-New Jersey selection… Ran on 14 championship relay teams. Harry Brooks (1979, Basketball, 50’s) Member of the 1953 NIT Champion team… Scored 856 points in his career. Jodi Brooks (2002, Basketball, 1990-94) Helped Pirates to the NCAA “Sweet 16” and national ranking of 14th in 1994... Honorable mention All-America. Dana Brown (2008, Baseball, 1985-89) Three-time BIG EAST First Team selection... Holds several Seton Hall career records. Mark Bryant (1997, Basketball, 80’s) All-BIG EAST in 1988 and member of the first Pirate team to appear in the NCAA Tournament. Frederick F. Buechel, M.D. (1981, Wrestling, 60’s)

First wrestler to be inducted… Won numerous AAU and collegiate titles. Timothy A. Byron (1997, Baseball, 80’s) In four seasons, never posted a losing record… Owns more career victories than any other pitcher. Martin Caffrey (1989, Baseball, 70’s) Pitched in the College World Series two times… Earned run average ranked among the top 10 nationally. Dan Callandrillo (1989, Basketball, 80’s) Fourth all-time leading scorer (1,985 points)… BIG EAST Player of the Year and the nation’s third leading scorer in 1982. Rev. James A. Carey (1974, Athletic Director) Dynamic administrator who led Seton Hall to national prominence in the 40’s and 50’s. P.J. Carlesimo (2002, Basketball Coach, 1982-94) Coached Pirates to the 1989 Final Four and was the National Coach of the Year... Coached 12 seasons making seven postseason appearances. Owen T. Carroll (1973, Baseball Coach, 1948-72) Legendary coach who had 300 victories as well as two NCAA District II Championships and two College World Series appearances Robert L. Carter (1974, Track & Field, 50’s) Member of mile relay team which won 1951 Indoor Intercollegiate and National Championship. Gary G. Cavallo (1978, Baseball/Basketball, 70’s) Scored 820 points and had 504 career rebounds… Compiled a three-year ERA of 2.31 while making a College World Series appearance. John P. Caufield (1982, Honorary) Established the basketball season ticket program… Conducted basketball and baseball clinics in the city of Newark. Richard Cerone (1982, Baseball, 70’s) All-American catcher and Academic All-American in 1975… Number-one draft choice of the Cleveland Indians in 1975. Pamela M. Cerruti (1991, Basketball, 70’s) Ranks 10th all-time in assists (280) with 817 career points. Dean V. Cetrulo (1974, Fencing, 40’s)

National Intercollegiate Champion in the foil and sabre… Won the bronze medal in both at the 1948 Olympics. Gerald I. Cetrulo (1974, Fencing Coach, 1937-42) Introduced fencing to Seton Hall… Led the Pirates to 70 straight victories, two National Championships, and four Eastern Championships. Leslie S. Chavies (1986, Basketball, 70’s) Ranks seventh on all-time scoring list (1,360 points)… Member of the 1979 EAIAW Small College Champion team. Mary Beth Childs (2008, Honorary) Former two-sport athlete at Seton Hall... Dedicated and loyal contributor. Paul W. Choi (1984, Tennis, 50’s) Posted a 41-3 career record including tournament competition. Harry A. Coates (1975, Track Coach, 20’s-40’s) Coached some of the greatest relay teams in school history, in addition to Olympians. Edwin J. Collins (1978, Honorary) Despite losing part of his lower leg, earned a varsity letter as a goalkeeper for the Seton Hall soccer team. Brian D. Conlan (1979, Football, 30’s) Captain of three Seton Hall football teams, playing both offense and defense. Edward A. Coppola (1977, Honorary) Head athletic trainer for over 30 years. Michael Costigan (2012, Golf, 1996-99) First golfer in school history to capture BIG EAST Championship .. Led Pirates to consecutive appearances in NCAA East Regional. Anthony P. Cuccolo (1991, Basketball, 60’s) Tenacious defender who also scored 921 career points. Phil Cundari (2010, Baseball, 80’s) BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year in 1985... Ranks among the leaders in career wins, starts, and strikeouts. Robin L. Cunningham (1984, Basketball/ Tennis, 70’s) First woman to receive an athletic scholarship and have number retired (32)… Scored 1,003 career points while posting a 52-15 record in tennis singles. George Ramos Curvy (2012, Baseball, 1974-77)

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Seton Hall’s first African-American All-American... Made back-toback College World Series appearances in 1974 and 1975. Morris J. Curotta (1977, Track & Field, 50’s) Ran on mile relay teams which won IC4A indoor and outdoor titles in 1951… Member of 1948 and 1952 Australian Olympic Teams. Gerald E. Dalton (1982, Honorary) Student manager for basketball and track teams… Chairman of the first Hall of Fame Committee. Melvin J. Dalton (1980, Track & Field, 20’s) Undefeated in all cross country and two-mile events in 1925… U.S. Olympic team member in steeplechase in 1928. Samuel D’Ambola (1976, Fencing, 40’s) Member of the 1942 Eastern Intercollegiate Champion team that won 68 straight matches. Alfred Daley (1984, Track & Field, 70’s) Two-time All-American … Member of 1976 and 1980 Jamaican Olympic mile relay teams. Robert E. Davies (1973, Basketball, 40’s) Two-time All-American and leading scorer for three seasons… On NBA’s Silver Anniversary team. Richard E. Dec (1979, Basketball, 60’s) All-America honorable mention… Had 1,123 career points, while never missing a game. Terry Dehere (2002, Basketball, 1989-93) All-time leading scorer and consensus All-American... First Pirate to have his number retired while an active player. Francis E. Delany (1977, Basketball/Baseball, 30’s & 40’s) Four-year member of basketball team and captain of the 15-1 baseball squad. Norman J. Dermody, Jr. (1981, Baseball, 60’s) School record holder in career shutouts (9) and tied for complete games (21)... 1967 Met Conference Pitcher of the Year. Anna Cavanaugh Dierickx (1980, Honorary) First woman inducted into the Hall of Fame… Strong supporter of Seton Hall athletics. Edward A. Dierickx (1973, Honorary) Member of “Friends of Seton Hall University” and an honorary member of the Seton Hall Alumni Federation. Victor J. DiFilippo (1989, Lifetime Achievement Award) Credited with starting the physical education program, teaching for 44 years… One of the first coaches/trainers of Seton Hall athletes. Sue (Dilley) Regan (1989, Women’s Basketball Coach, 197385) Won 193 games and made six AIAW Tournament appearances with a title in 1979. Charles Doehler (1997, Freshman Baseball Coach) Freshman baseball coach for 15 years with a winning percentage of .950… Credited with the development of many Seton Hall greats. John V. Donovan, Jr. (1979, Baseball, 70’s) School record-holder for shutouts in a season (5) and complete games (21)… Second in U.S. in 1969 with a 0.62 ERA. Most Rev. John J. Dougherty (1978, Honorary) University President from 1959 to 1969 who held strong beliefs in the value of athletics to education process. Walter J. Dukes, Jr. (1973, Basketball, 50’s) All-American and Haggerty Award recipient… All-time leading rebounder (1,697) and member of the 1953 NIT Champions. William J. Eyres (1981, Honorary) One of the major supporters of the university... Founder of the Winners’ Circle for the basketball program. Msgr. Thomas G. Fahy (1975, Athletic Director, 50’s)

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Served as athletic director for several years in the 1950’s. Larry Falcon (1984, Baseball, 60’s) Owned a 14-4 career record with a career ERA of 1.26. Milton A. Feller (1976, Baseball, 20’s) Outstanding outfielder for the baseball team from 1922 to 1925. Msgr. William Noe Field (1984, Honorary) First basketball season ticket holder after Walsh Gym was built, never missing a home game through 1966. Benjamin F. Fields (1982, Track & Field, 70’s) School record holder in the high jump… All-American in 1975, while ranking among the top 10 high jumpers in the world. Rev. Francis J. Finn (1976, Honorary) One of the originators of the annual “Friends of Seton Hall” dinner. Alfred Frungillo (2012, Honorary) A loyal and dedicated supporter of Seton Hall University, his philanthropic efforts have contributed to the advancement of a number of university, athletics and law school initiatives. Peter X. Finnerty (1976, Baseball/Basketball, 40’s) Captained baseball and basketball teams… Member of the undefeated basketball squad in 1940. Theodore A. Fiore (1980, Baseball, 60’s) All-District II team as an outfielder while driving in 37 runs. Robert B. Fisher (1986, Basketball, 40’s) Second leading scorer on basketball team that posted a 55-5 record over three years. Msgr. Edward J. Fleming (1986, Honorary) Worked to enrich varsity sports at the university… Served as chairman of the Athletic Council. Frank S. Fletcher (1982, Track & Field, 40’s) Ran on world-record setting two-mile relay team in 1942. Frank Fox (2000, Track & Field, ‘40’s) Member of mile relay teams which captured two IC4A and Millrose game championships... Was a 1948 All-American. Leslie A. Fries (1974, Basketball/Baseball, 20’s) Captain of the baseball team and three-year captain of the basketball team. Richard W. Gaines (1978, Basketball, 50’s) Ranks 13th on all-time scoring list (1,511) while on two NIT teams. Nicholas Galis (1991, Basketball, 70’s) Ranks as the 10th all-time leading scorer (1,651) points and 8th in assists (410)… Averaged 27.5 ppg, third in nation as senior. George J. Germann, Sr. (1977, Track & Field, 60’s) On 1963-64 National AAU two-mile relay championship team. Herbert J Germann (1978, Track & Field, 60’s) First NCAA Champion in school history in any sport (1,000 yard

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run). David Gerstein (2004, Honorary) Co-founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and co-chair of the Richie and Sue Regan Endowed Fund for Athletics. John Gibson (2000, Track & Field Coach, 1945-72) Legendary coach who guided Seton Hall athletes to numerous national and intercollegiate championships, in relays and individual events. Nolle Graham (2012, Track & Field, 1998-02) A five-time All-American... Named Most Outstanding Performer at the 2001 BIG EAST Outdoor Championships. Adrian Griffin (2010, Basketball, 1991-94) Scored 1,414 career points, won Haggerty Award, and was a member of 1993 BIG EAST Championship squad. Ozelina Gorham (1997, Basketball, 80’s) Ranks second all-time in four categories- points (1,668), rebounds (1,224), steals (252), and field goals made (665). James Hanna (1976, Soccer, 50’s) Three-time All-American… Played for teams which put together two 18-game unbeaten streaks. Michael W. Hannon (1975, Basketball/Baseball, 50’s) Member of the 1953 NIT Champions… Hit .355 while playing right field. Flirtisha Harris (2004, Track & Field, 90’s) Earned All-America status in 400 meter run or 1600 meter relay 13 times during her career. Todd Heimer (1986, Baseball, 70’s) Notched a 20-7 career pitching record with a career 2.92 ERA. Edward J. Heine, Sr. (1978, Baseball/Football/Basketball/ Track, 10’s) Only four-sport letterman in school history with a total of 11. John C. Henderson (1974, Honorary) Loyal athletics fan who was member of the University Board of Trustees. Kevin Hennessey (1989, Track & Field, 60’s) Won three national championships as a member of the two-mile relay teams. Ian Hennessy (2006, Men’s Soccer, 80’s) Led SHU to three BIG EAST titles and was Most Outstanding Player twice... Third Team All-American in 1987 Frank J. Hill, Sr. (1977, Basketball Coach, 1911-30) Compiled a 191-75-1 record as head coach. Shaheen Holloway (2012, Basketball, 1996-00) Three-time All-BIG EAST selection... Ranks as the school’s all-time leader in assists and among the top-three in steals.

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Robert Holm (1989, Basketball, 40’s) Standout for teams that won 39 straight games over a two-year span. Rev. John J. Horgan (1976, Athletic Director) Athletic Director from 1960 to 1972… Responsible for the building of the athletic “bubble”. Donald Horn (1997, Honorary) Founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund in 1960, known then as “Friends of Seton Hall University”. Msgr. Michael W. Hornak (1977, Basketball/Baseball, 20’s) Gifted athlete who played baseball and basketball. Paul Horowitz (1984, Honorary) Historian and publicity director for first 10 years of the Athletic Hall of Fame. Kenneth House (1978, Basketball, 70’s) One of four athletes to have compiled 1,000 points (1,670) and 1,000 rebounds (1,149) in career. Robert A. Issler (1980, Baseball/Golf, 70’s) Undefeated as a freshman pitcher… Won both Metropolitan and New Jersey Public Golf Championships. Peter D. Jones, Sr. (1979, Baseball/Basketball, 10’s) Third leading scorer on the basketball team for two seasons. Charles Joseph (1986, Track & Field, 70’s) Two-time All-American and All-IC4A honoree eight times. Arturas Karnisovas (2008, Basketball, 1990-94) Scored over 1,500 career points and led Pirates two BIG EAST Tournament Championships. O. Lawrence Keefe (1976, Honorary) Was the first full-time sports information director. Msgr. James F. Kelley (1975, Honorary) Youngest person to serve as president of a university when appointed in 1935. Rev. Michael E. Kelly (1986, Honorary) Member of the University Athletic Council and chairman of the Athletic Hall of Fame… Chaplain to the football and wrestling teams. Louis E. Kernan (1973, Honorary) Member of the Board of Trustees, former president of the “Friends of Seton Hall University”, and member of the President’s Advisory Board. Raymond Keyes (1980, Baseball, 30’s) Shortstop who compiled a career average of .377. Sacha Kljestan (2012, Soccer, 2003-05) First-Team All-American in 2004 and Third-Team selection in

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2005... Led SHU to three NCAA Tournament appearances. Kenneth Kunzman (2004, Honorary) Co-founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and co-chair of the Richie and Sue Regan Endowed Fund for Athletics. Aaron Kurtzman (1981, Swimming, 50’s) All-American in the butterfly while winning three Eastern Intercollegiate titles. James Lampariello (1991, Administration) Director of Sports Promotion from 1978 to 1982. Thaddeus S. Lepcio (1973, Baseball, 50’s) Member of the 1950 NCAA District II Champions that qualified for the College World Series. Msgr. Richard Liddy (2008, Administration) Men’s Basketball Chaplain for over two decades... Former acting University Chancellor John P. Ligos (1984, Basketball, 50’s) On team that compliled a record of 60-25 and qualified for two NIT berths. Msgr. Charles E. Lillis (1976, Athletic Director) Athletic Director from 1927 to 1945… Founder and director of the Seton Hall Track Carnival.
Chester A. Lipski (1975, Track & Field, 40’s) Anchor of the two-mile relay team that set a then-world record at the 1942 Navy Relief Games. Charles F. Lorenzo (1979, Basketball, 50’s) Member of three NIT teams in the 1950’s… Scored 775 points in his career. Melvin Knight (1978, Basketball, 70’s) Had 775 career points and 243 rebounds, despite playing just 50 career games because of injuries. Robert N. Knoth (1978, Baseball, 40’s) One of the greatest hitters in baseball history, hitting .485 and .403 in his career. John A. Macknowski (1975, Basketball, 40’s) Member of the 1946-47 team that went 24-3. Edward W. Madjeski (1977, Baseball/Basketball/Soccer, 30’s) Earned nine letters in three sports. Albert L. Mamaux (1975, Baseball Head Coach, 1937-42) Compiled a 69-19 record, with an undefeated season in 1942. Phyllis A. Mangina (1991, Basketball/Softball, 80’s) All-time leader in steals (269) and tied for second in assists (441). Rev. John J. Mannion (1989, Honorary) Served as University chaplain for athletic teams and the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund. Richard E. Marks (1979, Baseball, 50’s)

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Owns a career batting average of .377 for 1958 and 1959 Metropolitan Conference champions. Peter Matischak(2010, Soccer, 80’s) Schools all-time leader in points (152), goals (59), and assists (34)... Named BIG EAST Player of the Year in 1986. Francis P. Meehan (1973, Baseball/Basketball, 10’s) One of the first “big men” to play college basketball. Nick Menza (1989, Soccer Coach, 1958-84) Second on all-time coaching wins list for soccer with 106 in 27 seasons. Megan Meyer (2010, Softball, 2002-05) Won back-to-back BIG EAST Championships in 2004 and 2005... Two-time All-American... Schools all-time leader in wins (81) and strikeouts (686). Peter A. Milone (1986, Fencing, 40’s) Four-time gold medalist at the Eastern Intercollegiate Conference championships with a 127-5 record. Charles Mitchel (1991, Basketball, 60’s) Scored 944 points in his career. John J. Monteleone (1977, Baseball/Soccer, 60’s) Career batting average of .335 and honorable mention AllAmerica as a goalkeeper. John Moon (1997, Track & Field Coach, 1972-Present) Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year and 1994 National Women’s Coach of the Year… Has coached 19 Olympians and 64 All-Americans. John Morris (1989, Baseball, 80’s) All-America First Team as a junior… Set 12 records while playing. Matt Morris (2004, Baseball, 90’s) First Team All-American in 1995… First round draft pick of St. Louis Cardinals and eventual National League All-Star. John Morton (1997, Basketball, 80’s) Member of 1989 Final Four team who ranks 11th on all-time scoring list (1,621). Glenn Mosley (1984, Basketball, 70’s) One of four players to record 1,000 points (1,441) and 1,000 rebounds in a career… Led nation in rebounding in 1977 (16.3). Rev. Daniel A. Murphy (1980, Honorary) Considered one of the prime authorities on Seton Hall athletics history. John Murphy (1989, Basketball & Tennis Coach, 1960’s-80’s) Assistant basketball coach for 10 years and freshman team coach for eight. Thomas A. Murphy (1974, Honorary) Served as a scout for basketball coaches John “Honey” Russell and Richie Regan. Stephen Nagy (1975, Baseball, 40’s) Posted a collegiate pitching record of 22-1 with 13 consecutive wins. Al Negratti (1997, Basketball, 40’s) Key member of the John “Honey” Russell teams that compiled a record of 71-7. Julius Nicolai (2006, Baseball, 50’s) One of the top pitchers in the country during his time... Ranked eighth nationally with a 0.83 ERA in 1957. William T. Nolan (1975, Baseball, 50’s) All-American in his senior season with a batting average of .392. Pat O’Kelly (1997, Soccer, 80’s) First Team All-American and BIG EAST Player of the Year twice… Academic All-American and Hermann Trophy Finalist. Rev. John J. Outwater (1976, Baseball/Basketball, 20’s) Captain of the basketball team from 1924 to 1927. Patrick M. Pacillo (1991, Baseball, 80’s)

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Third team All-American in 1984… Helped team to a 41-13 record and an NCAA East Regional berth. Susan G. Patton (1991, Women’s Tennis Coach, 1972-90) Posted winning seasons in 17 of 18 years, with a career record of 162-57-1… Won the NJAIAW championship in 1982 and 1983. Michael Paul (1991, Track & Field, 80’s) BIG EAST Indoor Champion in the 400 meters in 1981… Ranked number-two in the world in the 400 meters. Edward R. Petrie (1978, Basketball, 50’s) Scored 943 points during his career… Member of 1955-56 NIT team. Derrick Peynado (1989, Track & Field, 80’s) Seven-time All-American and Member of 1981 and 1982 BIG EAST indoor champion teams. Kenneth P. Pine (1978, Basketball/Baseball, 40’s) On basketball team that won 41 consecutive games while posting a 25-3 pitching record. Joseph E. Polinski (1986, Soccer, 50’s) Led the team in scoring from 1950 to 1952. Austin M. Prokop (1977, Fencing, 40’s) Member of Eastern Intercollegiate Championship team and individual titlist in the foil. Charles Puleo (1984, Baseball, 70’s) Had a 21-7 record with 172 strikeouts for two College World Series teams. William Raftery (1984, Head Basketball Coach, 1970-81) Career record of 154-141 with four ECAC post-season berths and two NIT bids. Ramon Ramos (2006, Men’s Basketball, 1985-89) Led Seton Hall to the 1989 NCAA Championship game... First Team All-BIG EAST player, shot .557 from the floor in his career. James R. Reardon (1981, Honorary) Co-founder of the Owen T. Carroll Diamond Club. Richard J. Regan (1973, Basketball) Ranks 20th on all-time scoring list (1,167) and member of the 1953 NIT Champions… Had 112 wins as coach. Rev. Francis D. Reynolds (1982, Basketball/Baseball/ Football/Track, 20’s) Star fullback for the football team and a high jumper. James E. Reynolds (1979, Honorary) Served on the Alumni Board of Directors… Charter member of the “Friends of Seton Hall”. Paul Riccardi (1981, Fencing, 40’s) Won four Eastern Intercollegiate epee titles and U.S. Intercollegiate foil title. Arnold W. Ring (1980, Basketball, 50’s) Member of three NIT teams, including 1953 champions… Earned All-NIT Second Team honors. George Ring (2010, Honorary, 1962-65) Generous contributor to Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and several other initiatives... The building which houses the offices for Pirate Blue bears his name. Joseph S. Ritter, M.D. (1980, Baseball, 50’s) Captain of the 1959 team and District II All Star at shortstop. Joseph M. Robertson (1975, Honorary) Involved with the Winners’ Circle, the Diamond Club, and “Friends of Seton Hall”. Marteese Robinson (2002, Baseball, 1985-87) Nation’s leading hitter in 1987 for the BIG EAST champion team... Named the NCAA’s Co-Player of the Year and an All-America. John D. Russell (1973, Head Basketball Coach, 1937-43, 1949-60) Coach of the 1953 NIT championship… Holds a career record of

295-129. John Rutherburg (1997, Basketball, 40’s) Member of teams from 1940 to 1942 which won 41 straight games. Edward A. Sadowski (1974, Basketball, 30’s) All-America honorable mention in 1940. Geraldine Saintilus Smith (2010, Women’s Basketball, 1986-89) Program’s higest scorer with 1,804 career points. Robert Saugstad (1981, Golf, 60’s) Placed in top 10 individuall as team earned a fourth-place finish at the 1968 Metropolitan Intercollegiate Golf Championships. Frank B. Saul, Jr. (1973, Basketball, 40’s) First basketball player to score 1,000 career points (1,011). James H. Scheick (1979, Football, 60’s) Club Football All-American in 1968 and 1969. Manfred Schellscheidt (2008, Soccer Head Coach, 1988-present) Guided the Pirates to over 200 victories and two BIG EAST titles. Albert M. Senavitis (1982, Basketball, 60’s) Top playmaker who scored 904 career points. William R. Sheppell (1975, Soccer, 40’s) Three-time All-American (1948-50) who scored 3l career goals. Michael Sheppard, Sr. (1996, Baseball Head Coach, 197303) Led teams to 12 NCAA Tournament bids and two College World Series appearances… Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year. Michael Sheppard, Jr. (1991, Baseball, 80’s) Outstanding fielding shortstop, had 115 consecutive chances without making an error. Thomas J. Sheridan (1977, Honorary) Worked at Seton Hall for over 30 years… Has annual award in his memory for baseball player. Harry F. Singleton (1976, Basketball/Soccer/Baseball, 20’s) Seton Hall’s first All-Eastern selection in basketball and soccer. Kelly Smith (2008, Soccer, 1997-2000) First women’s soccer player to be inducted... Two-time NCAA statistical champion in goals and points per game. Charles Slade (1979, Track & Field, 50’s) Member of two Intercollegiate champion mile-relay teams and squad which won five straight championship events at MSG. Eugene Smith (2010, Golf, 1997-2000) Won BIG EAST Individual title in 2000 and won a school-record six tournaments during his tenure. Frank L. Spatuzzi (1980, Baseball, 30’s)

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Played four years, hitting over .400 two seasons. Andrew W. Stanfield (1973, Track & Field, 50’s) Three-time National AAU 60 yard and 200 meter champion… Won three Olympic gold medals in 1952 and 1956. Msgr. Edwin V. Sullivan (1997, Honorary) Baseball team’s chaplain for over 25 years. John H. Suminski (1982, Basketball, 60’s) Scored 846 points in his career. Golden L. Sunkett (1981, Basketball, 60’s) Holds the single season assist record (197) and per game average (8.57). Phillip Thigpen, Sr. (1976, Track & Field, 40’s) National AAU 1,000 yard champion in 1948 and three-time IC4A champion. Frank J. Tracey (1979, Honorary) High school basketball coach who had tremendous influence in bringing athletes to Seton Hall. John S. Tracey (1977, Baseball, 60’s) All-American in 1964 for team which went to College World Series. Msgr. Joseph P. Tuite (1989, Honorary) Assistant athletic director and director of the basketball office in the 1940’s. Frank Turner (2004, Track & Field, 40’s & 50’s) Member of mile-relay team that won IC4A and NYAC championships at MSG… Ran lead-off leg on dominant relay teams of the early 1950’s. Gregory M. Tynes (1986, Basketball, 70’s) One of only three players to have over 2,000 career points, 2,059 3rd all-time… Honorable mention All-American. John W. Valentin (1996, Baseball, 80’s) All-American third team and All-BIG EAST, hitting .392 as a junior. Andrew Valmon (1997, Track & Field, 80’s) Three-time All-American and holder of three records… Two-time Olympic gold medalist on 1984 and 1988 mile relay teams. Maurice Vaughn (1996, Baseball, 80’s) Three-time All-American and BIG EAST Player of the Decade… School’s all-time career leader in home runs and RBI. Jerry Walker (2004, Basketball, ‘90s) 1993 BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year… Led Pirates to two BIG EAST titles and three NCAA appearances. Frank E. Walsh, Jr. (1991, Honorary) Major supporter of the University’s athletic program… Chair of the Board of Regents. Robert F. Wanzer (1974, Basketball, 40’s) Led 1946-47 team to a 24-3 and had number retired… Naismith

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Basketball Hall of Fame inductee. Louis F. Welaj (1981, Baseball, 40’s) Helped Pirates put together a 26-game winning streak over 1941 and 1942 seasons. Nicholas G. Werkman III (1972, Basketball, 60’s) Second on the all-time scoring list (2,273) career points… One of four players with over 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds. Mark Whitford (2010, Honorary, 1990-93) Former wrestler who perished during the attacks of September 11, 2001. Richard S. Wieczezak (1982, Baseball, 60’s) All-America third team and member of 1964 College World Series squad. Angela Williams (2006, Track & Field, 80’s) First female All-American at SHU, earning the honor twice... Competed at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics. Shana Williams (2008, Track & Field, 1989-93) Seven-time NCAA All-America and 13-time BIG EAST Champion... First woman in BIG EAST history to win the outdoor high jump

four times. Robert Wussler (2006, Honorary) Generous supporter of Seton Hall athletics... Former member of the Board of Regents Dana Wynne (2004, Basketball, 90’s) All-time leader in rebounding in BIG EAST play… Led nation in rebounding in 1996… Three-time honorable mention AllAmerica. A. Zachary Yamba (1980, Soccer, 60’s) Scored 21 goals in 1962, a record that lasted for 24 years. Hector Zamora (2006, Men’s Soccer, 90’s) One of the finest men’s soccer players at SHU... First Team AllAmerican and adidas Scholar-Athlete All-American as a senior. * Special thanks to Robert L. Carter ’51, a 1974 Hall of Fame Inductee, for his assistance in the compilation of this list.

PIRATE BLUE ATHLETIC FUND

Recognizing Seton Hall University’s long and distinguished athletic history, the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund was founded in 1985 by Pirate legend Richie Regan ’53 as the University’s athletic fund-raising vehicle. Through annual contributions, Pirate Blue enables the University to fund critical initiatives such as recruiting, travel, equipment, facilities, and academic advising. The funds raised through Pirate Blue are essential in allowing Seton Hall to remain competitive in the BIG EAST Conference. Pirate Blue members have a special connection to the Seton Hall athletic program, as they receive exclusive benefits and invitations, while also playing a key role in the continuing advancement of our student-athletes.

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Craig Biggio

Rick Cerone

Sacha Kljestan

NOTABLE ALUMNI Craig Biggio, Former Professional Baseball Player, Houston Astros Mark Bryant, Former Professional Basketball Player; Current NBA Assistant Coach, Oklahoma City Honorable Brendan T. Byrne, Former Governor of New Jersey Richard “Rick” Cerone, Former Broadcaster, Baseball Network; Former Professional Baseball Player, New York Yankees, New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Montreal Expos Raymond G. Chambers, Philanthropist, Chairman of the Amelior Foundation, Inc. Joseph Clark, Former Principal, East Side High School (portrayed in the film Lean on Me); Consultant/Lecturer Ronald J. Cicenia (Carey), Actor Chuck Connors, Actor, The Rifleman, Arrest and Trial, Cowboy in Africa and The Yellow Rose. Baseball career with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs. Basketball career with the Boston Celtics Samuel Dalembert, Professional Basketball Player, Sacramento Kings Robert Dubill, Executive Editor, USA Today Richard Ensor, Commissioner, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Jack Gallagher Jr., President, Drake Bakeries David B. Gerstein, President, Thermwell Products Company, Inc. Adrian Griffin, Current NBA Assistant Coach, Milwaukee Bucks, Former Professional Basketball Player Honorable Katherine J. Sweeney Hayden, Federal Court Judge, U.S. District Court of New Jersey James “Jim” Hunter, Lead Radio Announcer, Baltimore Orioles Sacha Kljestan, Professional Soccer Player, Anderlecht (Belgian Professional League); Member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team George J. Kresge, “The Amazing Kreskin”, Magician Helen Lerner, Mega Millions Lottery Winner Bob Ley, Sports Broadcaster ESPN, ABC Matt Morris, Former Professional Baseball Player, St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates

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Bart S. Oates, Vice President, Gale & Wentworth, Inc.; Former Professional Football Player, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers Honorable Donald M. Payne, U.S. Congressman (D-NJ) Bill Raftery, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN, CBS Nicholas L. Ribis, President and CEO, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts Thomas Sharkey, Chairman, Fleet Insurance Advisors Donald Skwar, Executive Editor/Sports, Boston Globe Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher, California Representative Andrew O. Valmon, Head Track and Field Coach, University of Maryland; Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Maurice “Mo” Vaughn, Former Professional Baseball Player, New York Mets, Anaheim Angels, Boston Red Sox E. Duke Vincent, Vice-Chairman, Spelling Television; Executive Producer, Spelling Television Shows (Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place) Richard J. “Dick” Vitale, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN, ABC; NBA Hall of Famer Max M. Weinberg, Former Music Director Late Night with Conan O’Brien; Drummer, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Shana Williams, Professional Track Athlete; 1996 & 2000 United States Olympic Team Member Robert J. Wussler, President and CEO, Ted Turner Pictures, LLC

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ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Matt Sweeney

Assistant Athletics Director Athletics Communications

Vincent Novicki

Adam Satz

Associate Director Athletics Communications

Ann Marie Vasquez

Assistant Director Athletics Communications

Matt Sweeney Assistant Athletics Director / Athletics Communications Contact For: Men’s Basketball, Baseball, Men’s/Women’s Golf Sweeney e-mail....................................................... matthew.sweeney@shu.edu Vincent Novicki Associate Director / Athletics Communications Contact For: Women’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Softball Novicki e-mail.................................................................vincent.novicki@shu.edu Adam Satz Assistant Director / Athletics Communications Contact For: Volleyball, Tennis, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Satz e-mail.................................................................................adam.satz@shu.edu

Athletics Communications Secretary

The Office of Athletics Communications at Seton Hall welcomes your continued interest in the University and its athletics program. For information, interviews, photographs and credentials, please call (973) 761-9493 or e-mail the respective sport contact. MEDIA CREDENTIALS Credentials for media covering Seton Hall at Walsh Gym, Owen T. Carroll Field, Ivy Hill Park or on the University’s campus should be attained by contacting the Office of Athletics Communications by phone at (973) 761-9493, by fax at (973) 761-9061, or by emailing the respective sport contact. Seton Hall reserves the right to revoke press credentials at any time for any reason. PHOTO CREDENTIALS All photographers attending Seton Hall home athletics contests must wear proper credentials. Request for credentials should be made in advance by contacting the Office of Athletics Communications by phone at (973) 761-9493, by fax at (973) 761-9061, or by emailing the respective sport contact.

INTERVIEWS All requests for player or coach interviews, either in person or via phone, must be arranged through the Office of Athletics Communications. Advance notice of at least 24 hours is preferred. BROADCASTS All requests to broadcast Seton Hall athletics contests should be made in writing; they must be approved by Seton Hall Director of Athletics Patrick Lyons. Please contact the Office of Athletics Communications for specific information particular to each sport. PRESS ROW Only accredited members of the media will be issued credentials to cover Seton Hall athletics, and only those issued passes will be permitted to sit on press row. Members of the media are reminded that press row is a working area and cheerleading for either the home or visiting team will not be tolerated. MEDIA SERVICES Seton Hall University and opponent’s game notes, up-to-date statistics, BIG EAST Conference notes and statistics, and game flip cards will be available to working members of the media. Halftime and final statistics and will also be distributed on press row when applicable. Fax services are available upon request. POST-GAME Seton Hall coaches and student-athletes are available for comment following a post-game cooling off period. Locker rooms are closed to the media.

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FEBRUARY 2 at Army 11 AM WEST POINT, N.Y. 3 vs. Binghamton 10 AM

WEST POINT, N.Y. 15 at NJIT 6 PM NEWARK, N.J. 17 at Princeton 11 AM PRINCETON, N.J. 23 vs. Towson 7 PM ANNAPOLIS, MD. 24 at Navy 3 PM ANNAPOLIS, MD. MARCH 2 at Fairfield 7 PM FAIRFIELD, CONN. 5 at UC-San Diego 2 PM SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 6 vs. Vanguard 4 PM SAN DIEGO CALIF. 7 vs. Point Loma 8 PM SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 23 at Syracuse* 10 AM SYRACUSE, N.Y. 24 vs. Providence* 10 AM SYRACUSE, N.Y. 28 GEORGETOWN* 12 PM SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. APRIL 5 VILLANOVA* 2 PM SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. 7 at Connecticut* 12 PM STORRS, CONN. 10 at Rutgers* 2 PM PISCATAWAY, N.J. 13 ST. JOHN’S* 1 PM SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. 2013 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT APRIL 18-21 TAMPA, FLA.

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