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Head Coach: Anthony Bozzella
Assistant Coaches: Lauren DeFalco, Marissa Flagg, Jose Rebimbas
2018-2019 Record: 15-16 Overall (.484), 7-11 Conference (.389), 11-4 Home Games, 3-10 Away Games, 1-2 Neutral
Rivals: St. John's Red Storm
Seton Hall Pirates Women's Basketball TicketsThe Seton Hall Pirates women's basketball team has been experiencing a rise to prominence in that past six years. After a long absence from postseason action, the Pirates finally returned to tournament play during the 2013-2014 season and would make further appearances four more times by the end of the 2018-2019 season. During this current tournament run, the Pirates posted three back-to-back-to-back 20-win seasons, including one 28-win season. Shadeen Samuels, a junior during the 2018-2019 season, is one of the top players on the team. As a junior, she was a First team All-Big East selection and a First Team All-Met. Additionally, Samuels was named the Big East Most Improved Player and walked away with top-scorer honors with an average of 20.3 points per game in the regular season. Another force on the court is Desiree Elmore, a sophomore in 2018-2019. Elmore transferred into the program and made 29 appearances, during which she posted double-digit scores in 14 games. Get your Seton Hall Pirates women's basketball tickets today at StubHub.
What is the Pirates' home stadium?Walsh Gymnasium is the home of the Seton Hall Pirates women's basketball team. It was built back in 1941 and has a capacity of 1,655. Various renovation projects over the past years have modernized different aspects of the facility without destroying the historic charm of the building.
What is Coach Anthony Bozzella's background in basketball?Coach Bozzella, once a Pirate on the men's basketball team, has an overall winning record for his time at Seton Hall (114-80). His first three years as head coach of the Pirates women's basketball team saw him lead the players to three consecutive 20-win seasons. Bozzella was also instrumental in getting the Pirates into NCAA tournament play in 2015, something that hadn't occurred since the 1994-1995 season. That same season, Bozzella became the Big East Coach of the Year and the Maggie Dixon Division I Coach of the Year. His first coaching gig was with Southampton College of Long Island University, a program that he turned into a winning force on the court. Within three years at Southampton, the team had earned its first winning season in its history and would post even more winning years, including a 20-win season in 1999-2000.
Are any Pirates women's basketball alumnae Hall of Famers?Phyllis Mangina was a both a player and a head coach for the Pirates women's basketball team. While wearing the jersey, Mangina was a critical component in a winning team that had a four-year record of 93-28 and four straight postseason appearances. She would go on to become the coach of the Pirates, guiding them to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 1994. Ka-Deidre Simmons graduated in 2015 holding the record for number of assists (562) and free throws (502). She also accumulated a few accolades during her journey as a Pirate, including 2015 Met Writers Women's Basketball Player of the Year and the 2015 Associated Press All-America honorable mention.
What division and conference does the Pirates women's basketball team play in?The Seton Hall Pirates women's basketball team is an NCAA Division I team and member of the Big East Conference. The Pirates joined the Big East for the 1982-1983 season.
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