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List Of Seton Hall University Alumni - Notable Faculty and Alumni - Fictitious Alumni
... Detective Captain Jim Brass was said to have attended Seton Hall University, receiving a degree in history ... tells his daughter, Meadow, that he attended a semester and a half at Seton Hall and enjoyed his history classes, but realized that college life wasn't for him ... Melfi, that he left Seton Hall after getting in trouble ...
Big East Conference Baseball Tournament - Champions - By Year
... John's Muzzy Field • Bristol, CT Joe Armeni, Seton Hall 1986 St ... John's 1987 Seton Hall Muzzy Field • Bristol, CT Mo Vaughn, Seton Hall 1988 St ... Bank Ballpark • Bridgewater, NJ Bobby Brownlie, Rutgers 2001 Seton Hall Commerce Bank Ballpark • Bridgewater, NJ Isaac Pavlik, Seton Hall 2002 Notre Dame Commerce Bank Ballpark • Bridgewater ...
Seton Hall Pirates Men's Basketball
... The Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball program is the NCAA Division I intercollegiate men's basketball program of Seton Hall University in South Orange, in the U.S ...
Seton Hall Pirates Men's Basketball - History
... Seton Hall first season of basketball occurred in 1903–04, but the school did not field a team again until 1908–09, the year in which the university achieved their first winning season ... Gymnasium was opened in 1941 to permanently house the basketball team and featured one of the best Seton Hall teams of all time, termed the "Wonder Five", which led by All-American Bob Davies, earned the school's ... Seton Hall became a charter member of the Big East Conference in 1979 ...
List Of Seton Hall University Alumni - Campus - Buildings
... The President’s, Stafford and Marshall Hall were built when the College moved from Madison, New Jersey to South Orange ... Some of the more notable buildings on campus are President's Hall – One of the oldest buildings on campus and a flagship of the University, President’s Hall was completed ... at the epicenter of the main campus, President’s Hall is a neo-gothic structure dressed in brownstone ...

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