Transitions and injuries challenge SHU men’s lacrosse

The men’s lacrosse team at Seton Hill University (SHU) has been making a lot of difficult improvements this year. With a lack of upperclassmen to direct the team, both sophomores and freshmen have had to step up and assume leadership roles. Coach Brian Novotny, however, is confident in his team’s underclassmen. �We have 13 freshmen…

J.T. brings “sexy back” to Pittsburgh

Justin Timberlake (J.T.) was the first recording artist to bring �SexyBack� to the somewhat humdrum city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Timberlake’s performance took place on March 19, 2007 at the Mellon Arena. Though I had been anticipating the show for months — I bought tickets in November — I didn’tknow if J.T.’s show could live up…

Women’s tennis team sharpens both game and mind

Members of the women’s tennis team at Seton Hill University (SHU) know the true meaning of dedication to their sport. Daily runs, workouts, and late-night practice sessions are nothing new to any of these women, who enjoy the payoff of hard work. The ladies received their payoff at Penn State Behrend, where they landed an…

Women’s basketball team reflects on season

With only a handful of games left, the women’s basketball team at Seton Hill University (SHU) is wrapping up another season. The team has had a lot of obstacles to overcome, including their transition into the Division II competiton. Along with the team’s status change, came the arrival of assistant coach Tony Grenek, who joined…

Lady Griffins pleased with performance

As the women’s volleyball season at Seton Hill University (SHU) comes to a close, players and coaches alike are pleased with the overall outcome. The team welcomed six freshmen, two of whom were forced to start their first year due to injury. According to Rick Hall, the team’s head coach, these new players adjusted rather…

SHU officially welcomes freshmen

Incoming freshmen at Seton Hill University (SHU) received an official welcome on September 7, 2006, through this year’s Opening Liturgy and Book Discussion. The service, held in St. Joseph Chapel, began at 11:00 a.m. and featured various student ministers. Rev. Stephen Honeygosky, chaplain of SHU, delivered a touching message about this year’s freshman reading assignment,…