Seton Hall Pirates men's soccer

The Seton Hall Pirates men's soccer team represents Seton Hall University in all NCAA Division I men's college soccer competitions. The program was founded in 1928, and currently competes in the Big East Conference. Seton Hall is currently coached by Andreas Lindberg and play their home matches at Owen T. Carroll Field in South Orange, New Jersey.

Seton Hall Pirates men's soccer
Founded1928 (1928)
UniversitySeton Hall University
Head coachAndreas Lindberg (2nd season)
ConferenceBig East
LocationSouth Orange, NJ
StadiumOwen T. Carroll Field
(Capacity: 1,800)
NicknamePirates
ColorsBlue and White[1]
         
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
1988, 2001
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
1988, 1991, 1992, 2001, 2005
NCAA Tournament appearances
1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Conference Tournament championships
1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1992
Conference Regular Season championships
1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991

Team honors

Conference championships

Records

Coaching records

Years Coach Pld. W L T Pct.
1928Tom O’Connor7331.500
1938, 1941George Miele8071.063
1939Edmund Piasecki8323.563
1940Michael Stanish4031.125
1946–55Bill Garry87522510.655
1956–57Frank Boccia211362.667
1958–84Nick Menza35510622524.332
1985–87Ed Kelly5940136.729
1988–2011Manfred Schellscheidt37120412938.601
2012–17Gerson Echeverry101286310.327
2018–Andreas Lindberg15672.467

Single-season records

Statistics below show the all-time program leaders.[2]

CategoryRecord holderTotal
Points Peter Matischak57
Goals Peter Matischak23
Game-Winning Goals Gerson Echeverry6
Assists Sacha Kljestan15
Penalty Goals Sacha Kljestan6
Saves Steve Armenti5
Save Percentage Nick Dell'Acqua1.000
Goals Against Average Boris Pardo0.83
  • All-Time record: 449–476–47 (Through 2017 season)

Seasons

Year-by-year

NCAA Tournament history

Seton Hall has appeared in 11 NCAA Tournaments. Their most recent performance came in 2005. Their combined NCAA record is 5–11–1.[3]

Season Round Opponent Score
1986 Second round Penn State 0–2 OT
1987 Second round Rutgers 1–2
1988 Second round LIU 5–2
Quarterfinals Indiana 1–3
1990 First round Columbia 0–2
1991 First round Adelphi 1–1 PK
Second round Yale 3–4 2OT
1992 First round Hartford 2–0
Second round Dartmouth 3–4
2001 First round Coastal Carolina 2–1
Second round Virginia 1–0
Third round Fairleigh Dickinson 0–1
2002 First round Penn 0–1 OT
2003 First round Virginia 0–2
2004 First round Hofstra 1–2
2005 First round Hartwick 2–1
Second round Penn State 0–1

References

  1. Seton Hall University Graphic Standards Manual (PDF). Retrieved April 11, 2016.
  2. 2019 Seton Hall Men's Soccer Record Book (PDF) (91st ed.). South Orange, NJ: Seton Hall University. August 28, 2019. p. 20. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
  3. "NCAA Soccer: Men's Championship Brackets" (PDF). NCAA. January 23, 2019. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
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