News Archive


  • June

    Eric Duncan '03 Named Miami Marlins Assistant Hitting Coach

    Former Seton Hall Prep Baseball Star Eric Duncan ('03) is moving from Minor League hitting coordinator to assistant hitting coach for the Major League Miami Marlins club.

    Duncan is in his first year with the Marlins' organization.

  • Joseph Cicala '85 Sworn In As The New Mayor Of Cedar Grove, Nj

    Joseph Cicala '85 sworn in as the new Mayor of Cedar Grove, NJ.  “We couldn’t have gotten a better person to serve on this council and we couldn’t have gotten a better mayor. He dedicates his time to his community and we are really fortunate to have him,” said outgoing Mayor Peter Tanella.  “I’m glad he’s here and I know the residents are too because on two separate occasions they overwhelmingly voted for him to be on this council.” 

  • Griffin Bridges Celebrates 25 Years of Tremendous Success

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  • SHP Tutors Celebrate Their Year’s Work April 16, 2019

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  • Matt O'Neill '15 Drafted By The New York Mets

    Matt O'Neill, class of 2015, was selected by The New York Mets in the 20th round of the 2019 MLB Draft.

    O'Neill played catcher for The Pirates, then attended The University of Pennsylvania.

  • May

    Sean Bryan '03 Shines In 'American Ninja Warrior' All-Star Special

    Sean Bryan '03 was the star of NBC's 'American Ninja Warrior' All-Star Special this past week.

    Bryan was the All Stars Challenge Champion and also won the Super Salmon Ladder title for the second year in a row, setting a new time record at 17.4 seconds.

    Bryan will compete in the show's 11th season, which began on Wednesday, May 29, on NBC.

  • March

    Yale Midfielder Brian Tevlin (Shp '17) Ready For Biggest Save Yet

    Seton Hall Prep Alumni Brian Tevlin is doing big things at Yale, and not only on the lacrosse field.

    The 2017 SHP graduate was a key contributor for Yale in his freshman season, even scoring a goal against Duke in the national championship. Heading into his sophomore season, Tevlin will be making even greater contributions off the field.

    Tevlin participated in a surgical process on Wednesday at a hospital near home in Livingston in hopes of helping someone in a dire situation by donating bone marrow.

    Tevlin first signed up for the national bone marrow donor registry as a high school junior. A few years later, Tevlin is slated to miss up to four weeks, maybe more, of the lacrosse season as he recovers from surgery.
    “I put myself in the other person’s shoes,” Tevlin said. “They’d told me it was a male in his 50s, and I thought God forbid if that was my father, and there was a college kid who only had to give up a couple of games for him to live. It seemed like a no-brainer when I said it to myself like that.”
    The Prep community is praying for a full recovery for Tevlin as we continue to support his athletic and academic career at Yale.
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