Four distinguished professionals visit Seton Hall student-athletes for career-oriented discussion.
For a third straight year, all 14 athletic programs donated a basket to help feed the less fortunate.
Members of Seton Hall Athletics take part in No-Shave November to raise funds for American Cancer Society
Pirates visit Benjamin Franklin Elementary and The League Inc. Pre School.
Roberto Sasso joined the Seton Hall staff in the spring of 2013, assuming his current position as Assistant Athletics Director/Student-Athlete Development and Leadership after serving more than a year as an Administrative Fellow in the BIG EAST Conference office in Providence, R.I.
While at the BIG EAST, he was charged with an expansive set of responsibilities, handling an assortment of administrative duties for football, basketball, Olympic sports and conference championships. In correlation with his role at SHU, Sasso served on the BIG EAST Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) of Administrators. As a part of the committee, he coordinated various aspects of the in-person visit to the BIG EAST for SAAC student-athletes including arranging community service opportunities and conducting topical presentations for the student-athletes in attendance.
A former track & field student-athlete and 2008 graduate of Florida International University, he went on to serve as a graduate assistant in both the athletics equipment and compliance offices at the University of Central Florida, earning a Master of Arts in sport and fitness in 2010.
A Miami native, Sasso boasts an extensive sports background that features stints as a basketball and track & field coach at the high school level as well as an internship within the FIU men's basketball program as an undergrad. He is also an active volunteer himself, having worked with a variety of charitable organizations and events such as Hugs for Heroes, Special Olympics of Rhode Island and Niketown's 5K for KIDS.