Seton Hall Women’s Basketball Recruiting

Conference: Big East

Head Coach: Anthony Bozzella (10th season in 2022-23)

Official Pirates roster


Unofficial Seton Hall Women’s Basketball Scholarship Chart

Note: The NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to 2020-21 D-I winter sports athletes (including women’s basketball players). Until there is definitive word that a player will be taking advantage of this extra year, the WBB Blog scholarship charts will not reflect this extra eligibility.


Personnel Notes:

  • March 2021 entrants into the portal as grad transfers: Alexia Allesch (to Appalachian State), Desiree Elmore (to Rhode Island), and Jasmine Smith (to Loyola Marymount)
  • April 2021: Seton Hall adds two grad transfers—Sidney Cooks (Mississippi State; press release) and Katie Armstrong (Fairfield; press release)
  • May 2021: Ariel Cummings transfers in from West Virginia (press release)
  • July 2021: Britany Range transfers to UNC Wilmington
  • July 2021: assistant coach Lauren DeFalco is promoted to associate head coach, while assistant coach Marissa Flagg is elevated to assistant coach and director of international/junior college recruiting (press release)
  • August 2021: Saniaa Wilson (one-time 2021 commit) signs with Buffalo
  • December 2021: McKenna Minter enters her name into the transfer portal . . . and lands at Iowa Western (juco)
  • December 2021: Seton Hall announces the addition of Boston College transfer Allie Palmieri (press release)
  • January 2022: Femi Funeus enters her name into the portal as a grad transfer . . . and lands at Southern Miss
  • Additional portal entrants: Curtessia Dean to Wichita State, Mya Jackson to Cincinnati, Danielle Robinson (grad xfer) to Norfolk State, and Skylar Treadwell to Stetson
  • May 2022: roster additions from the portal—Alexia Allesch (grad xfer) from Appalachian State (press release), Azana Baines from Virginia Tech (press release), Shay Hagans from Penn State (press release), Jala Jordan (grad xfer) from Auburn (press release), and Kae Satterfield from Xavier (press release)
  • May 2022: Ali Jaques is added to the staff as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator (press release)
  • June 2022: Joniyah Bland-Fitzpatrick (2023) commits to Seton Hall
  • August 2022: Sydnee Eggleton (2023) commits to Seton Hall
  • October 2022: Savannah Catalon (2023) commits to Seton Hall

2022 Commitments

Shailyn Pinkney, 5-9 PG, East Hartford HS (CT) [committed 11/11/2020; signed 11/12/2021]


Former Targets

Ky’Shonna Brown, 5-10 PG, Josey HS (Augusta, GA) [offered September 2020; Seton Hall not among four finalists announced in October 2021]

Jordana Codio, 6-0 W, American Heritage School (Delray Beach, FL) [offered August 2018; committed to Wisconsin, June 2019]

Gia Cooke, 5-8 CG, Bishop McNamara HS (Forestville, MD) [offered July 2020; signed with Maryland, April 2022]

Nakiyah Hurst, 5-11 W, Milwaukee Academy of Science (WI) [offered September 2020; committed to North Dakota, October 2021]

Morgan Lee, 6-4 C, Kent School (CT) [offered September 2020; committed to Georgetown, November 2020]

Caroline Lyles, 5-11 SG, Fayetteville HS (AR) [offered July 2021; Seton Hall not among seven finalists announced in September 2021]

Aizhanique Mayo, 5-9 CG, Notre Dame Catholic HS (Fairfield, CT) [offered August 2020; committed to Marquette, September 2021]

Faith Pappas, 5-11 G, Pope John XXIII HS (Sparta, NJ) [offered June 2020; committed to Fordham, December 2020]

Paulina Paris, 5-7 G, Saddle River Day School (NJ) [Seton Hall not among eight finalists announced in January 2021]

Alex Pirog, 6-3 F, Highlands Ranch HS (CO) [offered July 2021; committed to Montana, September 2021]

Imarianah Russell, 5-11 W, Reynoldsburg HS (OH) [offered September 2020; Seton Hall not among five finalists announced in June 2021]

Reyna Scott, 5-8 PG, Nazareth HS (Brooklyn, NY) [offered July 2021; committed to Oklahoma, November 2021]


See next page for 2023 commitments and targets for Seton Hall women’s basketball



Disclaimers: The roster information, offers, and commitments are all unofficial. Offers come and go, so some offers listed may no longer be on the table, and some offers are erroneously reported. In addition, the target lists are inevitably incomplete because offers are not publicly reported for many prospects.


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