Teaneck, New Jersey- Seton Hall did it again on the road, knocking out Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 on Friday night. Quenzi Huermann (Vannes, France) found the back of the net in the 11e minute to deliver the only count of the match. The Pirates played with 10 men from 48e minute, like Luca Dahn (Kahl, Germany) was sent off after receiving his second yellow card of the night.

How did it happen
The two teams traded possession to open the game, but Seton Hall was able to launch a counterattack. After Mattias Almeida Sundell (Sweden) forced an FDU turnover, he pushed it back for JP Marin (Briarwood, NY) who sent a pass down. Huerman caught the ball, moved to his left and fired a shot past the goalkeeper to give Seton Hall a 1-0 lead.

Fairleigh Dickinson’s best chance of the first half came in the 30e minute, where Joshua Ferreira deflected a corner on the frame. Andrea Borg (Sliema, Malta) was in the right place at the right time as he cleared the alleged equalizer out of harm’s way.

Just three minutes into the second half, Dahn received his second yellow card of the night, forcing the Pirates to play a man for the final 42 minutes of the game. However, Seton Hall was undeterred, digging his heels in defensively to deny an FDU equalizer.

Hannes Ronnholmen (Stockholm, Sweden) was forced to make three of his four saves in the second half. He and the rest of the Pirates helped weather the storm, as FDU fired 10 shots in the second half but were unable to tie things up.

Inside the numbers

  • While Fairleigh Dickinson outshot the Pirates 16-7 on aggregate, the shots on goal were tied at 5-5.
  • Six different pirates recorded a shot, with Sundell leading with two.
  • Ian Albuquerque recorded all 90 minutes for the first time in his career.
  • Ronnholmen picks up his third shutout of the season.

News and notes

  • The head coach Andreas Lindberg now sits a 200 career win away.
  • Huerman becomes the first hacker to score a goal in consecutive games since Raz-Amirwho did it against NJIT and Army last season.
  • Huerman now has points in four of his first five games of the season and leads the team with seven points overall.
  • Each of Seton Hall’s three wins so far this season has been a shutout, the second time in three seasons (2020).
  • The Pirates have won five consecutive games by scoring the opening goal. Since the start of the 2020 season, the Pirates are 17-2-0 when scoring first.
  • Seton Hall is 7-0-1 in its last eight games against the New Jersey Schools.


The Pirates return home Tuesday night to complete the non-conference game against Army. It’s International Student Night at Owen T. Carroll Field, and students can pick up free soft pretzels before the game while supplies last. Kick-off is set for 6:56 p.m.