SOUTH ORANGE — After the frenzy over Saint Peter's NCAA tournament run, the Seton Hall University women's basketball team is still dancing in the Women's National Invitation Tournament.

The Pirates advanced to the Final Four of the WNIT as they defeated Columbia in New York City on Monday.

It's a first for the women's program, making it to the national semifinals of the independent tournament.

Seton Hall has now won 15 of their last 17 games.

Next up, the team heads south to face Middle Tennessee in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on Thursday.

Earlier this month, Seton Hall played in the Big East Championship at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

The Pirates faced off against Butler, Creighton and Villanova.

Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team 2022 March
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team 2022 March
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team 2022 March
Seton Hall women's basketball coach Tony Bozzella at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team 2022 March
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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Seton Hall women's basketball team 2022 March
Seton Hall women's basketball team at the recent Big East Championship in CT (credit Ben Solomon)
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