Conshohocken Resident Being Inducted Into Seton Hall University’s Hall of Fame

Conshohocken resident Debbie Hartnett is being inducted into Seton Hall University’s Hall of Fame for her record setting career playing for the women’s basketball team. Harnett is a 1989 graduate of Seton Hall. She is originally from Plymouth Meeting and is a graduate of Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.

During her career at Seton Hall, Hartnett was a four-year letter winner for the Pirates. At the time of her graduation she was the program’s third all-time leading scorer with 1,632 points. That number still ranks fifth in school history. She was a three-time All-BIG EAST selection, including second-team honors in 1988 and 1989. Her 1988 season was one of the best in school history; she averaged 18.3 points per game, which at the time was the highest in program history and still ranks fifth-best today. Her 89.7 percent free throw shooting in 1986-87 is still No. 1 in the record book.

The induction ceremony is on June 1st in New Jersey.