Following an 0-3 showing during a compact three-game road trip over six days, Seton Hall appears up against the ropes just six games into the Big East season.
Seton Hall fell behind early again and was thoroughly outmatched as they dropped their third-straight in a 76-46 blowout at No. 1 Villanova
Seton Hall must dig deep to avoid another embarrassment when they visit top-ranked Villanova at the Pavilion on Monday night.
Seton Hall overcame a 16-point deficit to tie the game with two to play, but ultimately dropped their second straight game by a single possession in a 65-61 loss at Providence.
A six-point Seton Hall deficit was turned around over the closing 46 seconds of regulation, but Marquette held firm and hit their free-throws in overtime to ultimately stave off the Pirates in another wild meeting between the two schools.
Fresh off of their most dominant win of the season, Seton Hall first heads to the midwest to embark on a three-game road trip filled with tests.
NEWARK — Following a pedestrian first 10-15 minutes of action, Seton Hall came alive with some help from Desi Rodriguez and buried DePaul under a few inches of Newark snow and 31 points.
It looked like Seton Hall was sailing through fog, but a big first half from Desi Rodriguez sparked a game-changing 31-4 run to put the Pirates on their way to an 87-56 rout of DePaul.
Prior to playing three road games in six days, Seton Hall (11-3, 1-1) will try to build upon a win over Marquette when they play host to bottom-feeding DePaul in a Saturday afternoon matinee.