NEWARK (N.J.) — At times, No. 16 Seton Hall tried pretty hard to drop their third straight, but ultimately came back from a ten-point first half deficit to beat No. 21 Butler 74-72 on a fitting buzzer-beating tip-in from Sandro Mamukelashvili.
Looking to rebound from a home loss to Creighton, No. 10 Seton Hall (18-7, 10-3) fell behind 28-5 and had their comeback fall short in a 74-71 loss at Providence.
Seton Hall failed to up the ante and make a strong case for a two-seed in their loss to Creighton, but there’s a lot to talk about from Myles Powell’s bad night at the office to Shavar Reynolds Jr’s expanded role.
NEWARK (N.J.) — Coming off the ultimate high of taking down Villanova on the road, No. 10 Seton Hall was grounded in an 87-82 loss to No. 23 Creighton.
Seton Hall’s history-shattering win at Villanova was one to savor. From key bench play to second half adjustments and clutch free throws, are the Pirates now a two-seed?