It has been bugging me since minutes after Seton Hall’s post-Arkansas press conference: How well did the 2016-17 Pirates do compared to expectations?
Greenville, S.C. — As the depressing dust settles on Seton Hall’s 21-win season, its time to digest on a more rational level what exactly happened.
Greenville, S.C. — Angel Delgado’s future at Seton Hall remains in flux as the nation’s leading rebounder refused to commit either way after losing to Arkansas in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Greenville, S.C. — The unraveling was already in progress, but a hard foul turned flagrant one with under a minute to play put the icing on a bitter cake as Seton Hall fell 77-71 to Arkansas in a gut-wrencher.
Greenville, S.C. — Seton Hall got their juices flowing at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena — nicknamed The Well — on Thursday by addressing the massive media presence on site and taking the court for a 40-minute open practice.
Most Seton Hall fans are unlike Khadeen Carrington: they were not able to see Arkansas play as recently as Saturday and probably unable to all season.
NEW YORK — In many ways, Friday night’s 55-53 Big East semifinal thriller between Seton Hall and No. 2 Villanova was a replica of last year’s title game.
Seton Hall used a 17-2 second half run to take down Marquette, 82-76, in a season rubber match that sets the Hall up with Villanova Friday night in the Big East semifinals.
NEW YORK — Marquette wasn’t able to take advantage of early Seton Hall engine trouble as the Pirates used a 17-2 second half run to hand the Golden Eagles an 82-76 loss to start their Big East title defense.
Seton Hall’s bubble burst in thrilling fashion on Saturday afternoon, as they downed No. 13 Butler in a game which will be remembered similarly to Pittsburgh in 2006, though hopefully with a better outcome.