Largely intact ahead of their non-conference finale at Maryland on Saturday, Seton Hall has an opportunity to put a definitive stamp of approval on a fairly tough schedule.
NEW YORK — There is plenty more to mull over as the dust settles on Seton Hall’s big-time 84-83 win over No. 9 Kentucky.
Five Pirates reached double figures for the first time this season while Seton Hall held New Hampshire in check defensively in a 77-57 win at Prudential Center.
Seton Hall hit just three of their last fifteen shots and wilted on offense down the stretch in a disappointing loss to Louisville after leading by as many as nine in the second half.
Seton Hall’s offense sputtered early and often as they crashed hard against a strong top-30 Nebraska in the Gavitt Games.