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.
Seton Hall trailed Creighton by four points at the final media timeout, just like they did eight days ago. And just like the last meeting, the Pirates came up big late-on to knock off the Jays, 81-75.
NEWARK (N.J.) — Your cardiac kids were at it again. Following a forgetful 35 minutes, Seton Hall overcame a late six-point deficit to squeak out a critical 63-58 win over Creighton.
NEWARK (N.J.) — Seton Hall trailed 54-48 at the final media timeout and looked a bit lost. Then Myles Powell scored 13 points including nine from the free throw stripe to prevent an ugly loss at Prudential Center.
In familiar fashion, No. 19 Seton Hall laid their second consecutive egg on the road in an 80-63 loss to Creighton in a game in which they never led.