Seton Hall held Creighton without an offensive board for nearly 30 minutes and dominated the Jays 46-27 on the glass, a battle that helped the Hall win an important war 75-65 on Saturday night in Omaha.
Despite losing four of their last five games, Seton Hall (13-6, 3-4) is still in solid shape if they take care of business over the next week and a half starting with a home test against basement team St. John’s (7-13, 0-7) on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.
If you agreed with my take last week that similarities existed between Seton Hall’s trip to Providence this season and their game at the Dunk last year, then we’re probably on the same page regarding some of the context of the Hall’s pending clash with No. 4 Villanova on Wednesday night.
There are a few obvious similarities between Seton Hall’s chance for redemption at No. 12 Providence on Saturday and their trip up to the Dunk last season, but I’m not sure if it’s fair to make the comparison (yet).
NEWARK – Fifth-year senior Derrick Gordon has called for a players-only meeting following Seton Hall’s head-scratching 82-67 loss to Creighton that featured three starters sitting on the bench for significant time in the second half.
A win is a win is a win, right? Seton Hall kept DePaul on life support by missing four late free throws and fouling Billy Garrett Jr. with next to no time left but were able to escape with their seventh-straight win by topping the Blue Demons 78-74. Most of the post-game talk is orbiting […]
You should know the narrative by now: Seton Hall’s defense turned things around after getting torched over the first 15 minutes of their 80-76 overtime win over Wichita State on Saturday in Newark. But more specifically, how did they force a top-10 turnover percentage team to cough it up 21 times and shoot just 32-percent […]
After trailing by 16 points with 10:38 to play, Seton Hall cut their deficit to just a point with 10 seconds remaining, but a Long Beach State offensive rebound off a missed front-end free throw sealed the deal for the 49ers in an 80-77 first round win at the Charleston Classic.
Outside of turnovers, Seton Hall played quite well for 30 minutes before struggling a bit down the stretch in a 69-59 win over Wagner at Walsh Gym on Sunday. My five thoughts on the game and five quotes from Kevin Willard and his players.
Seton Hall overcame a sloppy first half to comfortably cruise past Dartmouth 84-67 on Friday night at Prudential Center. My five thoughts on the Hall’s performance and five quotes from Kevin Willard and his players.