The last time Seton Hall beat in-state rivals Rutgers in four consecutive games, Bobby Gonzalez was at the helm of the Pirates’ ship. The Hall has a chance to repeat the feat on Friday night in front of a sold out crowd at Prudential Center.
The remainder of Seton Hall’s non-conference schedule after taking on South Carolina at MSG is far from difficult on paper.
In the second (official) installment of the Garden State Hardwood Classic, Seton Hall will look to replicate last season’s 81-54 blowout of in-state rivals Rutgers.
Seton Hall desperately needs bodies that can immediately help Angel Delgado in the paint and on the glass next season after the departure of senior power forward Brandon Mobley and they are targeting at least one in Ray Kasongo.