NEWARK — On a day in which No. 22 Seton Hall looked sluggish against an inferior opponent with their best player glued to the bench, it was a series of young Pirates who helped picked up the slack.
NEWARK – No. 23 Seton Hall made easy work of Fairleigh Dickinson in their season-opener using by using a 20-3 first half run to bury their guests 90-68.
Seton Hall fans will get to see their team in action for the first time when the Pirates host La Salle tonight at Walsh Gym.
Seton Hall has picked up a commitment from Class of 2018 point guard Anthony Nelson (NY Lightning/South Kent, Conn.).
7-foot-2 junior college transfer Romaro Gill is helping Seton Hall in an unlikely way — and he’s not the only newcomer doing so.
As reported last month, South Florida graduate transfer Geno Thorpe will visit Seton Hall this week following a trip to Pittsburgh.
Now that the 2016-17 season has officially come to a close, it’s time to look to the future: What is one area that each returning Pirate must improve upon this off-season?
Facing a quick turnaround compared to St. John’s, Kevin Willard and Seton Hall must account for injuries, illness, and a lot of logged minutes from their core rotation.
A majority of Seton Hall basketball talk this off-season has revolved around replacing Isaiah Whitehead at point guard.
Seton Hall is reportedly showing interest in 2016 UCF de-commit Jeremy Carter-Sheppard.