From a Seton Hall perspective, you would think the past two meetings with Rutgers would be something to brag about, but the collective 56-point margin of victory was oddly depressing.
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.
In what is perhaps the most dominant 20 minutes from either school over the 67 times Rutgers and Seton Hall have played (Hall now leads the series 38-29), the Pirates flipped a 20-11 deficit into a 59-40 lead to effectively put the game to bed early in the second half during the Garden State Hardwood […]
The second meeting in the newly-branded Garden State Hardwood Classic will take place on December 5th.