Seton Hall’s non-conference schedule is now complete and there’s good reason to get excited about it.
Seton Hall’s already-tough schedule has bulked up even more now that it’s known they will host Indiana in the Gavitt Games.
A trio of 20-point games from Khadeen Carrington (20 pts, 3 asts), Desi Rodriguez (25 pts, 9 rebs) and freshman Myles Powell (26 pts, 2 stls) saw Seton Hall past Iowa 91-83 on the road in a respect-earning Gavitt Games victory.
Following a pair of relatively easy home games, Seton Hall heads to the Midwest to take on Iowa in the Pirates’ introduction to the Gavitt Games.
Seton Hall’s introduction to the Gavitt Games features a trip to Iowa City to take on the Hawkeyes.
Get your affairs in order: Seton Hall officially released the rest of their 2016-17 non-conference schedule on Monday.
Most of the 2016 Gavitt Games lineup has been unofficially released with Seton Hall poised to head west to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes.
With the addition of an Under Armour-sponsored game against South Carolina at Madison Square Garden, Seton Hall’s 2016-17 non-conference schedule is nearing completion.
About half of the matchups had already leaked before today, but it looks like the full eight-game slate of the first-ever Gavitt Tipoff Games (AKA the Big East-Big Ten Challenge) is now known.
The second meeting in the newly-branded Garden State Hardwood Classic will take place on December 5th.