A photo gallery of Seton Hall’s 84-68 win over Indiana at Prudential Center on November 15th, 2017. Photos taken by Wendell Cruz/FinishFirstPhotos
NEWARK – There was plenty to talk about after No. 22 Seton Hall’s 84-68 win over Indiana in the Gavitt Games.
NEWARK – They have their ups and downs, but when this Seton Hall team is clicking, they can put on a real show.
NEWARK – After a series of missed first half opportunities, No. 22 Seton Hall used an early 20-5 second half run to take care of Indiana 84-68 in the Gavitt Games.
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.