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.