After traveling out west to Denver to play Gonzaga last season, Seton Hall sounds up to the challenge of taking on Arkansas and perhaps North Carolina on the East Coast this time around.
Safely in the NCAA field, Seton Hall (20-10, 10-8) meets Marquette (19-11, 10-8) in the Big East quarterfinals on Thursday with tournament seeding and the defense of their 2016 crown on the line.
It won’t be official, but Seton Hall (19-10, 9-8) can essentially lock up their second consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament with a win at No. 13 Butler (23-6, 12-5) on Saturday.
With the NCAA tournament on their mind, Seton Hall closes out the home portion of their schedule when they host a slumping Georgetown on Senior Night.
Seton Hall nearly blew a 20-point second half lead and lost Ish Sanogo to a sprained ankle but ultimately prevailed with a crucial 82-79 win over DePaul to keep their NCAA dreams alive.
A DePaul team with just two wins in Big East play will look to repeat on Saturday what a Blue Demon team with two league wins did back in 2012: spoil Seton Hall’s NCAA bid.
Seton Hall’s NCAA hopes took a shot across the bow against St. John’s this past weekend, but with at least four résumé-building opportunities left, they are far from done.
In the aftermath of Seton Hall’s required win over Georgetown this past weekend, Providence (14-10, 4-7) comes to town with the Pirates seeking redemption.
Seton Hall will look to take advantage of an Edmond Sumner-less Xavier when they take on the Musketeers in a vital road test on Wednesday night in Cincinnati.
NEWARK — It was blue collar work from a pair of Pirates that turned the 3rd rendition of the Garden State Hardwood Classic in Seton Hall’s favor en route to a 72-61 win, their fourth-straight over Rutgers.