Most Seton Hall fans are unlike Khadeen Carrington: they were not able to see Arkansas play as recently as Saturday and probably unable to all season.
NEWARK — In what has been a constant theme for Seton Hall (11-3, 1-1) over the past month, the Pirates pulled victory from the jaws of defeat in a 69-66 grind-it-out win over Marquette on New Year’s Day.
Poised to make national noise after taking care of Iowa on the road in commanding fashion, Seton Hall is set to clash with Florida on Thanksgiving in the Advocare Invitational.
Seton Hall cruised to victory over Fairleigh Dickinson on Friday night perhaps easier than expected given what the team had lost over the summer and the quality of opposition they were faced with.
The post-Isaiah Whitehead era begins on Friday when Seton Hall hosts defending Northeast Conference champs Fairleigh Dickinson at Walsh Gym.
Last year it was then-sophomore do-everything forward Ismael Sanogo that stepped up as Seton Hall’s breakout player, but who will it be in 2016-17?
More unused quotes from Kevin Willard and Ish Sanogo, my thoughts on the experience at the Pepsi Center last night and more tidbits in a season finale notebook.
Altitude, altitude, altitude. That is the 5,280-dollar question heading into Thursday night’s NCAA tournament first round game between Seton Hall and Gonzaga.
Thinking back a week and a half ago, Seton Hall’s prime time Saturday night clash with Georgetown at Prudential Center carried plenty of post-season importance. Their return game in the nation’s capital on Wednesday will hold equal weight as the Hall looks to make an NCAA push following a week off.
Winners of four straight, sitting third in the Big East and in the hunt for a ranking, Seton Hall (17-6, 7-4) hosts a Butler (16-7, 5-6) team that was once ranked before getting off to a slow start in league play.