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.
More than one Seton Hall player admitted their play early on – the Pirates fell behind St. John’s 18-10 ten minutes into the game – was affected by a dismal fan turnout, Angel Delgado’s big night in the paint, Isaiah Whitehead turning the game around and more aftermath from the Hall’s 79-60 win over St. […]
If you agreed with my take last week that similarities existed between Seton Hall’s trip to Providence this season and their game at the Dunk last year, then we’re probably on the same page regarding some of the context of the Hall’s pending clash with No. 4 Villanova on Wednesday night.
Fresh off of a resounding 83-63 win over Marquette in their Big East opener, Seton Hall (11-2) returns home Saturday morning to face a DePaul (6-7) team that has taken three straight games from the Pirates.
You should know the narrative by now: Seton Hall’s defense turned things around after getting torched over the first 15 minutes of their 80-76 overtime win over Wichita State on Saturday in Newark. But more specifically, how did they force a top-10 turnover percentage team to cough it up 21 times and shoot just 32-percent […]
Following a second straight strong second half performance, Seton Hall will head south to D.C. to take on a very talented George Washington team on Wednesday night.
Outside of turnovers, Seton Hall played quite well for 30 minutes before struggling a bit down the stretch in a 69-59 win over Wagner at Walsh Gym on Sunday. My five thoughts on the game and five quotes from Kevin Willard and his players.