NEW YORK — There is plenty more to mull over as the dust settles on Seton Hall’s big-time 84-83 win over No. 9 Kentucky.
A day after riding 40 points from Myles Powell, Seton Hall’s defense pushed them over the finish line in a gritty 64-54 win over Hawai’i in the Wooden Legacy semifinal.
Facing a stiff road test early in their season, Seton Hall’s offense came up way short en route to a 80-57 reality check at Nebraska in the Gavitt Games.
There are big shoes to be filled at Seton Hall, and the Pirates’ coaching staff is actively working toward bringing in more talent this spring as part of the incoming recruiting class.
The five stages of grief have been ever-present since Seton Hall bowed out to Kansas on Saturday night, but it’s becoming time for the final step in the process: acceptance and moving on.