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.
Seton Hall will have a chance to build momentum and notch a résumé-building win on Wednesday night when they host No. 11 Butler.
Days after hosting a tough Georgia team, Seton Hall will travel south on I-95 to D.C. where they will take on Atlantic 10 foe George Washington.