Now that the 2016-17 season has officially come to a close, it’s time to look to the future: What is one area that each returning Pirate must improve upon this off-season?
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.
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.
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.
NEWARK — Seton Hall used a barrage of three-pointers from freshman Myles Powell early in the second half to blow a dangerously close game wide open and rout Columbia 95-71 on Thursday night.
Seton Hall trailed by as many as 10 and weathered a 13-point second half run but were able to escape their consolation round game against winless Quinnipiac with a 90-79 win on Friday night.
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.
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?
Seton Hall held Creighton without an offensive board for nearly 30 minutes and dominated the Jays 46-27 on the glass, a battle that helped the Hall win an important war 75-65 on Saturday night in Omaha.
Despite losing four of their last five games, Seton Hall (13-6, 3-4) is still in solid shape if they take care of business over the next week and a half starting with a home test against basement team St. John’s (7-13, 0-7) on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.