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.
NEW YORK — After the final buzzer sounded on Seton Hall’s heart-threatening 84-83 thrilling overtime upset of No. 9 Kentucky, the sights and sounds at Madison Square Garden felt like the Pirates’ 2016 Big East Tournament final win.
Seton Hall hit just three of their last fifteen shots and wilted on offense down the stretch in a disappointing loss to Louisville after leading by as many as nine in the second half.
Seton Hall rode a career night from Myles Powell to outlast Grand Canyon 82-75 in the first round of the Wooden Legacy late on Thursday night.
Seton Hall returns home from a lesson-filled loss at Nebraska in the Gavitt Games to face Atlantic 10 front-runner Saint Louis in their Prudential Center opener.