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.
NEWARK — Seton Hall was banged up going into Wednesday night’s battle against Villanova, and despite the moral victories to be had, they left in even worse shape, leaving many questions with Senior Night just days away.
It took roughly 19 hours and two venues, but Seton Hall was able to overcome unpredictable adversity to take down Providence 89-77 in the restart of their suspended Wednesday night game.
With the dust settling and Seton Hall gearing up for a tough road game at Providence on Wednesday, there is still plenty to digest from their close win over DePaul.
With consecutive wins over Texas Tech and Louisville, Seton Hall has shown in back-to-back games that they can win in multiple ways.
NEWARK – Another slow start was turned on its head as No. 23 Seton Hall went on to ease past Monmouth 75-65 on Sunday at Prudential Center.
NEWARK – We saw shades of new-look defensive pressure from No. 23 Seton Hall during the preseason and it turned the tide in their 90-68 season-opening win over Fairleigh Dickinson.
NEWARK – No. 23 Seton Hall made easy work of Fairleigh Dickinson in their season-opener using by using a 20-3 first half run to bury their guests 90-68.
SOUTH ORANGE – Powered by Desi Rodriguez’ 18 points, the Hall polished off Division II LIU Post 77-48 in their third and final preseason game.
Seton Hall fans will get to see their team in action for the first time when the Pirates host La Salle tonight at Walsh Gym.