NEWARK — Suffering from an anemic offense over the first 30 minutes, Seton Hall nearly mounted a 12-point second half comeback but fell just short in an ugly, physical 66-64 loss to Saint Louis.
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.
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.
The Gavitt Games will provide a shaky Big East with an early test and Seton Hall won’t get off easy with a tough road trip to Nebraska.
Seton Hall dominated Wagner over the closing 30 minutes en route to a commanding 89-49 win to jump-start a new era. Quotes from Kevin Willard, Myles Powell, Mike Nzei and some of my thoughts to recap an encouraging opener.