As reported last month, South Florida graduate transfer Geno Thorpe will visit Seton Hall this week following a trip to Pittsburgh.
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?
Greenville, S.C. — Seton Hall got their juices flowing at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena — nicknamed The Well — on Thursday by addressing the massive media presence on site and taking the court for a 40-minute open practice.
Seton Hall used a 17-2 second half run to take down Marquette, 82-76, in a season rubber match that sets the Hall up with Villanova Friday night in the Big East semifinals.
NEW YORK — Marquette wasn’t able to take advantage of early Seton Hall engine trouble as the Pirates used a 17-2 second half run to hand the Golden Eagles an 82-76 loss to start their Big East title defense.
Top-ranked point guard Trevon Duval will take an official visit to South Orange, starting Wednesday.
Seton Hall’s bubble burst in thrilling fashion on Saturday afternoon, as they downed No. 13 Butler in a game which will be remembered similarly to Pittsburgh in 2006, though hopefully with a better outcome.
Just when we thought Seton Hall had summed its season up in one game when they gritted their teeth to take down Georgetown, they did it again, in thrilling fashion.
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.
NEWARK — Seton Hall ran out of steam and was then steamrolled by No. 2 Villanova in front of a record crowd at Prudential Center that wanted a repeat of last year’s Big East Tournament final.