Myles Powell, Quincy McKnight, Mike Nzei and Kevin Willard took the podium prior to Seton Hall’s open practice at Jacksonville round of 64 media day on Wednesday evening.
NEW YORK — It might not have been the most dramatic game you will ever see, but there is a good chance Seton Hall’s 81-79 win over Marquette in the Big East Tournament semifinals will be the wildest game you will witness for some time.
NEW YORK — By time the clock strikes midnight (hopefully), we will know if Seton Hall will be playing for their second Big East Tournament title over the past four seasons.
NEW YORK — It’s not often you shoot 23-percent from the floor, miss all nine threes, and only get two points from Myles Powell in a half and still win by 16. Seton Hall did just that as they advanced past Georgetown, 73-57, and into the Big East Tournament semifinals.
Newark (N.J.) — Seton Hall’s unpredictable season has only really featured two constants: second half rallies against all odds, and Myles Powell stealing the show.