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.
Of course it took double overtime. It had to. Myles Powell scored 35 but Seton Hall ultimately fell to Georgetown 77-71 in a drama-filled double overtime thriller.