Newark, N.J. — With their season hanging by a thread, Seton Hall used a morale-building couple of days after being “embarrassed” at Villanova to dig deep and down Providence 65-63 to squash a four-game losing streak.
Newark, N.J. — Seton Hall fought back from the brink and snapped a four-game losing skid with the help of 31 points from Myles Powell as they downed Providence 65-63 in a tight affair.
That was one to forget about. Seton Hall (12-6, 3-3) turned the ball over 22 times including 12 times in the second half and dropped their third straight road game in a 72-63 loss to Providence.
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.
In a bizarre turn of events, the Seton Hall – Providence game has been suspended (but not ended) in the second half with the Pirates leading 56-47 and 13:03 still to play.