COVID-19 has seemingly stopped everything in the sports world. College recruiting updates appear to be the exception.
Holding a one game lead over Creighton with three remaining, No. 13 Seton Hall has it all to play for over their tough final act of the Big East season.
Seton Hall failed to up the ante and make a strong case for a two-seed in their loss to Creighton, but there’s a lot to talk about from Myles Powell’s bad night at the office to Shavar Reynolds Jr’s expanded role.
Seton Hall’s history-shattering win at Villanova was one to savor. From key bench play to second half adjustments and clutch free throws, are the Pirates now a two-seed?
NEWARK (N.J.) — Gunning to match the historic 1988-89 team’s 13-game win streak, reality came knocking as Xavier bullied No. 10 Seton Hall 74-62 on the way to their first loss of the Big East season.