NEWARK, N.J. — No. 23 Seton Hall rode a first half barrage of outside shots to a 75-70 win over a short-handed St. John’s team.
NEWARK, N.J. — It started with hot shooting and ended with a back-and-forth closeness that is known to accompany rivalries.
NEW YORK — Vying for their first three-game win streak since December, Seton Hall came up short and looked inferior to St. John’s in many aspects in a disappointing 78-70 loss laced with NCAA implications.
Facing a quick turnaround compared to St. John’s, Kevin Willard and Seton Hall must account for injuries, illness, and a lot of logged minutes from their core rotation.
Close to a week removed from a narrow loss at Providence and a 30-point smear by Villanova, Seton Hall will have the chance to begin an upward trend against St. John’s.