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?
PHILADELPHIA (Pa.) — In sports and in life, there are some things that seem once in a lifetime.
No. 12 Seton Hall is looking to snap a 26-year road drought and widen their lead on No. 10 Villanova in the Big East to three games when they visit Philadelphia on Saturday.
NEWARK — Seton Hall played No. 4 Villanova even tougher than the first meeting, but yet again fell short, 69-68, in overtime.
Seton Hall has an opportunity to extend their winning streak to four and hand Villanova their second straight loss for the first time in years when the Pirates host the No. 4 Wildcats on Wednesday.