SOUTH ORANGE — When former walk-on Shavar Reynolds Jr. was upgraded from walk-on to scholarship player during the off-season by Kevin Willard, most Seton Hall fans probably thought it was a product of extra roster space and Reynolds’ financial situation.
SOUTH ORANGE — New-look Seton Hall fired on all cylinders in an impressive collective effort that featured 30 points on 13 shots from Myles Powell to help down Wagner, 89-49.
NEWARK — It wasn’t always pretty, but No. 23 Seton Hall had an explosive first half on the offensive end and scrapped past Wagner in the second en route to an 89-68 bounce-back win.
Beginning with Wagner, No. 23 Seton Hall has a pair of tune-up games to lick their wounds and fasten seat belts prior to diving into the thick of their Big East schedule.
After hosting Dartmouth in their home-opener, Seton Hall will entertain Staten Island-based Wagner of the Northeast Conference in their second game this season and their final tune-up before the Charleston Classic.