NEWARK — Seton Hall shot just sixteen-percent from three and allowed scores of open looks including a dagger Ryan McMahon triple that ultimately doomed the Pirates in a disappointing 70-65 loss to Louisville.
Fresh off of winning the Wooden Legacy final late on Sunday night, Seton Hall has had a week to head back east and prepare for a tough Louisville team.
For most of Seton Hall’s statement 83-81 win over Miami in the Wooden Legacy final, it was all about offense. But a series of defensive stops down the stretch got the job done and helped the Pirates come away with some hardware after a choppy start to their season.
A day after riding 40 points from Myles Powell, Seton Hall’s defense pushed them over the finish line in a gritty 64-54 win over Hawai’i in the Wooden Legacy semifinal.
Seton Hall rode a career night from Myles Powell to outlast Grand Canyon 82-75 in the first round of the Wooden Legacy late on Thursday night.