The five stages of grief have been ever-present since Seton Hall bowed out to Kansas on Saturday night, but it’s becoming time for the final step in the process: acceptance and moving on.
While Seton Hall’s season rages on, there is still work to be done on the recruiting front for the 2018 class and beyond.
In a shock move, Seton Hall freshman point guard Jordan Walker has decided to transfer from the program.
Seton Hall has picked up their second commitment from a New York City recruit in a week’s span.
Seton Hall has picked up a commitment from Class of 2018 point guard Anthony Nelson (NY Lightning/South Kent, Conn.).
7-foot-2 junior college transfer Romaro Gill is helping Seton Hall in an unlikely way — and he’s not the only newcomer doing so.
A week after 2018 point guard Mac McClung decided to part ways with Rutgers, Seton Hall has offered the electrifying recruit.
Seton Hall receives a pair of 2018 recruiting visitors for the start of official practices on Friday as the season inches even closer to starting.
As high school season approaches for recruits across the country, many seniors are cutting their lists even further and setting up official visits, as well as in-home visits with coaching staffs.
Seton Hall has officially picked up 6-10 Syracuse big man Taurean Thompson, just days after it was announced that he would be taking a leave of absence from the ACC school.