Seton Hall held Creighton without an offensive board for nearly 30 minutes and dominated the Jays 46-27 on the glass, a battle that helped the Hall win an important war 75-65 on Saturday night in Omaha.
Three weeks after getting thoroughly out-played by Creighton on their home floor, Seton Hall used a 21-5 run around the halftime break and 22 points plus 6 assists from Isaiah Whitehead to notch a feel-good 75-65 win in Omaha.
Sitting at 14-6 (4-4), the same record that they held this time last year, Seton Hall has an opportunity to notch another résumé-building win when they play at NCAA-hopeful Creighton (14-7, 5-3) tonight in Omaha.
A photo gallery of Seton Hall’s 79-60 win against St. John’s at Prudential Center on January 28th, 2016. Photos taken by Wendell Cruz/FinishFirstPhotos
More than one Seton Hall player admitted their play early on – the Pirates fell behind St. John’s 18-10 ten minutes into the game – was affected by a dismal fan turnout, Angel Delgado’s big night in the paint, Isaiah Whitehead turning the game around and more aftermath from the Hall’s 79-60 win over St. […]
NEWARK – Trailing 18-10 midway through the first half, it looked like Seton Hall was on upset alert against a St. John’s team that Vegas pegged as 18-point underdogs coming in. Sparked on both ends of the court by Isaiah Whitehead (19 pts, 7 rebs, 2 asts), Seton Hall reeled off a 24-8 run to […]
Despite losing four of their last five games, Seton Hall (13-6, 3-4) is still in solid shape if they take care of business over the next week and a half starting with a home test against basement team St. John’s (7-13, 0-7) on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.
A 21-7 second half run and 40 points from Xavier’s bench overpowered a career-high 21 points and 8 rebounds from Desi Rodriguez as No. 5 Xavier dispatched of Seton Hall 84-76 on Saturday afternoon.
A photo gallery of Seton Hall’s 72-71 loss to No. 4 Villanova at Prudential Center on January 20th, 2016. Photos taken by Wendell Cruz/FinishFirstPhotos
Seton Hall fell oh-so-short late on Wednesday night in front of 9,000-plus at Prudential Center, but there are plenty of positives to take from the Hall’s 72-71 loss to No. 4 Villanova despite a nail-biting barrage of missed chances over the closing minutes.