The NCAA released their latest Academic Progress Rates (APR) for all Division I schools earlier today and Seton Hall posted a 995 out of 1000, good enough for best in the Big East.
Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard spoke publicly for the first time in awhile, discussing Isaiah Whitehead’s development, Derrick Gordon’s sexual orientation, non-conference schedule and more with Adam Zagoria.
Seton Hall has a good portion of their 2015-16 non-conference schedule in place, but they also have a few more open slots to fill. A look at who they should play based on my non-conference cheat sheet.
Immediately eligible UMass graduate transfer Derrick Gordon isn’t the solution to Seton Hall’s point guard issue going into next season, but the strong 6-3 guard will help out in different ways.
A 6-foot-3 graduate transfer from UMass, Plainfield native and former St. Pat’s guard Derrick Gordon may visit Seton Hall this weekend according to Jerry Carino of the Asbury Park Press.
Seton Hall has offered 2016 guard Jagan Mosely of local St. Anthony (N.J.) High School.
Seton Hall guard Isaiah Whitehead has been selected to be a counselor at Stephen Curry’s SC30 camp this summer.
This is a must-read from Jerry Carino on incoming graduate transfer Braeden Anderson. “This is going to be absolutely, insanely hard,” the transfer forward said. Source: Braeden Anderson ready for law school, hoops at Seton Hall (Asbury Park Press)
A week after losing guard Sterling Gibbs to an outgoing transfer, Seton Hall has added Kansas State point guard Jevon Thomas, who must sit out the 2015-16 season due to NCAA transfer regulations.
Add 6-foot-5 Ike Nwamu to the list of graduate transfers that Seton Hall has recently targeted in an effort to replace Sterling Gibbs.