In search of a win that should leap-frog them over Providence in most projected brackets and supply the first 20-win season since 2011-12, Seton Hall (19-7, 9-5) will host a slumping Friar team on Thursday night at Prudential Center.
As expected, Seton Hall has moved little in projected brackets following their close win over St. John’s and have a chance to jump up to a No. 9 seed or better if they take care of a Providence club on Thursday night that has lost five of their last seven.
A photo gallery of Seton Hall’s 62-61 win over St. John’s at Madison Square Garden on February 21st, 2016. Photos taken by Wendell Cruz/FinishFirstPhotos
NEW YORK – Trailing St. John’s by 3 with 58 seconds to play, it looked like Seton Hall had coughed up a 19-point first half lead with their NCAA dreams at stake, but Khadeen Carrington would sink a 15-foot jumper and Isaiah Whitehead buried three free throws in the closing seconds as the Pirates escaped with […]
In need of a win in order to avoid picking up a ‘bad loss’ on their post-season résumé, Seton Hall (18-7, 8-5) is looking to beat St. John’s twice in regular season Big East play for the first time since 2004-05 when they travel the short distance to Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Now the 7th team from the cut line according to ESPN (No. 10 seed) and also a No. 10 in CBSSports.com’s bracket, it’s officially time to start keeping track of other schools that may affect Seton Hall’s seeding or bubble status through March 13th, Selection Sunday.
In a must-have for Seton Hall’s NCAA tournament aspirations, the Pirates’ starting five combined for 70 of their 72 points and their defense held the Hoyas to under 65 points for the second time this season along the way to a 72-64 win that propels them to third in the Big East and gives Kevin […]
Thinking back a week and a half ago, Seton Hall’s prime time Saturday night clash with Georgetown at Prudential Center carried plenty of post-season importance. Their return game in the nation’s capital on Wednesday will hold equal weight as the Hall looks to make an NCAA push following a week off.
A photo gallery of Seton Hall’s 81-75 loss to Butler at Prudential Center on February 10th, 2016. Photos taken by Wendell Cruz/FinishFirstPhotos
NEWARK – I wouldn’t chalk it up to a self-fulfilling prophecy, but Kevin Willard warned us post-Georgetown that he didn’t think his team was where they should be defensively, and boy did it show in an 81-75 loss to a fun-to-watch Butler team on Wednesday at Prudential Center.