Two very close games on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden in the Big East play in round. Seton Hall nearly let a double digit lead evaporate, but the Pirates held on to defeat Butler 51-50. In the nightcap, DePaul stunned Georgetown 60-56. The win ended the Blue Demons 14 game losing streak to the […]
Bubble Results Monday, March 3rd Good Bubble News for the Big East NONE Bad Bubble News for the Big East Xavier @ Seton Hall – (Seton Hall 72, Xavier 61) – It looked like Xavier had finally got themselves completely off the bubble and into a very solid tournament position after beating #9 Creighton. Unfortunately […]
Bubble Teams are in bold Bubble Results Friday, February 28th Good Bubble News for Big East Providence @ Seton Hall (Providence 74, Seton Hall 69) – While this win for Providence didn’t drastically help their chances of getting in, it does keep them in the forefront of bubble discussion. As of 9:30 (EST) Thursday night, Providence […]
For the second straight week Doug McDermott is the conference’s player of the week. While Seton Hall’s Jaren Sina gets his first rookie of the week recognition.
Seton Hall did exactly what most thought this weekend at the Barclays Center, go 1-1. That is the short of what happened but both games the Pirates played were wild and unexpected. The biggest disappointment of the weekend came when the Hall blew a six-point lead in the final minute to Oklahoma. Not only did […]
Tom Maayan’s sophomore season may end prematurely as he learned on Monday that the Israeli military expects him back by January 2. Maayan had thought he had received an exemption from his military duties to play at Seton Hall but it turns out the exemption he was granted was only for 120 days, leaving him […]
The notable games Big East teams were involved in the past week. Who got themselves a good win and what were the bad losses.
Seton Hall is coming off a game in which they narrowly survived a tough Kent State team by two. Mercer comes in having lost their one game to a Division I opponent (Texas, 75-73).
All four players in Seton Hall 2014 recruiting class have signed their National Letters of Intent officially committing them to the Hall. The class led by Isaiah Whitehead (No. 20 overall, No. 5 SG on ESPN.com), is ranked in the top-10 nationally by most major scouting services. Whitehead from Lincoln High School in Brooklyn was […]
Surviving a scare from Kent State, Seton Hall leaves the Prudential Center 2-0 after closing out a 78-76 win. Nothing came easily as the Pirates blew a double-digit lead in the second half, allowing the Golden Flashes make things interesting.
73 fouls and 102 free throw. Neither Seton Hall nor Niagara could figure out the new rules as both teams season openers was a foul fest. Seton Hall came out on top with a 83-72 win.
The start of the college basketball season is only eight days away and for the 2013-14 Seton Hall Pirates, it cannot come soon enough. They will finally be able to put last season’s problems and 15-18 record behind them. “I can’t wait,” senior Brian Oliver said. “I need a fresh start. I think we all […]
Just a day after taking in Midnight Madness at UConn, 6’10″ center Jessie Govan will be taking a visit to Seton Hall today. Govan already holds offers from both schools in addition to offers from Arizona and Louisville. The 2015 big man is regarded as one of the top centers in his class. Rivals.com ranks him […]
All the talk about Seton Hall basketball lately surrounds the Pirates’ future, which is understandable considering their blockbuster 2014 recruiting class. There is, however, a season to play before then. With a deep, healthy roster and a new league, head coach Kevin Willard is fired up for the Hall’s prospects this winter. Here is what […]