Myles Powell proving to be spark veteran Seton Hall needs
Jan15

Myles Powell proving to be spark veteran Seton Hall needs

Throughout the course of conference play, teams are going to experience highs and lows, especially in a power conference like the Big East where no game is a walk in the park. Some nights, teams come out on fire and full of energy on both ends of the court. Others, teams come out sluggish and deflated. That was the case for the Seton Hall on Jan. 9, as a trip to Milwaukee to take on Marquette turned into a nightmare for the Pirates....

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Seton Hall overcomes slow start to take down Georgetown
Jan13

Seton Hall overcomes slow start to take down Georgetown

On a day where Seton Hall honored its 1992-93 Big East Championship team, the Pirates paid homage to their predecessors, displaying some old school Big East grit in overcoming a desolate start to defeat Georgetown by a final score of 74-61. It was a performance for the 1992-93 team, a squad predicated on toughness and solid defense, to be proud of, as Seton Hall ramped up its intensity after a slow start that saw Georgetown jump out...

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Pirates blown away by Golden Eagles for their first Big East loss
Jan10

Pirates blown away by Golden Eagles for their first Big East loss

Just a day after being voted the 13th-ranked team in the nation in the most recent AP Poll, Seton Hall came out flat in the second game of their road trip, as they fell to Marquette in the BMO Harris Bradley Center, 84-64. The Pirates kept it close early on, with four players getting on the board right away to give them a 9-6 lead at the first media timeout. From there, it seemed to go downhill for Seton Hall, as Marquette guard...

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Seton Hall takes down Butler to remain perfect in Big East play
Jan06

Seton Hall takes down Butler to remain perfect in Big East play

Seton Hall improved to 3-0 in Big East play and subsequently moved into first place with their 90-87 win over Butler on Saturday afternoon. It is the first time since the 1998-1999 season that the Pirates have opened conference play 3-0. The Pirates overcame an adverse first half and an 11-point deficit in the second half to accomplish the impressive come-from-behind victory. Early on, neither team could find their stride. There was...

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Sharp-shooting Seton Hall downs St. John’s on New Year’s Eve
Dec31

Sharp-shooting Seton Hall downs St. John’s on New Year’s Eve

Basketball is known as a game of runs, and Sunday evening’s clash between the Seton Hall Pirates and St. John’s Red Storm was the epitome of that, with a handful of runs from both teams. In the end, though, Seton Hall was able to outlast the short-handed Red Storm inside the Prudential Center by a final score of 75-70. Thanks to a standout performance from Khadeen Carrington, who led all scorers with 24 points, a 23-point game from...

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Seton Hall climbs back from double-digit deficit to win Big East opener
Dec28

Seton Hall climbs back from double-digit deficit to win Big East opener

No. 23 Seton Hall men’s basketball trailed for 32 of 40 minutes on Thursday, trailing by as many as 13 points, but in the end, showed its resiliency as it prevailed over No. 25 Creighton 90-84 in the team’s Big East opener. Each team experienced one of its star guards check out early in the first half. First, it was Khadeen Carrington, who went to the locker room just minutes into the game with a twisted ankle but returned...

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Tensions run high in Seton Hall victory over Manhattan
Dec23

Tensions run high in Seton Hall victory over Manhattan

Seton Hall’s final non-conference game of the regular season did not have its shortage of drama. With two ejections occurring just before halftime, including Seton Hall’s Myles Powell and Manhattan’s Rich Williams, the Pirates found themselves without one of their starters for the rest of the game. While the clash occurred when No. 23 Seton Hall held a 22-point lead, the Pirates went on to defeat the Manhattan Jaspers 74-62 in a...

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Sanogo suspended for violation of team and University rules
Dec22

Sanogo suspended for violation of team and University rules

Seton Hall men’s basketball forward Ismael Sanogo will not suit up on Dec. 23 in the Pirates’ final game of non-conference play against Manhattan due to a violation of team and university rules, the team announced in a press release Friday. The violation has not specifically been outlined, nor has the timetable for when the senior will return. Nevertheless, coach Kevin Willard stated in the release that Sanogo will return once...

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Carrington lights out from three in Pirate win over Wagner
Dec20

Carrington lights out from three in Pirate win over Wagner

After the unexpected loss at Rutgers on Dec. 16, No. 23 Seton Hall was hungry for a bounce-back performance. On Wednesday night, the team took care of business with an 89-68 win over Wagner at the Prudential Center.  The Pirates’ offensive depth impressed, as all five starters scored in double figures for the second time this season. Khadeen Carrington, who dropped a season-high 26 points while shooting 6-6 from three-point range, led...

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Jordan Walker changes course, returns to Seton Hall
Dec20

Jordan Walker changes course, returns to Seton Hall

After reports came Tuesday of Seton Hall guard Jordan Walker leaving the program, it was confirmed Wednesday that the freshman has decided to return to South Orange. Adam Zagoria tweeted Wednesday afternoon that Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard said Walker is back on the team. Jordan Walker is 'back,' Coach Kevin Willard tells me. — Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) December 20, 2017 NJ Advance Media’s Jeremy...

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Freshman guard Jordan Walker leaves Seton Hall basketball program
Dec19

Freshman guard Jordan Walker leaves Seton Hall basketball program

Freshman point guard Jordan Walker has decided to leave the Seton Hall men’s basketball program, as first reported by 247Sports’ Andrew Slater on Tuesday morning. Freshman PG Jordan Walker @jellyfam_j , who played for The Patrick School & @Southstampede , has left Seton Hall men’s basketball program. — Andrew Slater (@Andrew__Slater) December 19, 2017 Walker had played in two games for Seton Hall this season,...

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No. 15 Seton Hall stunned by Rutgers in Garden State Hardwood Classic
Dec16

No. 15 Seton Hall stunned by Rutgers in Garden State Hardwood Classic

For the first time since the Garden State Hardwood Classic began back in 2014, the trophy will be residing in Piscataway. Thanks to a 22-point performance from junior guard Corey Sanders and multiple second-half runs, the Scarlet Knights fought their way to a 71-65 win over the No. 15 Seton Hall Pirates on Saturday afternoon at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. Saturday’s loss will go down as a game of missed opportunities for the...

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