Brandon Weston commits to Seton Hall

Brandon Weston, the No. 60 overall prospect in the class of 2021 according to Top247, committed to Seton Hall University Sunday afternoon. The 6-foot-5 small forward chose the Pirates over other offers from Michigan, Western Illinois, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest and Illinois. He also joins the program as Seton Hall’s highest rated high school recruit since 2013 when Jaren Sina – the No. 24 point guard in the nation – committed to the...

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Tyler Powell commits to Seton Hall
Aug09

Tyler Powell commits to Seton Hall

2021 Ribet Academy wing Tyler Powell announced his commitment to play college basketball at Seton Hall University via Instagram Live on Saturday, Aug. 8. Powell is the second 2021 commit for Seton Hall, joining Ryan Conway who announced his commitment earlier this year. Photo via Asbury Park Press The California native chose Seton Hall over the likes of Nevada, Pepperdine, UCSB, Washington State, New Mexico, TCU, Stanford and LMU....

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Sandro Mamukelashvili opts to stay at Seton Hall for senior year
Aug06

Sandro Mamukelashvili opts to stay at Seton Hall for senior year

Sandro Mamukelashvili announced on his Instagram page that he would not be entering the NBA Draft on Aug. 1, opting instead to return to Seton Hall to play out his senior year with the Pirates. A leader in the locker room, Mamukelashvili’s decision to stay in South Orange paints a better picture for Seton Hall’s chances of making another NCAA Tournament berth and potential Big East title. https://www.instagram.com/p/CDXnDQrnMng/...

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Jeff Ngandu commits to Seton Hall
May08

Jeff Ngandu commits to Seton Hall

Orangeville Prep’s (Canada) Jeff Ngandu became the third member of Seton Hall’s 2020 recruiting class Friday night after announcing his commitment to the Pirates via his social media platforms. Photo via North Pole Hoops Here’s the basics on Seton Hall’s newest commit: Name: Jeff NganduPosition: CenterHeight, Weight: 6-foot-9, 220 poundsHometown: Mono, Ontario, Canada Recruitment Ngandu committed to Seton Hall over Big East rivals...

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Ryan Conway commits to Seton Hall
May04

Ryan Conway commits to Seton Hall

Seton Hall added its first 2021 recruit Monday night as Dulaney High School (MD) point guard Ryan Conway announced his committment to the Pirates via Instagram video post. Here’s the basics on Seton Hall’s newest commit: Name: Ryan ConwayPosition: Point GuardHeight, Weight: 6-foot-1, 160 poundsHometown: Lutherville Timonium, MD Recruitment Conway committed to Seton Hall over Big East rivals Providence and Marquette as well as...

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Missouri transfer Tray Jackson commits to Seton Hall
Apr30

Missouri transfer Tray Jackson commits to Seton Hall

Missouri transfer Tray Jackson committed to Seton Hall on Monday night. Jackson will sit out the 2020-21 season, giving him three years of remaining eligibility. A former Top 100 recruit out of Sunrise Christian Academy in Detroit, Jackson averaged 2.9 points and 1.8 rebounds per game as a freshman at Missouri last season. Seton Hall recruited Jackson hard when he was in high school, but he ultimately committed to Minnesota over the...

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By the numbers: Bryce Aiken, Seton Hall’s new graduate transfer
Apr23

By the numbers: Bryce Aiken, Seton Hall’s new graduate transfer

Harvard graduate transfer Bryce Aiken is returning to New Jersey next season, and he will finally don the blue and white of Seton Hall. His last year at Harvard did not go as smoothly as he would have wanted, but the former top-100 recruit’s Ivy League experience and seniority will be welcomed assets to the Pirates’ locker room next season. Aiken ended his Harvard career averaging 16.9 points, 2.5 assists and 2.2 rebounds per game...

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The forgotten basketball recruiting class of 2000
Apr17

The forgotten basketball recruiting class of 2000

The 2014 Seton Hall men’s basketball recruiting class will never be forgotten. Getting ready for his fifth season as head coach, Kevin Willard made a splash. He was able to muster up a top-20 recruiting class according to 247Sports, which included a 5-star in Isaiah Whitehead. Not too shabby either was another 4-star center by the name of Angel Delgado and a few other medium-rated guys in Khadeen Carrington, Desi Rodriguez, Ishmael...

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Adama Sanogo at the forefront of Seton Hall’s recruiting efforts as he nears decision
Apr16

Adama Sanogo at the forefront of Seton Hall’s recruiting efforts as he nears decision

On Aug. 16, 2013, Top 100 recruit Angel Delgado decided to take his talents from the Patrick School in local Hillside, N.J. to Seton Hall. The end result? A historic career in which Delgado broke the Big East’s all-time rebounding record and earned himself a place in Pirates lore. Could Adama Sanogo be the next Top 100 Patrick School big man to follow in Delgado’s footsteps? A four-star recruit, No. 66 player in his class...

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Harvard graduate transfer Bryce Aiken commits to Seton Hall
Apr09

Harvard graduate transfer Bryce Aiken commits to Seton Hall

In Oct. 2015, Bryce Aiken had a decision to make. As a Top 100 recruit coming out of the Patrick School, the dynamic point guard had no shortage of suitors. Programs across the country longed for his commitment, but three stood out as his recruitment came to a close: Harvard, Miami and Seton Hall. Instead of staying home to join his friend Myles Powell in South Orange or taking his talents to South Beach to play for Jim Larranaga,...

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Seton Hall men’s basketball: 2019-20 by the numbers
Mar26

Seton Hall men’s basketball: 2019-20 by the numbers

In one of the program’s best regular season performances in recent history, there were many standout players that played pivotal roles for the Pirates to earn their co-championship.  Myles Powell was, of course, the star man of the team as he earned 2020 All-Big East First Team and Big East Player of the Year honors amongst many other prestigious accolades. Quincy McKnight, Jared Rhoden and Sandro Mamukelashvili became...

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Seton Hall Recruiting Notebook: Who’s up next for the Pirates?
Mar25

Seton Hall Recruiting Notebook: Who’s up next for the Pirates?

The coronavirus pandemic has brought the sports world to a halt, but that has not stopped college coaches from being active on the recruiting trail. Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard and his coaching staff have not been able to physically visit with recruits, but have remained major players in the graduate transfer market and with the Class of 2020 as they look to fill out next year’s roster. With graduate transfer season in full...

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