Despite a valiant effort in the final minutes, No. 20 Seton Hall awarded DePaul their first Big East win of the year in a 96-92 loss on Thursday. After going down by 17 at halftime and being down by as many as 18 in the first half, Seton Hall put on a clock-preserving clinic late in the game that included a 16-9 run which brought the Pirates to within 2 points with 5 seconds left.
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No. 24 Seton Hall earned their first Big East win Tuesday night over conference rival Butler, 71-56. The Pirates saw the return of Ike Obiagu, Tyler Powell, and Ryan Conway to the bench, and Obiagu made sure the Bulldogs knew he was back, making an immediate impact.
An undermanned No. 15 Seton Hall fell to 0-2 in conference play and 9-3 on the season after dropping a New Year's Day matchup with No. 23 Villanova on Saturday, 73-67. Despite graduate student Bryce Aiken's 22 points, the Wildcats rode the momentum of 21 points from preseason All-American Collin Gillespie and 17 from senior Brandon Slater.
No. 15 Seton Hall dropped their first Big East Conference matchup and first game in 17 days against No. 21 Providence on Wednesday, 70-65. In a weak defensive showing, the Pirates allowed for five different Friars to score double-digit points, including 17 from Noah Horchler, a graduate student who shot 5-6 from three-point range.
No. 15 Seton Hall's matchup against DePaul has been cancelled due to COVID-19 issues within DePaul's program. The forfeited loss has been issued to the Blue Demons, giving Seton Hall the win, their first conference win of the season.
UPDATE: Sunday's matchup vs. St. John's has also been cancelled. This counts as a forfeit, bringing the Pirates' Big East Conference record to 0-1. Their next matchup, barring a cancellation, will be Thursday at DePaul.
Coming off three straight wins against California, Bethune-Cookman, and Wagner, No. 25 Seton Hall had one final tune-up before a difficult three-game stretch to end their nonconference schedule.
Thanks to a brutal loss to Ohio State in their first week in the AP Top 25, Seton Hall saw a four-spot drop this week to find themselves at the very final spot in the heralded rankings of the top basketball programs in the country.
The Pirates finally returned home to Prudential Center on Sunday after two games at the Fort Myers Tip-Off Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla. Those two games included a heartbreaking loss to Ohio State and a nail-biting win over #122 Kenpom ranked California.
No. 21 Seton Hall men's basketball suffered their first defeat of the season on Monday night in a 79-76 loss to Ohio State in their Fort Myers Tip-Off opener.
In 1989, Michigan took the NCAA National Championship in overtime over Seton Hall thanks to one of the most notorious and controversial foul calls in NCAA basketball history. In 2021, the Pirates finally got their chance for revenge.
Fresh off an all-around dominant 93-49 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Wednesday, the Pirates came back to Prudential Center on Sunday to square off with preseason Ivy League-favorite, Yale.
On Wednesday night, for the first time since March 4, 2020, Prudential Center hosted a full crowd for a Seton Hall basketball game.
With just under three weeks until the Seton Hall men’s basketball team starts their 2021-22 regular season, all 11 head coaches and several players from across the Big East gathered in Madison Square Garden for the first Big East media day since October 2019.
After releasing the finalized non-conference schedule on Sept. 13, Seton Hall only took 10 days to reveal the team’s conference schedule.
The Seton Hall men's basketball team released their full slate of non-conference match-ups for the 2021-22 season on Monday. Head coach Kevin Willard is notorious for loading up the Pirates’ schedule with difficult games, and this season looks to be no different.
Myles Powell, a former guard for the Seton Hall men’s basketball team, has sued Seton Hall University, coach Kevin Willard, and a staff member for allegedly failing to diagnose a knee injury during his senior year.
After a year filled with unprecedented circumstances that brought about a crazy season with no matchup between the top college basketball programs in New Jersey, the state renowned Hardwood Classic is making itsanticipated return for the 2021-22 season on Dec. 12, 2021 at the Prudential Center.
The 2020-21 Seton Hall Women’s Basketball season ended in heartbreaking fashion with a second-round Big East Tournament exit. However, in a season where it overcame extreme adversity and exceeded the Preseason Coaches' Poll of a sixth-place finish in the overall standings, the team had a lot of pride to take in. Here is how they looked by the numbers.
As the No. 3 seed in the Big East Tournament, Seton Hall had already exceed their Preseason Coaches' Poll expectations of being the No. 6 seed. They were also coming into Saturday night's game against Creighton off a five-game winning at the Mohegan Sun Arena.