After dropping their last two matchups in Big East play, the women’s basketball team bounced back with a commanding victory over the Friars in Providence on Sunday, 62-42.
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.
Seton Hall women's basketball adds Boston College transfer guard Allie Palmieri.
Seton Hall women’s basketball hosted a competitive Wagner Seahawks team on Tuesday and escaped a surge to ultimately win the matinee, 70-62.
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.
After losing three of their last four games, Seton Hall bounced back with a huge win in Walsh Gymnasium against Big East rival Marquette, who stood at 8-2 heading into Sunday’s matinee.
Seton Hall women’s basketball started a three-game home stretch as they hosted a strong University of Central Florida team in a 68-56 loss on Tuesday night in Walsh Gymnasium.
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.
Graduate guard Bryce Aiken was the star of the show and the winner of the Joe Calabrese MVP Trophy in No. 23 Seton Hall’s (9-1) 77-63 win over cross-state rival Rutgers (5-5) in the Garden State Hardwood Classic on Sunday night.