Seton Hall, looking to extend their win streak Sunday, rolled through Indiana to secure their third straight win, 72-56.
Five Pirates scored at least 10 points in a blowout 74-55 win over Creighton on Friday night. Sophomore point guard Kadary Richmond led the way with 14 points, 4 rebounds, and 7 assists followed up by graduate Jamir Harris' 13, graduate Myles Cale's 12, junior Tyrese Samuel's 11, and senior Jared Rhoden's 11.
Coming off of a dominant win over Georgetown on Wednesday, the Pirates looked to keep themselves in the win column as tournament time approaches. Xavier came to town and battled Seton Hall to the final buzzer in a game that ultimately fell in favor of The Hall, 91-86.
Though the weather in South Orange was gloomy on Wednesday evening, it was not the only rain that Georgetown experienced. Seton Hall women’s basketball splashed 19 three-pointers, both a program and Big East conference single-game record, in their dominant 91-62 win to snap their three-game losing streak.
Junior Tray Jackson scored 21 points and 6 rebounds in a bounce-back 68-63 win over Georgetown on Tuesday night.
Despite a dominant Sidney Cooks showing, the team fell short to one of the premier teams in the conference, 85-65.
Graduate center Ike Obiagu set the Seton Hall blocks record Wednesday night in a 73-63 loss to No. 22 Marquette.
On Saturday, the Cincinnati Bengals won their first playoff game in 31 years. Quarterback Joe Burrow had an exceptional showing, throwing for 244 yards and 2 touchdowns against the Las Vegas Raiders in the NFL's Wild Card Round.
The historical context of the first Big East conference game at Walsh Gymnasium in 37 years was overshadowed by a sorry performance from Seton Hall in an 84-63 loss to St. John's. Led by 19 points and 7 rebounds from Posh Alexander and 17 points and 10 rebounds from Aaron Wheeler, the Johnnies perfectly executed an aggressive defensive game plan that the Pirates could not overcome.
Powered by graduate guard Myles Cale's 21-point, 9-rebound performance, Seton Hall put down a feisty St. John's squad 66-60 at Madison Square Garden on Saturday afternoon.
Despite the momentum from two consecutive Big East wins, the Seton Hall women’s basketball team fell to No. 9 Connecticut by a score of 71-38 on the road in Gampel Pavilion.
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.
In an all-time stunning finish, the No. 20 Seton Hall Pirates dropped a Saturday afternoon matchup with the Marquette Golden Eagles, 73-72. With 1.5 seconds left, the officiating crew called a shooting foul on Bryce Aiken in a tie game despite the graduate point guard getting elbowed in the face on the shot. The call permitted Marquette's Greg Elliott to go to the free throw line to ice the game.
Seton Hall travels to Omaha to face Creighton at home on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in their first game since December 31st.
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.
No. 24 Seton Hall hosted the UConn Huskies Saturday afternoon in an exciting overtime win for the Pirates, 90-87.
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.