The late-game scare in the WNIT Final Four against Middle Tennessee almost ended the season, but it was the Jackrabbits that put the Pirates away in the Saturday afternoon matchup, 82-50.
A Philadelphia native, Jordan chose to stay within the tri-state area and has committed to join the Seton Hall women’s basketball program beginning in Fall 2022.
Despite being on the road, Lauren Park-Lane and company powered through Levien Gymnasium to seal their first Final Four appearance, 78-75.
After an 11-0 run midway through the second half, Seton Hall overcame a 9-point deficit to advance to the Elite Eight, 78-71.
A sudden fourth quarter collapse from the Pirates nearly cost them the game, but the team prevailed to advance, 70-67.
Willard wraps up his tenure at The Hall as the program's 2nd all-time winningest men's basketball coaches and one of the country's premiere coaches.
Seton Hall will host Fairleigh Dickinson in the first round on Thursday, March 17th at 7:00 pm in Walsh Gymnasium.
Seton Hall continued their journey to make their first Big East Tournament Championship since falling to DePaul in 2015.