Seton Hall Pirates
St. John’s won its fourth straight game, 71-67 over Seton Hall on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
Seven schools are leaving The Big East to form a new basketball conference.
Harlem native and Memphis Grizzlies’ Assistant GM Kenny Williamson passed away on Tuesday at 65.
The NCAA’s decision to not allow Texas transfer Sterling Gibbs to play immediately for Seton Hall next season clears up a lot of the questions surrounding the Pirates’ point guard situation.
Iona guard Scott Machado, who led the nation in assists, is the winner of the Haggerty Award, presented to the outstanding college basketball player in the New York area.
What does this mean to next year’s team? An awful lot if Gibbs gets a waiver to play immediately.
C.J. Leslie’s decision to return to NC State next season immediately makes Mark Gottfried’s team a threat for the ACC title.
Seton Hall was hoping to get sent anywhere in the NCAA tournament. Instead, they wound up at home with a No. 1 seed in the NIT.
Peyton Siva had 14 points and six steals, and Louisville held off Seton Hall 61-55 on Wednesday night to reach the Big East tournament quarterfinals, leaving the Pirates to sweat out Selection Sunday as they hope for an NCAA tournament bid.
The Blue Demons (12-18, 3-15 Big East) broke a nine-game losing streak and denied Seton Hall (19-11, 8-10) the No. 8 seed in the conference tournament.
UConn still can find a way into the field of 68. They’re a team that’s finally starting to click at the right time.
Freshman Jerome Seagears hit a 3-pointer with 13.1 seconds to play in overtime and Rutgers snapped a six-game losing streak with a 77-72 victory over New Jersey-rival Seton Hall on Saturday.
I’m well aware that the Golden Eagles lost a few weeks ago at Notre Dame and earlier in the season at Georgetown, but other than Syracuse this looks like the team that has the chance to go the deepest in the NCAA Tournament.
Jordan Theodore scored 16 points and dished out 10 assists to lead Seton Hall in a 94-64 rout of St. John’s on Tuesday night.
No one predicted it in October — but on February 14, Seton Hall has a legitimate chance to go where they haven’t been since 2006 — the NCAA Tournament.