Pirates stomp Eagles, notch much-needed win.

After a questionable loss to St. Peter's, Seton Hall bounced back and beat Eastern Washington on Sunday night.

Second half surge propels Pirates past EWU, 92-70

After a first half which contained many of the signs that surface when Seton Hall struggles, the Pirates used a 32-15 second half run over 10:41 of play to bury Eastern Washington at Prudential Center.

Final Prudential Center Tuneup; Pirates & Eagles

Game #12 @ 5-4 7-4 December 22nd, 2013 Prudential Center, Newark, NJ 5:00 PM Fox Sports 1 / WMCA 970 AM Probable Starters Drew Brandon PG Jaren Sina Tyler Harvey SG Haralds...

Pirates take on EWU in desperate need of a win

Sterling Gibbs is out, but Fuquan Edwin should be back. Even so, the Pirates are beginning to fall apart and desperately need a win Sunday night.

Previewing EWU: Battle-tested and foreign flavor

Third-year coach Jim Hayford uses a short seven man rotation that includes several players who have really stepped up. Sophomore guard Tyler Harvey plays 89.4% (35.8 mpg) of possible minutes after playing just 14 mpg last season.

Gibbs suffers bad knee injury, AG out 2-3 weeks

A season that was already showing signs of heading south just got a lost worse for Seton Hall during an agonizingly gloomy 83-80 overtime loss to Saint Peter's, Seton Hall's first since 1995.

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