Derrick Gordon

Massachusetts Minutemen #2 - Guard

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 205
  • Seasons: JR

30 Moments of Pride: Derrick Gordon is first person to play in March Madness with 3 teams


Gordon played for Western Kentucky and UMass before coming out and playing for Seton Hall.

Top 5 Big East Tournament Games of the New Era


The Big East Tournament has continued to deliver classic games over the past five years. Here is best from MSG in the new Big East era.

History shows that it’s no time to panic about Seton Hall


The Pirates may be in the midst of a tough stretch, but they are no strangers to this scenario.

Musketeers hold off Pirates, 72-70


Trevon Bluiett’s late basket propels Musketeers to victory.

Recap: Pirates put Blue Hens away, 81-68


Seton Hall stays in the win column.

Let’s analyze the Providence Friars’ conference slate


After they break in a bevy of new faces to start 2016, Ed Cooley and the Friars are done no favors with a tough start to their Big East schedule.

Ismael Sanogo, The Quiet Force


While he may have gotten lost in the shuffle on the touted Pirates team of a year ago, Ismael Sanogo is as integral as they come for this year’s Seton Hall club.

Gordon giving up basketball in favor of new career

There might be more history to make for Derrick Gordon, it just won't happen on the basketball court.

Former Seton Hall guard Derrick Gordon to become a San Francisco firefighter


Following a successful college basketball career at Western Kentucky, UMass, and Seton Hall, Derrick Gordon has decided to forgo playing professionally in favor of a different career path —...

Derrick Gordon didn't get drafted. So what's next?


Derrick Gordon didn't get drafted into the NBA and hasn't gotten any NBA team workout. Now he hopes to impress teams from around the world at a combine next week.

Let's see what Seton Hall is made of


After a surprising run last year, Seton Hall won't take anyone by surprise. This will be the year we can really judge them.

Thank you, Derrick Gordon


Derrick Gordon has made it easier for other athletes, gay or otherwise, to be their true selves and know they can succeed in college basketball.