We won’t know the full bracketing and so forth for a few days, but we know who’s going to be playing for the Marquette alumni team.
Most European basketball leagues are now in full swing, so I thought it would be appropriate to update you on how recently graduated Pirates as well as some forgotten names are doing overseas.
From the day that Kevin Willard was hired as head coach of Seton Hall in late March of 2010, he has been compared to Seton Hall's last ex-coach, the much-maligned Bobby Gonzalez.
Part II of the belated Big East preview! (I will add the Blue Ribbon predictions when I get home). The table below has predictions on the order of finish for Big East teams, including: Mine from...
The Seton Hall Pirates ended their 2009-2010 campaign in embarrassing fashion. A 87-69 beating by the Texas Tech Red Raiders bounced the Pirates out of the first round of the NIT.
Final: Round 2 BET: Notre Dame 68, Seton Hall 56. Seton Hall's NCAA Tournament chances will end up just out of reach following their second round BIG EAST Tournament exit.
Seton Hall Basketball: #10 Seton Hall defeats #15 Providence in the first round of the Big East Tournament by a score of 109-106. Seton Hall blew a second half 29 point lead, yet survived a...
#10 Seton Hall Pirates v. #15 Providence Friars, the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament as the Pirates need two more victories to likely secure an NCAA Tournament berth.