Found February 23, 2012 on
Rutgers Intercollegiate Athlethics:
After playing three nationally-ranked teams that occupy the top spots in the current BIG EAST standings, Rutgers (12-16, 4-11) takes a 29-mile drive North to meet Garden State rival Seton Hall (19-9, 8-8) on Saturday in a 5 p.m. tip-off at the Prudential Center.
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Kevin Willard and the Seton Hall Pirates upset Georgetown, 73-55, on Tuesday night to improve their record to 19-9 overall and 8-8 in Big East play. That win likely took the Pirates off the bubble watch for the time being, which means Seton Hall fans had a lot to be excited about. The fans were so excited they tried to force their way onto the court after the game, but security wasn’t...
This is the big video of the morning across the Internets because (a.) it happened a few miles from Manhattan and (b.) it’s Seton Hall, also known as bro central. But we’re focusing more on who the guy is that’s getting plowed by security guards after the Knights knocked off #9 Georgetown. That would be a red sweatshirt.
From our fuzzy memory of Seton Hall, can’t remember...
Seton Hall Coach Kevin Willard called his team’s defeat of No. 9 Georgetown “a huge win for us.”
But while The Post headline says the Hoyas were trampled in Newark, the trampling wasn’t done by any happy Seton Hall students. Security officials forcibly prevented students from storming the court after the win, which didn’t look like a whole lot of fun.
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Pitt women's basketball will host its final home of the season and the fifth annual Pink the Petersen on Saturday, Feb. 25 when it entertains Seton Hall. Game time is set for 2 p.m. at the Petersen Events Center. At halftime of the contest, UPMC Cancer Centers will team with the Pitt Dance and Cheer teams to perform and lead the Pink Glove Dance. Pink gloves will be handed out...
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The UCF softball team (5-7) split its first of two doubleheaders scheduled for this weekend on Friday vs. Seton Hall and Jacksonville at the UCF & Courtyard by Marriott Invitational. The Knights scored a come-from-behind victory against the Pirates 3-1 in the first game before dropping a tough game 3-2 to the Dolphins in the last game of the day.
Not every team came out on top after a week packed with bubble significant matchups. Andy Glockner looks at which teams' tourney prospects were helped and which took a hit.
Tennessee remained perfect on the season with a series-opening, 9-2 victory over Seton Hall at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on Friday night.
Tennessee looks to remain unbeaten as it hosts a three-game series against Seton Hall this weekend in Knoxville.