Found December 30, 2012 on BeyondUSports:
Pirates Struggle by SeawolvesWhen I looked at the Seton Hall basketball schedule prior to the season and I saw that the Stony Brook Seawolves were coming to town I was not too concerned.  But as I watched the Pirates take on the Seawolves at the prudential center on Friday night I caught my self worrying about a game that I should not have been worrying about, due to the fact they almost handed Stony Brook what would have been their biggest win in school history. Early on in the game it was clear that Stony Brook had not forgotten about their 63-61 loss to Seton Hall in last years first round of the NIT, when Stony Brook got off to an 18-8 lead early and it seemed as though this was going to be a very long night.  But out of a Seton Hall full time out Brian Oliver had other plans coming off of the bench scoring Seton Hall’s next eight of ten points evening the game at 18.  Brian Oliver took the show over and going into the locker room the pirates lead 38-31 finishing the half...

Seton Hall 60, Stony Brook 59

Brian Oliver came off the bench to score all 20 of his points in the first half and Seton Hall rallied in the game's final 10 minutes to defeat Stony Brook 60-59 Friday night. The win was the sixth in a row for the Pirates (11-2), who were 6-0 in December. The Seawolves (8-4) lost their second straight. Seton Hall led by nine points, 38-29, late in the first half, then saw...
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