Both Rutgers and Seton Hall men’s basketball teams are back on their respective Jersey Hardwoods Wednesday evening. The Scarlet Knights, who are trying to go 18-0 at The Rac, face the Michigan Wolverines, while the Pirates look to break their two-game losing streak when they take on the 21st ranked Butler Bulldogs at the Rock.... Read More
February 8th, 2020, this was the date that I had marked on my calendar for this Seton Hall squad. Despite having a challenging out of conference schedule, on the road at Villanova was to me, going to be their biggest test. It had been 26 years (1994) since the Pirates last won on the road... Read More
We have a full house for this week’s Jersey Hardwood Podcast. John, Matt, and Steve discuss Rutgers’ close but no cigar losses to both Michigan and Maryland (dropping them from the AP top 25), as well as the Pirates 10 game win streak coming to an and at the hands of Xavier. Both teams have... Read More
On this week’s edition of Jersey Hardwood, John and Steve discuss how Rutgers continues to be one of the truly amazing stories in all of college basketball, plus frequent contributor, and Seton Hall University senior, Kevin Astorino drops by to share his thoughts on his streaking Pirates. Photo: onthebanks.com
Is it possible that we’ll have the National Coach of the Year and Player of the Year coming from the same team? The answer to that question in my opinion is yes. Kevin Willard and star guard Myles Powell have Seton Hall at 14-4, and atop the Big East Conference standings at 6-0. I may... Read More
After what many Pirates fans thought would be a lost season following the Rutgers drubbing and injuries to Myles Powell and Sandro Mamukelashvili, Seton Hall has begun to play like the team chosen tops in the Big East preseason voting. Since the abysmal loss at Rutgers, The Hall has won 5 in a row. They... Read More
It has been a rough few weeks to say the least for Kevin Willard and his Seton Hall Pirates squad. What looked to be a promising season, has quickly taken a downturn as they have dropped their last two games (Iowa State and Rutgers). Wins against Wagner and Sacred Heart got them off to a... Read More
Bryan Felt, the Director of Athletics & Recreation at Seton Hall University, is our guest for this week’s podcast. So what’s the vibe like in his office and around campus now that Myles Powell and his teammates are about to open their much anticipated season? Bryan answers that question, and many more.