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
Don’t look now but the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have won three Big Ten Conference basketball games in a row for the first time in school history. They are currently 4-6 in league play, good for 7th place. So, RU beginning to believe that RU has finally turned the corner in hoops? Feature Photo: On The... Read More
What a month of December it has been for Kevin Willard and his Seton Hall Pirates. A huge upset victory of #9 Kentucky at Madison Square Garden, winning the Garden State Hardwood Classic clash with in-state rival Rutgers, and now a big road win against a powerful Big Ten Maryland team. Pirates fans have a... Read More
In this week’s edition of the RU Review, Steve Tichenor and John McAleavey are joined by Steve Politi of New Jersey Advance Media. Can the Scarlet Knights reclaim their season following back to back embarrassing losses? Is Chris Ash getting the most out of his players, and who gives the team a better chance of... Read More
Kevin Willard would love to erase from his mind the tough loss his Seton Hall Pirates suffered to Rutgers in the Garden State Hardwood Classic this past Saturday. His team had a lot going for it coming in…they were ranked #15 in the country, getting stellar play from their senior starters, and were a top... Read More
When Steve Pikiell took over as head coach at Stony Brook in 2005, the program had only been playing division 1 basketball for six years. To say that they were bad would be an understatement. In fact, in those six years, the Seawolves went 64-108 and never finished better than seventh in America East Conference… Read More
Photo: Printable Team Schedules March Madness is here! On this week’s podcast, Matt and John discuss the NCAA Tournament as we have reached the Sweet 16, what happened to Seton Hall, and did you know St. Peters is New Jersey’s last basketball program still playing?