State rivals Rutgers and Seton Hall, former longtime conference foes, will renew their men's basketball rivalry with a game at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Dec. 12.
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- Seton Hall, Rutgers agree to renew rivalry in '21
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- Sandro Mamukelashvili of Seton Hall has won the Haggerty Award, presented annually since 1936 to the New York metropolitan area's Division I men's college player of the year.
Seton Hall has picked up grad transfer Alexis Yetna, who spent the last four years with the South Florida Bulls.
Former American University guard Jamir Harris is returning to his native New Jersey and joining Seton Hall as a graduate transfer.
— Jamorko Pickett scored 19 points, Chudier Bile made big plays on both ends down the stretch and Georgetown reached its first Big East championship game in 11 years with a 66-58 victory over Seton Hall on Friday night.
— Jared Rhoden hit six free throws in overtime to finish with 19 points and a career-high 16 rebounds, and Seton Hall got past St. John's 77-69 in the Big East tournament quarterfinals Thursday to snap an untimely four-game skid.
The award for Big East's player of the year finished in a three-way tie for the first time: Seton Hall's Sandro Mamukelashvili and Villanova's Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Collin Gillespie.
Dickie V identified his most scintillating, sensational performers of 2020-21, also naming his ultimate PTPer for 2020-21.
— Julian Champagnie had 22 points as St. John's topped Seton Hall 81-71 on Saturday night.
— Isaiah Whaley had 17 points and 10 rebounds as UConn defeated Seton Hall 69-58 on Wednesday night.
Kansas' win over Baylor not only means the Jayhawks move up, but also lifts Michigan to the No. 2 spot, just below undefeated Gonzaga.
After identifying every league's player of the year candidates, it's time to size up the game's best 2020-21 coaching performances.
— Bryce Nze had 11 points and 13 rebounds to carry Butler to a 61-52 win over Seton Hall on Wednesday night.
Fans will be allowed to attend sports and entertainment events at New Jersey's largest facilities in limited numbers starting next week, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday.
— Jamorko Pickett had a season-high 20 points as Georgetown topped Seton Hall 81-75 on Saturday.
We're coming down the stretch in college basketball, and these are the players who have stood out in each league.
— Sandro Mamukelashvili had 25 points and 11 rebounds as Seton Hall topped DePaul 60-52 on Wednesday night.
— Jared Rhoden had 20 points as Seton Hall topped Marquette 57-51 on Sunday.
— Sandro Mamukelashvili scored 22 points and hit a series of clutch baskets in the second half as Seton Hall held off UConn 80-73 on Saturday, earning its first win at Gampel Pavilion since 1997.
— Sandro Mamukelashvili had 20 points as Seton Hall defeated Providence 60-43 on Wednesday night.
— Jeremiah Robinson-Earl scored 23 points in 21 minutes and No. 3 Villanova rolled to ninth straight victory with an unexpectedly easy 80-72 decision over Seton Hall on Saturday.
— Mitch Ballock hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 41 seconds to play to cap a season-high 29-point performance and No. 17 Creighton overcame a 16-point second-half deficit to beat Seton Hall 85-81 on Wednesday night.
— Cole Swider hit the winning free throw in the final seconds and Collin Gillespie scored 22 points to help No. 3 Villanova win its first game in 27 days, 76-74 over Seton Hall on Tuesday night.