Tag Archives: Seton Hall

Sacred Heart’s Quincy McKnight Transfers To Seton Hall

Quincy McKnight, Credit Sacred Heart

By Ryan Touhey,

Quincy McKnight has spent his first two years of his college basketball career supporting the letters: S, H, U. As he enters his junior season, he will continue to represent those letters but for a different school. McKnight is transferring from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, to Seton Hall University in Orange, New Jersey.

Kingsley Is King Of The Court Against Hall As Arkansas Moves On

Moses Kingsley; Credit AP

By Ryan Touhey,

Moses Kingsley was a one-man wrecking machine for the No. 8 Arkansas Razorbacks. In their first round game against No. 9 Seton Hall, Kingsley put on a spectacle on both offense and on defense.

Bracket 68 – Week of January 14, 2017

By Nick Puricelli,

Only one switch up for Bracket 68’s number 1 seeds this week, and all 4 played great this past week besides one. We’ll also look at 2 more teams who can get hot into the tournament. With some teams already ready for the tournament, and some teams still trying to put it together before march, all eyes are looking towards madness. 

Five Things That Will Happen Before March Madness

2016 NCAA Men’s Final Four National Championship game at NRG Stadium on April 4, 2016 in Houston, Texas. Credit – Getty Images

By: Ryan Touhey                                                                                   

The most exciting time of the year for college basketball fans is nearly two months away, when 68 Division I teams battle it out for the NCAA National Championship during March Madness. The rocky road to the University of Phoenix Stadium, will surely be one of unforgettable and exhilarating moments, and with conference play currently ongoing, it may be the appropriate time to prepare ourselves for such occasions.

Q&A with Seton Hall Men’s Basketball Coach Kevin Willard

Kevin Willard; Credit – AP

By Ryan Touhey,

1. Me: You’ve been with Seton Hall for a while now. They went to the NCAA tournament for the first time last season under your guidance, how do you see the rest of this year unfolding?

Kevin Willard: Well I think we put ourselves in a good position with the non-conference play. We had some good wins against our non-conference, and we finished against our non-conference at 10-2, and now I think we’ve put ourselves in a good position to start Big East play, and move on from there.