Pirates look to bounce back in Providence on Sunday


PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND – Hall of Elders

SETON HALL (6-7, 1-4) against PROVIDENCE (8-7, 3-3)
Dated Time Live Video Live audio Live statistics Twitter
Sun.,
January 16
1:00 p.m.
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THE GAME

Seton Hall will be back in action on Sunday January 16 when he continues the BIG EAST game in Providence. Tipping time is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. ET.

MEDIA

The game will be broadcast live by the BIG EAST digital network and available to FloSports subscribers with Mike Mancuso and Pam Roecker on the call. As usual, the game will also be available on the air at 89.5 FM WSOU and on wsou.net. Rony Jerez and Wilnir Louis will describe the action on the radio. Live statistics will also be available.

WSOU now also airs a “Hall Line” post-game show after its women’s basketball games. Be sure to log in after the final buzzer.

LAST MATCH
Junior Dean curtessia (Monroe, Louisiana) recorded season highs of 13 points and nine rebounds, but the Seton Hall women’s basketball team fell to Creighton, 83-60, on Friday.

Dean had 13 points on 5-for-9 shooting from the floor, nine rebounds and three assists. Graduate student Katie Armstrong (Collegeville, Pennsylvania) was another cracker to achieve double-digit scores. She finished with 10.

Danielle Robinson (Newark, New Jersey) had a season-high eight points in 14 minutes, the longest season.

Seton Hall University logo vs.
Providence College Logo

Seton Hall All-Time vs. The Brothers: HALL sons, 41-30
Meetings 2020-21:

HALL 67, Providence 55 (F) – February 20, 2021 (Walsh Gym)
HALL 77, Providence 71 (F) – January 3, 2021 (Alumni Hall)

LAST YEAR AGAINST PROVIDENCE

Seton Hall swept the 2020-21 season series against Providence, winning 67-55 at Walsh Gym and 77-71 at Alumni Hall.

Desiree Elmore had a double-double and recorded his 1,000th career point as the Pirates upset Providence, 67-55, at Walsh Gym on Feb. 20. Seton Hall trailed just 3:48 in the game, taking control with a 12-2 run that started late in the first quarter. The Pirates’ lead grew to 23 points in the third quarter, and despite a long run from Providence in the fourth, their advantage was never reduced to single digits.

Behind 20 points of the two sophomores mya jackson and Lauren Park Lane, the Pirates rallied from a 12-point deficit to defeat the Friars, 77-71, on Jan. 3. and changed their fate.

PROVIDENCE SCOUTING

The Brothers have just completed an abridged 7-14 2020-21 season. They defeated Butler in the first round of the BIG EAST tournament before their season ended in a quarter-final loss to Marquette.

This year, Providence is expected to finish eighth in the 11-team BIG EAST Conference, according to the preseason coaches’ poll. The Brothers are welcoming eight new faces to the program this season, including two transfers and six freshmen. Andreana Wrister is a transfer graduate from Tennessee State, while Janai Crooms played three seasons in the Big Ten at Ohio State and Michigan State.

Providence is off to an 8-7 start in the 2021-22 campaign, including a 3-3 start for their BIG EAST slate. They are coming off a 56-49 victory over St. John’s on Friday.

FOLLOWING

Seton Hall will be back in action on Wednesday January 19 when he returns to the newly renovated Walsh Gymnasium to host St. John’s. Tipping time is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. The game will be broadcast live by the BIG EAST digital network and available to FloSports subscribers.

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