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Seton Hall Pirates Basketball Tickets

Seton Hall Pirates Basketball tickets

Seton Hall Pirates Basketball Schedule in 2014-15

The Seton Hall Pirates are ready to take what is theirs on the basketball court this season as they face off with some of the toughest opponents in the NCAA basketball world. The Pirates have some serious talent on the roster this season, and the team is looking to make some major waves in their conference and on a national level. The Pirates play in the Big East, one of the top conferences in college basketball, and it is home to some of the top teams in the nation on a regular basis. The Pirates were able to post a.500 record in 2013-14, but they struggled in Big East play, winning just six of their 18 matchups with conference foes. The Pirates know that they're going to have to play a lot better against their Big East opponents this season, especially at home. The home crowd will look to give the Pirates a big boost this season when they take on some of their toughest opponents at the Prudential Center.

Seton Hall will certainly look to elevate their level of play when the Villanova Wildcats come to town this season. The Wildcats are coming off a 2013-14 campaign in which they were able to win 29 games and only lost two Big East matchups. The Pirates would love to show that they're a much-improved squad this season by taking down this conference powerhouse in front of their home fans, and you can be there to see them try to make it happen.

The Pirates will have another tough game on their hands this season when the Georgetown Hoyas take to the court at the Prudential Center. The Hoyas are coming off a bit of a down year in 2013-14, but they're often one of the best teams in the conference and will be looking to rebound this year. The Hoyas have a storied hoops program that has seen some of the best college players ever come through the ranks, and the Pirates would like nothing more than to send them home with a loss. Check out the rest of the schedule to see other matchups facing the Pirates this season.

Seton Hall Pirates Basketball History

The Seton Hall Pirates have been playing college hoops sine 1903, giving them a long history, but the team did not experience any major success until the 1980s. The Pirates are no strangers to postseason play, and have one of the most storied postseason traditions of any major program. Before P.J. Carlesimo took over the Seton Hall Men's Basketball program in 1982, the Pirates had only had a few NIT Tournament appearances in the school's history. Though he inherited a struggling team, Coach Carlesimo, began to turn around the culture of Seton Hall into one of the finest runs in recent memory. By 1988, the Pirates made the NCAA Tournament, and the following year, the Pirates played in one of the most memorable championship games of all-time. At the Kingdome in Seattle, two incredibly entertaining and talented teams matched up for the title – P.J. Carlesimo's Seton Hall Pirates and Steve Fishers's Michigan Wolverines. The Wolverines would end up winning by one point in overtime, but the Seton Hall Pirates had erased years of disappointment and obscurity to become one of the hottest programs in the country. Overall, the Pirates have made the tournament seven times since this historic game, though the 1989 Tournament run is still the moment that this team is trying to replicate as they hope to shoot their way to another title bout. Great players like Bob Davies, Richie Regan, Walter Dukes and Frank Saul represents just a sliver of the unbelievable players who have dominated for the Seton Hall. You never know who is going to burst onto the scene next with a banner day, providing plenty of incentive to head out to the stands and see if the Seton Hall Pirates have what it takes to make a big move up the conference standings.

Fan Experience

Sure, we know that you can follow the action from home, or just catch the highlights on your smart phone, but the real fans head out to the Prudential Center to see the Seton Hall Pirates and get right into the thick of the rim-rocking excitement. There's nothing like being in the stands when the game is on the line, so ditch the couch, step away from the smart phone and get ready to see the Pirates from a completely different level. The Pirates are definitely not going to go quietly into the night in the Big East, no matter who stands in their way, giving you plenty of reasons to keep an eye on the schedule to make sure that you don't miss a shot of the action.

Seton Hall Pirates Basketball Trivia

When was the last time that the Seton Hall Pirates made it to the NCAA Tournament?

The answer is 2006, and the team is looking to return to the Big Dance as soon as this season. Make sure to get out to see them in person this season to see if the Pirates have what it takes.

Seton Hall Pirates Basketball Fans

The Prudential Center in South Orange, New Jersey is a great place to watch a basketball game, and enthusiastic Seton Hall Pirates students will be making their way into the stands in large numbers this year. When the Pirates are in the middle of an epic battle that has all the makings of a classic, you'll understand loud and clear what has local fans so excited, as this is a program that is always in the middle of one intense game or another as they look to shoot their way to another unbelievable season. When the game is on the line and the Pirates are looking to make one more big bucket to seal the deal, you'll see that there is nothing quite like college basketball played at the highest possible level. Join some of the best fans in basketball in the arena this season to see the Pirates in their biggest matchups.

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