2014-2015 Seton Hall Pirates Men's Basketball Schedule
When the game is on the line and the Seton Hall Pirates
are in the middle of a nail-biter, you'll see that this is college basketball at its finest. Though the Big East has shifted
course a little bit recently, it still boasts some of the very best programs in the entire nation, and the Pirates have plenty
of talented players on their roster from season to season. With a schedule bursting with some of the best matchups in the
Big East this season, Pirates' fans will be treated to plenty of top-tier basketball, with games against powerhouses like
Georgetown, Marquette, Providence and many more, giving fans lots of options when it comes to seeing top-tier college hoops.
is nothing like college basketball played at the highest level, and that's exactly what you're going to get as the Seton Hall
Pirates look to shoot their way up the standings in the Big East. When the Pirates are trading baskets with a top-tier opponent,
with the crowd's buzz steadily rising, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else, as there is nothing quite like
being there for all of the crucial moments of a highly anticipated matchup. The Pirates have another schedule loaded with
matchups that you won't want to miss out on, and you can count on the Prudential Center to be packed with passion and energy
for all the games coming down the home stretch.
But don't make the mistake of thinking that it's only about the home
games if you're a Pirates fan, as this is a team that is known to play in front of some great fans who head out on the road
to show their support. You'll definitely end up seeing plenty of Pirates' blue and white in the stands wherever the team travels
this season, and you'll end up watching your favorite team from a completely different perspective if you see them on the
road. With serious slate of great rivalries, the Pirates are sure to give their fans some big-time thrills thanks to their
talent level and the stiff competition, providing another memorable season that you won't want to miss out on.
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.
basketball, the Big East Conference houses some of the most powerful and most successful programs in the sports history. One
of the most storied programs of them all is Seton Hall University, a prominent program that has been bringing the stars of
today and tomorrow to campus for a long time at this point. 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.
Seton Hall 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.
Hall legend was a member of the 1989 national Runner Up, an NBA team and played in the Olympics?
Seton Hall legend Ramón
Ramos was an integral part of the 1989 Pirate team, which goes down as one of the greatest teams in school history. After
leaving Seton Hall, Ramos played for Puerto Rico in the Summer Games in Seoul, South Korea. Though he was undrafted, he was
signed by the Portland Trail Blazers in 1989, though his NBA career was cut short tragically when he was critically injured
in a car accident following a Blazers game.
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.